Are you and the kids not getting your daily servings of veggies? We found super-healthy produce snacks and unusual new vegetables that'll have the whole family asking for seconds.
By Regina Ragone
The 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommend you consume a variety of beans, peas, and dark green, red, and orange vegetables. Ideas:
—Stash a few bags of 365 Everyday Value Organic Leafy Greens Blend in your freezer to saute with garlic and onions for a side to serve with chicken, fish, or beef.
—Stock your fridge with some of Melissa's Peeled Baby Red Beets. These are not your mom's tasteless canned beets—they're steamed and vacuum-sealed right after picking to preserve their fresh, naturally sweet flavor. Slice them onto greens with crumbled cheese and toasted walnuts for a delicious salad.
—Toss a pack of Melissa's Six Bean Medley with vinaigrette, or try our Indian-Spiced Cauliflower, Potato, and Chickpeas recipe.