In honor of National Garlic Day coming up, we’re celebrating by making some delicious garlic recipes. Try everything from healthy garlic bread to garlicky soup. We’ve got a recipe for perfect roasted garlic, garlic mashed cauliflower, and a whole bunch of other great garlic recipes. Try them all for a flavorful meal your friends and family will love. Check out our ten favorite garlic recipes for this spring and National Garlic Day:

Zucchini Sticks with Garlic Chipotle Aioli via Damn Delicious

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These easy to make zucchini sticks are a great snack or appetizer. Made with garlic, zucchini, Greek yogurt, Italian whole wheat breadcrumbs, and light mayo, this guilt-free recipe is something everyone will love.

Garlic Shrimp and Quinoa via Pinch of Yum

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Perfect for dinner any night, this easy to make garlic shrimp and quinoa dish is wholesome, hearty, and packed with proteins and complex carbs. Made with fresh garlic, this flavorful dish is one your family will ask you to make over and over again.

Roasted Garlic Hummus via Annie’s Eats

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Perfect for snacking, this guilt-free garlic hummus is easy to make and goes perfectly with anything. I love dipping pretzels or veggies like carrots and snap peas into my hummus, but you could pair this with homemade pita chips or warm pita bread!

Garlicky Kale Caesar Salad via Feed Me Phoebe

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This easy to make Kale caesar salad is awesome for lunch or dinner. This garlicky, creamy, and tangy dressing pairs perfectly with the kale in the recipe. Sprinkle with fresh parmesan cheese and homemade croutons. You can add grilled chicken or shrimp for a protein packed meal.

Garlic Mashed Cauliflower via Blog Lovin

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Better than mashed potatoes, this garlic roasted mashed cauliflower recipe is light, satisfying, and guilt-free. Serve this as a side to any meal this week and your family will be pleasantly surprised to find out how healthy this dish really is.

Triple Garlic Pizza via Minimally Invasive

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Made with garlic, bay leaves, corn meal, mozzarella cheese, and truffle oil, this light pizza is a cheesy, garlicky treat! Top with any of your favorite pizza toppings for a delicious lunch or light dinner.

Celeriac and Roasted Garlic Soup via Simply Delicious

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This light, refreshing, creamy soup is made with celeriac, parsley oil, fresh garlic, potatoes, and vegetable broth. Perfect for lunch or dinner, this easy to make soup really hits the spot on those chilly spring days.

Whole Grain Garlic Knots via We Are Not Martha

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These homemade, whole grain garlic knots are easy to make and add something special to week night dinners. Made with parmesan cheese, parsley, salt, pepper, and olive oil these garlic knots are the perfect bite-sized treats everyone will love. Just be careful not to eat the whole batch.

Roasted Garlic Quinoa and Mushrooms via Barefeet in The Kitchen

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This wholesome, hearty dish is made with quinoa, fresh mushrooms, roasted garlic, and olive oil. Serve this with chicken or mix it into a salad for a perfect meal any night of the week.

Garlic French Fries via Ellie Krieger

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Perfect beside any meal, or just plain, these delicious easy to make garlic fries are unreal. Baked, not fried, these fries are much healthier than traditional french fries.

Can you think of a tastier way to eat a clean diet?

What’s your favorite garlic recipe?


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