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Veggies, but make it ~tasty.~
But with a little love, you can transform veggies into something indulgent, comforting, and totally delicious. So here are 16 recipes even die-hard veggie haters will love:
Cauliflower is actually pretty hearty, so it makes sense that it works perfectly in this vegetarian version of the take-out classic. Get the recipe.
Spaghetti squash is the perfect thing to replace pasta noodles with. It has long strands that hold up well to flavorful sauces and a mild, neutral flavor. Get the recipe.
These indulgent cheese balls cram two whole cups of veggies in them — but you would never know. Get the recipe.
Even if you hate brussels sprouts, this gratin loaded with cream and parmesan is pretty much impossible to dislike. Get the recipe.
These easy DIY tots swap regular potatoes for flavorful sweet potatoes to make it even more delicious. Get the recipe.
These crispy zucchini spears make the perfect snack and are great for dipping into your favorite sauce. Get the recipe.
Crispy asparagus fries are the perfect alternative to regular French fries and help you eat your green veg without even trying. Get the recipe.
In my opinion, everything tastes better wrapped in bacon — and carrots are no exception. Get the recipe.
This veggie-packed yakisoba recipe swaps noodles for spaghetti squash — and it cooks it in the microwave to make it in a matter of minutes. Get the recipe.
These sweet and spicy cauliflower "wings" are the perfect game day snack. Get the recipe.
To make perfect slices, make sure to cut your cabbage from top to bottom (not horizontally) so it holds its shape and doesn't fall apart. Get the recipe.
Frying brussels sprouts gives them a crispy texture and super savory flavor — a major improvement from the steamed version most people are used to. Get the recipe.
Double dipping the beans in the breading gives them a super crispy coating that stands up well to dipping sauce. Get the recipe.
Make sure to buy zucchinis that are nice and meaty to make sure there's enough room to stuff them. Get the recipe.
Chive-flavored sea salt takes these crispy beet chips from good to great — and don't worry, it's actually easier to make than you think. Get the recipe.
The key to getting these artichokes nice and crispy is making sure you completely drain them and dry them off before breading. Get the recipe.
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