5 Tips to Make Healthy Food Taste Better!

Hello, Foodies and Buddies!

Do you hate “eating healthy” because you don’t like the taste of food that is good for you? Don’t worry, we’re here to save the day!

We’re back with another #WellnessWednesday post and this time we want to teach you some cooking hacks which help in making healthy food taste delicious. So, without any further ado, here is our list of 5 Tips to Make Healthy Food Taste Better:

#1) Buy Fruits and Vegetables which are in season

Fruits and Veggies

Nowadays it’s easy to find most fruits and vegetables available at a grocery, no matter what month of the year it is. You might very well be tempted to stick to the same usual stuff even if the fruit or vegetable isn’t actually in season.

Instead, opt for those fruits and veggies which are in season and you will find a sharp increase in the quality of the food which you are eating!

#2) Moderate your Butter intake by seasoning it

Bread Bread And Butter Butter Breakfast

Unless you’re on a full-fat diet, you know that you should be limiting the amount of butter you’re using while cooking. But, how do you do that and still maintain a great flavour for your dish?

Try using seasoned butter. This gives a great fresh taste to the dish and ensures you don’t overdo it with the fat.

#3) Make your own Salad Dressing

Salad Dressing

The only way to make salads taste good is by getting the dressing right. But, a lot of us seem to rely on premade salad dressings and this is a huge mistake.

You can find tons of recipes online for a quick and easy salad dressing and this will not only make your salad healthier, it will even amplify the taste. Here are some great Salad Dressing Recipes for you to check out: https://wholefully.com/healthy-salad-dressing-recipes/

#4) Roast Vegetables you don’t like eating

Roasted Veggies.jpg

Are there healthy veggies that you hate to eat because they just don’t taste good? Don’t worry, you aren’t alone in the world. There’s a simple trick you can use to overcome this problem.

Just roast your vegetables and then eat them in order to neutralise the flavour! There, problem solved 🙂

#5) Sweeten your Salads


While it’s boring to eat a leafy salad, you can add an extra layer of enjoyment by adding a small amount of fruits that taste sweet.

Why not mix things up with some apples or watermelons in your usual salad? It will definitely be an upgrade!

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