Vegetable Bake

    It’s amazing how many vegetable bakes there are and any vegetable can end up in a recipe including broccoli, cauliflower, potato, zucchini and eggplant.

    58 Recipes




    Global Cuisine

    781 reviews

    This is a great recipe for the popular side dish of Ratatouille. It uses fresh Mediterranean vegetables like eggplant, zucchini and tomato.

    Recipe by: LYNETTE MARIE

    451 reviews

    This is an easy dish that is equally good as a side or the main meal. It is even better if you use fresh basil when available.

    Recipe by: DELTAQUEEN50

    349 reviews

    Zucchini baked with bread cubes, onion, garlic and topped with cheese. This is a satisfying lunch or a good vegetable side dish that is very easy to prepare.

    Recipe by: DC1

    1 review

    A savoury, crunchy topping goes perfectly with the sweetness of pumpkin.

    Recipe by: Lynn Cole

    16 reviews

    A vegan potato bake that everyone will love. It uses soy milk and soy cheese and the bread crumbs and paprika on the top creates a wonderful crust.

    Recipe by: Krista B

    167 reviews

    This is a great dish that I threw together one day when a friend requested Broccoli au Gratin for her birthday dinner. The eggs can be taken out without ruining the sauce, and using skim milk and fat-free cheese works well, too. It's basically a great recipe that can be easily altered according to taste. Enjoy!

    Recipe by: Leslie A.

    No reviews

    This is perfect comfort food - a chunky vegetable stew of butternut pumpkin, carrots and leeks baked in the oven with a cheesy breadcrumb topping.

    Recipe by: Zoë Harpham

    76 reviews

    This is a very tasty dish consisting of all kinds of fresh vegetables - like eggplants, zucchinis and mushrooms - and herbs baked in the oven. This will tantalize your taste buds.

    Recipe by: Patti Moschonas

    No reviews

    Lebanese kibbeh with a difference - no meat and it's baked not grilled, fried or barbecued. An excellent vegetarian dish for your next Lebanese feast!

    Recipe by: RitaT

    77 reviews

    This tasty veggie bake is easy to prepare and light on the milk fat. If that's not a concern, you can make it more traditional - and richer - by using full cream milk and doubling the sauce ingredients. If you want to use fresh spinach, wilt a little beforehand and drain well before baking.

    Recipe by: Jennifer

    3 / 7

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