Get your veg on and warm your soul and your belly with these comforting meatless dishes.
This Quick Basil Pesto Pasta makes a terrific side dish or vegetarian main course. You can cover and refrigerate, or serve immediately with veggie garlic bread for a light and tasty meal.
This lasagna is loaded with a blend of Italian cheeses, aged cheddar, ricotta, and even a little parmesan. Among the vast array of bubbling cheese is an abundance of butternut squash and spinach, plus layers of whole grain pasta.
These Vegetarian White Bean Burgers are loaded with texture and flavor, offering a good source of nutrition without too many calories!
This ridiculously flavorful soup also happens to be a guilt-free vegan wonder. It makes an excellent lunch, light dinner, or healthy snack, and it freezes like champ, which is great if you want to make a big batch to keep on hand for weeks to come.
There's nothing better than slicing into a crunchy grilled cheese sandwich. This ridiculously easy recipe features a spicy Korean miso sauce, two different kinds of cheese, and our killer homemade Gochujang Mayo.
A staple of New England, the lobster roll is one of those yummy summer foods that you can't help craving. By substituting tofu for fish, adding seaweed for flavor, and sprinkling with Old Bay seasoning, it feels like you're eating a fishy sandwich, even with this vegan version!
This Indian chickpea dish will quickly become a staple in your home, thanks to the magic of how shockingly easy it is to make and the fact that it costs next to nothing. Of course, it also tastes absolutely incredible.
This is far from your typical lasagna, and all the more delicious for it!
If your current go-to pasta sauce comes with a long list of ingredients, try this one out instead! It has got rich taste, simple ingredients, and delicious flavor galore.
Here's a colorful al dente spaghetti with Mediterranean roasted vegetables... the purest flavors ever to grace your dinner table!
This Homemade Spinach Gruyere Quiche is great for Lenten Fridays, St. Patty's Day, Easter Brunch, Meatless Monday--you name it!
The whole point of the chilaquiles is the sauce. A mixture of tomatoes, garlic, onion, and chipotle adobo peppers is simmered together and then tossed with tortilla chips, quinoa, black beans, and fried eggs for good measure.
A simple and healthy breakfast or snack that is full of flavor! Garden veggie guacamole topped with Thai roasted tomatoes and burrata makes this toast a go-to in the morning.
This scrumptious fajita recipe is not only great tasting but actually takes only 15 minutes or less to make from start to finish (unless you’re a slow veggie chopper).
This Slow Cooker Lentil Chili is an easy vegetarian dinner to throw in your crockpot. It's packed with superfoods and protein--kale, pumpkin, and black beans!
These Cauliflower Sweet Potato Burgers are packed with roasted cauliflower, topped with avocado and sriracha aioli, and are gluten-free, vegetarian, AND paleo!
This gluten-free, vegetarian ramen comes together super fast, requiring less than 15 minutes, one pot, and just a handful of ingredients. Also, it is much healthier than the usual ramen bar pork bomb and much classier than anything made in a dorm room.
This vivid, bright risotto is mixed with beets and carrots to give it a nice sweetness and beautiful color.
Tacos are a great Chicago immigrant food (home to the second largest Mexican population in the States outside of LA), and these babies are proof.
A simple and delicious Mediterranean-inspired roasted chickpea wrap with refreshing tzatziki sauce.
This recipe calls for a single habanero, which will be sufficient to give your pasta a spicy kick without being too overwhelming. If habaneros scare you, feel free to use a milder pepper like a jalapeño, but don’t omit the peppers altogether!
Craving a quick and easy Asian dish for dinner? Try these quick stir-fried Chinese egg noodles with vegetables in oyster sauce!
This Zucchini Pasta with Creamy Mushroom Marsala is bursting with flavor, while still being a vegetarian and gluten-free dish!
Made with Chung Jung One’s vegan and gluten-free Spicy Ketchup Sauce, this guaranteed crowd-pleaser is full of incredible textures and flavors. You can also marinate your cauliflower overnight for an even quicker midweek main, side dish, or snack.
These crispy fried goat cheese balls flavored with tarragon and honey are perfect as an appetizer, an addition to a charcuterie display, or a salad topping. They’re deliciously cheesy and crunchy, with a perfect balance of sweet and heat.