The perfect combination of heartiness and healthy. But no worries, you’d never guess from the taste that it’s anything but indulgent as heck.
Skip the takeout and whip up this fast and easy honey garlic shrimp. Your tastebuds and your wallet will thank you.
This creamy vegetarian pasta dish, made with rigatoni, spinach, sun-dried tomatoes, and lemony ricotta, is on the table in just 30 minutes. Sounds like a weeknight winner to us.
Smashed potatoes, crispy pancetta, charred scallions, and a creamy yogurt and mayo dressing get tossed together in this easy side dish that you’ll keep coming back to.
Every bit as comforting and satisfying now as it was 60 years ago, this classic recipe marries tender braised chicken, artichoke hearts, and mushrooms with a sherry and vermouth sauce.
Prepare to be wowed by these crispy panko-crusted mashed sweet potato cakes. We certainly were.
A healthy-ish riff on the beloved New England soup that’s made entirely in your multi-cooker. Plus, there’s bacon.
This stealthy healthy salad combines arugula, fennel, red onion, and apple with a bright citrus dressing.
Hazelnut thyme matchsticks are thin, crisp crackers made with ground hazelnuts, cheese, and butter. The matchsticks are perfect with soup or as a snack.
Studded with almonds and coated in silky chocolate, this roca—essentially toffee—is utterly impossible to resist. Give it as a holiday gift.
Roasted cauliflower. Andouille sausage. Spinach. Goat cheese. Bowtie pasta. What’s not to love about this quick weeknight meal? You’ll be fighting your loved ones for leftovers.
Antoni Porowski’s chicken with grapes is a revelation. Sweet and jammy, with woodsy herbs and roasted onions–this chicken has it all.
Tasty and tender gluten-free muffins can be hard to master but these little beauties are simple and bake up with a light crumb and a topping that will knock your socks off.
A satiating, simple meal that is Italian food at its best–full of robust flavors and easy prep. Serve as a side or on its own with a slice of homemade bread.
So satisfyingly subtle and sweet and smoky and spicy, it’ll forever banish canned Campbell’s tomato soup from your thoughts.
This cornbread salad makes a great side or even a delicious first course by adding chicken or steak. The recipe calls for store-bought cornbread. Easy.
Sweet, but not too sweet, and chocolatey (extra chocolatey, actually) gelato is smooth, silky, and rich. This sweet treat is for real chocolate lovers.
A quick and easy pasta dish that makes the most of all the veggies you could possibly have on hand. Plus halloumi cheese? Sign us up.
A simple little salad that uses height of summer tomatoes to great effect. A dash of Middle Eastern spices and salty cheese make it perfect.
Tomato and peach panzanella may sound unlikely but it’ll knock your socks off. If you’re not wearing socks this time of year, then it’ll knock your flip-flops off. Guaranteed.