Keep a batch of these patties in your freezer for a quick-fix dinner — they’ve got way less sodium than the store-bought ones.
BBQ Chickpea & Cauliflower Flatbreads with Avocado Mash
Your avocado toast is getting a makeover …
Supercarb Loaded Sweet Potatoes
These spuds are fully loaded with none of the guilt.
Veggie Lo Mein
Sometimes you can’t be bothered to cook for longer than 15 minutes. On those days, these noodles are your BFF.
Grilled Asparagus and Shitake Tacos
Taco Tuesday is no longer a threat to your waistline.
Quinoa Risotto with Arugula-Mint Pesto
Let’s make quinotto a thing. It’s warm and filling but a lot less heavy than creamy rice versions.
Roasted Squash and Pumpkin Seed Mole Bowls
Do yourself a favor and make a double batch of that vegan tomatillo mole.
This is the meatiest non-meat burger you will ever taste in your life, thanks to hearty ingredients like mushrooms, walnuts and quinoa.
Creamy Vegan Linguine with Wild Mushrooms
How did we get this pasta so cheesy tasting without the cheese? Follow the link to meet our secret ingredient.
Vegetarian Chili Macaroni
Meat lovers and shunners will flip for this healthier version of comforting chili-mac.
Garden Greens and Pumpernickel Panzanella
Panzanella is basically a bread salad, so sign us right up.
Brussels Sprout and Basil Bowties
Who knew pasta could be so fresh and so clean?
Roasted Tomato and Chive Pizza
Load up your pie with veggies and don’t even think twice about asking for seconds (or thirds).
Supergreen Mushroom and Orzo Soup
This cozy soup is infinitely adaptable. Use whatever greens and grains you have on hand.
Tomato Soup With Quesadilla Dippers
For this gazpacho inspired soup, vine-ripened tomatoes are flame-grilled and pureed smooth, then flash-chilled in the fridge. On the side: quick quesadillas with melted Monterey Jack for delicious dunking.
Juicy, just-picked peaches play off the pearl barley, chickpeas and cucumbers in this filling, supper-worthy salad. Serve over a bed of Boston lettuce leaves for a colorful and cooling meal that can be assembled in minutes.
Tomato Tarte Tatin
Frozen puff pastry is the shortcut secret to this single-skillet supper, which combines caramelized plum tomatoes and a golden-crisp crust in every savory bite. A garnish of goat cheese and basil finishes it off.
Tex-Mex Bean Burger
What could be more satisfying than a classic burger? Here’s the vegetarian-friendly way to do it right.
Grilled Ratatouille Pasta
With colorful peppers, red onion and ripe plum tomatoes, this recipe is bursting with flavor.
Full of finely chopped veggies and protein, this southwest-inspired recipe is low in fat and high in taste.
Two-Cheese Corn Gratin
Squash, tomatoes and corn are roasted then baked to perfection for a cheesy casserole-esque dish your whole family will love.
Easy Tomato Risotto
This tomato risotto recipe can be cooked in about half an hour — making it a perfect dish if you’re in a rush but still wanting to whip up a healthy meal. The best part about this recipe? No stove required!
White Bean Panzanella Salad
Tangy with a little crunch to it, this recipe is a healthy alternative to your typical mayonnaise-based coleslaw or potato salad.
This substantial fire-seared portobello burger, slathered with basil mayo and sandwiched in a ciabatta bun, is brawny enough for beef lovers. Before grilling, brush the mushrooms with rosemary-garlic oil for a rich, robust taste.
Cauliflower Mac and Cheese
Even the pickiest eaters will love this veggie-filled twist on the classic dish. With less than 350 calories per serving, it’s sure to have people asking for a second (or third!) helping.
couscous with Olives and Green Beans
Kalamata olives and Israeli couscous transform this meal into a Mediterranean-inspired dish. Plus, pinto beans pack this plate with protein.
Lentil Stew with Butternut Squash
This sweet yet savory stew is the perfect slow-cooker recipe to warm up the family on a chilly day.
Whole-Grain Shells with Goat Cheese and Walnuts
Goat cheese and walnuts turn a boring bowl of pasta into a unique and hearty meal that takes less than 30 minutes to prepare.
Mexican Veggie Stacks
These stuffed tomatoes are filled with zucchini, corn and onions spiced with chili powder for a low-cal Mexican meal.
With 20 grams of protein, who can resist lo mein packed with veggies and tons of Asian flavors?
Green Beans with Mixed Mushrooms
This light alternative to the classic casserole will bring a fresh-from-the-garden taste to your meal, thanks to the green beans, mushroom medley and thyme.
Scalloped Potatoes with Green Onions
Creamy and cheesy, this potato casserole is the ultimate comfort food. Your dinner guests won’t be able to resist the slight green-onion kick in each bite.
Maple-Cranberry Sweet Potatoes
This alternative to the sweet potato casserole is not only a beautiful display but it’s also easy to prepare ahead of time. Make your syrup and potatoes the day before and just pop it in the oven 20 minutes before dinnertime.
Butternut Squash and Pesto Rotini
This quick and easy pasta dish blends the sweetness of butternut squash with pesto’s earthy flavor. Use packaged squash, and it will take almost no time to prepare.
This buttery, fluffy mix of cornmeal, kernels and Parmesan cheese boasts a rich flavor without tasting too heavy.
Apple Cider Braised Greens
Apples and greens dance together in this tangy, low-cal dish that will please a hungry crowd. Prep it up to two days in advance, so you can stress less the day of the party.
armigiana Pasta Bake
This simple, yet elegant, main course will have everybody begging for seconds.
SOURCE: Good Housekeeping, Gabriella Vigoreaux