Vegetarian Recipes (Most Popular)
Tired of the same ol' green beans? Then, try this recipe!
A great 30-calorie sweet treat!
An easy snack everyone can enjoy!
Spinach and cheese stuffed mushrooms
Breakfast on the go - just like Mom's pumpkin pie!
Ever tried turning zucchini into ''pasta''? With a vegetable peeler, it's easy to create ribbons of squash.
Much healthier than fried zucchini, these crispy little bites make a yummy snack or side dish!
This meal is fast and fun, a great way to spice up a dull morning and bring a brunch favorite to the work week.
This light salad perfectly complements spicier main dishes.
Inspired by the animated feature film, Ratatouille, this veggie-packed dish makes six healthy and hearty servings.
A great summer snack!
Fiber, Protein, and Filling...We have this one a lot, good with rice.
Delicious & easy - this is SO good!
With just four all-natural ingredients, you can really feel good about making this frozen yogurt recipe! You can also substitute any fruit puree of your choice when strawberries are out of season.
This fresh and tangy cucumber dill sauce uses non-fat plain yogurt to give it a creamy taste and texture. It can be eaten as a side dish with grilled chicken or as a topping on a gyro or pita sandwich!!
This is better than ice cream!! Great for those days you realize after dinner you're way under your protein limit. A treat that's good for you!
This has been a great substitute for potato salad for me.
Easy and ready in minutes, this is a cake you can enjoy whenever you're in the mood!
Hearty vegetarian dish
Full of fiber and fresh herbs, this whole-grain salad is perfect as a side or light lunch.
The best brownies you'll ever eat!
What? Canned tomatoes in a tomato sauce? Yes, that's right. Garden tomatoes are only available for a short time, but crushed canned tomatoes are on shelves year-round and packed with flavor.
These have a great flavor, the perfect amount of sweetness, and a nice, soft texture (be sure to use whole wheat PASTRY flour, not regular whole wheat!). Nutritious, too!
Ditch the toaster pastry. They're loaded with sugar and fat--and not much else. My hand tarts are full of fruit, and if you make them ahead of time your kids can grab them and go.
Even kale needs some love. Massaging an acid-based dressing into the fibrous green leaves tenderizes them, making the healthy vegetable more palatable in its raw form.
Take some help from the store: Feta and pesto dress up grilled zucchini.
Watermelon is a favorite summer dessert, but it makes a lovely salad, too. Here, creamy citrus dressing pairs with the sweet melon and crunchy celery.
Take a break from eating corn on the cob to make this simple soup. Pair with a grilled steak and green salad, and dinner's ready.