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When 9-to-5 days keep everyone busy, these simple recipes and time-saving tips make meals easy. Kids will also learn how to cook and bake with recipes designed just for them.
Crunchy Sheet Pan Pork Chops with Veggies
Crouton-crusted pork chops, cauliflower, and sweet potatoes roast together in this 5-ingredient, one-pan meal for a simple and flavorful dinner.
One-Pot Mac and Cheese
Pasta cooks right in the cheese sauce, saving an extra pot and making the finished mac and cheese even creamier. Six ingredients, one pot, and ready in 20 minutes? That’s some math we love.
Pepperoni and Spinach Stromboli
If your family loves pizza, they’ll definitely love stromboli (essentially, a pizza roll-up). It’s more affordable than delivery, and leftover slices are just as good for lunch the next day.
Slow Cooker Chicken Pozole Verde(with video)
This traditional Mexican stew is effortless thanks to the slow cooker and jarred salsa verde. Add all the ingredients at once, then come back to a comforting, ready-to-eat dinner.
Sheet Pan Turkey Meatloaf with Roasted Carrots
Tender turkey meatloaf becomes a sheet pan dinner with this affordable, satisfying meal. Add the carrots when you brush on the ketchup glaze so they’re perfectly roasted when the meatloaf is done.
Instant Pot® Lemony Chicken and Potatoes
This paleo-friendly Instant Pot® recipe delivers two meals for the effort of one. Feast on citrusy chicken and potatoes for dinner and use the leftover chicken to top a salad for the next day’s lunch.
Ratatouille Vegetable Stew(with video)
This one-pot vegetarian stew (a French classic) is an easy way to make the most of late summer produce. Transform the leftovers into a simple soup for lunch.
Pumpkin Spice Sweet Potato Pancakes(with video)
A gluten-free breakfast that feels seasonal, using ingredients available year-round. Whip these up in under 30 minutes to serve at your next brunch.
Grilled Bratwurst Sandwiches with Sautéed Apples and Cabbage
Instead of sauerkraut, sweet-and-tangy apples and cabbage top these smoky grilled brats. This family-friendly recipe is ready in 30.
Peanut Butter and Apple Snacking Cake(with video)
Enjoy this not-too-sweet cake for a mid-afternoon boost or after-dinner dessert. Substitute chocolate or butterscotch chips in place of peanut butter, if desired.
Snickerdoodle Apple Scones
Crumbly, buttery, melt-in-your-mouth scones are packed with sweet apples and topped with a cinnamon-sugar sprinkle. This pastry passes as a breakfast, snack, or dessert.
Waffles with Maple Apples
A blender batter brings these fall-inspired waffles together in no time. Top off with maple-sweetened sautéed apples for a breakfast everyone will love.
Chickpea and Corn Cakes
Crushed croutons act as the binder for these vegetarian, protein-packed chickpea and corn cakes. Serve over fresh baby spinach and this 6-ingredient dinner is done.
Grilled Pork Chops with Sweet Potato Salad
These smoky grilled pork chops pair perfectly with balsamic-tossed sweet potatoes and fresh corn.
Grilled Pork Skewers with Cauliflower Rice
White balsamic vinaigrette doubles as the marinade for grilled pork skewers and a dressing for quick cauliflower rice in a satisfying low-carb 4-ingredient dinner.
Spinach Salad with Chickpeas
This anytime vegetarian salad is ready in just 10 minutes. A quick soak in cold water mellows the flavor of raw red onion while keeping its crunch.
Chocolate and Almond Graham Crackers
Kids and grown-ups alike can make this 3-ingredient zero-guilt sweet treat.
Stuffed Celery Sticks
This snack brings all the crunch for an afternoon pick-me-up. Sunflower seeds keep these nut-free, but you can top them with anything you like.
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