Roasted Spring Vegetables
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When we bring a pet into our home, it quickly becomes a part of the family. For better or worse, our dog has become like a fourth child. Quite a bit hairier, and a little bit stinkier, but definitely one of the kids. Some even say there’s some family resemblance. When they can see past the mop of hair that Yorkies have, anyway.
As a member of the family, we want to give our dogs the best, especially when it comes to what they eat. CESAR® Home Delightsâ„¢ borrows the recipes your family loves and makes them just for your dog, so you can feel good about what he’s eating.
In fact, Home Delightsâ„¢ is premium dog food that looks and smells like human food. And what dog doesn’t beg for human food?
So much so, that when I saw our dog would be eating CESAR® Home Delightsâ„¢ Pot Roast with Spring Vegetables, I had to make the same for the rest of us. To make it an easy weeknight meal, however, I took some help from the store when it came to the pot roast itself.
There’s no short cuts when it comes to fresh vegetables, though! A pan of diced new potatoes, baby carrots, and asparagus was roasted to sweet perfection in the oven.
The easy roasted spring vegetables recipe simply involves coating everything in extra virgin olive oil, adding kosher salt and dried parsley flakes, then roasting at 400 degrees until everything is nice and tender.
Roasted Spring Vegetables
A simple way, and the best way, to achieve a pan full of roasted spring vegetables.
- 1 1/2 lbs. yellow golden potatoes
- 1 lb baby carrots
- 1 lb asparagus
- 4 tbsp. olive oil
- 1 tsp dried parsley flakes
- kosher salt
- ground black pepper
- Break off ends of asparagus and cut stalks in half. Slice larger baby carrots in half, lengthwise. Dice potatoes into roughly 1 inch pieces.
- Put all vegetables in a large bowl and drizzle with olive oil. Sprinkle salt and ground pepper to taste, as well as dried parsley. Toss to coat.
- Spread evenly on large baking dish.
- Bake at 400 for roughly 30 minutes or until potatoes are brown.
It’s how the whole family enjoys dinner together!
Then, to work off the meal and get some much needed exercise, we like to take a family walk to end our day. It’s a great way to spend some quality with my 4 kids.
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that looks a like a doggie meal fit for a royal pooch! Your dog is adorable. Our fur babies like to eat when we eat too, this looks like a greta meal for them.
Your roasted vegetables recipe sounds delicious. I will have to print it so I can make it sometime. Thanks for sharing!
I’m going to have to try your roasted veggie recipe. It sounds delicious! We only have a cat now, but I totally get your feeling that the pet becomes a member of the family. Not only do we think of our cat as a family member, but HE thinks of himself as one – to the point that if we eat dinner without feeding him (he’s got to lose some weight, so he’s on a strict diet and schedule), he gets very indignant and demands to be fed with the rest of us.
Those roasted new potatoes look delicious!! I’ll definitely have to try them out!
this is perfection!!! Yummy meal for the pup and corresponding meal for the fam. Love!
Those veggies sound delicious! And your pup is adorable – and clearly spoiled:)
Your babies are adorable – the human and the canine! Both meals look delicious and I’m sure they were enjoyed by all.
I am going to try the roasted vegetable
I definitely want to try your veggie recipe — looks good!