Now here’s a healthy green bean side dish you’d never guess is healthy. Healthy fats from olive oil and hazelnuts add indulgence to the bean recipe. But we added just enough of those richer ingredients to the veggies to keep each serving around 100 calories—and totally delicious.
Elegant enough to be a holiday side dish but fast enough for a weeknight side, this fresh green bean recipe is here for any dinner need! Meaty mushrooms add delicious contrast to the fresh beans, and fresh sage adds a touch of sophistication. Who knew such an easy recipe could be full of such complex flavors?
Be sure you've got your ingredients prepped, because once you start cooking, this veggie side dish comes together FAST! And boy, it certainly makes sure you get your greens for the day. Green beans, green pepper, edamame, and bok choy create a healthy recipe full of textures and flavors. Asian flavors from teriyaki and ginger, plus crunchy, salty notes from peanuts make this a vegetable recipe everyone can get behind. You might as well double the recipe—folks will want seconds.
Simple ingredients combine to create this flavor-packed, healthy green bean salad recipe. It’s all about adding bold flavors like fresh parsley and lime juice to elevate greens beans and celery. Bonus, nothing in this recipe needs to be refrigerated, so you can double it to guarantee leftovers for a summer potluck, and kiss worries about rushing it back to a refrigerator goodbye.
Here it is, the green bean recipe everyone loves: green beans with almonds (what, you thought it was going to be a green bean casserole? Yeah, people love that, too, but it’s not as fast or as healthy)! We added a bit of fresh parsley and lemon zest to really amp up the fresh factor and make this healthy green bean recipe stand out from the others.
All the colors in this veggie side dish hint at the many wonderful flavors and textures waiting in each bite. Starchy potatoes, pungent olives, garlicky shallot, snappy green beans, juicy tomatoes, and a bright, fresh dressing team up to create your new favorite side dish. With 133 calories, 5 grams of fiber, and even a few grams of protein it’s a healthy recipe you’ll make again and again.
This best-loved green bean recipe MIGHT take you a bit longer than 30 minutes start to finish, depending on how quickly you chop veggies. But once you've trimmed the beans, sliced the mushrooms, and grated the ginger its really only a matter of dump, stir, and cook about 5 minutes. The extra prep pays off in taste and the "mmm's" about to come from everyone who eats it.
Sea salt and vinegar fans, your quest for the best green bean recipe is over! Even if you weren't actually on a quest, this healthy side dish is a game changer. Ample vinegar, a dash of sugar, a good dose of sea salt and just a hint of cayenne pepper take ho-hum green beans to, "holy cow, these are really good, what did you do to these?" green beans. Oh yeah, you can also make this green bean recipe a day ahead.
Hello, speedy, super-fresh side dish! With just one pan and 20 minutes you can whip up this double veggie and double herb green bean side dish to go with virtually any entrée. The bright, fresh flavors balance a meaty or starchy main dish deliciously.
Bright lemon flavor pairs with bold fennel to jazz up boiled green beans. Starting with almost 5 pounds of veggies means you end up with enough to serve about 10, so try this green bean recipe at your next dinner party or potluck.
Caramelized onions aren’t only found on restaurant menus. See how easy they are to make here as a flavorful complement to fresh green beans. Save yourself a step (and a pan) by using steam-in-bag veggies if you’re extra crunched for time.
Get a double dose of green veggies with this arugula and green bean combo. Peppery arugula is tempered by slightly wilting in oil and garlic with a bit of citrus to pair deliciously with slightly sweet, fresh green beans.
If you’ve got parsley and green beans on hand, we can virtually guarantee you’ve got everything else you need for this quick green bean recipe (the rest is just butter, garlic, salt, and pepper). This recipe cooks up fast, but you can partially make it a day ahead and chill to get it on the table even faster.
Just like most things, this green bean recipe is better with bacon! Don’t worry, we added just enough to make this healthy recipe feel indulgent while staying under 150 calories and offering 3 grams of fiber and 4 grams of protein. It’s a win-win.
Add a little crunch to your green beans with some seasoned, toasted bread crumbs. This recipe takes a tad longer than some of the others here, but only because they roast (hands off for you) for 20 minutes to give you that delicious charred flavor. This will quickly become one of the most requested side dishes in your home.