Kids will love the fun bow-tie pasta in this simple ham and cheese dinner.
Cover this irresistible comfort-food dish when it comes out of the oven, and whisk it to the potluck within a half-hour. It tastes best when it's warm.
Cheese-filled pasta makes this a heartier version of the classic mac and cheese.
See what the key is to successful family dinners and learn why they're so important. The best part? No fancy food required. A casserole fits the bill perfectly.
This delicious dish is a great conversation starter. Guests have probably never tried anything like it!
This recipe is a personal favorite of creator Mark Bittman. The couscous is a lovely alternative to rice or conventional pasta, and almost any vegetables -- even leftovers -- are a nice addition.
If you love enchiladas, you'll want to try this hearty casserole, which features layers of chicken, beans, and cheese.
Think lasagna takes too long to make? This recipe is super easy, and your kids will love the meatball and cheese filling.
Instead of taking the time to make a layered lasagna, throw together some curly noodles, cheese, marinara, and veggies in this easy variation.
Even the smallest kids can learn good table manners. Here's how to fix their most common problems.
If your kids don't like broccoli, try sweet peas, corn, or a different vegetable instead.
With its flaky crust and creamy filling, it's easy to see why this casserole has been a family favorite for years.
Take a break from the same old mac and cheese with this spiced-up version. Your kids can crush the tortilla chips for the topping.
When your family craves lasagna but you're short on time, make this five-ingredient recipe. It uses no-boil noodles so it goes together fast.
Does your family love nachos? Then serve them for dinner in this cheesy beef casserole.
Rich and creamy polenta replaces the pasta, which helps cut down the prep time for this lasagna recipe.
Kids who like a little spice in their meal will enjoy this Tex-Mex casserole. For those who don't, just use less chili powder.
With two kid-favorite ingredients, pasta and pepperoni, this dish is sure to be one you'll make again and again.
Zucchini has a mild flavor so it is a good vegetable for kids. In fact, they may not even taste it in this burger-flavored dish.
Beef round steak makes a hearty filling for this casserole. Kids will like the tender sweet potato and cheese topping.
This meatless casserole is super easy to make. Just cook the pasta, mix in the other ingredients, and bake.
The yummy flavors of pizza make this sausage and cheese casserole a family favorite.
It's fun to have breakfast foods at dinnertime. Make it a theme by having everyone come to dinner in pajamas.
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