Jazzy Vegetarian on Create!

TASTE Award-Winning Television!

"Best Health and Fitness Program, Food and Diet”

Season Seven premieres nationwide on the CREATE network on December 31st, 2019! Episodes will air every Monday and Friday at 8am and 2pm (EST) / 5am and 11am (PST).

Tune in for this jazzylicious season of quick-to-prepare weeknight meals and gourmet-style dishes, including Dairy-Free Desserts, Two-Ingredient Recipes, Holiday Celebration Dishes, Weeknight Menu Plans, a Pizza Party and Kid’s Classics, making it easier to add more plant-based options into your weekly menu plan. So check your local listings and make sure to watch this exciting new season! Learn more at: CREATE Network!

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The award-winning, 88 episode series "exemplifies how decadent a healthy plant-based diet can be,” says Julieanna Hever, dietitian and host of What Would Julieanna Do? 

So, tune into Jazzy Vegetarian, for quick, easy, and scrumptious recipes with a jazzy twist, served up with tasty music on the side!

About Create®

Create® is the 24/7 TV channel featuring the best of public television’s how-to, travel and lifestyle shows. The channel showcases high-profile programs that are among the most-watched content on public television. Create TV is available nationwide via digital broadcast and/or basic cable, courtesy of subscribing local public television stations. In addition, the channel has a companion website, www.CreateTV.com – where viewers can find more information about their favorite lifestyle programs, hosts and projects.

Create® is available nationwide. Create® is a free, digital television broadcast service provided by the majority of local public television stations. Since January 2006, APT has distributed Create® TV, the dynamic 24/7 digital channel of popular lifestyle programming. Its do-it-yourself genres include the best from APT’s extensive library of cooking, home-improvement, gardening, painting, crafts and travel series, as well as well-known titles from NETA and PBS.