This Roasted Vegetable Recipe is Simple and Delicious!
Today I am sharing another yummy recipe from my pal, Laura Hamby. In case you missed the last one, head on over and check out her Kale Salad Recipe.
The great thing about Laura’s recipes are that they are super easy to make, plus they’re healthy! I love that you can add some quinoa to this roasted vegetable recipe and dinner is served.
Versatile Herb Roasted Vegetable Recipe
- 1 eggplant
- 1 red pepper
- 1 yellow pepper
- 1 onion
- 1 package of mushrooms
- 3 tomatoes
- 3 carrots
Cut all veggies in chunks, you can leave the mushrooms whole or sliced, place cut vegetables on a parchment paper lined baking sheet. Toss with two tablespoons of coconut oil and sprinkle generously with salt, pepper, garlic powder and dried Italian herbs. Mix it well then bake at 375 for 40-45 minutes or until tender.
Eat alone as a side drizzled with balsamic vinegar, top your green salad with the veggies or mix it in with rice or quinoa for a meal.
Note: You can make this recipe with your favorite veggies too: broccoli, cauliflower, etc. This time of year squash is plentiful and tastes really good in this mixture. Also, consider using as much organic produce as possible.
For a guide to what produce to buy organic check out the Dirty Dozen list on the Environmental Working Group website. It’s eye opening!
Laura Hamby studied at The Institute For Integrative Nutrition and is a certified holistic health coach. She supports and encourages people to make healthy transformations in their life, one day at a time. Laura knows that lasting lifestyle change occurs by taking small steps and has seen how effective this approach is.
Her journey with health and fitness started in college. Laura became interested in the role food, exercise, and mindfulness played on overall well-being. She began studying the importance of eating food free of chemicals, dyes and preservatives and learned first hand how eating clean, moving the body and quieting the mind contributes to overall health.
She raises her family on clean food and believes keeping a stocked kitchen and cooking regularly are the keys to eating healthy. Laura teaches others how easily they too can adopt this philosophy. By explaining the principles of power cooking and teaching how to shop for healthier versions of conventional foods, she is helping families eat better.
Laura is also successful in getting kids to eat their vegetables by providing tips and tricks to their parents. Her knowledge and motivating ways have encouraged and supported others to make lasting healthy changes.
You can reach Laura at Thefoodandfitnesscoach@gmail.com or 972-743-7726.