10 Ways to Eat More Vegetables for Dinner

updated May 1, 2019
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Squeezing more vegetables into a day’s worth of eating is a constant goal if you, like me, are trying to eat a wholesome, well-balanced diet. Sure, a big salad at lunch can move things along, but dinner is a golden opportunity to bring more veggies into your diet. These 10 recipes are feel-good meals that are filled to the brim with vegetables you want to eat.

The easiest way to eat more vegetables for dinner just may be to pan-fry them. These crispy fritters are infinity adaptable and will please pretty much anyone at the table.

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The secret to meatless tacos that taste satisfying is to marinate the vegetables like meat, which ensures they’ve got plenty of flavor even before they get roasted.

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Lasagna in any form is a dinner success, and this one — with its layers of mixed vegetables, marinara sauce, ricotta, and mozzarella — is sure to become a new favorite.

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Salads are a simple way to bring more vegetables to your plate for dinner, but many fall flat on heartiness or flavor. This one, dotted with bacon and croutons and topped with a soft-boiled egg, hardly does.

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Forgo takeout and make this twist on the Chinese favorite at home instead. That way you can ensure you’re packing it with vegetables and protein-rich tofu.

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Using a cheese sauce that’s made with puréed cauliflower is one quick way to up your vegetable intake without hardly noticing you’re doing so.

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If you love grilled cheese (who doesn’t?), then you’ll love these veggie melts filled with asparagus, mushrooms, kale, and bell peppers.

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Baked sweet potatoes add serious color to your dinner table, and these — filled with sautéed kale and creamy white beans — are made into a full meal.

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Swap out pasta for zucchini noodles for a fun twist on spaghetti and meatballs that we guarantee is equally as satisfying.

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Even omnivores can appreciate this meatless burger since it’s stuffed with enough smoked Gouda to give it a hefty, meaty taste.