5 ways to sneak veggies into baked goods

Try these delectable recipes to get more veggies in your diet

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Velvety Beet Brownies

Velvety Beet Brownies

Beet purée enriches the flavour and moisture of these dense, dark chocolate brownies. Loaded with antioxidants (and free of nuts), they’re perfect to pack in your kids’ school lunches.

Get the recipe: Velvety Beet Brownies

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Parsnip & Carrot Cupcakes

Parsnip & Carrot Cupcakes

Your kitchen will be filled with the aromas of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and allspice when you whip up a batch of these super-moist cupcakes.

Get the recipe: Parsnip & Carrot Cupcakes

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Sweet-Potato Savoury Scones

Sweet-Potato Savoury Scones

We kept the calorie count low in these fluffy, vibrant orange scones by not including cheese or cream. Serve with seafood chowder, or your favourite soup or stew.

Get the recipe:  Sweet-Potato Savoury Scones

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Kale Brunch Pies

Kale Brunch Pies

Perfect for Sunday brunch, these heart-healthy pies are all about the kale. Make ahead of time and serve at room temperature or take them out of the oven as your guests arrive.

Get the recipe: Kale Brunch Pies

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Savoury Rosemary

Savoury Rosemary “Squaffles”

What happens when squash meets waffles? Squaffles! Top with poached or scrambled eggs for a protein boost, and finish with a dollop of spicy salsa.

Get the recipe: Savoury Rosemary “Squaffles”

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