A make-ahead casserole is perfect for just about any occasion. You can welcome new neighbors, prep for an upcoming party, or plan next week's meals. With cheesy lasagnas, bubbly tuna bakes, and more, these enticing freezer casserole recipes are sure to make life easier!View Slideshow
The newest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens capture the fresh and fabulous flavors of spring. You'll love every bite of our creative twists on stir-fries from expert Grace Young, our must-try juice-infused recipes, and fun ideas for crisp snap peas.
A zippy layer of chipotle sour cream complements the seared shrimp and crunchy cabbage slaw in our quick shrimp taco recipe.
What's the secret to the sweet flavor and moist texture in our beautiful carrot cake recipe? Mango juice! We mixed it right in to the fluffy cake batter and reduced it to make an irresistible drizzled syrup.
Our delicious carrot cake gets it moist, sweet flavor from mango juice. Watch how easy it is to make!
Refrigerated green juice blend gives our parsley- and basil-packed pesto a boost of fresh flavor. We love this bright, herb-infused sauce over potatoes, but it can be refrigerated for up to two days and used on your favorite vegetable or pasta dishes.
Dressed in a creamy Dijon dressing, this quick and easy slaw features a whole lot of crunch thanks to fresh snap peas, fennel, apples, and cabbage. It's healthy and refreshing -- the perfect spring potluck salad.
We infused our sweet and tangy homemade dressing with the essence of tart summer berries. Try it on a salad of fresh spinach, mixed greens, raspberries, mushrooms, and sliced green onion.
Our springlike take on shrimp kabobs gets its zippy punch from Sriracha sauce. Mixed with mayo, vinegar, and a touch of sugar and ginger, this hot chile sauce makes the zesty marinade perfect for any kabob.
The subtle sweetness of orange-carrot juice blends deliciously with spring veggies and a kick of heat from curry powder. This flavor-packed chicken noodle soup goes way beyond the ordinary.
Fall in love with the satisyfing crunch of fresh snap peas coated with the stellar combo of panko bread crumbs and Parmesan cheese. Bake to golden, crispy perfection for a side dish that tastes like a guilty pleasure.
Recharge your dinner routine with vitamin-packed sweet potatoes and protein-rich navy beans wrapped up in a melty quesadilla. A touch of cumin and chopped jalapenos add peppery heat to the cheesy filling, while our radish-and-cucumber relish is a light and tasty topper.
Our food editors could not stop raving about this bright and delicious version of peas and ham from James Beard Award-winning stir-fry guru Grace Young. Our favorite part? The touch of mint that takes this dish over the top.
Bright green beans, crisp-tender carrots, and wilted cabbage take on a velvety, rich flavor when tossed with our spicy peanut sauce. The key to perfectly stir-fried vegetables? Rapid, vigorous stirring. This gives all the produce equal (and constant) access to heat.
We walk you through our recipe for Market Vegetables with Peanut Sauce and teach you how to make the perfect stir-fry every time.
Warm stir-fried shrimp drizzed with an Asian-inspired dressing is truly a revelation when served on a bed of butter lettuce, sharp radishes, and creamy avocado. As one editor described it, "The flavors and texture of each bite are a wonderful surprise."
Yummy, fresh, and packed with Mediterranean flavors, this easy pasta recipe features caramelized lemon slices and sizzling garlic. Thick spaghetti noodles can be substituted for the bucatini.
Sear delicate cod with just one flip in the pan and pair with rich sweet potatoes and crispy kernels of corn. Finish with our smoky chipotle aioli for a unique and healthy stir-fry recipe.
Introduce your family to the dynamic flavor of Jamaican jerk seasoning in our fiery pork stir-fry. Cook the rice up to a day ahead and pull together this colorful dish in just 30 minutes.
Perfect steak can be achieved outside of the grill. Our simple recipe shows you how a wok or skillet can pan-sear steak to medium-rare perfection. A drizzle of our quick lime and basil sauce adds a suprisingly tasty touch of acidity.
Dried plums and canned tomatoes give sweet balance to the curry-spiked salmon and chewy Israeli couscous in this quick and easy dinner that uses pantry ingredients for a healthy, tasty meal.
Sprinkle green tea leaves or floral tea leaves over melted chocolate to create a boutique-worthy treat that's perfect for gifting.
Burrata cheese, a fresh Italian cheese made from mozzarella and cream, gives these radish- and cucumber-laden tea sandwiches their rich, buttery flavor.
Truffle butter and bresaola, an air-dried Italian salted beef, lend decadent flavor to these impressive tea sandwiches.