While you may be busy ironing out the final details of your Thanksgiving menu, we’re already thinking about the days after: what are we going to do with all those leftovers?! The tricky part about Thanksgiving leftovers is using them in a creative and new way that requires minimal work (because let’s be honest, no one wants to cook on the days after Thanksgiving). These 6 recipes are simple, fun and require minimal extra ingredients. Your leftovers couldn’t disappear quicker!
If you thought getting your family to eat their veggies was hard, adding fruit to the mix may sound even harder– until now. We’ve got some fun, delicious and family-friendly dinner recipes that use fruit in a seamless way. These dishes are nutrient-packed and super colorful. A party on your plate!
Although we love a good avocado smash, there are so many other ways you can use this delicious superfood. Their smooth and creamy texture makes a great binder for dips, soups and even desserts! And their luxurious flavor is a great contrast for fresh veggies and fruit. Check out some of our favorite avocado recipes that you can make any time of year and day!
Chilled Avocado Soup Shots give all the flavor of guacamole in a fun, crowd-pleasing presentation.
Change up pizza night by grilling your pie and topping it with chunks of avocado, poblano peppers and plenty of pepper jack cheese.
No ice cream maker necessary for these rich and creamy Avocado Ice Pops!
Spicy Avocado & Cucumber Bowls are elegant and healthy.
After spending a long day in an office, we can’t wait to get outside and enjoy the weather. We like to take every opportunity we can to dine al fresco with a fabulous meal that looks just as beautiful as the sunset. If you’re looking for some warm-weather inspiration (veggie-packed pastas, grilled kebabs, you name it), we’ve got you covered.
Valentine’s Day is the perfect opportunity to get cozy in the kitchen with your sweetheart. With that in mind, we’ve picked out a delicious menu of recipes that feed two—because really, what are you going to do with a whole pot roast or 18 cupcakes? So grab your matching aprons and that bottle of bubbly and get cooking!
Start with a light and fresh Escarole Salad. It comes together in just minutes.
Why celebrate Meatless Monday just once a week when you can have the option to make all your weeknight meals vegetarian-friendly? Behold: five flexitarian meals where you decide to add the meat or omit it. No matter what you choose, you’ll end up with a hearty, healthy and delicious meal that everyone will ask for seconds.
Monday, January 26
Stay true to Meatless Monday with this Quick Bean & Porcini Ragu–the taste and texture will feel like a real meat ragu!
A bubbly, warm, saucy Italian dish on a cold, winter night? Now that’s amore! Save the caprese salads and basil pesto for the summer–this winter, we want the hearty baked dishes, crunchy baguettes and creamy desserts that Italy is known for. So take your pick at a cheesy, sausage-laden pizza bread, a rich and smoky sauteed chicken or a creamy, gooey, this-is-what-dreams-are-made-of baked pasta dish. Finish it off with a riff on Tiramisu and you’ve got yourself an Italian grandmother’s hug for your taste buds.
Tonight is the first night of Chanukah, and to keep your holiday extra sweet and delicious throughout the next eight days, we’ve collected some of our favorite Jewish recipes with a twist. So let bubbe know her workload is lightened this year, grab your biggest frying pan and get to work. There are candles to be lit!
Coffee-Braised Brisket is sweet and smoky, with a caffeinated kick!
The official holiday countdown has begun: 2 days until Chanukah, 11 days until Christmas and 17 days until New Year’s Eve. But you still gotta eat—and latkes, candy canes and champagne do not a meal make. In honor of the season, we have a special Weeknight Meal Planner just for you. Flavorful, festive and fancy only begin to describe this week’s recipes, and the best part is they’ll be on your table in minutes, leaving you plenty of time for last-minute shopping.
Monday, December 15
If you haven’t had time to plan your Thanksgiving dinner yet, drop the catering menu. We’ve got 5 easy and delicious recipes that can be on your table in just two hours, thanks to the help of the turkey breast and the microwave. Don’t believe us? Here’s a real-life testimony that proves it’s never too late for a home-cooked turkey dinner.