Remember when you were a kid and protested every time you saw broccoli on your plate? Now you’re older, wiser, and have experienced just how good the green flower-looking veggie can be. If you have some broccoli that you’re looking to cook up in a new way, be it to enjoy the taste of broccoli itself or to disguise it in a dish to convince a person who would normally turn their nose up to the vegetable, one of these frozen broccoli recipes should do the trick.
When you make up these cheesy quinoa and broccoli patties, you’ll get a meal packed with protein, fiber, calcium, iron, and magnesium. Oh yeah, and flavor. It’s delicious and full of healthy benefits‒you can’t go wrong with that combination.
Cheese is a common partner for broccoli, and there’s no better vessel for cheesy goodness than a pizza. Choose broccoli as your topping for your pie when cooking up this recipe for a result you won’t regret.
Prefer your broccoli to go down a little easier? Enjoy a steamy bowl of cream of broccoli soup that you can enjoy one spoonful at a time until your bowl needs refilling‒it won’t take long.
Not only is broccoli good on its own, but it’s also a great accent flavor to go along with dippable goodies like chips or crackers. This hot broccoli cheese dip will keep you scooping until you’re out of snacks and just start dunking your fingers in.
You don’t need to do too much to make broccoli delicious. A quick and easy recipe to roast the veggie turns it into a delectable snack.
Broccoli is the ultimate stuffer for just about anything you can cook up. Make yourself a baked potato that is accompanied with a bit of broccoli as this recipe suggests and you’ll see why.
If you’re looking for a dish you can make that will serve plenty of people and satisfy, this broccoli casserole is perfect. People can scoop in for big bites of broccoli goodness and still have plenty to pass around.
Thaw out that frozen broccoli and grab a heaping helping to go along with a mix of almonds, raisins, and bacon, all of which is combined to make a surprisingly sweet summer salad.
Just about everything tastes good fried, and broccoli is no exception. It’s considerably healthier than other fried snackables, though.
Quick, simple, and delicious describes this broccoli recipe that will have you loading up your plate with stalks of roasted broccoli with parmesan.
This is a dish that will serve your mouth well, not just with a great mix of flavors, but with the unique textures that accompany broccoli and tofu.
Waking up to the wafting smell of a freshly baked broccoli frittata is sure to get you wide-eyed and up on your feet in no time. Easy to prepare and cook up in a skillet to make every morning start right.
Looking for something warm and hearty to keep yourself toasty during those colder months? Cook up a pot of this potato and broccoli soup and let its creamy texture satisfy your taste buds and warm you on its way down.
We’ve already directed you to a delicious dip that you can make your broccoli a part of, but how about some salsa? Give the veggie a little extra kick by preparing it as a part of this smooth salsa.
A little extra preparation and cook time go into the process to make this broccoli gratin recipe, but it proves to be worthwhile when you pull the saucepan full of this delicious dish out of the oven.
Broccoli goes well with almost anything. Case and point: this recipe for sautéed pasta with broccoli. Get your carb fix with some noodles, a peppery seasoning, and of course some broccoli to go with it all.
Is there anything better than biting into the soft, flaky crust of a freshly baked quiche? Perhaps when you get past the outer crust and find a welcome bit of broccoli on your tongue.
You’ve seen plenty of recipes that combine broccoli and cheese on this list because you really can’t go wrong with it. You’ll see why once you try out this broccoli and cheese calzone.
If broccoli isn’t the only vegetable that you have sitting in your freezer waiting to be used, then this is the recipe for you. Add in everything you have and enjoy big, juicy bites of vegetable goodness.
You may normally associate turnovers with sweetness, but there’s no reason it can’t be savory as well. Get some meat and vegetables in your turnovers with this turkey and broccoli turnover recipe.
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