Quick & Easy
We know busy moms need quick meal solutions that work. Try these recipes to make feeding your family easier any night of the week.
Even breakfast-phobes won't mind eating the most important meal of the day if they can have these hearty, sweet and moist cookies. They boast the flavors of carrot cake with the nutritional goodness of quinoa, dates, carrot, pecans and oats.
These creamy treats come together in minutes.
Leftover pancakes can be refrigerated for up to 3 days or frozen, well-wrapped, for up to 3 months.
Think your microwave can't manage more than reheating leftovers? Think again. Our 6 superfast recipes will have you falling in love with that little oven all over again.
Get dinner on the table fast with these fresh recipe ideas your whole family will love.
Eating outdoors is special for kids, but packing up the food and keeping it safe in the heat can seem a little tricky. Don't let that stop you. With our menu suggestions and food safety tips, your picnic will be a walk in the park!
Is your child's cafeteria failing to provide healthy, nutritious food?
School mornings are hectic, but there are some things you can do to help pack lunches a little faster (without resorting to processed foods).
Whipping up homemade strawberry milk for Valentine's Day is as easy as three ingredients and a blender.
A tagine is a Moroccan stew made with dried fruit and an array of spices. This easy slow cooker recipe recreates the exotic dish with chicken, apricots, and raisins. The spice combination includes cumin, ginger cinnamon, and pepper.
Prepare this healthy dinner recipe ahead, then let it cook in the slow cooker until after work. Serve on brown rice to complete the meal.
Turkey, cheese, avocado, grapes, and chickpeas get their own row on top of lettuce for this colorful main dish salad.
A chicken and asparagus stir-fry served over salad greens with a honey and lemon dressing makes a satisfying meal that is ready in less than 30 minutes.
For a quick fix later on, shape the meatballs and then freeze them unbaked for up to 3 months. There is no need to thaw before baking. Just add a few extra minutes to the cooking time.