For a healthy dinner that's easy, too, try one of our healthy chicken recipes. Ready in under 30 minutes and ringing in at under 400 calories per serving, each chicken recipe is easy and good for you. There's no need to cook separate meals for the rest of the family with these healthy recipe ideas for chicken breasts, chicken salad, chicken soup, and family-friendly chicken sandwiches that everyone will enjoy.View Slideshow
Gather friends and family for a festive 4th of July celebration! Perfect for entertaining, our recipes include classic all-American dishes like pulled pork. Make it a party with our dazzling red, white, and blue desserts including surprise-inside cookies, a cool and creamy icebox cake, and an iconic flag tart. Plus, keep the celebration going with our star-spangled punch and sweet frozen rocket pops.
This summer, create a dazzling Fourth of July spread. Our showstopping desserts put inventive new twists on classic American favorites. Whether you're serving up slices of frozen yogurt cake or dishing up our cinnamon firecracker cake, you'll love the results.
Make something extra-festive this 4th of July. Dazzle a crowd with this supersize all-American flag tart that's bursting with juicy berries and a buttery, flaky crust.
Pulled pork piled high is a surefire way to please a crowd. Chef Scott Peacock shares his no-fail recipe for the most delicious and tender meat. He's also whipped up not one, but two classic sauces -- spicy vinegar and sweet bbq.
Cool, creamy, and surprisingly easy, this make-ahead icebox cake is the perfect treat to wow your guests. Start this star-spangled dessert three days before entertaining, then sit back and serve up perfect slices the day of your party.
Editor's Tip: We like our pork served up with creamy guacamole -- homemade or from the store!
Food Editor Hali shows you just how easy this grilled pork is to make! Plus, get our secret for no-mess marinating.
This elegant layered dessert is red-hot! With the sweet, spicy flavors of your favorite cinnamon candies and a dreamy mascarpone frosting, this patriotic party cake adds sizzle to your July 4th spread.
Keep it light and easy for dinner tonight. Succulent seared shrimp get a sweet, tangy topping bursting with fresh peaches and green tomatoes. Cleanup's a breeze -- the whole dish comes together in one pan.
Watch this simple one-pan dinner come together. You won't believe how easy it is!
Watch these impressive cookies come together. Plus, get our tricks to perfectly layered dough!
Serve up broccoli everyone will love. Broccoli two ways, cashews, and sweet apricots tossed with a spicy serrano dressing give this salad crunch, heat, and sweetness.
Editor's Tip: Our secret ingredient? Fish sauce. This versatile condiment adds complex flavor and seasoning to everything from salad dressings to soups. Find it in the Asian aisle of your local supermarket.
Skip sugary store-bought popsicles this summer. Beat the heat with our watermelon and pineapple pops that ring in at just 44 calories each!
The smoky, intense flavor of chili powder adds spice to classic falafel. Temper the heat with cooling cucumber-yogurt sauce and fresh lemon. Finish the meal with toasted pita wedges and baby greens.
Have eggs in your fridge? Then you've got the start of a seasonal, summer-perfect dinner. Whip up an easy frittata with ribbons of fresh zucchini, sweet tomatoes, and crunchy walnuts.
High in antioxidants and the ability to boost metabolism, green tea has long been touted for its health benefits. Take it to the next flavor level with sweet and spicy ginger! We like our glass topped with shredded lemon, lime, or orange peel.
Think of gravy as a winter-only indulgence? Lighten it up with fresh summer broccoli. Throw in some chopped ham and toasted bread slices for a satisfying warm-weather dinner.
When pan-fried, our Broccoli Cornmeal Cakes become caramelized and golden brown. Play up the sweet flavors with a drizzle of honey, and finish with crumbled goat cheese and crisp bacon.
Each bite of our roasted chicken and broccoli dinner packs a bold combination of spices and flavors. Coconut adds sweetness, balancing the spice from Indian curry paste.