Stuck in a dinnertime rut? Check out these kid-friendly meal solutions for dinner tonight!
Get your picky kid to start trying (and yes, loving) vegetables in just one month. We've got a brilliant week-by-week plan for delicious but easy side dishes that will have your child asking for more.
We dish on simple ways to dress up some plain ol' boneless chicken breast.
If you can't find queso fresco top these mild tacos with shredded cheddar or Monterey Jack.
These one-dish dinners feature kid-favorite flavors and ingredients, making them perfect for family dinners.
Dig into slimmed-down, flavor-packed versions that you'll love as much as the kids do.
Make chicken in a way that your kids will actually eat -- and like -- with these great recipes.
Here are 4 tips for a better family dinner.
Cooking foods inside of a parchment packet ("en papillote") is easy enough for weeknight dinners, and impressive enough for dinner parties. Watch as parents contributor Jenna Helwig show us how to make a parchment packet.
Make this meatless meal ahead by putting the ingredients in the slow cooker. Let it cook all day and dinner will be ready when you get home from work.
This slow cooker recipe combines favorite Tex Mex chili ingredients with New England baked beans and corn. The result is a hearty family-style chili or if you prefer, chowder. If you like, use ground beef instead of ground turkey.
Our creative new slow-cooker recipes will tempt your taste buds and satisfy your desire for simple, homemade fare.