This simple meat and potato meal will appeal to the whole family. The best part? It's ready in just 30 minutes.
Love chicken Alfredo? Then you'll want to try this shortcut version, which is served on a pizza crust.
This simple slow cooker recipe features canned soup with boneless chicken breast for a Mexican-style meal without the fuss.
You get a double dose of turkey in these healthy burgers, which are made with ground turkey and topped with turkey bacon.
Pizza night can be any night of the week when you make this super fast and simple recipe.
If you think lasagna takes too long to make, try this version. It has just five ingredients and only takes 30 minutes to prepare.
The fried onions in this recipe create a crispy coating for the salmon while a little honey mustard gives it a hint of sweetness.
You won't believe how easy it is to whip up these yummy ribs coated in plum sauce.
Quinoa, a healthy whole grain, is a perfect complement to the turkey in this recipe.
Jazz up pork chops with a sweet and savory filling made with applesauce and boxed stuffing.
To make these supper sandwiches, just tuck beef patties into a pita, then top them with a cool and creamy sauce.
This hot sandwich is a great way to use up leftover pot roast and gravy.
Your kid will love this cheesy, saucy casserole, which has the flavors of pepperoni pizza.
The chicken is stuffed with broccoli and two types of cheese but is still surprisingly low in calories and fat.
Need a new way to make salmon? Try these fun burgers, flavored with fresh dill.
This well-rounded meal features Granny Smith apples and time-saving ingredients, such as a boxed potato mix and frozen peas.
A jar of corn and black bean salsa adds a burst of flavor to this low-calorie, low-fat soup. Choose a mild salsa if your family is sensitive to spicy foods.
Quick-cooking flank steak is combined with frozen veggies and purchased stir-fry sauce to make this meal ready to eat in less than 30 minutes.
Need a quick and healthy dinner? Here's a low-calorie, low-fat meal that's ready in about 20 minutes.
This tender pork is marinated in light ranch dressing and combined with quick-cook barley and peas for an easy-prep family meal.
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