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The Naptime Chef, Kelsey Banfield, shows how to make a simple slow-cooker stew.
The key to making weeknight dinners a breeze is finding recipes that allow you to prep components in advance. Taking an hour on Sunday to tackle some preliminary chopping and cooking will save you precious time during the week.
What's our trick for cooking a turkey faster and more evenly? We butterfly it!
Kids will love to help make this sweet and simple apple treat.
Preparing a nourishing meal night after night and then getting it on the table while hungry kids clamor for attention and chicken nuggets doesn't have to be undoable.
The key to this menu plan is sticking to largely hands-off recipes and making more than your family will eat at one meal to guarantee leftovers later in the week.
Chef Jenna Helwig demonstrates how to make an easy pan sauce that pumps up the flavor of a meal.
Parents' food editor Erica Clark shows how to make yummy leaf chips from wonton wrappers and spices.
Parents' food editor Erica Clark demonstrates how to roll out perfect pie dough.
High-flavor, low-fat tips for cooking veggies, seafood, and poultry in a snap.
Parents contributor Jenna Helwig shows us how to make an impressive ganache coated cake with a simple powdered sugar stencil.
The Naptime Chef, Kelsey Banfield, shows how to make a yummy pumpkin pie with gingersnap crust.
Our simple guide will help you rise to the occasion and create bakery-worthy desserts you can be proud of.
Parents' food editor Erica Clark demonstrates three easy ways to decorate birthday cakes.
Prepare delicate ingredients like fruit and fish with this simple technique that's also healthy and delicious.
Simple tips and tasty recipes that make delicious use of a whole chicken.
Watch FamilyFun editor Joy Howard as she demonstrates how to make a California Roll.
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Learn how to get the crispy texture kids love through baking and avoid all the fat of frying.
Stir-frying is a phenomenally easy way to add some sizzle to your weeknight dinners. The three hallmarks of this Asian style of cooking are the pan you cook in (stir-fries are traditionally made in a wok, but a large skillet works, too), high heat, and constant stirring. It takes mere minutes, so be sure to have all your ingredients prepped and ready to go before you start!
Pump up the flavor of your favorite foods with an easy-to-make sauce.
Watch as Parents contributor Jenna Helwig shows you how to prep your cake for decorating. Learn to level your layers and put on a crumb coat.
Watch editor Joy Howard demonstrate how to make this festive, summery cupcake that masquerades as a snow cone.
Can't remember the last time you had a relaxing evening? These simple strategies will turn supper into the best part of your family's day.