Discover Cooking Green Goodness

Hello and welcome to Cooking Green Goodness where there are lots of greens, and it’s all good!

In my opinion, all green vegetables, herbs, and fruits are delicious – or can be cooked delicious.  Arugula, asparagus, broccoli, callaloo, spinach, swiss chard and zucchini are among my favourite foods. They’re also great to cook with! This section of my blog is dedicated to showing you how to make everyday meals greener. You will see tasty recipes and discover flavourful combinations you might not have thought possible, and learn about the benefits of a health conscious diet, inclusive of leafy greens and green foods. At the very least, you might decide to try something new and challenge yourself to continue Cooking Green Goodness.

A Typical Day’s Exciting Meal Plan

Want to see what a typical day’s meal plan, rich with greens looks like? Here are just a few of the endless and amazing options starting with a healthy and energizing breakfast smoothie.

Spinach Orange Mango Smoothie

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If you love fruits and vegetables – juice them! Not crazy about eating fruits and vegetables? Juice them! Here’s what a typical day’s green meal plan could look like, starting with a delectable and energizing breakfast smoothie inclusive of leafy green Spinach. With natural juices, you can create endless flavours using all the beautiful raw green vegetables and fruits at your fingertips. This breakfast smoothie contains leafy green spinach, orange, mango, almond milk and a bit of oatmeal to help kick start your day. Click HERE to get the full recipe.

Baked Sweet Potato, Shrimp and Avocado Toasts

Optimally ripe avocados are typically known for their silky, creamy texture and rich flavors that could be described as “nutty” or “nut-like.” For a lunch or snack option, try making these delicious, easy to prepare toasts with avocado, sweet potato and shrimp.

Stuffed Baked Sweet Potato with Broccoli, Swiss Chard And Spicy Chickpea Hummus

Here’s a sweet dinner option that’s meat free and delicious! This meal is great for plant-based foodies, is packed with cooked green vegetables like broccoli and swiss chard, and topped off with spicy chickpea hummus! Click HERE to get the full recipe.

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Arugula and Pesto Pizza

What I love about Arugula – other than saying ah-ROO-ga-la – is the taste! Tangy, peppery, and mustard-like is often the description. It’s also delicious on pizza! Try using a kale and walnut pesto as an alternative to tomato sauce. Click HERE to get the full recipe.

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Moist, Dense, Chocolatey Brownie Bites With A Secret

And there’s more, even DESSERT! Let’s get creative and discover a variety of green foods and cooking methods, like using spinach as a secret ingredient in some incredibly moist, dense chocolate brownies for example. Believe me, you’ll forget you’re eating something healthy!

@earthacooks.com enjoy spinach brownies

Green Foods from A – Z:  The Countdown

Inspired? Click HERE to see what’s green and good; my ongoing list of tasty recipes and the mission to cook all green foods from A – Z, delicious.

Keep in Touch!

You can also find me on:

Twitter; tweeting about all things food and new discoveries.

Instagram; see beautiful imagery of cooking behind the scenes, mini recipes and more.

Facebook Page; Cooking Green Goodness is the page sharing all things green and how to cook them delicious.

Pinterest; see a growing number of boards as I post new blogs, adventures as a foodie and a board also dedicated to all things green food.

2 thoughts on “Discover Cooking Green Goodness

  1. I have followed your stuffed sweet potato recipe and the spinach orange and mango smoothie and both were more than tasty…they were like having a party in my mouth with all my taste buds dancing….the look smell and taste, amazing! I can’t wait to try more of your easy to follow recipes. Thanks again for posting and continuing to inspire

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