This chicken noodle soup may be simple, but nothing’s wrong with that. Your Instant Pot or pressure cooker of choice makes this comforting and savory classic in just an hour.
A hearty dish of baked oatmeal is a wonderful (and low-key, easy) brunch dish to make ahead for company, but it can also serve as a brilliant meal prep move that will set you up with practically instant breakfasts for the week. We call this our our “best” baked oatmeal recipe because it offers warming spiced flavor without overwhelming the palate, and achieves a delightful level of creaminess, while maintaining just the right amount of toothy integrity from the oats. Crowned with toasty almonds and bright, juicy berries, it’s this whole-grain breakfast bake is eye-catching as it is delicious. Serve with cream and maple syrup to sweet to taste.
There’s a universal attachment to these and the holidays. Everyone starts by rolling their eyes at the idea of them and then proceeds to eat at least 5.
A bowl of spicy Quinoa and Roasted Pepper Chili guarantees to take the chill off a cold winter’s day. This vegetarian chili is loaded with fresh vegetables, pinto beans, and quinoa and gets its zing from poblano chiles.
Golden-crispy panko fried chicken cutlets topped off with a vibrant Greek medley—what more could you ask for in a 20-minute meal? The veggie mixture served over the succulent chicken consists of a super flavorful blend of juicy tomato, bell pepper, refreshing cucumber, briny kalamata olives, salty feta, bright lemon juice, and plenty of fresh herbs… in other words, it’s delicious. In fact, it wouldn’t be a terrible idea to make a more than what you need, as this flavorful combo would make for an excellent addition to any number of other dishes. You could stir it into couscous or faro, spoon it over fish or pork, pile it into a pita pocket with hummus, or enjoy it simply over spinach for a salad.
This recipe starts with a can of biscuits to make assembly a breeze. The process is very similar to Monkey Bread, but with an Italian twist. Start by cutting the biscuits into quarters. Toss them in a mixture of mozzarella, pepperoni, Parmesan, basil, parsley, and oregano. The biscuit dough pieces are then transferred to a greased Bundt pan and baked in the oven for 45 to 50 minutes or until a wooden pick inserted in the center comes out clean. To remove the bread, let it rest for 5 minutes after taking it out of the oven. Invert it onto a platter and garnish with an extra dusting of Parmesan and fresh basil. Use your favorite store-bought marinara as a dipping sauce. Pull-Apart Pizza Bread makes the ideal nibble for Super Bowl parties. It’s warm, filling, and comes together in no time. Your favorite fans will be drooling once they smell this savory bread wafting from the oven.
This apple pie smoothie is an easy way to treat yourself and pack some nutrients into your day.
These cookies taste just like a s’more, no campfire required. The graham crackers really come through in the cookie, while the melty chocolate melds with toasted marshmallow during the baking process.
Save a few bucks and a trip to the drive-thru with this easy and inexpensive copycat recipe for Starbucks’ Eggnog Latte.
For an easy, no-bake treat that everyone will love, look no further than this decadent and chocolatey dessert cheese ball. Serve with dippers like strawberries, apple slices, and pretzels. It’s like an easy-to-make (and easy-to-share) “deconstructed” take on chocolate cheesecake.