Looking for vegetarian recipes? Our hearty meatless recipes make going vegetarian not only doable but delicious—whether for one meal a week or a lifetime change. Our comprehensive collection of vegetarian dishes includes family dinners and kid-friendly recipes as well as healthy, low-calorie options.
Tabbouleh with Edamame and Feta
Edamame adds a crisp, refreshing note to this intensely flavored Mediterranean salad.
Tofu and Garbanzo Bean Hummus
Silken soft tofu sneaks into traditional hummus dip, adding an extra creaminess and protein. Your guests will never know.
Leek, Feta and Sausage Strudel
Leeks and soy sausage are wrapped in strudel dough, sprinkled with feta cheese and seasoned with thyme and oregano.
Tempeh Bites with Curried Peanut Sauce
Tempeh is braised in sweet, spicy soy flavors for intensely flavored nibbles that are perfect with an Indonesian-inspired nut sauce.
Orange Walnut Quinoa with Chickpeas and Mint
Quinoa is like a little ecosystem, containing all of the essential amino acids that make it a full protein.
Dark Leafy Greens with Caramelized Onions, Raisins and Maple Walnuts
This recipe takes advantage of raisins and maple glazed walnuts for a nutrient-packed bite of yum!
Braised Summer Vegetables with Basil Broth
Beets, carrots and cherry tomatoes are braised in the basily broth.
A French classic from The Culinary Institute of America featuring an array of brightly diced vegetables and fresh herbs.
Globe Zucchini Stuffed with Millet and Vegetables
Beautiful stuffed globe zucchini filled with Parmesan, tomatoes and millet then seasoned with orange pepper, coriander and thyme.
Roasted Tomatoes, Beans and Onions
This hearty healthy vegetable casserole needs no meat to make a satisfying meal.
Vegetarian Ragu with Cilantro Pesto
A delicious Ragu rice dish filled with vegetables varying from sweet potatoes to fresh zucchini and topped with a homemade cilantro pesto.
Any Veggie Coconut Curry
Use low-fat coconut milk and any veggies you have on hand to make this curry.
By varying the amount of soy- or rice milk, you can make this low-fat frozen dessert thick enough to eat with a spoon or thin enough to drink through a straw.
Orange-Scented Corn Muffins
With just a touch of sweetness, these sugar-free muffins are a welcome treat for breakfast.