Rainbow Roasted Vegitables

This week’s post is dedicated to that food we could all use a little more of in our lives! It’s the good ol’ veggies. Although you may not be craving them on a daily basis like you may be craving those donuts, they are so good for you! After you taste THESE rainbow veggies you may have a new craving to distract you from those bad eating habits. The vegetables used in this recipe were red bell peppers, carrots, yellow bell peppers, zucchini, broccoli florets, and last but not least red onions. You can add or get rid of any of the ingredients that you may not like. I think that red potatoes would be really good in this dish as long as you are not worried about the carbs. I love these because they are not only delicious but they look quite beautiful altogether. You may think it’s impossible to roast veggies without oil but think again! In the recipe it says you can use either balsamic vinegar, soy sauce, tamari, or lemon or lime juice as a substitute to oil. When i made them i used balsamic vinegar and it was to die for. My family loved these when i made them for dinner to accompany some chicken. This healthy veggie assortment was also super easy. It took about 30 minutes to make this magic happen. Cutting vegetables is one of my favorite things to do in the kitchen so i think there is a very big chance i will be making this often. If you have kids this is a fun way to get them to eat their veggies because they look so yummy and different from regular old boring vegetables. I hope you get the chance to try out this recipe for yourself and taste the rainbow!

Oil Free Rainbow Roasted Vegetables

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