You won't miss the meat with this easy, cheesy baked pasta! To prepare ahead of time, cover unbaked lasagna tightly with foil and refrigerate no longer than 24 hours. About 1 1/2 hours before serving, heat oven to 350ºF. Bake covered 45 minutes. Uncover and bake 15 to 20 minutes longer or until hot and bubbly. Sprinkle with additional mozzarella cheese. Let stand 15 minutes before cutting and then serve!
You won't miss the meat with this easy, three-cheesy pasta dish! To prepare ahead of time, cover unbaked lasagna tightly with foil and refrigerate no longer than 24 hours. About 1 1/2 hours before serving, heat oven to 350ºF. Bake covered 45 minutes. Uncover and bake 15 to 20 minutes longer or until hot and bubbly. Sprinkle with additional mozzarella cheese. Let stand 15 minutes before cutting.
Looking for a spectacular vegetarian main dish? Try this hearty rigatoni bake featuring eggplant, zucchini and onion. If you're crunched for time, put this dish together the night before. Just bake it 10 minutes longer before topping with the cheese, and you'll be good to go!
Garden full of zucchini? Transform tender, fresh squash into a delicious dinner pie, made easy with Bisquick! Company coming over? Assemble your pie a few hours ahead of time and place it in the refrigerator. Just before your guests arrive, bake and enjoy warm pie right out of the oven!
This focaccia's bright colors come from the yellow and red grape tomatoes sprinkled throughout , complemented by Asiago cheese, garlic, fresh oregano and olive oil. Add a green salad for a satisfying, balanced vegetarian meal!
If you aren't familiar with wheat berry, it's a healthy whole-grain that pairs great with most salad ingredients. This recipe is Italian-inspired, topped with tomatoes, basil and fresh feta!
Cauliflower, crushed tortilla chips and fiber-filled black beans make tasty, crispy cakes an ideal meatless main dish or as a side with chicken or beef.
A super-quick supper, made with frozen cauliflower & cheese sauce--who knew tacos could be this easy? Don't love black beans? Try dark red kidney beans or red beans instead!
Whether you're looking to save calories or pennies, these meat-free meals deliver on both without skimping on flavor. We're willing to bet no one will even notice they’re technically vegetarian!
Transform store-bought pie crust and a host of veggies into a rustic tart that'll knock the socks off the vegetarians at your table! You can substitute cubed Yukon Gold potatoes for the fingerlings or try different vegetables such as eggplant, zucchini, mixed colors of bell peppers or sweet yellow onion instead of red (using a total of 5 cups of vegetables). The roasting time may vary, so watch carefully to avoid scorching!
Why stuff peppers with rice when you can use delicious soba noodles instead? This tasty, Asian-inspired dish can either be a meatless main dish or a tasty side dish for fish, pork or chicken.
This light, fresh vegetarian main dish makes your meatless Monday a breeze, plus any leftovers are great for lunch! Black sesame seed adds a great unexpected color and light crunch to this dish, but plain toasted sesame seed makes a great substitution.
Kale, garlic and cheese top a whole-grain crust to create a delicious flat-bread pizza. Missing the meat? Add cubed cooked chicken or sausage crumbles!
Stir-fry is a quick-cooking technique that brings out the best in fresh vegetables. Try this dish starring kale, sugar snap peas, carrots and mushrooms for a deliciously easy meatless Monday dinner.
Cauliflower in steak form? Yes, that’s right! These are downright delicious, and a fabulous idea when you have vegetarian or vegan friends coming for dinner.
Meatless chili featuring organic fire-roasted tomatoes, black beans and sweet corn!
Must-make chili for vegetarians!
Gluten Free flatbread with fresh peaches, goat cheese and arugula is a great appetizer!
These saucy enchiladas are loaded with black beans, corn and cheese!
Cheddar cheese and broccoli in a pie that makes its own crust while it bakes!
Grilled Veggie Ten Minute Tacos!
Try topping with lettuce, green onion, salsa, and a bit of fresh cilantro! Yum!
Bean and Sweet Potato Burritos. 8 WW points. I used black beans that I mashed with a potato masher instead of refried beans and I used fat-free shredded cheese. I also used only 1 tsps of chili powder and 1 whole onion. It was really good, and really filling.
Lentil and White Bean Sloppy Joe! Blogger Cindy Ensley of Hungry Girl por Vida makes a veggie-filled, meatless version of a childhood favorite.