When it comes to picky-eater-approved vegetables, potatoes rank fairly high on the list. These tasty tubers are versatile and easy to season—you’d be hard-pressed to find an herb or spice that doesn’t pair well with these mild-flavored veggies.
Elevate yams from yawn to yowza by wrapping them in savory Italian prosciutto. In this mouthwatering recipe, roasted sweet potatoes and maple syrup soften the combination of salty cured ham and bitter balsamic vinegar.
Uncooked carrots are bright, grassy, and crunchy. Toss them in spiced brown butter and slowly roast for 30 minutes like in this Roasted Carrots with Ayib and Awaze Vinaigrette recipe from Bon Appétit, and they become fork-tender and deliciously savory-sweet.
There are over 400 bean varieties in the world, which means even the most finicky veggie-eaters should be able to find a bean (or two or three) they love. Beans taste best when they’ve had time to meld with sauce and/or spices, making them great slow-cooker candidates.
Speaking of BBQ, these plant-based BBQ sliders are a foolproof way to incorporate more spaghetti squash into your diet and use up the insane amount of squash that seems to pop up around mid to late summer
Cauliflower is more than just an oft-passed-over option in veggie party platters. When steamed, mashed, and seasoned like in this loaded cauliflower recipe, it becomes a hearty entree that tastes like potatoes with half the calories.
Cherry tomatoes’ crisp, candy-like flavor complements the robust flavor of pork sausage beautifully in this sweet cherry tomato and sausage bake from world-class Chef Jamie Oliver