Tag Archives: veggies

Simple Veggie Pasta Salad

Salads and pasta salads make great hot-weather meals, and I really like this Simple Veggie Pasta Salad because it’s easy to make and the only cooking involved is for the pasta. I also like it because it’s so colorful! The orange bell pepper, shredded carrots, green onions, grape tomatoes, olives, and Cheddar cheese all combine to make this dish a feast for the eyes as well as the tummy! 🙂 The dressing that you toss everything in is simply your favorite Italian salad dressing (I used Olive Garden dressing). How easy is that?

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Veggie Potato Salad

Potato Salad is a favorite summer side dish of mine, and I wanted to try adding veggies to it—it’s always nice when you can work in some extra veggies to your food! I had an old potato salad recipe I had clipped from a magazine that had some veggies in it, so I modified that and added even more veggies to come up with this Veggie Potato Salad. I really like it and it’s filled with so many veggies, you could serve it as a light lunch on a bed of lettuce!

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Sheet Pan Roasted Vegetables

Recently, I’ve been posting recipes for sweet treats, so here’s a healthier recipe to balance that out! 🙂 I try to be good about eating my veggies and I eat raw veggies with dip every once in a while, but my favorite way to eat veggies is when they’re roasted. I just love them that way! They’re so easy to make—just cube or chop the veggies into bite-sized pieces, coat with an olive oil/balsamic vinegar/herb mixture, spread them out on a large sheet pan, and roast in your oven.

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Creamy Veggie Croissants

Creamy Veggie Croissants @ NancyCHere’s a recipe that’s easy to make and perfect for serving at a brunch, a light lunch, or tea time! Creamy Veggie Croissants have a delicious creamy filling made with mayonnaise, sour cream, and whipped cream cheese spread—and packed with lots of finely-chopped veggies and herbs. Serve this creamy mixture on a croissant over a lettuce leaf to make it even more appetizing. You can also add thinly-sliced deli meat like turkey or chicken (ham or beef would work, too), to make these sandwiches more of a meal.

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