10 Vegetarian Recipes

Vegetarian Recipes

Vegetarian Recipes

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Vegetarian Recipes are healthy and can be very tasty too.

Meatless dishes have become increasingly popular recently. More and more people are becoming more and more aware of what types of foods they are consuming. Vegetarian dishes are even popular among meat eaters. A lot of people are trying to watch their grocery budget and incorporating meatless dinners into their menu can save you a lot of money!

10 Vegetarian Recipes

1. Black Bean Soup – This sounds like a very filling dish, even without the added meat. Also a perfect dish for those cold evenings!

2. Vegetarian Soft Tacos – If you have never tried vegetarian tacos, you are missing out! You need meat to have an amazing taco.

3. Meatless Pasta – Any pasta without the meat is going to make your dollar stretch a little further.

4. Taco Salad With Meatless Option – This recipe has an option for both meatless and with meat. The taco salad looks really good, this is a great summer dish.

5. Vegetarian No Boil Ziti – This recipe is a no boil pasta recipe! No waiting for the water to boil? I’m sold! Sounds like a time saver and the recipe looks pretty tasty.

6. Basil and Lemon Spagetti – Even if you’re not a vegetarian or don’t normally enjoy meatless dishes, this was might just persuade you. Just the name of it sounds amazing! I can’t wait to try this one.

7. Roasted Roots – Roasted roots are so good and you can really get creative with the seasoning.

8. Vegetable Pesto Lasagna – Lasagna doesn’t need meat in it to be tasty. This vegetarian pasta uses pesto sauce and pesto sauce makes just about anything taste good.

9. Veggie Pita Salad – This veggie Pita salad would be a great lunch or a quick dinner during the summer. Either way I’m sure most people will really enjoy this one.

10. Roasted Pepper Brushetta – Brushetta is a popular Italian appetizer but added roasted red peppers and you have an amazing appetizer. Your friends and family will really think you out did yourself on this one.

Do you have a favorite Vegetarian Dish?

Vegetarian Recipes for Kids ~ Real Fruit Popsicles

Vegetarian Recipes for Kids Real Fruit Popsicles

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Vegetarian Recipes for Kids: Real Fruit Popsicles

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Popsicles our childhood pasttime for a lot of people. As children, they cooled us down during hot summer days, and soothed sore throats when we were sick. As adults, they take us back to those childhood memories, when days were little simpler, and we didn’t have as many things to do. The sweet concoctions were always in the freezer, whether they be on a stick or in a tube. I remember days when my mom would make them in a Tupperware popsicle maker and that was really cool. Lately, there’s been an upsurge in eating healthy, and Real Fruit Popsicles have found new life with a healthy lifestyle.

Real Fruit Popsicles are Perfect Vegetarian Recipes for Kids

Real Fruit Popsicles are easy to make with fruit that is in season, or fruit that you have frozen. Right now, there are many different styles of popsicle makers on the market. These inexpensive plastic containers are perfectly designed for making your favorite combination of fruit into the delicious Real Fruit Popsicles. The only other thing you need to make these fresh fruit popsicles is a small food processor, or even a potato masher will do. You can make your Real Fruit Popsicles with as many different fruits as you like.  I chose three of my favorite fruits and went to town. Since the fruit is thick when you use your food processor, it layers nicely giving you a clean line and a beautiful look.

 

Vegetarian Recipes for Kids ~ Real Fruit Popsicles

Yield: 4 popsicles

Vegetarian Recipes for Kids ~ Real Fruit Popsicles

Ingredients

  • 2 kiwis, peeled and sliced
  • 1 C blueberries, rinsed and stems removed
  • 1 C strawberries, rinsed, stems removed, and sliced

Instructions

  1. Pulse the kiwi in a food processor until smooth.
  2. Place in the bottom of each cavity of a popsicle mold.
  3. Rinse the food processor out and repeat with each of the other fruits.
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  5. Add the popsicle sticks.
  6. Freeze at least 4 hours, or until the fruit is set up and frozen.
  7. Serve!
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Real Fruit Popsicles in Winter

If you’re like me and want to make Real Fruit Popsicles in winter, the easiest thing to do is freeze your fruit ahead of time when it’s in season. Whether it be peaches, blueberries, plums, anything really, peel it and slice it, then just place it in a plastic zippy bag in your freezer. When you’re ready to make your Real Fruit Popsicles let the bag sit for 5 or 10 minutes on your counter then process it as normal. You’ll have fresh summer Real Fruit Popsicles in the middle of winter to remind you of warmer days. It’s fantastic when you have that lingering sore throat that just won’t quite go away and a great addition to your vegetarian recipes for kids.

 

2 kiwis, peeled and sliced
1 C blueberries, rinsed and stems removed
1 C strawberries, rinsed, stems removed, and sliced
Pulse the kiwi in a food processor until smooth.
Place in the bottom of each cavity of a popsicle mold.
Rinse the food processor out and repeat with each of the other fruits.
Add the popsicle sticks.
Freeze at least 4 hours, or until the fruit is set up and frozen.
Serve!

Whether it’s summer or winter, Real Fruit Popsicles are a delicious treat and an  easy way to get your fruit.

 

Vegetarian Recipes for Kids – Crabbiless Guacamole Rolls

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Vegetarian Recipes for Kids: Crabbiless Guacamole Rolls

Vegetarian recipes for kids are hard to find. There are many recipes out there for adults but like other “adult food,” they just sit on your plate and wait for you to eat them. Crabbiless Guacamole Rolls make mealtime not only fun for the kiddos to eat but also fun to make too. With a few simple ingredients commonly found in guacamole you can make these adorable little rolls that look like crabs in minutes and see smiles light up your kids faces!

Simple Ingredients for Crabbiless Guacamole Rolls and Other Vegetarian Recipes for Kids

The ingredient list for these cute rolls is short. I use Napa cabbage, which looks a lot like romaine lettuce, but if you’ve never used it before, it has a light cabbage flavor. Supple leaves, yet a crisp texture, give this leaf an edge in these Crabbiless Guacamole Rolls.  Wrapped inside are layers of tomatoes and avocado slices, the two main ingredients in my guacamole recipe. Creamy and tart, they taste delicious curled up in a cabbage leaf. If you’d like a  dressing, you could pair this with just a sprinkling of lime juice or lemon juice or even your favorite salad dressing.  Napa cabbage works great in many vegetarian recipes for kids that take romaine lettuce.

 

Vegetarian Recipes for Kids – Crabbiless Guacamole Rolls

Vegetarian Recipes for Kids – Crabbiless Guacamole Rolls

Ingredients

  • 1 head Napa cabbage
  • 1 pint grape tomatoes
  • 1 avocado, peeled and sliced thin
  • 1 lemon, juiced
  • toothpicks

Instructions

  1. Wash the cabbage and try it gently with paper towels.
  2. With a sharp knife, cut the center vein out of the cabbage, about halfway up the leaf. Discard.
  3. Slice a few of the grape tomatoes, leaving two whole for each cabbage leaf. Place on the cabbage leaf.
  4. Layer the avocado.
  5. Roll the cabbage, from the white ends to the leafy green part. Secure with two toothpicks, inserted so they angle from the outside in.
  6. Place a grape tomato on the end of each toothpick, forming the eyes.
  7. Serve your Crabbiless Guacamole Rolls with lemon juice or dressing.
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Not a Cabbage Fan?  Versatility in Vegetarian Recipes for Kids because Crabbiless Guacamole Rolls have Options

Not everyone likes cabbage, even the mild Napa cabbage.  If you or your kiddos don’t enjoy the cruciferous vegetable, try using Romaine lettuce!  The crisp texture will be loved, and the familiar flavor will make Crabbiless Guacamole Rolls a favorite in your family.  If your family does enjoy Napa cabbage, try it in other vegetarian recipes for kids that call for traditional cabbage.  It’s a great way to introduce this wonderful veggie!

 

1 head Napa cabbage

1 pint grape tomatoes

1 avocado, peeled and sliced thin

1 lemon, juiced

toothpicks

 

Wash the cabbage and try it gently with paper towels.

With a sharp knife, cut the center vein out of the cabbage, about halfway up the leaf.  Discard.

Slice a few of the grape tomatoes, leaving two whole for each cabbage leaf.

Layer the tomatoes and avocado.

Roll the cabbage, from the white ends to the leafy green part.  Secure with two toothpicks, inserted so they angle from the outside in.

Place a grape tomato on the end of each toothpick, forming the eyes.

Serve your Crabbiless Guacamole Rolls with lemon juice or dressing.

 

Keep away the crabbies about boring vegetarian recipes for kids, and make Crabbiless Guacamole Rolls!