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 easy pasta recipes with all different types of pasta 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 the deliciously simple pasta recipes every home cook or pasta lover should have in their repertoire. Options range from crowd-pleasing classics like decadent macaroni and cheese and linguine with garlic and soppressata to fresh takes on pasta salad recipes (eggplant!) and healthier spins on nonna's noodle dishes. 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
This is one instance where we like to use canned fruit instead of the fresh stuff because those rings are oh so perfect and just screaming for maraschino cherries. But if you’ve got wicked knife skills, by all means, go ahead and slice and core a fresh pineapple to use. You might want to grab a friend when it comes time to invert: slow cooker inserts can be heavy and you’ll need to hold another plate to catch the cake when you invert it. We think pineapple’s intense sweetness acidity goes very nicely with something creamy and fatty like unsweetened whipped cream.
You'll want to keep this homemade mild salsa within reach at all times.
Learn how to make the popular Thai frozen dessert at home.
This quick vegetarian dinner is as simple as tossing a package of ramen noodles with a flavor-packed spicy peanut sauce, which slicks each noodle with layers of flavor. Punchy vinegar, salty soy sauce, and spicy gochujang balance the creamy peanut butter in the rich sauce. It’s a flexible mixture, which would taste great alongside grilled chicken, pork satay, or even roasted mushrooms. To turn the noodles into an even more filling dinner, add cubes of tofu, quickly-boiled shrimp, or poached chicken.
You'll be surprised how delicious four ingredients blended with ice can taste.