• Wendy Merron

    Yum! I like how you show us the pictures of the recipe in progress. Very helpful for those of us who are not as creative in the kitchen as we would like to be.
    Any suggestions for a substitute for the cheese? My daughter doesn’t eat dairy…

    • Hi Wendy, Thanks a bunch. I thought it would be good to show the process. You can leave out the cheese and add a bit more olive oil with some spices of your liking to add some favor. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Too many veggies for me!

    • Hi Cassandra, Yep, it’s not a recipe for everyone. 🙂

  • Wow, that looks good, a glass of wine and I am in. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

    • Hi Arleen, It is is that and it does go very well with a nice Chardonnay. 🙂

  • DC

    Looks so good Susan. I usually make a spicy stew with my leftover vegetables. Can I use tomato sauce instead of tomatoes? Maybe a layer of breadcrumbs on top would be delish. What do you think?

    • Hi DC, Yes you can. The veggies you use are of your own choosing. Breadcrumbs with a bit of butter on top would be a great addition. I had thought about it, but chose not to with this version. 🙂

  • Sarah Brescia

    It looks so good! I bet my uncle would love this recipe (he is a vegan). I will definitely pass this on.

    • Hi Sarah and welcome. Thanks for your thoughts and let me know what your uncle thinks. 🙂

  • Cheryl Therrien

    Seems to me you can use this recipe with a number of good veggies. Yum! 🙂

    • Hi Cheryl, That is the best part of this recipe. It really is up to you and your own creativity. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Jeri Walker-Bickett

    Looks so good! I will have to forward it to my friend who has a huge garden. She’s always making great dishes and I think she’d really like this one.

    • That is awesome Jeri. if she does try this recipe, let me know how it turned out for her. 🙂

  • You are making me hungry! Yum.

  • Elizabeth Scott

    One of the wonderful thing about my job is that I get to be Susan’s taste tester. This recipe is amazing. I am a huge veggie fan and this is full of wonderful vegetables. I brought some home to my family and I had to sneak the last piece so I would get it before someone else did. This dish could cause fighting over the last piece. 🙂

    • And I love that you’re willing to be my taste tester Elizabeth, even for the less successful recipes… LOL. Elsie felt the same and had the same reaction from her boyfriend. I would say this was a success. 🙂

  • Jon Jefferson

    This is similar to a veggie lasagne dish we do during the summer. Cut the veggies a little thinner (easy enough on a mandeline) to use them as the noodles. Then add in some tomato sauce and you have a meal that even gluten free people can enjoy.

    • In a way it is very much like a veggie lasagna. I love my Madeline for that reason. I use a bit of tomato sauce but in the end it really is up to you what you add and how you like it. That’s the beauty of this dish. Enjoy.

  • Doreen Pendgracs

    Yumm. Anything with Provolone has my attention. This looks like a great recipe.

    • It really turned out better then I had hope Doreen. The provolone made all the difference. Enjoy. 🙂

  • Laura Caluian

    I’m a big fan of vegetables (actually I’m trying to eat as little meat as possible), that’s why your recipe is a real blessing, especially during the summer. I bet the taste is incredible..thank you, Susan. Your blog is a real inspiration :)!

    • Hi Laura, How cool, I know you’ll enjoy it. The favors really are very satisfying. 🙂

  • Susan, This looks absolutely delicious. I’ve been looking for a new recipe to try this summer. This will be perfect.

    • That’s awesome Sherryl, I love recipes that uses what’s in season and this creation certainly does that. 🙂

  • This is something I could see my sister Sue making

    • Cool Jo-Anne, If she tries it, you must taste it and let me know how it was.

  • Catarina Alexon

    Sound delicious Susan. Will make it for supper!

    • It makes a great meal all by itself Catarina, so enjoy and tell me about how it came out. 🙂

  • Debra Yearwood

    This looks fantastic and so healthy, yum!

    • It is that Debra, Give it a try and let me know what you think?. 🙂

  • HomeJobsbyMOM

    I love most of these veggies but my husband wouldn’t touch just looking at it. He’s so picky and doesn’t really eat many veggies.

    • Aw, that’s too bad Krystle. My friends veggie hating boyfriend did love this. I think it was the cheese. So you just never know. 🙂

  • Mary Slagel@Shape Daily

    Looks like another yummy recipe Susan! I have been making a zucchini lasagna a lot recently and this recipe reminds me so much of it! I will have to pin this and try it as well.

    • Thanks Mary, It really is. I’ll bet your zucchini lasagna is just as good. 🙂

  • Susan — I love this recipe and plan to make it (sans the onions, which I don’t like). I love casseroles. You can make them in advance. This would be a good brunch dish for company.