We all have a favorite family meals sure to please all ages and even the pickiest of eaters. But if you find yourself in a food rut, we've got healthy, easy tips to jump-start your cooking, and make it fun for the whole family.
Enlist your Crock-Pot for easy eats on game day. With these mouthwatering Super Bowl recipes to enjoy your guests will all be winners, no matter who they're cheering for. Touchdown!
Hearty mix-ins and fun toppings add kid-friendly pizzazz to these soup-er weeknight recipes.
Take one of these irresistible dishes to a summer gathering or neighborhood party and bring home nothing but crumbs.
See how to turn store-bought ice cream sandwiches into one impressive (and easy!) dessert.
Your backyard grill can do much more than sizzle burgers, so use it to get your family fired up about a world of new flavors, including ideas for chicken, shrimp, and steak!
Make mealtime a success with this inspiring collection of strategy-focused dinners from mom and celebrity chef Melissa d'Arabian.
Five of our favorite food writers share their best family-friendly slow-cooker meals.
We've excerpted five great slow-cooker recipes your family will love from The Crockin' Girls' latest Slow Cookin' Companion: Yummy Recipes from Family, Friends, and Our Crockin' Community.
Watch FamilyFun editor Joy Howard as she demonstrates how to make a California Roll.
Watch FamilyFun's Joy Howard prepare Fruit Nachos, as featured in the September 2012 issue of FamilyFun magazine.
Not everything in a crust is for dessert. These four recipes offer main meal goodness, wrapped in serious kid-appeal!
A home-cooked collection of tried-and-true dishes passed down from our families to yours.
Cool down with one of these sweet frozen desserts from FamilyFun!
Making family meals a priority will benefit you and your kids.
Use ingredients around the house to make this delicious Asian dish.
The Naptime Chef, Kelsey Banfield, shows how to make a simple slow-cooker stew.
No one wants to worry about preparing dinner in the hectic days leading up to Thanksgiving. Our advice: Rely on your slow cooker for simple hands-off meals.
See how to make mini versions of this pizza-parlor staple. Tiny stromboli for tiny hands!
Have a plateful of ham leftover from your holiday meal? Lucky you! Repurpose it into one of these crowd-pleasing breakfasts, lunches, snacks, or dinners. These recipes are so easy, they just might tempt you to make a whole ham more often.
Best known for her "Milkshake," singer, mom, and chef Kelis serves up plenty more in her cookbook, My Life on a Plate, a collection of recipes inspired by her Puerto Rican upbringing and world travels. Here, she shares dishes fit for a feast.
Watch editor Joy Howard demonstrate how to make this cute, delicious, and healthy snack.
Private chef Jenna Helwig demonstrates how to cut up a chicken.
Watch FamilyFun's Sally Staub prepare Peking Chicken Pizza, as featured in the September 2012 issue of FamilyFun magazine.
Parents' food editor Erica Clark shows how to make yummy leaf chips from wonton wrappers and spices.
Running late (again)? No need to settle for takeout for the umpteenth time -- these fast, fresh meals get a jump start from great-tasting prepared ingredients.
When "The Biggest Loser" host and mom of two Alison Sweeney gets her heavy home-style dinners revamped, you'll pick up a few tricks you can use on your rich favorites.