Quick & Easy Grilled Vegetable Recipes

Looking for a quick and easy side to go with your diabetes-friendly supper? Grilled vegetables are a tasty and healthy addition to any lunch or dinner. These yummy sides are super simple to prepare -- just start the grill and the revamped veggies will be ready in no time!

Asparagus with Goat Cheese

Grilling gives fresh asparagus a rich, roasted flavor that meshes wonderfully with tangy goat cheese and toasty pine nuts. Serve it with grilled chicken breast and a side of grapes for a no-fuss summer meal.

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Chili-Roasted Potatoes

Olive oil, chili powder, and a bit of salt and pepper -- that's all you need to pack these grilled veggies with flavor. Double-wrapping the potatoes in foil prevents the flavorful juices from leaking out when you turn over the foil packet on the grill.

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Grilled Herbed Zucchini

This is a delicious, diabetes-friendly way to use nutrient-rich squash and fresh herbs from your garden or farmer's market.

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Grilled Sweet Potato Wedges

These grilled sweet potato wedges are crispy and oh, so great for munching -- a fabulous side for grilled burgers. Plus, they're a healthy alternative to greasy and fatty french fries.

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Grilled Vegetable Pitas

These pitas pockets, filled with grilled vegetables and tangy feta cheese, are perfect for outdoor dining. No utensils required!

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Grilled Vegetable Burrito

This isn't a boring burrito! Grilled sweet peppers, zucchini, portobello mushrooms, tomatoes, avocados, and more mingle in whole grain tortillas, making these sizzling wraps super satisfying. Who said grilled veggies could only be side dishes?

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Grilled Summer Vegetable Salad

Serve this hot-off-the-grill veggie combo with your choice of any grilled lean meat, fish, or poultry. Yum!

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Grilled Summer Squash, Onions, and Tomatoes

A balsamic vinegar-oregano marinade adds both flavor and moistness to the trio of grilled veggies: zucchini, grape tomatoes, and red onions.

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Grilled Herb Corn on the Cob

The corn steams in its own husks on the grill. It doesn't get much easier than that!

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Grilled Corn Salad

Corn, spinach, cherry tomatoes, and fresh oregano make this savory salad a home gardener's delight. If you don't grow your own vegetables, shop at a local farmer's market.

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