Low-Carb Vegetable Recipes

If you're a low-carb dieter, you're going to love
A Veggie Venture's
brand-new home for

low-carb vegetable recipes.

It's been re-organized but you'll find all your favorite low-carb vegetable recipes from before.

Plus -- especially good news for regular visitors -- it's completely up-to-date so there are dozens and dozens of new recipes easily accessible for the first time!

The new page is also easy to find - see it there? right at the top of every page!

Regular visitors know that there are so many vegetable recipes on A Veggie Venture, without organization, it would be hard to find 'the' recipe, you know, the quick one for supper or the perfect one for a special meal.

To make all my vegetable recipes easy to find in a flash (I always imagine someone ready to leave work, planning a grocery stop and wondering what quick vegetable to make for supper), in the last while, I've also created special sections for microwave vegetable recipes and quick vegetable recipes (where all the recipes take no more than 5 or 10 minutes to prep) and vegetable recipes for the grill. And lest I forget, the most-visited vegetable recipes here are organized by Weight Watchers points so if you're looking for Zero Point recipes or One Point recipes, or even Two-Point recipes, this section is a treasure!

How to eat more vegetables? A Veggie Venture is the home of Veggie Evangelist Alanna Kellogg and the award-winning source of free vegetable recipes with 800 quick and easy favorite vegetable recipes, the Alphabet of Vegetables, Weight Watchers low-point vegetable recipes, the just-relaunched low-carb vegetable recipes and microwave vegetable recipes.

Alanna Kellogg
Alanna Kellogg

A Veggie Venture is home of "veggie evangelist" Alanna Kellogg and the famous asparagus-to-zucchini Alphabet of Vegetables.


  1. I love the photo - those are some artistic-looking zucchini!!!


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