If you want to make roasted broccoli and sweet potatoes that are tender, caramelized and perfectly cooked every time, use this easy sheet pan recipe.
If you’re feeling pressed for time and you need to come up with a satisfying family dinner in a hurry, then this recipe for making an easy sheet pan roasted broccoli and zucchini meal is exactly the thing you’re looking for. It’s super simple to make and it’s loaded with goodies for your health. Broccoli and zucchini are both well known superfoods that are packed full of essential vitamins, minerals, and disease-fighting antioxidants. These two healthy green veggies have never tasted better than they do in this recipe.
There was a period in my life where it felt like every single meal that I made for dinner was some kind of lean protein source paired with either mashed potatoes or rice. Once I switched over to following the paleo diet, I unfortunately had to give up the potatoes and rice for obvious reasons. The good news is that it was only temporary though, and it’s all thanks to recipes like this one for making easy 4-ingredient garlic roasted broccoli rice. All you have to do is blend your broccoli florets until they have the same texture as rice before you pair them with a tasty mixture of ingredients like garlic, parsley, and lemon juice. I never thought I would say this but broccoli rice might actually be even better than regular rice. Try this recipe out to see for yourself.
Much to the delight of my parents, broccoli and cheese were among my favorite foods growing up. That is, because I used to dip my broccoli in cheese, otherwise I wouldn’t eat it. For my parents, that was a small compromise to make considering I was willingly reaching for some greens—not an easy feat apparently. Now that I have my own kids, I’m quickly discovering how a little bit of creativity goes a long way. In this case, some cheese dipping sauce goes a long way. These easy roasted broccoli tots are a hit with the little ones, so much that I make them a few times a week without any complaints. The best part is I use a dairy-free dipping sauce made from soaked raw cashews, almond milk, lemon juice, apple cider vinegar, onion powder, garlic powder, and nutritional yeast.
It’s amazing to me sometimes how often the paleo diet can overlap with other popular types of diets. Many paleo recipes are equally viable for anyone following a keto diet, or even a vegan style diet. Today I’ll be sharing a recipe that will delight paleo and vegan dieters alike. It’s for an addictive roasted broccoli and mushrooms meal with onion wedges on the side and of course, a wide spectrum of nutrients. You have your vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, not to mention some heart-healthy monounsaturated fats as well thanks to the olive oil.
Sometimes in life, it’s the simplest things that really are the best things. Today’s recipe is a classic example of that. It will show you how to make literally the best 4-ingredient roasted broccoli with lemon that you’ll ever try. Simply toss your broccoli florets in a mixture of shallots, garlic, and olive oil before roasting them in the oven for about 25 minutes or so. After that, drizzle them with a bit of freshly squeezed lemon juice and you’ll be all set to enjoy an immensely satisfying and healthy meal.
There aren’t very many things that a bit of garlic can’t fix. I add garlic to just about everything that I cook and it always ends up turning out for the better. A great example of that is this life-changing garlic roasted broccoli and carrots recipe. Ready in only 30 minutes, this is one incredibly nourishing paleo meal that is jam packed full of fantastic benefits for your health. This dish contains essential nutrients, disease-fighting compounds, and even a little bit of a spicy kick thanks to the red pepper flakes. And on top of all of that, with every bite, you’ll be getting that potent flavor of garlic that just gets better as you roast it. Trust me when I say you’re going to want to bookmark this one.