Check out our latest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens magazine: meatloaf makeovers, Scott Peacock's classic pecan rolls, 30-minute dinners, and more.
For a delicious appetizer, serve this sweet sauce with cheese. Toasted walnuts, pear slices, and fresh sage leaves make a pretty (and tasty) garnish.
This creamy, flavorful dip whips up in no time and also makes a great topping for grilled steak, pork chops, or chicken.
This soft, rich loaf has ground meat from two cuts of beef -- sirloin for its beefy flavor and chuck for moistness and tender texture.
This company-worthy meat loaf features two different meats and has a showstopping filling of dried tomatoes, mushrooms, mozzarella, and pancetta (a cured meat similar to bacon).
This half-beef, half-pork loaf is studded with tomatoes, corn, and crushed tortilla chips; serve with a no-cook roasted tomato salsa.
With penne pasta folded into Italian-inspired mini meat loaves, these open-face sandwiches combine all the favorites of a traditional Italian supper, right down to the garlic bread.
Piled with slices of Roma tomatoes and flavored with lemon, oregano, and mint, this meat loaf is baked in squares. It's made with beef, but it's also delicious with ground lamb.
Lentils, brown rice, vegetables, and nuts combine to make a hearty vegetarian loaf that's packed with protein and flavor. Garam masala, which flavors this loaf, is a blend of warm to hot spices, such as nutmeg, black pepper, cumin, cinnamon, cardamom, and dried chiles.
Bake pizza dough filled with browned ground beef and sautéed red onion, then top with tangy blue cheese for a budget-friendly dinner.
Cook juicy chicken breasts with dried tomatoes, olives, and wine, then serve with creamy polenta for an easy, Mediterranean-inspired dinner.
These piled-high tuna club sandwiches get a flavor punch from a blended sauce of creamy ranch salad dressing and roasted red sweet peppers -- and they take just 25 minutes to make.
For a budget-friendly dinner, toss pasta with cooked broccoli, canned cannellini beans, garlic, and homemade red pepper croutons.
Dunk broiled pork kabobs and quick-cooking onion cakes into an easy peanut butter, honey, and soy sauce dip for a Thai-inspired dinner that's ready in just 30 minutes.
Give this classic comfort dish a healthier spin with less fat, fresh veggies, whole grain pasta, and real cheese.
These pecan rolls from American cooking guru Scott Peacock are caramelly, deliciously aromatic, perfectly browned every time.
Top premade pizza crust with cream cheese, sliced pear, chopped pecans, feta cheese, and bacon for a delectable dinner.
For a warm new twist on potato salad, roasted potatoes are tossed with mango chutney, curry powder, fresh baby spinach, and pine nuts.
These hearty scones are chock-full of crispy bacon and chewy dried tomatoes. A mozzarella topping adds cheesy goodness.