Earth Day: The Perfect Day to Eat Green Veggies

Article posted in: Diet & Nutrition
a bowl of spinach and a bowl of kale

Go green this Earth Day with delicious and nutritious green veggies! If you think that you’re not a fan of vegetables, Nutrisystem is here change your mind with some healthy yet tasty recipes that feature green veggies. Check them out below:

1. Simple Spring Green Pasta Salad Recipe >

Earth Day recipes that feature seasonal ingredients just makes sense. Enjoy in-season asparagus, green peas and watercress with this easy green pasta salad recipe that’s perfect for spring. Click here for the full recipe! >

2. Baked Hot Spinach and Artichoke Dip >

Baked Hot Spinach and Artichoke Dip

Have an Earth Day celebration with your favorite dip made healthy! This creamy, dreamy appetizer is packed with flavor and fiber. Plus, did you know that artichokes are in season? It’s a win-win. Click here for the full recipe! >

3. Green Goddess Salad >

green goddess salad

Shredded Brussels sprouts are the star of the show in this green salad that features kale, edamame, quinoa, almonds and parmesan cheese. A Dijon dressing makes it a mouthwatering dish that is sure to be a new favorite. Click here for the full recipe! >

4. Spinach Banana Pancakes >

Spinach Banana Pancakes

Go green with a beautiful breakfast! These green pancakes are the perfect way to start your Earth Day. Click here for the full recipe! >

5. Asparagus Caprese Salad >

caprese salad

Green asparagus transforms an ordinary Caprese salad into the ultimate spring salad. Plus, it’s ready to enjoy in minutes and pairs perfectly with your grilled faves. Click here for the full recipe! >

6. Roasted Bok Choy >

Roasted Bok Choy with almonds

Bok choy is underrated on the list of green veggies. Once you try it roasted with crunchy almonds and a tasty sauce, you’ll be buying it every week. Click here for the full recipe! >

7. Roasted Turnip Salad >

colorful healthy recipes

Fresh spinach and arugula are the base of this superfood salad that’s great for spring. If you’re never had turnips before, they are similar to potatoes with a spicy edge that makes them more flavorful. Click here for the full recipe! >