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Cheesy Zucchini Tots(with video)
Mozzarella and Parmesan bring loads of flavor and help turn zucchini into this crispy, kid-friendly side dish or after-school snack. Keep them stashed in the freezer for tots anytime.
Dominican Corn Pudding(with video)
This silky-smooth pudding, also known as majarete, gets its robust corn flavor from two sources—steeping both fresh corn kernels and their cobs in coconut milk before turning it into a creamy custard.
Gluten-Free Zucchini Brownies(with video)
Kids and adults alike will never guess that these gluten-free treats contain grated zucchini, which helps give these brownies their moist texture.
Grilled Chicken Caprese(with video)
Your favorite Italian salad makes the perfect summer-fresh topping for mild-mannered grilled chicken.
Gluten-Free Pumpkin Spice Waffles(with video)
A weekend breakfast favorite, these waffles get a gluten-free makeover and are infused with pumpkin pie spices, making them perfect for fall mornings.
Frozen Banana-Mango Yogurt Bites(with video)
These refreshing, fruity yogurt bites are a family-friendly frozen treat that’s perfect for breakfast or an afternoon snack.
How to Cut an Onion(with video)
Onions are a flavor foundation in countless recipes, from sauces and soups to stir fries, skillets, and beyond.
3 Ways to Make Zucchini Noodles(with video)
Want oodles of noodles with fewer carbs and calories? Consider fresh zucchini.
How to Choose the Right Pasta Shape(with video)
Nothing beats budget-friendly, pantry-ready, crowd-pleasing pasta in terms of versatility. With so many options for shape, size, taste, and texture, pasta is a reliable dinner option that never gets old.
How to Build a Balanced Lunch Box(with video)
A lunchbox loaded with all the colors of the rainbow is more than just an eye-catching way to entice young eaters. Including a vibrant variety of veggies and fruit helps to ensure a wide range of nutrients for a well-balanced meal. It’s also a great way to make lunchtime more fun!
Cook Once, Eat Twice: Slow Cooker “Mississippi Roast”(with video)
Let the slow cooker do double duty with enough pot roast for two different meals.
Cook once, Eat Twice: Instant Pot Black Bean Chili(with video)
Tonight's smoky black bean chili becomes Mexican-style tostadas later in the week.
Cook Once, Eat Twice: Ground Turkey Fried Rice(with video)
Enjoy turkey fried rice tonight, then transform the leftovers into a hearty soup for another meal later.
How to Cook Once, Eat Twice
Make a little extra (a second pork tenderloin, a couple more cups of beans) when cooking one meal, then transform those leftovers into a quick and easy meal later. This meal planning strategy not only saves you time and money, it also keeps you and your family from getting bored of the same leftovers during the week.
3 Tips for Great Gravy(with video)
No Thanksgiving meal is complete without three little words, “pass the gravy.”
How to Carve a Turkey(with video)
It’s not Thanksgiving without the star of the show: golden-brown, delicious turkey.
Bacon-Wrapped Monster Crackers(with video)
Buttery crackers get the mummy treatment with the help of bacon strips. Cooking them low and slow in the oven transforms them into an irresistible bacon-infused snack or appetizer.
Baked Apple Cider Donuts(with video)
Fall-favorite cider donuts are packed with concentrated cider flavor and baked instead of deep-fried for a satisfying breakfast or snack that kids will love making and eating.
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