Meatless Monday: 7 Ways to Get Your Green on for St. Patrick’s Day

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Here are seven ideas to help you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with an extra green twist! Each and every plate is supposed to have a rainbow of colors, this is true, but there can be a little extra green on St. Patrick’s day, don’t you think so too?

Green vegetables like broccoli, Brussels sprouts and edamame contain phytochemicals that help fight cancer to keep you going strong day after day. Vegetables like spinach and broccoli also are considered good sources of calcium, iron, and vitamin C so you can make up for not drinking that extra glass of milk or eating that orange by putting a little extra green into your system’s typical mix!

Broccoli Rabe Pasta with Parsley Pesto, The New Baguette

7 Ways to Get Your Green on for St. Patrick’s Day

Hemp Heart Basil Pesto, Simple Medicine

7 Ways to Get Your Green on for St. Patrick’s Day

Braised Cabbage and Johnny Cakes, Center of Wellness for Urban Women

7 Ways to Get Your Green on for St. Patrick’s Day

Speedy Pea and Broccoli Soup, Veggie Inspired Journey

7 Ways to Get Your Green on for St. Patrick’s Day

Shaved Asparagus Salad, Habits of a Modern Hippie

7 Ways to Get Your Green on for St. Patrick’s Day

Chopped Brussels Sprouts with Quinoa Salad, Wholesome and Savory Eats

7 Ways to Get Your Green on for St. Patrick’s Day

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