The Easy Way to Eat more Vegetables with Green Giant Veggie Tots #GGVeggie

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Moms you know how much of a struggle it can be to get the kids to eat their vegetables. My family and I recently switched to a vegetarian based diet. In doing so we have opened our entire world up to a new way of eating. Going vegetarian has made us look differently at the foods that we have been eating. We have been consistently adding more vegetables into our diets and are always up to trying new things on this food adventure.

The Easy Way to Eat more Veggies with Green Giant Veggie Tots #GGVeggie

Green Giant Veggie Tots are perfect for busy families. Not only are they convenient with how quick they are to prepare but you are also getting veggie goodness in each poppable bite. Green Giant’s newest flavors of Veggie Tots in Corn or Sweet Potato & Cauliflower are both pretty delicious. I like having this quick dinner option tucked away in the freezer for those busy weeknights when I need to get something on the dinner table fast. Green Giant Veggie Tots can be paired with a variety of different main dishes from breakfast to dinner even snack time.

The Easy Way to Eat more Veggies with Green Giant Veggie Tots #GGVeggie

Here in the south, particularly at BBQ restaurants, they serve a side dish commonly known as corn nuggets which are essentially deep fried creamed corn. One bite of the new Green Giant Corn Veggie Tots and it was like I had stepped into one of my favorite restaurants. The family unanimously agreed that the Green Giant Corn Veggie Tots were a winner. I like that I can get that restaurant quality taste conveniently at home so we can indulge in a family favorite without going out to eat. Because Green Giant Veggie Tots are baked and not fried you are skipping the grease and enjoying the veggie goodness.

The Easy Way to Eat more Veggies with Green Giant Veggie Tots #GGVeggie

Speaking of vegetable goodness, did you know that you could turn Green Giant Veggie Tots into a sweet treat? As soon as I saw that the Green Giant Veggie Tots came in a sweet potato and cauliflower flavor I knew that I wanted to turn them into a sweet, poppable treat. Whenever I eat a baked sweet potato I love to load it up with brown sugar and cinnamon to the point that it practically tastes like dessert. Turning Green Giant Sweet Potato & Cauliflower Veggie Tots from a savory side dish into a sweet treat is so simple & easy that you’ll want to make them for both snack time and dessert.

Cinnamon Brown Sugar Sweet Potato Tots

  • 1 tbsp brown sugar
  • 1/2 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 bag Green Giant Sweet Potato & Cauliflower Veggie Tots

In a large bowl, combine the brown sugar and cinnamon. Bake the Green Giant Sweet Potato & Cauliflower Veggie Tots according to the package directions. After cooking time is complete, remove from the oven and transfer the hot veggie tots to the bowl with the cinnamon brown sugar and toss to coat. Once completely coated transfer back to the baking sheet and allow to cool slightly before serving.

Do you want to try Green Giant Veggie Tots?

Look for Green Giant Veggie Tots in a variety of flavors including Corn and Sweet Potato & Cauliflower in your local grocer. Just don’t forget to snag this coupon before shopping to get $1 off!

The Easy Way to Eat more Veggies with Green Giant Veggie Tots #GGVeggie
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  1. October 20, 2017 / 7:50 am

    Hope this show up in the freezer section at our store soon, I know this is going to be on our grocery list. What a great way to get more veggies in our diet and love that they are baked, thank you for the recommendation and the recipe!

  2. October 20, 2017 / 2:40 pm

    Oh my gosh the fight to get our oldest to eat vegetables is so intense. She would definitely eat the corn puffs but I’m not sure about the sweet potato and cauliflower ones. It’s definitely worth the try!!

  3. Alix Maza
    October 21, 2017 / 6:51 am

    How interesting! I’ll definitely try this sometime.