Vegetable Recipes

Eating your veggies has never tasted so good! Browse this collection of deliciously creative side dish recipes featuring vegetables of all kinds.


In-A-Jiff Corn Casserole

By Tam D
Scalloped, casserole, souffle -- whatever you call it, this recipe is a family favorite! It's super...

German Sauerkraut & Bratwurst & Bacon Onion Potatoes

By Terrie Hoelscher
This is authentic! I lived in Germany for 3+ years, and this is the way my...

Cashew Cabbage

By Susan Feliciano
The New Year always sparks my resolve to eat more vegetables. I have not made this...

Krautfleckerl- Hungarian Cabbage and Noodles

By Marsha Gardner
This dish has its roots in Hungary but is also popular in Austria and Germany. My...

Anytime Sour Cream Green Beans

By Linda Tarpening
This has been a holiday staple since I was small. It is unbelievably wonderful! Never tried...

Zucchini and Squash Au Gratin

By Bobbie Seacrist
This zucchini and squash au gratin is an amazing side dish and cooks up so quick...

Steamed Cabbage With Smoked Sausage & Red Potatoes

By Dene Mitzel
Don't forget to have your New year's Day cabbage for prosperity in the new year! ...

Felicia's Famous String Beans an Potatoes

By Felicia Pearson
My family loves when I cook this side for them I hope if you make this...

Roasted Butternut Squash With Sage & Dried Cherries

By Jo Zimny
It's fall and time for squash. I love butternut squash and paired with the sage...

Roasted Carrots, Thanksgiving Favorite

By Teresa Bailey
I made these for Thanksgiving and the family said they were the best carrots they had...

Bea's Baked Cabbage

By Bea L.
We love cabbage here at this household. My friend, Rudy, had the best cabbage I had...

Eggplant Parmesan

By Jennifer Bass
Since we always do more than one family dinner for Christmas, my family and I have...

Roasted Stuffed Zucchini & Summer Squash

By Catherine Lachance
These are easy, yummy and you can bake them in the oven alongside your main dish....

Fried Zucchini

By Kim Biegacki
My Grammie (Roberta Campbell) used to make this all the time. We always had zucchini growing...

Brown Sugar & Cinnamon Butternut Squash

By Holly Grier- Wallace
I love butternut squash just about any way, but with brown sugar, butter and cinnamon it's...

Oven Roasted Cauliflower

By Elizabeth Dekle
Everyone loves this recipe and there are NEVER leftovers! It's adapted from a dish I order...

Brussels Sprouts With Onion and Bacon

By Lisa Johnson
My family loves Brussels sprouts and I do too. I make them for supper and it...

Glorious Baked Cheese Cauliflower

By Kelly Williams
My hubby doesn't care for cauliflower, so I get to make a small casserole dish of...

Butternut Squash, Carrot, Apple & Cranberry Salad

By Darci Juris
Five servings of vegetables a day... that's what they say. This recipe should easily help you...

Brown Sugar and Apple Filled Acorn Squash

By Kathie Carr
In the fall there were always apples in the orchard and squash in the garden. This...

Awesome Potato Au Gratin with Fennel and Leek

By Kathie Carr
This is a rich, delicious side dish worthy of Thanksgiving but also good for a backyard...

Honey Glazed Carrots

By Marsha Gardner
Any way to make kids eat their veggies. Adults love them prepared this way as...
18 Cozy Soup Recipes

18 Cozy Soup Recipes


There’s nothing better than a big bowl of comforting soup on a cool fall day. Pair with your favorite crusty bread recipe for a delicious meal the entire family will love. Everyone will be begging for more of these homemade soup recipes!

What To Make With a Brick of Cream Cheese

What To Make With a Brick of Cream Cheese


Cream cheese can be used for so much more than just adding a schmear to a toasted bagel. You can’t make a New York-style cheesecake without it. Cream cheese makes macaroni and cheese even creamier. When sweetened, it’s the best frosting. But those aren’t the only ways to cook or bake with cream cheese. Breakfast, […]

How to Make Lasagna

How to Make Lasagna


Lasagna is popular around the world. There are varying opinions of its origin. Many think its infancy is in Greece stemming from the Greek word “laganon” which refers to dough cut in strips. Proud Italians believe it has its roots in Naples, Italy. Others claim the oldest written recipe was found in a British cookbook. […]