Our Best Grilled Vegetables

Veggie Trio Salad
We're big fans of grilled vegetables. You can dish them up in a hurry on busy weeknights or serve a crowd at your next summer party. From crisp salads to colorful medleys, these versatile grilled vegetable recipes are quick, low-cal, and delicious.

Grilled Baby Carrots

Let's get to the root of it: Carrots are sweeter when grilled ... and draped in a lush yogurt sauce. Steak rub and pistachio sprinkles create a savory-sweet grilled veggie recipe.

Lemon-Veggie Foil Pack

Cauliflower, broccoli raab, and baby carrots grill in a foil pack with lemony accents for big, zesty flavor in a small package. Best of all, each serving is fat-free and has less than 30 calories.

Grilled Zucchini Parmigiana

This isn't your usual grilled zucchini! Hearty enough to pass as a main dish, the recipe layers thick zucchini slices with mozzarella cheese and a creamy white sauce. Although this dish may seem indulgent, four pounds of zucchini guarantee a veggie-filled bite.

Eggplant Panzanella

Customize this panzanella recipe with whatever grilled veggies you have on hand. Eggplant, zucchini, or yellow squash are all equally delicious when mixed with fresh tomato slices, creamy mozzarella, and crunchy homemade croutons.

Grilled Asparagus in Dill Butter

For an extra-tender, flavorful veggie side dish, drizzle asparagus with butter and sprinkle on garlic and dill before grilling. Finish with plenty of Parmesan cheese, and even non-veggie lovers will be going back for seconds.

Grilled Summer Artichokes

Skip the dip—grilled artichokes are the way to go when the weather gets warm. You can prep these veggies up to two days in advance, so they'll just need a few minutes on the grill before serving at your cookout.

Grilled Fennel and Tomatoes

You don't have to serve up a limp salad to get a helping of veggies. This recipe has a double dose, thanks to grilled tomato slices and fennel. The crisp, buttery breadcrumbs on top make this dish irresistible.

Yellow Squash and Feta Grilled Toast

Things are about to get heated. Introducing the ultimate (grilled) party crostini—featuring sunny summer squash and arugula on cream cheese-smeared toast.

Grilled Corn with Smoky Lime Butter

Smoked paprika mixes with zesty lime and butter for a delectable addition to classic grilled corn on the cob. Each serving is under 200 calories and ready in 30 minutes.

Grilled Okra and Tomatoes

The beauty of okra? It soaks up the deliciousness of its sidekicks. Pair it with garlicky cherry tomatoes and a trendy lemon aioli for your next patio party.

Grilled Polenta Wedges with Summer Squash

Hello, polenta pizza! These golden wedges are topped with grilled zucchini, squash, and homemade tomatillo slather. A squeeze of honey sweetens the fiery sauce.

Grilled Potato Slices

Grab the potatoes and step away from the oven. It's deck time! Fire up russet, red, and sweet potatoes on the grill, then top with capers and sun-dried tomatoes. A dunk in DIY creme fraiche gives them a creamy cooldown.

Grilled Baby Veggies with Arugula-Mint Pesto Sauce

Colorful baby veggies pack big flavor in this delicious grilled vegetable recipe. They marinate in a savory pesto made with fresh arugula, mint, pine nuts, and Parmesan, then grill to crispy perfection.

Artichokes with Tarragon Drizzle

Simple ingredients like fresh artichokes, olive oil, and green onions combine for a standout grilled vegetable side-dish recipe. The artichokes get boiled before grilling so they're extra tender, and our zesty Dijon-tarragon drizzle adds irresistible flavor.

Grilled Vegetable and Mozzarella Ensalada

Dig into a gorgeous layered salad made with Italian veggies and fresh mozzarella cheese. Four different vegetables marinate in a tangy pear-infused vinaigrette, then take on delicious tenderness and flavor on the grill.

Grilled Romaine Panzanella

Mix up your salad routine with a quick and easy dish that boasts grilled romaine, cherry tomatoes, ciabatta croutons, and a savory bacon and red wine vinaigrette. Grill your favorite protein, such as chicken or shrimp, at the same time, and serve together for a satisfying summer meal.

Grilled Romaine Salad with Tomato and Corn Tumble

Romaine hearts take on just the right amount of tenderness and smoky flavor after a quick stint on the grill. Topped with more of your favorite summer veggies, this nutrition-packed side dish healthfully balances a protein-packed entree.

Elote Asado

Put a Mexican-inspired twist on a classic summer side. Brushing a butter-lime mixture onto corn during grilling and sprinkling with a chile-cilantro seasoning adds tremendous flavor to grilled corn on the cob.

Grilled Asparagus Soup with Chile Croutons

Simmer crisp grilled asparagus with sauteed onions, then puree together for a unique and delicious bisque. Homemade sriracha croutons add a touch of heat.

Southwestern Stuffed Roasted Peppers

For a healthy, veggie-loaded dinner, dig into these grilled stuffed peppers. Each is brimming with shrimp, vegetables, and corn bread stuffing. Alfredo sauce and cilantro add a fresh and creamy finish.

Editor's Tip: Tailor to your tastes by exchanging the shrimp for chicken breast or pork sausage, or by omitting meat entirely.

Grilled Arugula Bruschetta

This savory 99-calorie appetizer is perfect for a summer get-together. Layer roasted garlic, creamy mozzarella, and zippy arugula on toasted Italian bread, then grill. Each slice is topped with basil pesto for indulgent flavor.

Smoky Grilled Vegetable Torte

Going meatless a few nights a week is an easy and delicious way to stay healthy, and this company-worthy recipe fills the bill. Colorful layers of grilled vegetables, polenta, and cheese stack up to one showstopping vegetarian dinner any summer crowd will love.

Margarita Grilled Corn

Bring margaritas to the table in a new way with a fun spin on grilled corn. A mixture of melted butter, chile powder, lime salt, and fresh lime juice jazzes up each serving.

Zucchini Boats with Bacon Gremolata

Crispy bacon gremolata with Parmesan cheese makes the perfect filling for tender grilled zucchini boats. Thanks to salty bacon and cheese, this side dish tastes indulgent yet has under 200 calories per serving.

Veggie-Trio Salad

Cayenne pepper, fresh basil, and a splash of balsamic vinegar give this grilled trio its irresistible flavor. You can serve this dish warm or at room temperature, so it's a fuss-free addition to your next cookout, too.

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