Our Favorite Vegetarian Recipes

Our Favorite Vegetarian Recipes

Eating vegetarian doesn't mean that you're stuck eating salads all day. Here are some of our favorite, flavorful, and most importantly, filling recipes. Guess what? No meat! Try these out and see if your family complains of being full afterward!

Mediterranean Stuffed Peppers: This twist on the traditional stuffed pepper recipe lightens things up and adds some salty feta for a real change on the classic. It's great for those of us trying to eat healthy in the new year!

Hearty Vegan Chili: Vegan doesn't mean bland and tasteless food. It can also mean hearty and delicious! Try this recipe out and see if you're still hungry afterward!
Best Balsamic Honey Caprese Salad: This is a delicious and simple recipefrom Honey Ridge Farms.

Creamed Kale: This is a really tasty way to get everyone the greens they need in a way they will love!

Super-Duper Yellow Squash Casserole: The flavors of the squash and fresh vegetables combined in this casserole are so delicious there is no need for any seasoning in this recipe. Make sure to use all fresh ingredients for the best results.

Monterrey Potato Hash: This stir fry dish is sure to please all the vegetarians in your family.

Eggplant Italiano: Look for firm eggplant with a smooth skin and a uniform color. They should be heavy for their size and the flesh should bounce back when pressed with fingers. Usually, smaller eggplants are sweeter and more tender than larger ones.

#1 Tofu Stir Fry: Tofu is pureed soybeans pressed to form a white custard like cake. Tofu can be used in all kinds of recipes because it readily absorbs the flavor of other foods.

Zucchini Fries: Zucchini don't crisp as much as normal fries, but they are still an amazing and delicious alternative to actual fries. 

Silky Fennel and Carrot Soup: This healthy soup packs a whole lot of benefits into one bowl. Treat yourself to it today!

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