Skip the meat, but keep the flavor! These vegetarian dishes are packed with alternative protein sources and full of character to help inspire healthy eating habits. You can continue enjoying the foods you love like enchiladas, by swapping the meat out for black beans. My collection of vegetarian recipes have a great variety of breakfast ideas, side dishes, and main courses to help unlock the health benefits of embracing more vegetarian-friendly meals into your diet, like lowering your chances of developing high blood pressure, reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease, and improving your overall health all while tantalizing your taste buds.
This Butternut Squash Salad is made with roasted squash, shaved Brussels sprouts, and tender quinoa. Toss it with dried cranberries, pumpkin seeds, and a delicious maple mustard dressing for the ultimate winter salad!
These Roasted Honey Glazed Carrots are an easy, delicious side dish made in under 30 minutes. The tender carrots are covered in a sweet honey garlic sauce and packed with nutrients, perfect for a vegetarian side dish. Plus the whole recipe is made in one dish for easy cleanup.
This Healthy Mustard Potato Salad recipe has all the flavors of classic potato salad, but with Greek yogurt instead of mayo. These tender potatoes with a creamy, tangy dijon mustard sauce are a delicious side dish that only needs a few simple ingredients. Plus it is vegetarian, gluten-free, and nut-free.
Maple Roasted Butternut Squash is made with tender squash covered in a sticky maple syrup thyme sauce, then topped with pecans and dried cranberries. This dish is simple to prepare and the perfect vegan or vegetarian side for the holidays. It’s sweet, savory, and so delicious!
A healthy Middle Eastern Red Lentil Soup recipe that is hearty, filling, and full of comforting flavor. This one-pot soup is super easy to make and perfect for a weeknight dinner. Plus it’s vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free.
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.