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7 Ways to Cook Broccoli


Photo Credit: Brooke McLay

Do you want to incorporate more Broccoli into your meals? Having a hard time getting your kids to eat it? Me too! So we’ve put together 7 super scrumptious ways for you to incorporate broccoli into your meal planning. Everything from soup, to pizza, to casseroles. Something that even the pickiest of eaters is going to love! So grab your broccoli and follow the jump for all 7 recipes!



  • Baked Broccoli 1 of 7
    Baked Broccoli
    Baked broccoli rabe. An easy, healthy side dish featuring tangy lemon, creamy Asiago, and delightfully pungent (and healthy!) broccoli rabe.
    Make baked broccoli
  • Roasted Garlicky Broccoli 2 of 7
    Roasted Garlicky Broccoli
    Roasting broccoli is a perfect way to enhance it's flavor. You keep the color and crunch. Shake things up by adding lemon zest or grated Parmesan to it.
    Make roasted broccoli
  • Broccoli Cheddar Cheese Soup 3 of 7
    Broccoli Cheddar Cheese Soup
    If you like Panera's broccoli cheddar soup then you'll love this souped up copy-cat version!
    Make broccoli cheddar cheese soup
  • Broccoli Casserole 4 of 7
    Broccoli Casserole
    Ditch the canned soup and make your own creamy sauce for this fresh broccoli casserole that's sure to knock your socks off.
    Make broccoli casserole
  • Broccoli Slaw 5 of 7
    Broccoli Slaw
    A great make ahead salad that uses every bit of the broccoli, from stem to florets (no waste here).
    Make broccoli slaw
  • Broccoli Cheese Nuggets 6 of 7
    Broccoli Cheese Nuggets
    Broccoli steps from the side to the main attraction in this tasty and tempting broccoli and cheese nuggets recipe. Try it you'll like it!
    Make broccoli cheese nuggets
  • Broccoli Cheese Pizza 7 of 7
    Broccoli Cheese Pizza
    A great way to introduce picky eaters to this veg! Put in on a pizza!
    Make broccoli cheese pizza

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