Make one of our healthy vegetarian recipes for a colourful, low calorie midweek meal. Our low calorie vegetarian dishes make healthy eating really easy. Try vegetarian curry recipes, quick pasta dishes and low calorie one pots…
These veggie soba noodle pots are a great lunch box idea. Ready in just 20 minutes, under 500 calories and packed full of flavour. We have plenty of ideas for healthy lunch boxes here.
This quick and easy vegan som tam salad, uses courgetti for extra colour, taste and substance. If you wanted a more authentic flavour though, use fish sauce instead of tamari (gluten free sauce).
This broccoli and roasted red pepper frittata makes for a quick, healthy and delicious midweek meal. It’s on the table in just 20 minutes, plus it’s low-cal and 5:2 diet-friendly. Plenty more frittata and omelette ideas here, folks.
This recipe is super zesty and buttery and great when you’re short on time. Low calorie and meat free make this the perfect start to the week.
This yaki udon noodle recipe is ready in 20 minutes and under 300 calories. Leave out the Worcestershire sauce for a vegetarian version.
Not to be confused with the ever-so-popular deep fried onion bhaji, this recipe is vegan, gluten-free and low in calories. Made with aubergines and packed full of spices, this dish is the perfect go-to dinner for Meat Free Monday.
This quick and easy soba noodle salad with teriyaki mushrooms is vegetarian, ready in 30 minutes, and under 300 calories.
This spinach and ricotta vegetarian pie made with filo pastry is very light at under 200 calories per slice. Ready in under an hour you can make it ahead and cook it when you need it.
These pan-roasted cauli steaks with sauce vierge are a great way to use this on-trend ingredient. They’re vegetarian, ready in 30 minutes and under 300 calories. Make one of our cauliflower recipes here.
Socca originated in Nice, but it’s very trendy in the US now. The chickpea pancake can be used as a wrap, flatbread for dipping or pizza base. Light toppings make it a healthy snack.
Lentils are a great way to make a meal vegetarian. Swap these for your usual meatballs and your family will hardly notice the difference. Plus, they’re low-cal and ready in just 40 minutes – perfect midweek.
This super-quick and easy mushroom and tarragon stroganoff makes for a great, healthy midweek meal, ready in just 15 minutes and under 300 calories.
A great low-calorie recipe for vegetarians. A hearty chickpea burger stuffed into a pitta pocket. For a smoky flavour, try cooking these easy-to-make falafel on the BBQ then serve in warm pitta with traditional pickled chillies.
Quick, easy and healthy vegetarian stir-fry. Baby aubergines cook in minutes and soak up the flavour of mirin to make a fast and filling midweek meal. Serve with rice on the side.
This hearty salad is vegetarian and easy to make but is packed full of different flavours and textures. It goes particularly well with tea-smoked salmon.
A few clever cheats make this satisfying sesame falafel salad with tahini sauce quick and easy.
This chickpea and squash coconut curry is a great healthy, vegetarian midweek meal. If you can get it, Alpro coconut milk alternative has less saturated fat and fewer calories than regular coconut milk as it’s made with a rice milk base.
Kale is so 2015. This year it’s all about brussels, especially raw, shredded and deep-fried. Try them in this twist on a classic waldorf.
This recipe for spring veg and lemon broth is a quick, easy and healthy meal to make midweek – plus it’s under 300 calories.
This spring salad with purple sprouting broccoli, peas and mozzarella is a quick and easy veggie meal for two, and it’s under 300 calories.
Easy recipe for stuffed courgettes. Pack the insides with quinoa, cherry tomatoes, mushrooms and goat’s cheese before baking. A healthy vegetarian main course.
Okra, or ladies fingers, is a subtle-flavoured vegetable that works well with strong flavours. This recipe with bulgar wheat, mint, parsley and lemon is ideal.
This recipe for za’atar aubergine steaks with sesame dressing and pomegranate makes for a quick, easy and delicious veggie dinner. Plus, it’s under 300 calories and gluten free.
Freekeh is made from cracked, roasted green wheat. It works well for risotto as the grains keep their bite when cooked.
You’ve heard of courgetti and cauliflower steaks, but what about beetroot rice? Beetroot rice is set to be the next big vegetable trend – try it as a super-healthy no-cook main for two.