All you need is 15 minutes to prepare this flavor-rich slow cooker dinner. Let your kids pick out their favorite veggies to pile on top.
You'll love this classic recipe that practically cooks itself. Serve with fortified or whole wheat pasta to give your little ones a nutrition boost.
With crowd-pleasing ingredients, such as sweet potato and chicken, this stew is a great way to introduce Asian cuisine. Check out the stove-top variation for a last-minute prep solution.
This Italian-inspired recipe features vitamin-rich veggies over fun farfalle pasta. The best part: It only requires 10 minutes of prep time!
This cool spin on traditional sloppy joes is simplified with ready-made pizza sauce -- so you don't have to fuss with extra ingredients.
These South-of-the-Border favorites are packed with protein and colorful veggies, such as black beans, red pepper, avocado, and corn.
Get barbecue flavor without the hassle of the grill with this tender beef brisket recipe that freezes perfectly for leftovers.
Slow-cooker beef stew is a delicious, crowd-pleasing meal. See how easy it is to make.
It's super simple to customize this meal with your family's favorite pasta and cuts of chicken. Top with a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese.
Dress up this classic vegetable stew with no-fuss cornmeal dumplings.
This lighter take on chili hits the spot anytime of the year. Make dinner fun by setting out toppings such as sour cream, chopped tomato, and cilantro for a make-your-own-chili bar.
This homey comfort food chicken and veggie dish features easy-prep cheddar biscuits.
It's hard to beat the flavors of slow-simmered soup, especially this Mexican-inspired favorite made with pork tenderloins.
Looking for a new way to cook chicken? Try this simple slow cooker version, flavored with paprika, thyme, and brown sugar.
With five ingredients and only 10 minutes of prep time, this go-to recipe is a lifesaver on busy weeknights.
Even picky eaters will approve of this chicken and noodles combo. Serve with a side salad or your family's favorite veggies.
Packed with protein and good-for-you-vegetables, this recipe is sweetened with orange marmalade and teriyaki sauce.
This slow-simmered Moroccan stew is served alongside couscous -- a small but tasty whole grain.
Looking to make use of leftover spaghetti noodles? Whip up this simple meal made with jarred spaghetti sauce, zucchini, and boneless beef chuck roast.
Made with lean ground turkey, this lighter chili recipe features kidney beans and corn. Serve over crunchy tortilla chips.
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