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10 Easy and Healthy Vegetable Pasta Meals

I love pasta and I love vegetables. And I love combining them into one dish. In my mind, a delicious pasta laden with loads of spring vegetables is one of the best easy, healthy dinners for spring. Not only is it a great way to enjoy the flavors of the new season, it is also a great way to enjoy vegetables in a different way. In fact, my daughter will only eat arugula when it it is wilted into noodles. She wouldn’t be caught dead eating an arugula salad! Here are a few of our one-bowl vegetable and pasta meals for spring.

  • 10 Easy & Healthy Spring Vegetable Pasta Meals 1 of 11
    10 Easy and Healthy Spring Vegetable Pasta Meals
  • Pasta with Peas and Cherry Tomatoes 2 of 11
    Pasta with Peas and Cherry Tomatoes

    This gorgeous spring pasta dish features fresh pesto, peas, and cherry tomatoes. Many of these vegetables are probably growing in your garden already!

    Photo: Aggie Goodman

  • Pasta with Corn and Tomato 3 of 11
    Pasta with Corn and Tomato

    This gorgeous summer pasta features all of the flavors of summer with corn, tomatoes, and a light sauce. I think this is a great way to use up any leftover ears of corn you have in the fridge!

    Photo: Stacie Billis

  • Pasta Salad Skewers 4 of 11
    Pasta Skewers

    These pasta salad skewers would be an awesome way to change up dinner! On a hot spring or summer night these would be a welcome reprieve from a bowl of steaming pasta. Here you can see the skewers feature tortellini, tomatoes, and peppers. It would also work well with grilled onions, red peppers, or snap peas!

    Photo: Macki Cayloma

  • Spinach and Tomato Pasta 5 of 11
    Spinach and Tomato Pasta

    Harvest the tomatoes and pull up some spinach and make this for dinner tonight! You will honestly LOVE this great pasta at first bite. It is super simple and features all the flavors of summer.

    Photo: Shaina Olmanson

  • Brian Boitano’s Summer Vegetable Pasta 6 of 11
    Brian Boitano's Vegetable Pasta

    Who knew the skating star could cook so well?! This delicious summer pasta dish is a cinch to pull together and is perfect for a garden party. Serve up a big bowl for dinner tonight!

    Photo: Kelsey Banfield

  • Pasta with Roasted Vegetables and Tomato Sauce 7 of 11
    Pasta with Roasted Vegetables and Tomato Sauce

    A great way to use up fresh vegetables before they spoil is to roast them. Then you can do all sorts of things with them. Tossing them with fresh pasta would be a great way to serve roast vegetables up for dinner, add in some fresh tomato sauce and a hearty, healthy meal is ready!

    Photo: Kelsey Banfield

  • Meyer Lemon and Arugula Pesto Pasta 8 of 11
    Meyer Lemon and Arugula Pesto Pasta

    With all the fresh arugula around it is hard not to pick up armfuls to enjoy all week long. Use some to make a bright lemony pesto that is perfect for tossing with pasta. Your friends will love the new way to eat their green vegetable and you'll love how easy it is to pull together!

    Photo: Aggie Goodman

  • Smokey Tomato Red Pepper Pasta 9 of 11
    Smokey Tomato Red Pepper Pasta

    This delicious pasta features tomatoes and red peppers and has a terrific smokey flavor. It is light and hearty and very healthy. Pour a simple glass of wine and enjoy your dinner on the porch!

    Photo: Bake Your Day

  • Angel Hair with Broccoli and Parmesan 10 of 11
    Angel Hair with Broccoli and Parmesan

    Need a new way to eat broccoli? Toss it with pasta in this easy, healthy dish. The crispy green veggie pairs beautifully with the sweet tomatoes and light pasta. Your kids will love twirling it all together for bite after healthy bite.

    Photo: Jaime Richardson

  • Classic Pasta Primavera 11 of 11
    Classic Pasta Primavera

    Sometimes all you need is a classic Pasta Primavera for dinner. This delicious dish is filled to the brim with healthy veggies and always pleases the whole table.

    Photo: Angie McGowan

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