This fluffy and flavorful couscous takes only moments to prepare. “I use couscous a lot because it cooks quickly and is so versatile-you can add almost any vegetable to it.” Claudia Ruiss - Massapequa, New York
This creamy casserole is filled with tender cauliflower and topped with a sprinkling of crispy herb stuffing. It's become a holiday classic that appeals to both kids and adults in our family. —Carol Rex, Ocala, Florida
This comforting side dish makes a creamy accompaniment to most any main course. Not only can you double the recipe for larger crowds, but you can use reduced-fat or low-sodium ingredients if you prefer. —Lori Talamao
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Pineapple chunks add unexpected, yet delicious bursts of tartness to naturally sweet sweet potatoes. Add pecans, if you'd like, for another layer of flavor that people will love. —Paula Mayo, Feedings Hills, Massachusetts
When I can't decide what vegetable to serve at dinner, I turn to this oven-roasted medley that features brussels sprouts, potatoes, carrots and butternut squash. It pleases everyone around the table.—Betty Fulks, Onia, Arkansas
When I make mashed potatoes, I always cook extra so I can prepare these over-the-top potato pancakes. Fill them with sour cream, ranch dressing, melted cheese—or all three. —Jane Whittaker, Pensacola, Florida
While the chops bake, Chris speeds nicely seasoned Garlic Carrots to her skillet. She uses bite-sized carrots that don't need to be cut or peeled and keeps a jar of prepared minced garlic on hand to save on prep and cleanup time.