Looking for vegetable traybake recipes? Want some quick veggie meal inspiration? We’ve got plenty of convenient dinner ideas that make the most of seasonal veg. Take out the stress and save on washing up with these meat-free ideas for the whole family.
Vegetable traybake recipes
Get a taste of the Mediterranean with this fresh and vibrant veggie dinner, ready in 30 minutes. It packs in seasonal veg, such as courgette and cherry tomatoes, along with moreish, salty halloumi.
Check out our spiced chickpea traybake with potatoes, topped with thin, crunchy filo pastry and black onion seeds. This easy recipe is ready in under an hour and serves four. It’s best eaten on the day it’s made, while the pastry is still crisp.
Fill giant pasta shells with creamy ricotta and spinach, then bake in tomato sauce. This simple vegetarian meal can be on the table in under an hour, with minimal washing up. It makes an impressive-looking dinner party dish, too.
Waxy potatoes, mushrooms and chestnuts – these are three ingredients that sit very well together on a plate. Add a slosh of sherry, and you have a midweek meal that is as impressive as it is easy.
Looking for a comforting traybake? Check out our easy baked cauliflower with manchego cheese and crunchy almonds. It’s perfect for an indulgent family dinner on the weekend.
Combine honey-roasted beetroots with sherry vinegar and freekeh for a nutritious, low-calorie midweek meal. Serve with a scattering of tarragon, hazelnuts and yogurt dressing. Get more vibrant beetroot recipes.
Check out this punchy chilaquiles dish with easy baked eggs. Roasting the tortilla chips in this recipe makes them super-crisp and crunchy, so grab a spoon and tuck in. Try more of our epic Mexican-inspired recipes.
Try something different with halloumi in this inventive traybake. As well as looking beautiful, hasselbacking the halloumi opens up more surface area, for maximum crispness. Serve with flatbreads and a green salad.
Our recipe for baked hasselback tomatoes is ready in under an hour, super-easy, and makes a great side dish. This dish combines classic flavours that everyone will love.
Try this recipe for baked gnocchi with broccoli, blue cheese and walnuts. It’s really easy and ready in under an hour, so it’s perfect for a midweek meal. Blue cheese is lovely in this, but you can adapt it to suit cheeseboard leftovers, if you like.
This recipe is vegetarian, ready in under an hour and comes in under 500 calories, but is still packed with flavour. The tangy feta works really well with the sweetness of the pomegranate and tomatoes.
Butternut squash is a delicious vegetable to stuff with tomatoes, peppers, breadcrumbs, then top with cheese. The best part is getting it out of the oven, golden and bubbling.
This festive savoury spin on the classic Middle Eastern dessert makes a fantastic vegetarian substitute for turkey at Christmas. A mouth-watering filling of spiced squash, feta and chestnuts is topped with sweet and crispy layers of filo pastry. Finish by cutting the traybake into an easy but impressive looking criss-cross pattern.