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French Fry Greek Salad

By: Jessica Mode from French Fry Greek Salad
Updated February 17, 2020
French Fry Greek Salad
French Fry Greek Salad

"When you are craving french fries, but also need some veggies in your life, I’ve got your back with this french fry Greek salad! FIVE TRICKS TO EATING HEALTHY (WHEN YOU DON’T WANT TO) Sneak in veggies (that you can’t even taste) to your favorite recipes. I love adding frozen cauliflower or avocado to my morning smoothie, spinach to my homemade pesto, or cabbage mix to a noodle based stir fry. Swap your processed snacks for a healthier version. Some of my go-to healthy snacks for days I’m not craving veggies include: hummus & plantain chips, trail mix with your favorite nuts and dried fruit, ham & cheese roll ups, Larabar, or hard boiled eggs. Eat junk food in moderation. For the days you aren’t up for eating your fruits and veggies, try limiting the amount of junk food you are eating. Only eat a small portion to satisfy your cravings. Try eating at a new restaurant. Sometimes I find I don’t want to eat healthy simply because I’m bored of my usual routine. Go to a new restaurant and try a healthy-ish dish to break out of your rut. Don’t eat raw/plain fruits and veggies. Oftentimes, people think healthy eating is snacking on raw carrots or eating over-cooking vegetables for dinner. Newsflash – delicious tasting fruits and vegetables can be incorporated into everyday food! Some of my favorite “dressed up” ways to eat fruits & veggies include: sushi, tacos/taco salad, or within soup, chili, and stir fry."


Preparation Time25 min

Cooking Time10 min

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