Greens are good for you, OK? They are full of vitamins and minerals that make your body happy. Dark, leafy vegetables like kale, chard, and collard greens pack a punch, but picky eaters may not always rejoice at their site on the dinner plate. Luckily, the wonderful world of food blogs has armed savvy cooks with countless ways to prepare even the most exotic greens. The following recipes tackle the likes of arugula, bok choy, and amaranth with creativity and flair, making it easy to get your green on.
- Grilled Apricot Kale Salad (The Dabblist)
- Spanikopita (Full and Content)
- Baked Kale Chips (Cheeseslave)
- Arugula Cream Cheese Tea Sandwiches (Rabbit Food Rocks)
- Creamy Swiss Chard & Eggs (Live Simply)
- Spinach Feta Quiche | Foise Gras Hot Dog
- Braised Collard Greens (Gourmet Veggie Mama)
- Saag Paneer (My Well Fed Life)
- Green Superfood Soup (Good Food Eating)
- Bok Choy and Shitake Stir Fry (My New Roots)
- Healthy Kale, Carrot and Daikon Radish Coleslaw (Lucky Rabbit Recipes)
- Raw Kale Shitake Mushroom Salad (Urban Naturale)
- Sweet and Sour Kale Salad (Hollywood Homestead)
- Kale and White Bean Soup (We Got Real)
- Tesla’s Coil of Potatoes and Greens (Kitchen Overlord)
- Stuffed Squash (The Hill Country Cook)
- Sesame Rainbow Swiss Chard Cakes (Local Savour)
- Twice Baked Potatoes with Spinach and Artichoke (From Maggies Farm)
- Autumn Sweet Potato Bake with Kale (Lizz Delicious)
- Potato & Kale Tacos (Aneelee)
- Pasta with Greens and Ricotta (Bake Me Away)
- Crispy Kale & Chickpea Salad (Food Fetish)
- Swiss Chard Dumplings (Coseppi Kitchen)
- Amaranth Greens with Broiled Tomatoes and Queso Fresco Mashed Potatoes (CSA for Three)
- Hot Spinach and Kale Dip (MJ and Hungryman)
Check out some of my favorite recipes for greens here on Mary Makes Dinner!
Collect these recipes for later using my Eat Your Green Pinterest Board!
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