6 Delicious Ways to Eat a Little Healthier (You Won't Even Notice!)

Making veggies a big part of your daily diet is a must because they're low in calories, high in fiber, and contain so many beneficial nutrients. But even if you don't grab a green juice every morning or pile on the greens at night, there are ways to make your day a little bit healthier, without even realizing it. Here are six delicious recipes for sneaking veggies into your diet.

Chocolate Zuccini Bread

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The secret ingredient in this vegan brownie bread? Shredded zucchini, which helps bulk up your dessert's fiber power. If you're not into zucchini bread, try adding spinach to your next batch of vegan brownies.

Broccoli Slaw Pasta

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This broccoli slaw "pasta" helps quiet carb cravings, and the classic Italian flavors mask the fact that you're actually eating a huge bowl of veggies.

Carrot-Ginger Dressing

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This carrot-ginger dressing isn't just for salads; it makes a great marinade or sauce for meat as well. So even if your dinner doesn't include a plate of greens, keep this dressing on hand as a great way to sneak some carrots that are rich in vitamin A into your diet.

Vegan Mango-Pineapple Ice Cream

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Don't let the bright green color of this banana, mango, and pineapple "ice cream" put you off; this vegan treat is a creamy way to satiate frozen cravings. Spinach gives the ice cream its fun hue, but you won't be able to taste the veggie.

Turkey Sausage Egg Muffins

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These turkey sausage egg muffins are your best deal when it comes to the morning rush. Chock-full of protein as well as fiber-rich broccoli, it's kind of like eating a healthier, tastier, and more portable version of an Egg McMuffin sandwich.

Banana Smoothie Muffins

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Spinach is an ideal vegetable to add to almost anything, since its mild taste won't overpower the flavors you want. These banana smoothie brownies are the perfect example of when baking with spinach just works.