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  • Omelets are an all-time favorite breakfast recipe. If you're looking for a healthy option, packed with the goodness of vegetables, this colorful recipe may be for you. It's easy, nourishing, and tastes great.Explore Recipe »

  • Simple, filling and tasty vegetable rice is a great way to get rid of those odd vegies left in the fridge. It could be a side dish, or perhaps a light lunch with plain yogurt.Explore Recipe »

  • This is the classic Shepherd's Pie with its creamy cheese and potato topping, and saucy bean and vegetable base.Explore Recipe »

  • Try this healthy twist on an old favorite that everyone can enjoy.Explore Recipe »

  • Split pea soup doesn’t need a ham bone to taste delicious! This vegetarian version is flavorful and satisfying, especially when paired with a slice of whole grain bread or toast. You can soak the split peas in water ahead of time (for 4 to 8 hours) to reduce the cooking time. Otherwise, you will have to simmer the soup for longer (1 to 2 hours in total) to enjoy tender peas.Explore Recipe »

  • Asian cuisine is often off-limits for people with food allergies – but not this Vietnamese-inspired dish!Explore Recipe »

  • Remember: Smoothies are not beverages, they're meal replacements, so keep their nutrition facts in mind when considering your overall diet plan. This fruity, slushy drink is a favorite among Caribbean vacationers. You can enjoy this non-alcoholic version anytime of the day--even for breakfast!Explore Recipe »

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