7 Easy Anti-Inflammatory Mediterranean Diet Decorating Tips Every Busy Mom Should Know

Busy moms should know these seven simple anti-inflammatory Mediterranean diet decorating tips:

Use bell peppers, cherry tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, and radishes to make colorful vegetable plates. Arrange them attractively on a large platter or board. 

Colorful Vegetable Platters


Herb garnishes 


Garnish foods with basil, parsley, cilantro, or dill for color and flavor. Add chopped herbs to salads, soups, grilled meats, and roasted vegetables for Mediterranean taste.

Sliced citrus


Add lemon, lime, or orange slices to drinks, salads, and water pitchers for a citrusy, refreshing taste. Citrus fruits include vitamin C and antioxidants, which boost immunity and health.

Olive Oil Drizzle


Drizzle high-quality extra virgin olive oil over Mediterranean cuisine. Rich and flavorful, it provides monounsaturated fats and antioxidants.

Table Setting 


Blue and white color palettes, seashells, driftwood, and fresh flowers or greenery as centerpieces evoke the Mediterranean seaside.

Simple Fruit Arrangements


Fresh fruits like berries, grapes, melon slices, and figs on a dish or bowl make a simple but lovely dessert or snack. Add Greek yogurt or nuts for protein and crunch.

Creative Food Display


Display food creatively by stacking, layering, or arranging components in pleasing patterns. Shape fruits and veggies with cookie cutters or arrange them in a rainbow for a striking display.

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