It's simple: These very merry Christmas cookie recipes are favorites that you'll want to save, hand down, and make again and again. We've got all the classics, including sugar cookie recipes, Christmas spritz cookies, and spiced gingerbread recipes. Try one of our cookie recipes to share this Christmas!View Slideshow
One of the most time-consuming parts of any holiday meal: making the dinner rolls. With the time it takes to prepare the dough, wait for it to rise, and bake, traditional dinner roll recipes can be an all-day affair! Making dinner rolls doesn't have to take all day, though. Whether you make them from scratch or start with a little extra help, you can make delicious dinner rolls in just one hour. So, make preparing your holiday dinner a little easier with these eight quick dinner roll recipes that are all ready in 60 minutes or less!View Slideshow
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Tight on time? No problem. Try one of these simple yet satisfying chicken recipes for dinner tonight -- there are fresh chicken salads, soups, pastas, sandwiches, and more. These recipes are easy to make and take less than 35 minutes to prepare.
Dinner on the fly doesn't have to sacrifice flavor. Use your trusty skillet to brown chicken breasts, then add broth for a rich pan sauce. Crisp, crumbled bacon pieces contribute salty crunch, while asparagus and summer squash keep the dish fresh.
This healthy take on traditional pad thai swaps the heavy peanut butter sauce for a refreshing mix of rice vinegar and mint. Packaged julienned carrots and rotisserie chicken help the restaurant favorite come together in no time.
Ground chicken seasoned with coriander and cumin joins canned tomatoes, dried plums, and olives to form the bold mixture that tops this tasty taco salad. Finish with crushed tostada shells and a sprinkle of shredded cheese.
Comfort food just got quick. Sear rosemary-rubbed chicken breasts in a skillet before combining with grapes and almonds. Spoon the sweet and savory mix onto fast-cooking grits for a from-the-heart chicken dinner that's ready in minutes.
Get all the flavor of food-truck gyros from the comfort of your kitchen by skewering chicken breast tenderloins with grape tomatoes and baking with fresh herbs. Pile the meat into pita bread along with our homemade cucumber-yogurt sauce for unbeatable Greek sandwiches.
This traditional chicken soup gets a twist when topped with snipped fresh basil. To make it heartier, substitute small broccoli florets for the celery and one 9-ounce package of refrigerated cheese-filled tortellini for the noodles.
For a quick spin on crispy chicken strips, look to a crunchy combination of pretzel sticks and peanuts. Complete the 30-minute meal with vegetable couscous and creamy honey-mustard dipping sauce.
Put those packages of instant noodles to work in this quick Asian chicken recipe. Packed with bright veggies, tender chicken pieces, and a savory coconut broth, the one-pot soup gains bold flavor from fresh ginger and red curry paste.
With one bite of this time-saving chicken stir-fry, you'll forget all about takeout. A rich combination of hoisin and soy sauces smothers chicken, broccoli, and yellow sweet peppers before joining chow mein noodles for a fantastic 400-calorie meal.
A classic meal of meat and potatoes doesn't have to be heavy. Bright lemon and fresh snipped thyme lighten fingerling potatoes and chicken breast halves in this 30-minute skillet recipe.
Spice up taco night with yummy Asian ingredients like kimchi and Sriracha sauce. The super-easy and flavorful chicken tacos can be made on the grill or the stove top.
Cold deli chicken, crisp napa cabbage, and sweet slices of apple and pineapple create a stellar stackup. Drizzle the weeknight-perfect chicken salad in a snappy ginger sauce. Stir in peanut butter to make it extra creamy.
For a new and exciting weeknight dinner, serve up a batch of our chicken and bean chimichangas. Fry them for just 3 minutes before dunking in cool queso fresco, creamy avocado, or salsa.
Running behind? Whip up this chicken dish in 15 minutes flat. While diced celery gives the salad bite, grapes and apples add hints of sweetness.
Satisfy your barbecue cravings with a hearty pulled chicken sandwich. Ours features shredded roasted chicken and onions in a peppery tomato-base sauce. Don't forget to top them with crunchy dill pickles.
Try our handheld spin on spicy enchiladas with these easy-to-make wraps. With bold seasoning and fresh ingredients, they're a delicious option for any busy night.
The smoky flavors of melted provolone and sliced chicken mingle with savory prosciutto in this easy-to-make panini.
Forget about messy sauce-covered fingers -- toss boneless Buffalo-style chicken with lettuce and blue cheese dressing for a yummy meal you can eat with a fork.
Tender gnocchi and sauteed chicken sit atop buttery acorn squash cooked with sage and nutmeg.
So easy, so quick. Watch our simple secrets to juicy chicken breasts and have dinner on the table in minutes!
Homemade barbecue sauce gives broiled chicken drumsticks a sweet-and-spicy flavor, while broiled onions make a fast side dish.
Think chicken soup -- but better. Jalapeno pepper slices and crushed red pepper crank up the heat, while thick soba noodles give the soup substance.
Red onions, feta cheese, grape tomatoes, and Kalamata olives turn basic chicken quesadillas into a Greek rendition of the Mexican original.
Have leftover roasted chicken? Combine it with lettuce, tomato, cucumbers, and Greek dressing for a fast Mediterranean meal.
Liven up boring chicken breasts by cooking them with herbed tomatoes, olives, and white wine. Serve over easy-to-make polenta.
Warm grapes cooked with grape juice make a sweet topping for chicken thighs coated in chopped pecans and served over wilted greens.
It's the perfect pairing: spicy jerk chicken over crunchy coleslaw. Chopped pineapple adds a hint of sweetness to the dish.
Finely chopped almonds and panko bread crumbs give this chicken its crunchy texture. Serve over spinach sauteed with shallots.
At your next family get-together, serve pulled roasted chicken dressed in homemade barbecue sauce.