Skillet Vegetables on Cheese Toast

Skillet Vegetables on Cheese Toast-this recipe is super simple and good for meal time or a healthy snack! 

Skillet Vegetables on Cheese Toast Recipe on twopeasandtheirpod.com

This recipe has my name all over it and that’s why I chose it as another recipe to share from Better Homes and Garden. I just made two easy additions to the original recipe that makes it even more delicious: artichokes and roasted red peppers. They are my favorite!

Skillet Vegetables on Cheese Toast Recipe on twopeasandtheirpod.com Love this easy and healthy recipe!

I love eating fruits and vegetables. They are a big part of my family’s life and we eat a lot of them with every meal. Incorporating so many delicious and good for your ingredients helps us feel good about what we are eating and gives our bodies the fuel to take on each day…especially when most of it includes chasing after a very active two year old! Cheesy bread with sautéed veggies feels like an indulgence without leaving you feeling guilty.

Sometimes it can be hard to think of new ways to serve and prepare vegetables. Toasted bread is the perfect plate for loads of great toppings and that’s why this recipe works so well. When preparing my vegetables for this recipe I added ½ cup of quartered, canned artichokes packed in water and ¼ cup sliced roasted red pepper also packed in water to the last minute of cooking. That way they had a chance to heat through with the rest of the vegetables without falling apart in the heat.

The roasted red peppers are a sweet addition to the rest of the vegetables and have a nice smoky taste. The artichokes are very mild in flavor and the smooth texture compliments the warm creamy cheese. I love the idea of adding sautéed vegetables to cheesy toast and I think the addition of the artichoke hearts and peppers is perfect!

Skillet Vegetables on Cheese Toast Recipe on twopeasandtheirpod.com

These toasts are substantial for your family or friends to eat with out having to go to too much trouble or fuss making them. They only take a few minutes to prepare but it’s a meal that is teaming with flavor and one you don’t have to feel guilty about eating.

For the complete recipe, head on over to BHG’s blog, Delish Dish! We loved teaming up with BHG this month to share meatless recipes! We hope you enjoyed them as well. Make sure you check out all of our recipes!

Maria

I’m Maria and my husband is Josh. We share a love of cooking, baking, and entertaining. We enjoy creating recipes that are simple, fresh, and family friendly. We love sitting around the table with good food, good conversation, and good friends and family! Our kitchen is always open!
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  1. It sounds yummy and looks so healthy too. I am always trying to think of ways to eat more vegetables and this is great as because of the cheese it’s comforting too.

  2. I just stocked up on plain and fancy (marinated) artichoke hearts at Costco for my “end of sled hockey season” Costco run. [Costco is about an hour away from home, but the sled hockey rink is only 7 minutes away from Costco, so while my son is on the ice I’m shopping.] This looks like a delicious way to enjoy farm share veggies in the spring.
    Thanks!

  3. Looks great.. but 2 links to get to the recipe, and it still doesn’t have all the ingredients/steps in one place =/

  4. Okay I have to know…would your little one eat this?
    I eat tons of fruits and vegetables but it is hard to get my two year old to branch beyond green peas, carrots and bananas.

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