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This frittata is packed with veggies and sprinkled with mozzarella and Parmesan cheese.
This six-ingredient slow cooker meal makes the perfect stress-free dinner. Simply assemble the peppers and let the slow cooker take over.
Update a childhood favorite for an adult's waistline with multigrain pasta, mixed veggies, and reduced-fat cheese and milk. Dig in!
Our creamy substitute for fat-laden Caesar dressing is the perfect topping to this irresistible dinner salad.
These flavorful quiches are packed with veggies and have just 108 calories per serving.
Layers of zucchini, mushrooms, roasted red peppers, leeks, and spinach pack this dish with heart-healthy vegetables. You'll still get the lasagna noodles, cottage cheese, eggs, and mozzarella that you expect from the classic meat recipe.
Slowly cooking onions in oil, a technique known as caramelizing, brings out the natural sugars in this otherwise harsh vegetable. That touch of sweetness is the perfect complement to the smoky flavor in this grilled pita pizza.
Enjoy a soy-based burger that tastes as good as the original. Plus, it's a cinch to put together on a busy evening.
Guacamole tops these tasty vegetarian burgers. If you're worried about the fat in guacamole's avocados, remember that they contain heart-healthy monounsaturated fat.
Japanese eggplant, which is smaller and has a thinner skin than the American variety, adds color and bulk to this stir-fry without adding many calories. In fact, 1 cup of eggplant has only 20 calories.
To make this soup truly vegetarian, substitute reduced-sodium vegetable broth for the chicken broth. Organic vegetable broth also would work.
For a change of pace from the typical hot and cheesy pizza, serve this fresh-tasting salad pizza loaded with tantalizing Mediterranean flavors. If you're watching your sodium intake, leave out the olives.
If you can't find red lentils in your supermarket, try a gourmet food store or Indian market. Or just use readily available brown lentils in place of the red.
High-fat meat and cheese top typical restaurant tostadas. This healthier version is piled high with veggies and cilantro- and cumin-spiked lentils.
Red peppers contain more than 100 percent of the recommended daily amount of vitamin C -- more than oranges! Make this versatile red sauce a mainstay in your kitchen and use it to top polenta, vegetables, beans, and pasta.
This chili is served over couscous, a type of grain that's common in Middle Eastern cuisine. For a nutrition boost, use whole wheat couscous instead of regular. Couscous also is available in an organic version.
Lentils come in many colors, including green, yellow, and black, but brown lentils are the ones most commonly found at supermarkets. Lentils are high in protein, making them mainstays in vegetarian dishes. A 1/2-cup serving has as much protein as 1 ounce of meat.