Introducing the mozzarella chicken skillet. You can’t go wrong with this hearty, warm, cheese-loaded dinner that can be ready in just 15 minutes.
The perfect weeknight tacos have arrived.
You’re busy. You’re hungry. We understand. Here are dinner ideas that take less than 30 minutes.
When you’re craving dessert, but you don’t have a lot of time to spare, nothing beats a dump cake. And this German Chocolate Dump Cake may just be my favorite dump cake ever!
In just 30 minutes, you could be enjoying this nutritious, gluten-free spring fingerling potato salad tossed with pesto, lemon juice, bright spices, sweet tomatoes, artichokes, and fresh mozzarella.
Studded with bacon, butternut squash, spinach, and avocado, these bacon butternut squash tacos are the perfect way to start your day. Gluten-free, dairy-free, and egg-free, these tacos work great for any meal of the day – breakfast, lunch or dinner!
These mini pear pies are perfect for the holiday table.
This simple 4 Ingredient Graham Cracker Pie Crust is fast and easy to make – and is the perfect shell for your cheesecake or pie.
Savory and tangy turkey meatballs bursting with flavor and easy to prepare.
Skinny Roasted Cod With Tomatoes is a weeknight win. The fish is tender and flavorful and the roasted tomatoes are so sweet.
Sticky-sweet caramel contrasts with the sea salt in a decadent seasonal favorite.
Ready in thirty minutes, this easy potato and tuna nicoise is baked on one sheet pan and is perfect for a busy weeknight, but beautiful enough for a dinner party.
When it gets colder, cravings for hot, family-style meals become a frequent request. Spend no time slaving over the stove and all your time filling those bellies at the table with these slow cooker recipes for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
We’ve all heard of mug cakes, but when summer comes around it’s time to make cobblers with the fruit of the season. Here’s how to make a single serving of the dessert favorite in minutes.
With a refreshing crunch and loaded with zest and a touch of spice, these quick pickled radishes are easy to make and throw on burgers, tacos, salads, and more.
For a quick and filling dinner that celebrates the coming tomato season, make this easy pasta with a fresh tomato and red pepper sauce plus pesto chicken and plenty of parmesan.
The best lava cake ever. This recipe creates molten chocolate and peanut butter goodness which is hard to beat.
Sweet potatoes are good for you. With this recipe they are also super tasty and loaded with cumin.
We love good food, even on a busy weeknight. Here are seven dishes we can count on after a long day of work.
These Five Quick and Easy Italian Recipes are perfect for a busy weeknight.
Need dinner on the table, quickly? This Quick and Easy Bolognese recipe is right up your alley. Get dinner on the table sooner, rather than later.
Love bacon? Then you’ll love this dish. And with only five ingredients, it is easy, fast and really delicious.
In one pot, make delicious spiced Mexican quinoa and serve with avocado and cilantro over a salad, in a tortilla, or on its own.
In only fifteen minutes, create a stunning seafood bowl with a soft boiled egg and cream avocado.
There are so many different chilis, but sometimes simple is best. Try this traditional recipe, made in minutes, and topped with avocado and green onion.
Flavorful and quick, this Lebanese-style lemon chicken is made with shallots, fresh herbs, and a touch of turmeric for a comforting fall dinner.
A fun holiday side or even better next to leftover turkey, these BBQ-inspired baked beans with blueberries are easy to make and taste light and fresh.
A simple, rustic pomodoro is a great meal to make on a busy night when only a comforting bowl of pasta will do.
Packing a lunch is less expensive and more efficient than going out for lunch, but that doesn’t mean a PB&J everyday. Advanced meal prep is the way to go. Master your packed lunch with delicious make-ahead recipes.
Savor autumn apples by quick pickling them in a sweet balsamic with shallots. Serve on salads with cheeseboards or even on top of a burger.
Easy to marinate the night before and bake for dinner the next day, this one pan dinner of flavorful, tender fish is a little spicy with aromatic rosemary. Serve with bread or potatoes to soak up the delicious sauce.
If you have a busy week ahead, but need good food to fuel your days, try buttered red curry shrimp over rice, noodles or on their own. It can be done in minutes.
Kids are back in school, fall sports and activities are in full swing, and the weather is cooling. Conquer a busy weeknight with favorite quick, cozy foods.
You can’t go wrong with pasta. Step up your spaghetti game with delicious recipes that utilize the noodle in creative new ways perfect for a busy weeknight.
Usually a time-consuming sauce, mole is made fast, but still flavorful using a pressure cooker. Recreate the complex-tasting sauce in no time at all.
Similar to a gherkin, these easy pickles can be made in minutes and eaten in a day. Once you make the cucumbers, be sure to try radishes, asparagus, or even peas.
Sharpening or honing on a stone, or using a manual sharpener to put a safe edge on your knives can be done in a few easy steps.
These make-ahead meals are the perfect solution when in need of a portable meal.
These recipes have only five ingredients or less, not including salt and pepper, perfect for after work.
A go-to curry for weekdays and that can be used with tofu, paneer or veggies, too.
As summer winds to a close, take it easy with this collection of quick and easy cookout recipes.
A craving for something sweet comes on suddenly, without warning. Grab a microwaveable dish and one of these recipes and you’ll be satisfied shortly.
Can’t wait for seasonal tomatoes to ripen and be ready to eat? Enjoy pickled green tomatoes and onion in a flash.
Fragrant, green vegetable curry with quinoa can be made in fifteen minutes – that’s faster than takeout.
The key to a successful, quick breakfast is to have it in mind before you put your head on the pillow the night before.
Do not fear Brussels sprouts in this quick stir-fry with chicken sausage.
Add a flavorful preserved garlic to you condiment repertoire.
Try these 10 simple ideas to make lunches at work more appetizing.
Budget and time friendly soy glazed steak rolls with asparagus and scallions.
This ultra sweet tart is ideal for a quick dessert and can be served with yogurt for a touch of tartness.
The best part of making popcorn from scratch: you can put in anything you have hanging around and make it your own.
Sweet potatoes with black beans tossed in olive oil, garlic and cumin. Everything is drizzled with tahini, and garnished with cilantro.
Spice things up with these flavorful and nutritious tacos. Play around with seasonings to create a salty, sweet, or acidic meal in a flash.
Granola is loaded with fiber, protein, healthy fats and essential vitamins and minerals. The aroma of nutmeg completes this granola and adds warmth to each spoon.
This is, without a doubt, the best way to start your day.
The dog days of summer call for light, refreshing fare that’s cool, quick, and simple to prepare.
For this dish you don’t need too many ingredients, and you can probably find all of them easily in your own pantry.
Sitting in the backyard after work, on a warm evening, with a cocktail in hand and a tasty, fresh snack nearby. A perfect image of summer.
Rather than jalapeno, this recipe utilizes Anaheim chile.
Nothing could be easier than making these Quick Oat Cookies, without butter, flour or egg. And they are very, very healthy too.