We understand how important dinnertime is for your family. Here are collections of recipes to help you get dinner on the table easily every night.
Casseroles are easy one-pot meals that take little prep time. We even have dessert casseroles like cobblers and bread pudding.
If lasagna is just a layered noodle casserole, there's no
reason to stand on ceremony. Here's a vegetarian, autumnal
version with butternut squash, leeks, pine nuts and
Everyone gets an individual portion with this vegetarian,
Tex-Mex mini casserole. A normal-size casserole like this would
take close to an hour to bakethese are ready in half the
I work at home while caring for our two children, so I have to be creative at mealtimes to fix something quick and nutritious that everyone enjoys. This homey casserole fits all the requirements.' --Lori Gleason of Minneapolis, Minnesota
This casserole is a quick and easy variation on popular classic recipe. It's a crowd pleaser, especially with kids. Freeze leftovers in single servings and you will always have a veggie available for the kids on nights when you plan to go out.
I decided I would pick up things to make eggplant Parmesan. Mentally checking off ingredients, I left with what I was sure would make a great batch. Once I got home and started cleaning the eggplant, I realized I didn't have breadcrumbs, and somehow didn't have enough bread to make as much as I needed.
Not one to give up, I improvised. Instead of heavily coated slices of eggplant and lots of extra fat, I steamed the eggplant and then layered it with breadcrumbs, sauce and cheese. Once it was done, I realized I never added the Parmesan -- hence the new name.
Inspired by a trip to southwestern France, this delicious comfort-food recipe is a cross between cassoulet and gratin. Even kids who revolt when their foods touch will like spooning up the creamy potatoes and mining for sausage, carrots, and beans.