Let’s face it: chewing is overrated. And if you’re a texture person like I am, many veggies give you the heebie-jeebies. But veggies clean out your gut and pores, so we have to find a way to get them into our diets. The solution? Use your blender or food processor to break down those texture-heavy veggies.

Adding an ingredient to cut the bite is a great trick for veggie-haters. The recipes below use fruit, vinegar, and almonds to give balance and lighten up the dark leafy greens, tomatoes, and broccoli.

These are three of my all-time favorite no-chew, veggie-heavy recipes that I make on a regular basis:


 

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With these three no-chew veggie recipes, you should be able to get healthy greens in your diet most days of the week.

Which one are you going to try first? Do you have any ideas of your own great ways to sneak veggies into your diet?

Share them in the comments below!


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Alissa
Clean Eating for Clear Skin team


 

Photo and adapted recipe credit: Kimberly Snyder, One Hundred Eggs, Shugary Sweets

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