5 Times Boring Health Food Got A Deliciously Unhealthy Makeover

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Eating healthy can be a tricky task if you aren’t willing to make certain lifestyle changes. Fortunately, there are always a few life hacks to help make health food palatable. While these options may or may not be calorie-conscious (okay, they’re not), they are sure to intrigue your tastebuds.

Just think of it this way: these healthy food options were the nerdy, unkempt girl in the rom-com — but now they’ve gotten a full Princess Diaries makeover (sans the narrow societal construct of beauty) and are officially appetizing. And fattening.

It’s amazing what a little bit of butter and bacon can do.

 

When plain old celery was turned into buffalo chicken and celery appetizers

When plain old celery was turned into buffalo chicken and celery appetizers

Because the only way celery is truly delicious is when it is accompanied by buffalo chicken wings and blue cheese.

 

When practical carrots were doused with a bacon cream sauce

When practical carrots were doused with a bacon cream sauce

Regular carrots are so passé. Why not ensure that you don’t even have to taste them by hiding them beneath blankets of fat and dairy??

 

When a bunch of broccoli was mashed into patties and baked with cheese

When a bunch of broccoli was mashed into patties and baked with cheese

Pretty much anything is delicious when baked with greasy cheese — but hey, at least you still get your vegetables.

 

When healthy, green asparagus was shoved into cream cheese pastries

When healthy, green asparagus was shoved into cream cheese pastries

If something is gross or unappetizing, just hide it in bread. It’s pretty much the most rational solution.

 

When leafy spinach and squash were turned into a ridiculously cheesy lasagna

When leafy spinach and squash were turned into a ridiculously cheesy lasagna

You know it’s healthy because there’s no pasta involved. Ignore the mountains of cheese, it doesn’t even count.

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