Quick and Easy Dinners
Quick and easy dinners take the stress off of your typically busy day. Browse our hundreds of ideas for quick and easy dinners, from chicken and beef to vegetarian meals, that you can have to table in a half-hour.
Use frozen meat balls for convenience when you prepare this main-dish stew recipe. You can add them straight from the package because they are cooked before being frozen.
Herbs and edible flowers transform a store-bought roasted chicken into a special dinner fit for company.
Start the day with a serving of fruits and vegetables with this delicious pancake recipe. Let any leftovers cool, then freeze (in freezer bags) for a quick reheat on busy mornings.
Kids can make these easy chicken salad sandwiches in just 15 minutes.
This chicken pizza is made in casserole dishes and topped with refrigerated breadsticks.
Kids get more excited about eating foods that they help prepare. Let them get involved in assembling and serving this BLT sandwiches.
Seasoned beef tenderloin steaks make for a satisfying low-calorie, low-carb meal.
This 30-minute meal is perfect weeknight food and is a great way to use up leftover chicken in a new way. Both Asian soba noodles and whole-wheat spaghetti work well in this noodle bowl.
Whip up this 20-minute dinner the day after a big feast to use up leftover turkey and vegetables.
Make your own takeout! Each dinner can customize his or her own sushi roll with different vegetables, fish and seeds when you DIY.
Ready in under 30 minutes, this family favorite beef and vegetable pizza recipe is ideal to serve on busy weeknights.
There's a surprise hiding in these fully-loaded pork fajitas: steamed spaghetti squash!
No oven is required for this steak and zucchini dinner. The meat and vegetables cook on the grill while the rice is done in a flash in the microwave.
Bored by spaghetti and meatballs? Give carbonara (bacon and egg pasta) a try for a fast and fresh take on Italian cuisine.
Use thick bread for these kid-friendly lollipop sandwiches.
Cook the chops and the vegetables in the same skillet to minimize cleanup. Be sure to use the flavorful drippings to make the sauce.