With just 10 minutes of prep, this Garlic Brown Sugar Pork Tenderloin is an easy dinner that’s fancy enough for guests!
This Hamburger Helper is one of those simple dinners that has been a lifesaver for our busy family. It only requires one pan (which equals fewer dishes to clean up), and the meal practically cooks itself after about 5 minutes of hands-on prep. That gives me just enough time to change a diaper, unpack the lunch boxes, and steam some broccoli before we all sit down to eat. And best of all, when the kids join us at the table, they greet their dinners with smiles instead of tears, they clean their plates, and then they often ask for more. That’s when you’ll feel like a true success. That’s when you will know that you’ve found the best of all worlds: healthy, easy, and delicious!
You only need 10 minutes to prepare this easy Slow Cooker Farmhouse Ham and Cheddar Soup — a cozy Crock Pot dinner to use up leftover ham!
Lightened-Up Mini Meatloaf is an easy, family-friendly, and healthy dinner! This low-calorie comfort food will nourish your body, mind, and soul!
You only need 5 minutes and 5 ingredients for this healthy dinner: Dump-and-Bake Honey Mustard Chicken!
Mollie’s Dump-and-Bake Chicken Rice Casserole is an entire dinner that cooks in one dish with only 5 minutes of prep. The brown rice, green beans, and chicken are baked together in a creamy sauce and topped with cheese and breadcrumbs at the end.
You only need 10 minutes of prep for this Tuna Noodle Casserole — an easy dinner that’s so good it’s truly unforgettable!
With recipes like this Slow Cooker Lasagna Soup, I can take a family-favorite comfort food dish and turn it into an easier and healthier dinner that everyone loves. Best of all, it’s ready and waiting for us when we need a hot supper together at the end of the day!
Best of all, the Cornbread Casserole is a complete meal in one pan. You don’t have to scramble to pull together a side dish or veggies at the last minute, since the filling is loaded with plenty of bell peppers, onions, tomatoes, and corn. A small amount of leftover (or rotisserie) chicken goes a long way and adds a protein boost; or you can substitute a can of beans for the meat and create a vegetarian option. It’s cheesy, it’s sweet, it’s tangy, it’s filling, it’s comforting, and it’s finished with a delicious cornbread crust!
With just one skillet, 20 minutes, and a handful of pantry ingredients, my One Skillet Mongolian Beef with Broccoli is an easy dinner that the entire family will love! I think that the meat and veggies are great on their own, but my boys like to pile them high on top of sticky white rice – restaurant style! However you serve it, this weeknight Mongolian Beef is a simple and delicious meal that will satisfy your Chinese food cravings – no matter where you live!