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Halloumi Zucchini Carrot Cake

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Kids are fuzzy with their meals depending on how they have been brought to eat their vegetables. Most nonvegetarian parents who are transiting from an animal-based diet to a plant-based diet have an uphill task to guide their kids along on the new path. We have created this site with many recipes that will you and your kids’ transit joyfully to a vegetarian or vegan convert.  You will be surprised how easily you can prepare game-changer recipes for you and your kids.

Who says healthy, plant-based food should be boring? There are many ways to make healthy food simply delicious. One perfect way to make vegetarian recipes delicious is by adding a bit of cheese. This recipe features healthy, scrumptious bites with some Halloumi, a semi-firm, slightly salty sheep cheese that originated in Greece. The high melting point in this cheese makes it possible for the cheese to not break under high heat, making it suitable to grill, roast, and oil-free pan-fry.

The Halloumi is actually what became the binding agent for these mini pan-fried or grilled vegetable cakes. It also contributes to the nutrition content of the dish, a good source of calcium, zinc, and magnesium, as well as vitamins A and B. Along with the high fiber and vitamin content from carrots and the number of antioxidants in zucchini, this simple starter packs a punch in terms of both flavor and nutrition.

Next time you’re thinking of a starter or some snacks for you or your family, try making these delicious Halloumi Zucchini Carrot Cakes. It’s a great way to introduce your kids to vegetables, and a perfect savory bite for the adults as well.

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