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Great low fat way to enjoy your veggies. Anything goes here. I just used butter flavored cooking spray and added fresh garlic cloves as another reviewer suggested, and the smell was wonderful. The only thing I would do differently would be to add my garlic cloves last, as they got overcooked. Wonderful healthful recipe. Thanks so much for posting.

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cooking-BAG August 20, 2009

FAB, FAB, FAB!!!!!!! You can use any roastable veggie in this recipe with great success! This is my second time making it and I used a whole eggplant, 20 cloves of garlic, a red, green and yellow bell peper, a red onion, and a can of artichoke hearts. I lightly misted all veggies with some garlic EVOO, sprinkled some garlic powder on and then added the dried thyme, salt and pepper. TO DIE FOR!!!!! Kids weren't crazy about it but DH and I were fighting over all of it (especially the garlic and the artichokes). I was tempted to sprinkle it all with balsamic vinegar and was so glad I didn't since it was so stinking good! GREAT RECIPE!

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RedVinoGirl April 06, 2009

I made these vegetables last night using zucchini, broccoli, red pepper, artichoke hearts and red onion. I topped with seasoned salt, pepper and thyme. I only needed to cook for 10 minutes because I had already cut everything into bite-size pieces. I was very pleased how good these were without added oil (other than the cooking spray). Will definitely make again for free WW treat. Thanks for posting!

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Chris from Kansas August 10, 2011

Really great and easy recipe. Made it with the sauted shrimp #372755 and some steamed rice. The whole family loved it.

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aprils November 13, 2006

Colorful and delicious combo - the red onion and artichokes are the best! Prep this at the beginning of the week to use for sides, wraps and omelettes.

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FLKeysJen August 12, 2014

This is the most delicious way to make veggies! Easy to customize too.

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Delicious as it Looks May 12, 2014

Loved it, we cooked it a lil longer. Also added 1/2 of an italian seasonings/dressing packet

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Mandy Lynn March 25, 2010

These were great! After I took them out of the oven I sprinkled with basil, garlic salt, and crushed red pepper.

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Meggy Boo January 23, 2009

Excellent! Easy to make, healthy, and everyone loved their veggies. Since we don't like artichoke hearts, I didn't use them. I also used mushrooms. I'll be making these again.

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JackieT78 February 03, 2008

I absolutely love these veggies. The only thing I do different is I leave out the artichokes. But everything else is wonderful! Sometimes I will wrap these in foil and throw them on the grill to eat with our steaks, This turns out great also. Thanks for the recipe!

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TheGrumpyChef January 17, 2008
Weight Watchers Roasted Vegetables - 0 Points!