Use it as an alternative spread for butter or margarine on sandwiches. A great source of healthy fats.
Throw a few handfuls into a fruit smoothie—they won’t even taste it! You can also blend spinach into a pesto sauce or various pasta sauces.
Mash together a combination of yellow and sweet potatoes in your next Shepherd’s pie.
Cauliflower picks up the flavor and blends in inconspicuously with pasta sauces. Cauliflower can also be used with foods like potatoes. Make mashed potatoes with it and you won’t notice the consistency or flavor change.
Carrots are naturally sweet so they hide perfectly inside of cookies and muffins while sneaking in extra potassium, fiber, and antioxidants.
The great thing about pureeing foods is that they’re able to hide fairly unnoticeably in jarred goods—such as salsa or spaghetti sauce.
The texture of a rounded piece of eggplant can be mistaken—in taste and texture—for a rounded piece of pepperoni, especially if hungry kiddies are scarfing down a few slices of pizza! Consider making pizza on large and thicker slices of eggplants.
Do you make a mean meatball? How about grinding some mushrooms into your meat mix to increase the vitamins A and potassium.