Recipe Category: "Side dishes"

Butternut Squash Souffle with Greens

Category: Vegetables  /  Cuisine: French  /  Tags: Diabetic, Gluten-Free, Heart-Healthy, Low-Cholesterol, Low-Fat, Vegetarian

Swiss chard served on the side with this creamy buttery squash souffle.

Roasted Brussel Sprouts and Ham

Category: Vegetables  /  Cuisine: American  /  Tags: Dairy-Free, Diabetic, Gluten-Free, Heart-Healthy, Large groups, Low-Cholesterol, Low-Fat

Brussel sprouts roasted with ham, seasoned with lemon juice and olive oil.

Cajun Potatoes

Category: Vegetables  /  Cuisine: American  /  Tags: Quick & Easy

Easy and REALLY delicious!

Sweet Potato Souffle

Category: Vegetables  /  Cuisine: American  /  Tags: Family, Holidays, Make-Ahead, Quick & Easy, Thanksgiving, Vegetarian

Tasty way to make sweet potatoes!

Brown Rice Pilaf

Category: Rice  /  Cuisine: Italian  /  Tags: Dairy-Free, Heart-Healthy, Low-Cholesterol, Low-Fat, Vegetarian

Mushrooms, peas & carrots lend full flavor to this rice side dish; use quick cook brown rice for a faster...

Kale with Seasoned Tomatoes

Category: Vegetables  /  Cuisine: Italian  /  Tags: Dairy-Free, Diabetic, Gluten-Free, Heart-Healthy, Low-Cholesterol, Low-Fat, Paleo, Quick & Easy, Thanksgiving, Vegetarian

Chopped kale greens with Italian seasoning and tomatoes for a healthy, colorful side dish.

Spring Peas Risotto

Category: Rice  /  Cuisine: Italian  /  Tags: Vegetarian

“Arborio rice has short, plumb high-starch kernels that are perfect for classic Italian risotto. Adding the vegetable broth slowly to...

Tomato Tarts

Category: Vegetables  /  Cuisine: American

This really showcases good tomatoes. “Unforgettable rectangles”

Glazed Carrots w/ Pistachios

Category: Vegetables  /  Cuisine: American  /  Tags: Vegetarian

“This version of glazed carrots blends butter, brown sugar, pistachos and fresh thyme.”

Grilled Vegetables with Vinaigrette

Category: Vegetables  /  Cuisine: Italian

“Feature this Italian-inspired mix of asparagus, pattypan (yellow) squash, bell peppers and cherry tomatoes at your next family cookout.”