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The fresh flavor and creamy texture of green bean casserole have made it a go-to side dish. If you're looking for ways to switch up the classic comfort food, turn to these green bean recipes that showcase what you love about green bean casserole while adding surprising touches.View Slideshow
Searching for a meatless meal? Look no further than our collection of totally delicious (and healthy) vegetarian recipes. Whether you're a die-hard vegetarian or just testing the waters, vegetarian soups, veggie-filled casseroles, and meatless sandwiches will have you enjoying vegetarian recipes without missing meat.
Caprese salad is a vegetarian favorite, and you'll love it even more in sandwich form. The elegant trio of basil, fresh tomato, and mozzarella nestled into crispy wheat bread makes an easy meatless dinner recipe.
For a hearty vegetarian dinner, nosh on our Mediterranean-style tortellini. Dotted with olives, white beans, and cherry tomatoes, the cheesy pasta dish is a perfect balance of sweet, salty, and savory.
One zucchini, stuffed with veggies and black beans, makes an easy vegetarian dinner for two. Don't forget our favorite part -- the melty Jack cheese.
Eating vegetarian is so much more than salads and beans. Enter our ooey, gooey mac and cheese. Made with mashed butternut squash, the vegetarian comfort food is ultracreamy and full of vitamin A.
Golden curried couscous sets the stage for plump raisins, tender summer squash, and a few sparks of jalapeno. You just might convert meat-eaters with this exciting medley of fruits and vegetables.
Five steps, four cheeses. Need we say more? This vegetarian lasagna is perfect for dinner tonight.
Wrap spicy tofu and vibrant veggies in rice paper for an easy-to-make vegetarian recipe. Our tip? Save half the tofu marinade and reuse as a dipping sauce.
These juicy veggie burgers feature a fragrant mix of oregano, dill, and garlic. Top with your favorite fresh veggies and a dab of Greek yogurt.
Lentils are high in protein, making them the perfect stand-in for meat in a saucy spaghetti. Made with thyme and olive oil, this vegetarian dinner has bold flavor but is light in calories.
Prepare these vegetarian black bean burgers ahead of time to whip out whenever the occasion calls. Try with either hot or mild salsa, depending on the level of spiciness you prefer.
Mushrooms and spinach add flavor and nutrients to this pasta dish. It will only take you 20 minutes from start to finish.
These flavorful vegetarian quiches are packed with fresh produce and have just 108 calories per serving. Serve them for breakfast or, better yet, breakfast for dinner.
Our kale and white bean stew is full of flavor and is incredibly satisfying. Simply add all the ingredients to the slow cooker, turn it on, and a hearty vegetarian dinner will be ready when you are.
This mixture of high-protein quinoa, juicy roma tomatoes, fresh spinach, and sliced avocados makes a healthy and colorful vegetarian dinner.
Let potassium- and protein-packed beans do the heavy lifting in this vegetarian take on a classic dinner idea. Make the veggie burger using red kidney beans, spices, rice, and bread crumbs.
Using phyllo dough to wrap your burrito offers far fewer carbs and a light, flaky texture. Dunk the vegetarian burritos in sour cream for the perfect combination of cool and hot.
Try our 20-minute vegetarian omelet when you're craving something different for dinner. Filled with mushrooms, onions, and spinach, this feta-topped omelet is sure to be a hit.
Trust us: With three kinds of beans and a slew of vegetables, you won't miss the meat in this vegetarian recipe. For an added health benefit, we used dry beans, which have less sodium than canned.
Slurpworthy minestrone is an elegant meatless recipe. Make our version your own by adding your favorite vegetables or varying the greens, such as freshly chopped chard or kale in place of the spinach.
This Tex-Mex pizza uses corn tortillas as the base instead of a carb-loaded pizza crust. It's a quick-fix vegetarian recipe, and it's full of protein from the beans and cheese.