We’re all encouraged to eat the recommended 3 to 5 servings of vegetables each day. However, if you’re only eating your vegetables for lunch, snacks, and dinner, you may find it difficult to honor the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Health and Human Services’ guidelines.
We all understand that a diet rich in vegetables is good for us, so try adding seasonal veggies to breakfast meals—like omelets, muffins, sandwiches, and even pancakes—in these eight innovative, vitamin-induced ways…
1. Breakfast Wrap
Kick start your morning by wrapping up a burst of vitamins and nutrients in your breakfast meal! Take a small whole grain tortilla or wrap and fill it with the protein and heart-healthy fats of scrambled eggs and smooth avocado, and top with sliced tomato, shredded greens, and colorful pepper strips!