Easy Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner Recipes
These healthy breakfast ideas are quick to prepare. Enjoy them at home—or as you're sprinting out the door.
Bid farewell to protein shakes and protein powder with this roundup of high-protein recipes and foods that you can make from scratch. Dishes include a meaty Shepherd's pie and whole-grain minestrone.
Because trips to the grocery store are overrated.
Few pantry staples are as crowd-pleasing as pasta, and we have the recipes to prove it. From kids to college students to Tuscans and everyone in between, pasta is always the right answer when someone asks, " What's for dinner?" Why? Because pasta pairs well with so many different foods, flavor profiles, and types of cuisine. Here, we've rounded up 19 deliciously simple pasta recipes. Options included range from crowd-pleasing classics like decadent macaroni and cheese and linguine with garlic and soppressata to fresh takes on pasta salads (eggplant!) and healthier spins on nonna's noodle dishes. Remember, cooking pasta with the just-right texture—meaning chewy and firm without a hint of mushiness, also known as al dente—takes technique. We've outlined the best way to do it here. Whatever type of noodle dish inspires your palette, we promise you'll have a delicious dinner on the table in minutes with these easy pasta recipes. RELATED: How to Cook Pasta Perfectly Every Time
Learn how to make the popular Thai frozen dessert at home.
You'll want to keep this homemade mild salsa within reach at all times.
This potato gratin is a classic comfort food. The thinly-sliced, shingled potatoes are meltingly tender, and while there’s certainly plenty of rich and creamy cheese sauce, it’s not so much that it drowns the potatoes. Uncovering the casserole for the final 30 minutes of baking yields a crunchy, cheesy, salty top layer that’s incredibly addictive. Using two types of cheese is also key to this dish: the sharp Cheddar cheese compliments the saltiness of the Parmesan. Serve this casserole as a holiday side dish, or enjoy some with dinner tonight, and eat leftovers for breakfast, topped with a fried egg.
Yes, those are waffle fries baked into this frittata—and now we never want to eat a frittata any other way. We tested this recipe with hash browns, too, but waffle fries totally stole the show. Frittatas can sometimes be dry or rubbery, which is why we came up with a foolproof solution: the slow cooker. Cooking the egg mixture low and slow ensures the end result is rich, custardy, and full of flavor. Plus, the oval-shaped slow cooker makes for a fun and unexpected shape, not to mention enough frittata to serve a crowd. For all you ketchup-and-egg lovers out there, we won't tell if you serve ketchup on the side.
This lemony pasta with feta cheese is guaranteed to brighten up dinnertime.