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More veggies, please! These tasty and nutritious side dishes will have your family begging for more.
Heat up the healthy part of your meal with these sweet, savory and delicious recipes for grilled fruit and vegetables.
An easy and convenient way to cook corn during a cookout.
Celebrate spring with this riot of color, served warm or cold.
Kids love the fried onions, so this casserole is great for getting them to eat green beans.
These little creatures are a great way to get your kids to eat a couple vegetables.
Seasoned with spiced butter, this grilled corn makes plain boiled corn pale in comparison. Plus, your kids will think it's really cool to cook the ears right in their husks.
When Lisa S. was growing up in North Carolina, she and her cousins pitched in every Thanksgiving to make this generations-old recipe. "We would throw sticks up in the pecan trees in the backyard to knock down the pecans," says Lisa.
Tossed with a brown sugar and butter glaze, these carrots taste slightly sweet and look perfectly shiny.
Fat-free, herb-seasoned crouton crumbs add texture and flavor to these onion rings without adding hassle -- or fat.
With its creamy cheese sauce and accent of bacon, this decadent recipe may tempt even the green-vegetable averse. It can be made early in the day, refrigerated, then baked before mealtime.
Fruit adds a slightly sweet flavor to this colorful slaw.