Fresh From the Kitchen
Slow Cooker Eggplant Parmesan requires no frying to make dinner delicious. This might be even better than the classic recipe you're used to!
Farro gets the silky risotto treatment in this fall-flavored slow cooker recipe.
Cream cheese adds richness to a mixture of sauteed vegetables and sausage. Pour it all over packaged frozen pierogi. (You dont even have to thaw them!) The recipe from Jan Valdez of Chicago was a finalist in our Best of the Midwest® recipe contest.
Avoid brunch stress by baking up a simple egg skillet. The recipe basically cooks itself (so you can focus on mixing up a pitcher of mimosas)!
This recipe is reminiscent of a really good, classic mac & cheese--but the squash adds a load of vitamins and fiber to up your nutritional game.
Chicken becomes fall-off-the-bone tender when you prepare it in a slow cooker. Add a tasty vegetable sauce and pasta for one irresistible dinner.
This shrimp scampi recipe calls for flavor filled with butter, lemon, olive oil, garlic and more. This dish looks impressive and is very easy to make.
Kick off fall with this dessert pizza that includes a cheddar-spiked cookie crust, sauteed apples, salted caramel sauce, and crunchy toasted pecans.
Make these hot and spicy wings for any event and serve with a bit of dip for a fabulous appetizer.
Fajitas without the fuss! Simply sear chicken breasts, then top with vegetables and beans before slow cooking.
Fan of pumpkin-spiced everything? These Marshmallow Fluff-Filled Pumpkin Whoopie Pies, a glorious combo of pie, cookie, and cake, will cure your cravings!
Let Johnsonville Sausage Expert Joe shows you how to make Italian Sausage Lasagna for that special someone! (Of course, it's also perfect for dinner with family or friends, too.)
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These Fudge Brownies are chocolatey, chewy, and rich. To make them even more decadent, top them with vanilla ice cream and juicy brandied cherries.
With hearty ingredients like butternut squash and barley, you won't miss the meat in this creamy vegetarian chowder.
The original pound cake got it's name from the weight of it's main ingredients. This healthier version, served with berries, is the perfect accompaniant to a cup of tea.
Simple to make and delightful to eat, these fruit- and nut-stuffed apples smell wonderful simmering in the crockpot. Dress them up with a scoop of ice cream and drizzle of sea salt caramel glaze.
Simmer chicken meatballs in a rich, fruity sauce for a party appetizer that will disappear in a flash. Prefer to serve without toothpicks? Stack each meatball on top of a slice of crostini.
Stuffed French Toast goes sweet in a Croque Monsieur variation or savory a la Croque Madame for your next brunch.
Classic Shepherd's Pie is topped with mashed potatoes, but our modern version mixes in rutabaga, parsnips and carrots, too.
Savor the flavors of fall with this quick and easy recipe for Beer-Glazed Sausage with Brussels Sprouts and Apples.
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This flavorful frittata can be a simple brunch or weeknight supper dish; if you don't have fresh thyme, just substitute dried. The recipe comes from Urban Roots Farm in Springfield, Missouri.
This simple Apple Quick Bread is the perfect baking recipe to welcome fall. A drizzle of autumn-inspired nutmeg and cinnamon icing covers each slice.
Save hundreds of calories (and tons of clean-up time) making baked sweet potato fries instead of deep frying. They taste as good as the fast food version!
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This pesto-topped quinoa salad is an easy weeknight dinner, ideal as we ease into the school year. The leftovers make for a yummy lunch tomorrow, too.
Try this hearty salmon chowder for a quick weeknight meal the next time you're craving healthy comfort food. Bonus: It makes for delicious leftovers!
Learn how to make marinara sauce from scratch and it can easily be stored in the freezer for meals to come!
Inspired by the Cinnamon Toast Crunch shot, this well-balanced dessert cocktail has equal parts spicy, powerful Fireball and creamy, cool RumChata.
It's hard to believe four cups of cauliflower are hiding in this cheesy casserole! This is one comfort food dinner that will get even the pickiest eaters to enjoy eating vegetables.