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Planting Your Plate Series

      The first fact sheet of the 3-part series explains various garden vegetables that will be useful for breakfast meals. It includes tips on planting onions, berries, peppers, kale, spinach, and carrots along with reasons for eating a healthy breakfast from the garden. Nutrients are listed on the back of the fact sheet, which includes a smoothie recipe using fresh fruit, a vegetable, Greek yogurt, fat-free milk, and juice. Another recipe for mini egg frittatas is included. They are prepared using a muffin tin to provide 12 frittatas. The recipe includes eggs, milk, reduced-fat cheese, and 7 fresh garden vegetables. It is easy to make and eat for a quick, nutritious breakfast meal.
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      Reference

      1. US Department of Health and Human Services. 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. 8th edition. Washington, DC: US Department of Agriculture; 2015.