A simple skillet supper makes quick work of getting dinner on the table—and sets you up for a future meal of pasta salad with feta cheese, chilled Asian noodles, or a flavorful frittata.
Make It Later: Orzo Pasta Salad With Shrimp, Shrimp and Bell Pepper Frittata, or Chilled Peanut Noodles With Shrimp
A large batch of moist turkey meatballs tops a simple couscous salad one day and then transforms into quick pizzas, crowd-pleasing pasta, or lettuce wraps the next. The kids will be so happy!
Make It Later: Baked Pita Pizzas, Spaghetti and Turkey Meatballs, or Greek Lettuce Wraps
Up your grain-bowl game with rice, lentils, and mix-and-match toppings. Use the leftovers for a creamy soup, a zesty hummus, or a produce-packed wrap.
Make It Later: Creamy Red Lentil Soup, Red Lentil and Rice Hummus, or Lentil and Rice Veggie Wrap
This savory supper is comfort food at its finest. To help the beef hold its shape you could tie the meat with cooking twine. But, it will taste divine whether you tie it or not.
With a store-bought crust and frozen veggies, this dish comes together in a snap. And if you buy pre-sliced mushrooms there's no chopping required.
This creamy soup is both delicious and extra-healthy since the squash is packed with Vitamin A, and the apples are full of antioxidants
By using wonton wrappers homemade ravioli is weeknight simple. Get the kids involved to make the process go even faster.
Many risotto recipes call for constant stirring, but this one leaves your hands free to do other things—sip a glass of wine, perhaps?
Your family will fight over these cheese-filled rice balls. They're that good.
Serve this wholesome combo with white or brown rice for a complete meal. For an extra flavor boost drizzle the zucchini with a little more soy sauce.
These patties call for only five ingredients and cook in less than 10 minutes! A fruity relish makes them even more kid-friendly.