Side Dishes

Side dishes are having a moment, and I am here for it! From healthier versions of mac and cheese to diet-friendly nachos, these recipes are quick, easy, and delicious. The key to making any side dish healthier is to think more consciously about the ingredients you use. Instead of serving meals with a side of rice, try swapping it out cauliflower as a substitute, you'll get the same great flavor and texture minus the carbs and gluten. Try these delectable dishes out for your next BBQ or as the perfect complement to any main course; these side dishes might just steal the show.

Oven-Roasted Butternut Squash

This Oven-Roasted Butternut Squash is an easy and healthy dish made with only 4 basic ingredients! You can serve it as a side, add toppings, or use it on pasta or salad. It’s the perfect vegetarian and vegan vegetable recipe for the fall and winter.

Sweet & Sour Vegetable Stir Fry

Need an easy and nutritious stir fry recipe? This Sweet & Sour Vegetable Stir Fry is loaded with colorful veggies tossed in a simple sweet and tangy sauce. It's a delicious gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegetarian main or side dish that only takes 20 minutes to make.

Healthy Asparagus Soup Recipe

If you are looking for an asparagus soup with potatoes and without cream, this Healthy Asparagus Soup Recipe is just for you. It is loaded with fresh asparagus, leeks, and potatoes, then topped with Greek yogurt for a silky smooth soup that is so delicious.

Greek Baked Beans

This easy Greek Baked Beans recipe uses canned beans and a creamy sauce to make a healthy dish bursting with Greek flavors. Made with tomatoes, feta, and simple seasonings, this dish can be served on its own or alongside grilled meats. Plus we love that it is vegetarian-friendly and packed with protein and fiber.

Healthy Thai Peanut Dressing

This Healthy Thai Peanut Dressing is a creamy, flavorful sauce full of delicious Asian flavors. It is an easy recipe that uses healthy ingredients to make a gluten-free, dairy-free, and low carb dressing perfect for salads, noodle dishes, or dipping fresh veggies.