Try these healthy, make-ahead suggestions from celebrity fitness trainer Kathy Kaehler
Prepare this Italian-inspired dish in the morning and have a stress-free dinner at night
This yummy dessert can be prepared two days before Thanksgiving or any other special event
This healthy, simple soup is a great dish to make ahead of time
- Casseroles are an easy way to turn leftovers around while saving money and dishes
- Save time with this make ahead Thanksgiving side dish
- Have your freezer bags ready! This recipe makes a double batch
- This hearty stew will be most flavorful if it sits for a day or two in your refrigerator
- This festive salad blends seasonal fruits and flavors.
- You'll be surprised how much kids like green beans with a hint of sweetness.
- Mashed potatoes and cheddar: a perfect match!
- Let this stand about 10 minutes before serving
- For a special touch and a splash of color, float a variety of fresh fruits in the punch, such as sliced oranges, blueberries, and strawberries. This can be made a day in advance
- A flavorful twist on traditional fried chicken fingers. The sauce can be made a day ahead; refrigerate until ready to serve.
- Make-ahead food suggestions that you can buy, prep and store in one afternoon to last the whole week.
- 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).
- You can make and freeze this Thanksgiving side dish up to three weeks before the big day
- This recipe is healthy and easy -- perfect when the last thing you're thinking about is cooking
- Frozen squash saves a lot of prep time!
- This savory dish is hearty enough to satisfy any vegetarian
- We used turkey sausage, but pork also works well
- An easier alternative to mashed potatoes, these are crisp and flavorful. Prep Thanksgiving morning
- To prevent the sauce from curdling, don't let it boil once you add the sour cream
- A delicious spin on the holiday classic that you can make a week before Thanksgiving