Vegetables should be the basis of our diet, but most of us aren’t very fond of them.
Why is that?
Unlike fruit, veggies are not naturally sweet, they need to be prepared in particular ways, and some of us have bad childhood experiences with certain veggies.
The Australian Dietary Guidelines recommend eating 5 portions of vegetables per day. One portion is about 75 grams worth of vegetables, for example one carrot, cucumber, or tomato, or one glass of celery juice.
For those of you who struggle to get their five servings of veggies, we have good news.
How about eating your vegetables in dessert?
Yes, you read that right! It is certainly possible to eat veggies as a dessert.
To show you how we’ve created five recipes for desserts that use vegetables.
In many of them, you won’t even notice the taste of the veggies, and at the same time, you’ll be giving your body even more vitamins and minerals.
Try all five of them and let yourself be surprised!
What do you get in this ebook?
- 5 recipes for healthy vegetable-based desserts that you can prepare quickly and without much skill at home
- A great alternative to sweets from the supermarket, most of which have a composition that leaves much to be desired
- Ideas to secretly add more vegetables to your family’s diet.