Bake It. Anytime you’re considering frying … chances are you can bake it instead! Enjoy our kid-friendly Crazy Curly Broccoli Bake as a great side to any dish.
About the Stalks. Yes, they’re nutritious too! Cube broccoli stalks and add to your favorite soup or casserole for a boost of nutrition.
Perfect in Pasta. Blanche broccoli florets and add to your favorite whole wheat pasta salad before chilling, or toss with a little olive oil and add to hot pasta for a delicious and filling dish.
Stir-Fry. Broccoli is a great addition to any stir-fry; it adds nutrition, flavor and texture.
Recipe: Broccoli Red Pepper Stir Fry.
Steam It. Steaming locks in nutrition and color so your plate looks as good as
it is good for you.
Surprise the Kids. The easiest way to get your kids to eat broccoli is to add it to a dish they already like. Just mix it, blend it, toss it and cover it up! If your kids already like broccoli … add a little more!
Grate in Slaw! Literally … grate it … just like you would cabbage. Grate broccoli stalks and use them instead of [or in addition to] cabbage in your favorite cole slaw recipe.
Right Out of the Bag. Raw broccoli is great for snacking, dipping or munching when you’re bored. It also adds a little crunch to green or fruit salads. So toss some on!
Recipe: Broccoli Mandarin Orange Salad.
Soups. Make your soups mean something! Adding lots of broccoli and other vegetables to almost any soup adds nutrition, flavor and texture, resulting in a very satisfying dish.
Recipe: Aromatic Roasted Cauliflower Soup
Broccoli & Eggs. Add some color and nutrition to your breakfast or brunch! Toss some broccoli into a frittata or quiche, or fold a handful into your omelette.
See Nutrition Information for Broccoli