Dazzle your guests with cheesy garlic bread twists that look like they took hours to make, but come together in less than 20 minutes! The herb and cheese mix sprinkled on top turns every savory bite into a melt-in-your-mouth experience.
Does your busy schedule leave you with almost no time to cook? Fill your meal plan for the next 3 weeks with these 21 surprisingly simple dinners that take minutes to make. You’ll avoid the drive-thru with stress-free dishes your whole family will love, and serve them in record time!
Add this flavorful Herb and Cheese Savory Monkey Bread to your Holiday menu, or serve it alongside a comforting soup for dipping. Everyone will justify “one more piece” after biting into the gloriously soft center!
You won’t have meat going bad with these delicious Leftover Ham Recipes! From comforting soups to cheesy casseroles, there are dozens of ways to turn your Holiday ham into an easy breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Hosting a big dinner can make anyone anxious, especially if you’re an introvert. These hosting tips streamline ALL prep work involved, so you can experience a night of no-stress! Now you can relax with your guests, instead of worrying about whether they’re having a good time.
This Strawberry Pretzel Jello Salad is an irresistible mix of sweet and salty with just enough creaminess in the middle to balance both. It’s almost like a dessert, but I prefer to call it a side dish. That way you can have an extra treat without all the guilt!
Simple Steamed Rice is a super cheap and filling addition to any meal — I especially love pairing this with my Easy Chicken Veggie Stir Fry, but you could easily use it as the foundation to a variety of dishes! Hands down the tastiest rice recipe you’ll ever try.
This easy chicken veggie stir-fry packs a flavorful and nutritious punch! It comes together incredibly fast, and you can switch out veggies based on preference and time of year. Perfect for a quick lunch or dinner!
Prepare a pot of cozy comfort with these delicious comfort food crockpot recipes, and let dinner practically make itself! They’re not your typical pot roast and veggie combo either. You’ll find breakfast options, delectable treats, and yes, even banana bread in this mix!
Does the school year have you panicking about what to make for dinner? It shouldn’t! These simple school night suppers are perfect for busy weeknights. They’re kid-friendly and parent-approved, and go from grocery bag to dinner table in 29 minutes or less!
Eating at home is WAY more cost-effective than eating at a local restaurant or grabbing takeout. These 5 cookbooks have made it to the top of my money-saving favorites, and I rely on them constantly to stretch our meals!
This gourmet twist on the grilled cheese sandwich is perfect for a quick lunch or week-night meal. The ham satisfies almost every meat lover, Ranch dressing provides a bit of a bite, and the complimentary Monterey Jack cheese oozes in all the right places!
Stovetop mac and cheese is one of the easiest ways to recreate your favorite childhood comfort food. This recipe comes together in 15 minutes and uses just 4 ingredients, but tastes so much better than the boxed version. Your kids will love it!
These easy popcorn chicken bites come together in less than 30 minutes, and make a fantastic quick dinner or hearty snack. The outside coating crisps up perfectly in the oven and eliminates the need for a deep fryer!
Calling this recipe The Best Potato Soup Recipe EVER might sound like Buzzfeed-style click-bait, but there’s a deliciously good reason. It’s that good.