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No Fail Lunches for Everyone

Right now, feeding the family can seem like an all day, every day affair. Luckily, we’ve got the cure for kitchen burnout with 10 delicious, can’t-fail recipes that are a cinch to prepare in advance. Keep them at the ready for whenever growing appetites strike.

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Rainbow Recipes for Kids

Find that pot of gold right in your own kitchen by making a few of these colorful dinners and desserts with your kids. While children will need some help with a few of the steps along the way, all of these recipes feature kid-friendly flavors and introduce them to the fun of cooking.

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Ice Cube Tray Hacks

Now that you and your family are cooking at home more, you might have a few odds and ends of ingredients left in your fridge. Enter the ice cube tray! 

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5 Super Simple Desserts

Even stay-at-home dinners deserve a big finish, and these desserts are here to serve. From cakes and pies to creamy puddings and fresh fruit tarts, each of these sweets is a feast for the eyes as well as the taste buds. Bonus: They're super easy to make.

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Foolproof One Pot Meals

There’s nothing better than a hot, homecooked meal at the end of a long day... unless it’s a homecooked meal with a fraction of the cleanup. Tonight, ditch (most of) the dishes without skimping on flavor. 

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Fun with Food | Kids' Boredom Busters

We suddenly have a lot of time on our hands, and the kids need entertained. Here are simple ways they can be kept busy (and have fun!) with a few things you probably already have on hand.

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Every Day is Taco Day

Sorry, Taco Tuesday, you’re not the only Taco Day in town anymore. There’s no need to restrict taco night to only one day a week—or to just one filling—when you’ve got these versatile recipes on hand.

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10 Terrific Canned Tuna Recipes

When it comes to cooking with what’s on hand, it’s hard to go wrong with canned tuna.

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Basic Ingredient Swaps

Ever find yourself making a recipe and realize you don’t have an ingredient it’s calling for? Here are a few ingredient alternatives that you might have on hand instead.

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How to Naturally Dye Eggs

It's Easter egg season! Look no further than your fridge and spice cabinet to make these vibrant, all-natural dyes.

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12 Ways to Cook an Egg

Eggs. Most people have them in their fridge and they are used in so many different recipes. But when it comes to making eggs, you might only know a few ways. Well, we're here to help you think outside of the box!

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3 Easy Sheet Pan Meals(with video)

It’s hard to say what we love most about sheet pan dinners. Is it the simple prep, quick cook time, easy clean up, or all three? 

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Movie Marathon Popcorn Upgrades

There is nothing like getting comfy on the couch with a bowl of popcorn and your family’s favorite flicks. Kick the flavor up a notch with these creative (and easy!) combinations.

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10 Versatile Pantry Staples

No matter what the cooking scenario, it’s always helpful to keep a supply of non-perishable ingredients on hand. These 10 versatile, budget-friendly pantry staples can be used countless ways. We’re sharing some of our favorites to help you keep calm and cook on.

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Love Your Leftovers

Cook once, eat twice! Here’s how to make the most out of your meals by storing leftovers and reheating them so they’re just as good the second time around.

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3-Ingredient Cocktails(with video)

What’s better than a cool, refreshing cocktail? Staying at home and bringing the bar to you! Three ingredients are all you need to be a master mixologist with these can’t-miss versions of two classic cocktails.

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12 Essential Recipes for a New Cook

We're cooking at home as a family now more than ever before, which means it's a great time to brush up on the basics—or learn them if you are new to cooking.

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Date Night at Home

You might not be able to call the babysitter and head out to your favorite restaurant for a little while, but you can still have a date night in your own kitchen. Choose recipes together and cook as a team or let one partner surprise the other with something special. Just remember to light some candles, put on some romantic music, and let the sparks fly.

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