Baked Vegetables-Eat by Color Style!

If you’re looking for a new way to cook vegetables, this method is quick, easy, and DELICIOUS!  Baking vegetables in the oven gives them a different taste it seems without adding any seasoning to them.  My husband and I have been making this frequently and we go through half the pan in one meal!  We pile the veggies high though, so this could serve a family of 4 if you put your portions to 1/2 a cup.

Ingredients:

Vegetables of your liking (Broccoli, cauliflower, and baby carrots are featured in this photo)

Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Baked Veggies before

Directions:

Set your oven to 450 degrees.  Slice your selected veggies to bite size pieces, and place them on a cookie sheet (you may need to put a non-stick spray on depending on the coating of your cookie sheet).  Spread out the vegetables so they’re in a single layer.  Drizzle the olive oil over top of the vegetables (it doesn’t need to be coated).  Place in the oven and set the timer for 45 minutes.

I like to flip the veggies over half way through the cooking time so they cook more evenly, but it is not necessary.  If you want some heat, add a small amount of Red Pepper Flakes after baking.

Baked Veggies after

Would you like some more fast, easy, side dish Eat by Color Recipes?

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