Roasted broccoli stalks
Roasted broccoli stalks — or coins — are a great way to incorporate broccoli stems and reduce food waste. Just a few simple ingredients make these super tasty!
Breakfast Broccoli Bake | COOKTORIA
This Breakfast Broccoli Bake made with eggs, Provolone, and feta cheese is healthy, filling and delicious way to start your day!
Healthy Vegetarian Broccoli-Cheddar Soup | Alexandra's Kitchen
Recipe by Sarah Jampel of Bon Appetit As with so many soups, this one tastes better by the day, so don't be afraid to make it ahead of time. The original recipe calls for making cheesy toasts, which you cut up and add to the soup, which look and sound delicious. For simplicity, I've stuck with my favorite soup topper: cubes of olive oil-toasted, day-old bread. They are irresistible on their own, but especially good in soup. I also find I can keep my children more interested in their soup…
Wait! Don't Throw Out Those Broccoli Stalks
Fibrous, tough broccoli stalks aren’t exactly the centerpiece of most dishes, but if you cook them properly, they can actually be pretty delicious. Here are eight ways to use broccoli stems and stretch your grocery bill.
Healthy Broccoli Slaw recipe
You will never miss the mayo in this Healthy Broccoli Slaw recipe! Tangy yogurt, sweet honey and pumpkin seeds make this unique slaw a guilt-free favorite.
Do you eat broccoli stalks? Broccoli stalks are both edible and delicious. Research conducted by Love Food Hate Waste has revealed that over 2,500 tonnes of broccoli stalks (and leaves) are thrown away by Kiwi households every year. This recipe for broccoli balls is a great one to make with children as it teaches them that the stalks are edible as well as encouraging them to eat more vegetables.