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Spaghetti Squash and Sauce

Spaghetti squash can be cooked in the microwave or in the oven. Microwave squash for a meal or side dish that is ready in minutes.

Beans and Rice Stuffed Peppers

This recipe is a healthier alternative to stuffed peppers made with sausage or ground beef. Use sweet bell peppers or hot peppers.

Roasted Butternut Squash

A healthy and quick snack alternative that is low in saturated fats.

Sheet Pan Chicken and Vegetables

This recipe is a healthier alternative to stuffed peppers made with sausage or ground beef. Use sweet bell peppers or hot peppers.

Baked Vegetable Bites

This recipe is a great way to add more vegetables at mealtime. Try making with carrots, broccoli, cauliflower, and sweet potatoes.

Tuna or Salmon Burgers

This recipe works well with canned salmon or tuna. You can also use this recipe to make chicken burgers with canned white meat chicken.

Sweet and Crunchy Cabbage Slaw

This recipe is a healthy alternative to creamy coleslaw. Apples add sweetness. Cabbage and carrots add crunch. Try adding chopped nuts or dried fruit to add different textures.

Potato Soup with Beans and Greens

This recipe works well with any kind of potato: baking potatoes, red, sweet, yellow or even blue potatoes.

Bean and Corn Salad

This recipe works well with many different types of beans and legumes. Try making with black beans, chickpeas, red kidney or white beans.

Sweet Potato Hash

This recipe is high in fiber and low in saturated fat. Diets higher in fiber and lower in saturated fat can help reduce your risk for high blood pressure, diabetes, and heart disease.

Peanut Vegetable Stir Fry

This recipe works well with many different vegetables like broccoli, carrots, cauliflower, green beans, mushrooms, onions and peppers.

Vegetable Pasta

One serving of this pasta dish provides two servings of vegetables. Use your favorite green vegetables like broccoli, peas, green beans or asparagus.

Sweet Potatoes with Apples and Raisins

Enjoy as a side dish or as a healthy snack. Sweet potatoes, apples and raisins make this dish sweet without any added sugar.

Stuffed Peppers with Beans and Rice

This recipe is a healthy alternative to stuffed peppers made with ground meat. Use sweet bell peppers or hot peppers.

Root Vegetable Hash

This recipe is a fast way to cook root vegetables. It works well with any kind of root vegetable. Try using parsnips, rutabaga or turnips.

Roasted Root Vegetables

Roasting makes earthy root vegetables taste sweet. Serve as a side dish or try roasted roots in place of your favorite recipe for home fries.

Roasted Acorn Squash

Winter squash, like acorn, is in season during the fall and winter. Season with your favorite spices, like chili powder or curry powder.

Simple Succotash

Succotash is made with corn, lima beans, and tomatoes. It is a common side dish in the southern United States.

Hearty Lentil Soup

Legumes are the seeds of plants like beans, peas, and lentils. They are a good source of fiber and protein.

Chicken and Root Vegetable Soup

This recipe works well with any kind of root vegetable like carrots, rutabaga, turnips or even potatoes.

Beans and Greens

This recipe works well with dark, leafy greens like kale and collards. Try using different beans like pinto or kidney beans.

Banana Baked Oatmeal

Make this recipe over the weekend and have breakfast ready to eat all week long. Store leftovers in the refrigerator for one week.

Meatless Chili

Enjoy one meatless meal each week to help improve your health. Meatless meals often have more vegetables and are lower in fat.

Cabbage with Apples and Onions

Cabbage is available all year long. This recipe works well with any kind of cabbage. Apples and onions make bitter cabbage taste sweet.

Zucchini and Corn Skillet

This skillet can be served warm or cold. Enjoy warm as a side dish or use as a filling for tacos. Enjoy cold with tortilla chips.

Roasted Summer Vegetables

Ratatouille is a vegetable dish from southern France. It is made with summer vegetables like eggplant, zucchini, bell peppers, and tomatoes.

Fireworks Slaw

Fireworks Slaw is a healthy alternative to creamy coleslaw. Enjoy this recipe as a side dish at mealtime or as an afternoon snack.

Black Bean and Corn Salsa

This salsa has less salt than most store-bought brands. Try using your favorite ingredients like jalapeño peppers, cucumber, or even pineapple.

Citrus Broccoli Stir-fry

Stir frying is a way to cook vegetables quickly. When cooking, stir vegetables, so that they do not stick to the skillet and burn.

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