June went by very quickly, but we received some lovely recipes to Eat Your Greens, which I'm presenting to you in this post.
Johanna from Green Gourmet Giraffe shared Macaroni cheese with broccoli. It's a great idea to add some vegetables to mac'n'cheese, especially some greens. I'm sure that broccoli was a very tasty addition to this comforting mac'n'cheese.
Éphée Lafée from L'éphémère quotidienneté des repas et autres trucs de magie made Bruschetta de petits pois et menthe. These are creative bruschettas containing peas, garlic, mint and green onions. They are very green, and they seem to be the perfect dish for the hot summer.
Lisa from Lisa's Kitchen posted a Baby Arugula and Tomato Salad with Pomegranate Seeds. Salads are just perfect for this season, and I would eat this either as standalone dish, or a side salad. It's so colourful and vibrant.
Shaheen, my Eat Your Greens co-host, from Allotment 2 Kitchen shared a Cinnamon Chickpea Tagine, and in the post she also presented some Bedminster Street Graffiti Art. The tagine dish is full of vegetables and warming spices, and it features courgettes as the greens.
I made a vegan Creamy courgette and spinach pasta, which used to be one of my favourite dishes when I was a student, and it's still nice to make especially in the summer when courgettes are new and fresh.
Thank you so much everyone for taking part in Eat Your Greens this time around. Shaheen will now host in July, so please keep contributing!