We know busy moms need quick meal solutions that work. Try these recipes to make feeding your family easier any night of the week.
A favorite dinner in a soup! We added a few vegetables as well but the kids will still love this one dish meal.
To reheat leftover quesadillas warm them in a dry frying pan.
Broccoli slaw makes a quick filler for these healthy chicken sandwiches. Peanut sauce adds extra flavor.
Try this kid-friendly twist on a classic Greek salad. It's like summer in a bowl!
This stovetop macaroni-and-cheese recipe takes just 15 minutes and has only five ingredients, including salt and pepper! (Plus, it's way tastier than the boxed version.)
Nuts! Chocolate! Red wine! Enjoy these(and other) feel-good foods today to help your body deal better with the physical effects of stress. Some may actually improve your mood.
Take a break from takeout with these good-for-you versions of your family's favorites. They cook up quicker than you can say drive-thru.
Eating outdoors is special for kids, but packing up the food and keeping it safe in the heat can seem a little tricky. Don't let that stop you. With our menu suggestions and food safety tips, your picnic will be a walk in the park!
Is your child's cafeteria failing to provide healthy, nutritious food?
Up all night with a colicky infant or cranky toddler? Dinner's probably the last thing on your mind. Food writer (and Parents contributor) Debbie Koenig has some sanity-saving tips for frazzled moms and dads. Read our interview; then check out recipes from Debbie's cookbook, Parents Need to Eat Too.
The grocery store salad bar and deli counter are a busy mom's best friends. Here are easy ideas for how to use them to assemble a meal in minutes.
The vegetables are cut into tiny pieces then tossed with the tiny pasta, making this recipe perfect for little mouths.
Chicken strips get a crispy bread crumb coating in this dinner recipe. The corn and bean rice acts as a side dish to make this a complete meal.
Kids will like the mini cheese ravioli used in this main dish soup. It's made with ground turkey, which keeps it low in fat and calories.
Baby carrots get a sweet honey-ginger glaze in this simple side dish recipe.
Slash your supermarket spending with meals so good your family will fight over the leftovers.
You probably have a jar in your cabinet, so grab it and get cooking!
Next time you pitch in for a school fundraiser, try these doable yet drool-worthy desserts.
School mornings are hectic, but there are some things you can do to help pack lunches a little faster (without resorting to processed foods).
This delicious soup has all the hearty goodness of enchiladas in warm comforting soup form. Yum!