This No-Bake Orange Yogurt Cheesecake is citrusy, light and rich.
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.
Florets of just cooked blanched broccoli, thin strips of tender chicken and enough heat from jalapenos make this dish exciting to serve and eat.
If you’re trying to watch your sugar intake or just gravitate towards less-sweet desserts, then this one is for you.
A smoother and lighter textured hummus is preferred over a thicker consistency in places such as Lebanon. Make your own with this simple recipe.
This is a great weekday dinner idea. It’s easy, it’s fast, is, simple! The world’s easiest broccoli beef.
For this quick & simple dish has a few ingredients, but bursting flavours that need no accompaniments whatsoever. Of course, a little pickle on the side never hurts though!
Easy, cheesy, herbed potatoes au gratin is always a go-to crowd pleaser, not to mention that this comforting dish is also gluten free!
Many favorite desserts require baking. Not a baker? Do not fret! Just assemble this and nuc it!
Grilling days are almost over, so take advantage of building that fire and try this simple and oh-so-good branzino recipe!
This savory Grilled Watermelon Salad is packed with feta cheese, mint, basil, and onion. It’s zingy/creamy, sweet/savory, and is bound to be the summer salad of your dreams/life.
This salad dressing is so delicious and unexpected. If you have fresh mangoes lying around without a place to go, the solution is right here.
It’s easy to scale this recipe. It would be the perfect dessert for a potluck or a snack to keep in the fridge over a week. It’s best to add the mint right before you eat the fruit salad (otherwise it wilts).
A refreshing cocktail with only 3 ingredients – perfect for summer sipping and so easy you can make it with your eyes closed.
This delicious breakfast smoothie will challenge everything you thought you knew about a classic PB&J.
Blackened fish tacos with avocado crema make the perfect weeknight dinner and are ready in under 30 minutes. Fresh cod filets are seasoned to perfection and topped with zesty red cabbage slaw and avocado crema. The recipe is both gluten-free and dairy-free!
Get your hands on this recipe for a quick Italian bread with fresh rosemary and a creamy-crunchy pair of toppings.
The art of a composed salad
Similar to eggplant parmesan, this stack of panko-crusted eggplant is served in an elegant style with ricotta and fresh basil.
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.
Highlight and savor summer’s tomatoes with this easy tomato jam complete with olive oil and garlic. Serve over burgers for a gourmet alternative to ketchup.
Brace yourself for the easiest breakfast experience of your adult life. The night before, let the oats soften and absorb all the delicious flavors. In the morning, add your favorite toppings and enjoy!
Nothing says easy comfort like a bowl of seasoned stir fry. With minimal prep time and a flexible ingredient list, stir fry is a winner on all fronts. Check out these favorite recipes.
It’s asparagus season! In homage to the springtime gems, here are crowd-pleasing recipes starring the favorite vegetable.
Structured around being an “epicurean cantine”, Chef Chloe Vichot introduces Ancolie. Their wholesome, everyday meals are packaged in custom, sustainable jars. The food invites fast-paced New Yorkers to take a moment to relax and make healthful bites (not sips) a daily ritual.
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.
Girl Scouts, you are loved. Your thin mints are also very loved. Probably more than you. We don’t mean to break your hearts, but this thin mint cookie recipe may rival yours.
In the market for a satisfying dinner, but dreading the prospect of a huge pile of dirty dishes? Fear not, these recipes out-of-this-world delicious and you can make them in a single skillet.
These peanut butter and chocolate cups are a delightful two-bite sweet that all your eaters can enjoy.
A perfect dessert for spring, this bright lemon cake can be made and glazed in a flash.
Fried dough? Count us in! Check out this easy process for making cinnamon-sugar donuts.
A seemingly complicated lamb chop recipe loaded with mouth-watering flavors is actually so easy to prep ahead and make in minutes.
These Five Quick and Easy Italian Recipes are perfect for a busy weeknight.
As easy as it is delicious, this baked cinnamon french toast recipe is perfect for feeding a crowd, a lazy weekend breakfast, or even a make-ahead for a busy week. Enjoy!
When you’re having the kind of meal that is crying out for bread to go alongside it, why not make your own? This no-knead rosemary focaccia bread takes just one hour to make from start to finish.
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.
Also known as patatas lemonates, these Greek lemon potatoes are so easy to make and receive a hint of turmeric for a special spin.
Make a large batch of this simple, creamy tomato sauce and have on hand for a variety of pasta and baked sauces, with or without meat.
Whip up these pistachio and hazelnut biscotti, make yourself a cappuccino and start dunking.
In one pot, make delicious spiced Mexican quinoa and serve with avocado and cilantro over a salad, in a tortilla, or on its own.
When it comes to quick and easy one-plate meals, it still has to have great taste and bold flavors. This crispy chicken is just that and much more.
To help you kickstart your recovery plan, we have easy clean eating recipes that are as delicious as they are healthful.
A smooth, savory hummus receives a creamy and slight sweet addition of sweet potatoes with beautiful color. Enjoy as an easy and nutritious snack.
As a perfect packed snack or to use up potatoes in your pantry, make your own potato chips without oil or a messy fryer.
Lazy breakfasts—they’re the best. These slow cooker recipes are proof that breakfast can get even lazier when you “set it and forget it” the night before.
During the holidays, the last thing you want are tricky recipes with a list of complicated ingredients. Fear not and try these simple, festive dishes.
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.
Grab these gadgets to make holiday cooking easier or add them to your wish list for great gift ideas.
A comforting dish, this easy paneer bhurji is a perfect vegetarian sandwich filling and delicious served with roti.
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.
Made with apple slices, brown sugar, soy sauce, and cider, this chicken becomes tender, so flavorful, and the perfect fall dinner.
There is nothing like juicy Japanese yakitori. Try this easy recipe with big flavors in the oven or on the grill.
Sometimes you just need a simple weeknight meal with hearty fall flavors and stick-to-the-ribs ingredients that are roasted together in one pan.
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.
Rather than needing the dough, this Chinese scallion pancake recipe is easy enough to come together in minutes and still taste delicious.