Side Dish Recipes (Most Popular)
Fresh and juicy during spring and summer months, strawberries are delicious when combined with tender spinach, creamy goat cheese and crunchy toasted almonds.
This healthy veggie frittata features all of our favorite spring goodies! Serve it with crusty bread and fresh fruit salad for a filling meal.
Quinoa is similar to brown rice, with a higher protein content. This is a delicious side dish or light meal.
A healthy alternative to an American favorite.
Cucumbers give this guacamole a refreshing flavor while also cutting the calories in each serving.
Serve this black bean salsa known as cowboy caviar at your next potluck.
These tasty roasted vegetables can be cooked on the grill or roasted in the oven! The pineapple adds a wonderful sweetness to the vegetables.
This salad is always a hit at parties! Use as a fiber-rich dip, or eat it by itself.
My family doesn't like to eat vegetables, but they beg for seconds with this recipe!!! This gives broccoli a wonderful, nutty flavor that everyone will love.
A great side dish that complements any entree.
This is the best asparagus you will ever have!
A tasty way to get your veggies during BBQ season
These are great served as a side dish with any meal.
Yummy asparagus baked with Parmesan and olive oil!
This is a low-fat alternative to french fries
My family absolutely loves this dip. It tastes just like a BLT!
A healthy, mayo-free, but still delicious version of deviled eggs!
Baked cauliflower at its best!
For the zucchini lovers!
Chewy, homemade flatbread makes any meal seem special. Use in place of pitas, bread, or crackers!
I love this recipe! It can be used as a sauce for grilled meats, a dressing for salads or steamed vegetables, or as a marinade for tofu or other lean proteins. You will always find it in my refrigerator.
It's the perfect time of year for this recipe! Sweet potatoes are one of the most delicious (and nutritious!) winter comfort foods, and the warm maple syrup flavor of this dish is the perfect complement to cold weather. Choose medium sweet potatoes with firm, unblemished skins — they'll have the best flavor!
Simply seasoned eggplant is great as a dip, a spread for crackers or crusty bread, or a flavor-booster for chicken.
Use this to dress your salad or as a dipping sauce for cut vegetables. Don't like cilantro? No problem, just swap it out for Italian parsley or dill.
Very light, fun and tasty--a treat you thought you'd have to give up on your quest to good nutrition.
Low-calorie and high-fiber, these tasty (not fried) beans make a quick supper when spread upon warm corn tortillas topped with melted cheese.