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Homemade No-Knead Slow Cooker Bread
Fresh bread bakes in a slow cooker for a 5-ingredient recipe the whole family will love. Toast up slices for breakfast or sandwiches for lunch or dinner.
Instant Pot Confetti Cake(with video)
Baking this colorful, Instagram-worthy cake in your Instant Pot instead of the oven keeps your kitchen cool. Its 6-inch size makes it perfect for smaller family celebrations.
One-Pot Spaghetti with Meat and Mushroom Ragu
Family-friendly pasta cooks right in the sauce in this one-pot recipe that ensures an easy dinner and quick cleanup afterward.
Sheet Pan Vegetarian Omelet Breakfast Sandwiches(with video)
A sheet pan omelet is the easiest way to feed a brunch crowd. Eat on its own or turn into grab-and-go breakfast sandwiches. Freeze and reheat in the microwave for busy mornings.
Baked Matzo Meatballs
Instead of traditional bread crumbs, matzo meal is the secret to these juicy meatballs served atop zucchini noodles in this lower-carb recipe that’s great during Passover.
Individual Sweet Matzo Kugels
Featuring matzo instead of noodles, these mini kugels get their delicious flavor from apples, cinnamon, raisins, and walnuts for a dessert or side dish that’s perfect for Passover and beyond.
Matzo Ball Soup
This Passover classic gets a flavor boost from using roasted chicken wings as the base for the homemade slow cooker broth and their rendered drippings for the fluffy, flavor-packed matzo balls.
Matzo Quiche with Carrots and Greens
Sheets of matzo magically turn into a crust in this vegetarian quiche recipe, perfect to whip up for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner during Passover.
Matzo Veggie Lasagna
Matzo sheets sub for noodles in this vegetarian Passover lasagna recipe brimming with spinach, bell peppers, and three kinds of cheese.
Smoked Salmon and Matzo Appetizer
This impressive-looking 5-ingredient Passover appetizer tops matzo with silky smoked salmon and cream cheese. Peppery radishes and parsley bring a touch of fresh spring flavor.
Banana-Oatmeal Breakfast Bars
Overripe bananas are put to good use in this breakfast recipe that’s packed with fiber and is delicious served warm or cold. Flavored with honey and vanilla, they’re sure to please the whole family.
Freezer-Marinated Chicken Breasts
Marinating and freezing affordable boneless, skinless chicken breasts or thighs from a value pack saves you time and money when you’re faced with a midweek dinner dilemma.
Herbed Cheese Spread
Leftover bits of cheese are put to good use in this recipe that makes a delicious snack or breakfast. For the best texture, avoid very aged, hard cheeses like Parmesan.
Mixed Fruit Crumble
Avoid throwing out old fruit—particularly apples and berries—by keeping this oat topping in your freezer to whip up an affordable dessert anytime.
Slow Cooker Veggie Broth(with video)
Don’t toss those vegetable scraps. Collect them in the freezer, then repurpose them into an easy homemade vegetable broth that lets the slow cooker do all the heavy lifting.
Vegetarian Summer Rolls
Use up fresh herbs and veggies before they go bad in these Vietnamese-inspired summer rolls that are great as an appetizer, snack, lunch, or light dinner. Lay out ingredients beforehand for fast assembly.
Quinoa Bowl with Shrimp and Mango
Store-bought fruit salsa is an easy dinner shortcut for bold flavor in this fast but nutritious seafood recipe featuring lean protein and fiber-filled quinoa.
Spicy Soba Noodles with Chicken and Sugar Snap Peas
Rotisserie chicken plus quick-cooking soba noodles and veggies get this dinner on the table in only 15 minutes.
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