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It's a weekly dilemma: What to make for dinner? On busy weeknights, with kids' afterschool activities and homework, dinner needs to be quick, easy—and most importantly—something the kids will eat. We've got you covered! From lasagna to pizza, casseroles to quesadillas, you'll find dinner recipes that are healthy, delicious, and quick to prepare. Want to get the kids involved? Try some recipes that kids can make by themselves.


Spinach Pesto on Rice

Spinach Pesto on Rice

Can it be challenging to get kids to eat their greens? At times, absolutely. But it can really make a difference when you use your greens in creative ways. Get your kids...
Roasted Broccoli With Chickpeas

Roasted Broccoli With Chickpeas

The secret to this new twist on a standby side dish? Roasting. And if the broccoli is combined with a legume like chickpeas (surprisingly tasty when roasted), it’s a...

Grilled Chicken and Corn Quesadillas

This unbelievably delicious and simple to prepare dish requires just a few ingredients. It's designed to be made in the summer, when the grill is out and corn is fresh. However,...

Crock-Pot Mexican Tortilla Lasagna

This Tortilla Mexican Lasagna is perfect for the schedule of a busy parent. Layered with tortillas instead of lasagna noodles and packed with veggies, salsa, and cheese,...
Quick and Easy Mushroom-Tortilla Pinwheels

Quick and Easy Mushroom-Tortilla Pinwheels

These look nice on a plate and are easy to make. They work well for a pot-luck event or for hosting a playdate with kids.
Chicken Pesto Tenders

Chicken Pesto Tenders

Basil is a delicious complement to many foods, and this recipe for basil pesto to serve with chicken tenders is easy to prepare and eat together as a family. It's also...
Best Black Bean Burger

Best Black Bean Burger

For years I was on a quest for the perfect vegetarian burger. After much trial and error, my husband and I agree, this is it! To make it even tastier, top the burger with...

Chicken and Wild Rice Casserole

Do you ever crave the recipes from your childhood? There has to be at least one dish you wish you could make as well as your mom did (and at least a bit more healthy). My...
Stuffed Peppers

Stuffed Peppers

These peppers are delicious, and quick to make using boil-in-a-bag rice, which takes just 10 minutes to cook. Stuffed peppers are yummy as a healthy dinner, lunch...or as...
Chicken with Raspberrry Balsamic Sauce

Chicken with Raspberrry Balsamic Sauce

Pasta in Smoked Salmon Cream Sauce

Pasta in Smoked Salmon Cream Sauce

This recipe may sound complicated, but it's easier than you think!
Chicken Pesto Pasta

Chicken Pesto Pasta

This Chicken Pesto Pasta is one of those meals that's seriously fast. It's even faster if you buy rotisserie chicken from the supermarket. And to save even more time, purchase...
Crock-Pot BBQ Chicken

Crock-Pot BBQ Chicken

Now we get to enjoy BBQ without having to go outside and stand over the grill in the heat of summer. Just five minutes of effort and 2 1/2 hours in your slow cooker yield...
Spaghetti With Spinach and Chickpeas

Spaghetti With Spinach and Chickpeas

This dish is fit for company if you have fresh spinach and high-quality olive oil, but will work just as well as a quick weeknight dinner if all you have on hand is a block...
Carissa’s Good ‘n Crazy Simple White Sauce

Carissa’s Good ‘n Crazy Simple White Sauce

This sauce is so versatile that it can be used to simply garnish mashed potatoes. It's best, however, when used in recipes like these: Creamy Chicken Enchiladas; Family-Friendly...

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