Thses meals are an easy way to turn leftovers around while saving money and the dishes
This no-bake casserole is a great way to use leftovers
Baking instead of frying makes for a lighter-tasting eggplant
Kids can help by sprinkling cheese and spreading the corn muffin batter on top
- Casseroles are an easy way to turn leftovers around while saving money and dishes
- These easy recipes make everything taste even better the second time around
- Kids can help by sprinkling cheese and spreading the corn muffin batter on top
- Great as a side or in a soup or casserole, these beans are a great source of protein
- Kid-Friendly Recipe: Stove-Top Turkey Casserole
- Comfort food that will please the whole family
- A much simplified version of a classic comfort food.
- Kids and adults alike will love this ultimate in comfort food.
- Ingredients like olives, peppers and fresh herbs kick up the flavor of this colorful casserole
- The ingredient list may seem long, but prep goes quickly and, with only one pan, cleanup is a cinch!
- Baking instead of frying makes for a lighter-tasting eggplant. Serve with pasta or crusty bread.
- It's actually best to prepare this dish a day ahead of time, so the lamb's rich, satisfying flavor has time to meld with those of the herbs and wine. If you don't care for lamb, substitute veal shanks (though they're more expensive).
- In this colorful spin on a classic comfort food, vegetables get a kid-friendly boost with a topping of melted cheese. Serve with a crisp green salad.
- You can make and freeze this Thanksgiving side dish up to three weeks before the big day
- This savory dish is hearty enough to satisfy any vegetarian
- Kids can help by measuring dry ingredients, mixing ingredients in pie plate, and crimping edges of crust
- Mini-marshmallows make this healthy veggie dish kid-friendly
- A week of dinners for the whole crew
- Kids can help by sprinkling the cheese over the pie shell
- Prepare this Italian-inspired dish in the morning and have a stress-free dinner at night