Check out the latest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens -- classic casseroles, healthy salads, spring-fresh desserts, and more.
You'll get lean vegetable protein and all the health benefits of soy in this satisfying bean salad tossed with fresh cilantro, lime juice, and red onion.
This artful tuna salad is good for you too. The recipe calls for olives and an olive oil-based dressing -- both high in heart-healthy fats that fight inflammation and antioxidants that combat cancer.
Grilled chicken marinated in garlic, lemon juice, olive oil, and oregano adds filling protein to this colorful salad. Feta cheese, cucumber, red onion, and olives keep it traditional.
Salsa and pepper-spiced cheese add pizzazz to this black bean and veggie salad. The 30-minute supper is healthy, too, with fiber-rich beans that can lower blood sugar. For more nutrients, make it with brown rice.
Pork tenderloin tops antioxidant-rich spinach and juicy pineapple. The pork is a good source of B vitamins and riboflavin -- nutrients that promote healthy red blood cells -- and it's lower in fat and calories than skinless chicken breast.
Fresh zucchini and eggplant star in this dazzling meatless meal; serve it with a fresh green salad and fruit sorbet for dessert.
You'll savor the nutty flavor of Gruyere cheese and the smokiness of Black Forest ham in this modern take on the classic potato-ham bake.
This fresh spin on the classic chicken and rice casserole takes just 30 minutes to put together, thanks to purchased rotisserie chicken. A creamy sauce made from soft herb cheese with garlic and herbs makes it irresistible.
This traditional chicken and rice casserole is quick and easy. Refrigerated pasta sauce trades places with soup as a rich, no-fuss base, while leftover cubed chicken -- roasted or fried -- keeps the whole dish simple.
The classic tuna noodle casserole gets an update with pickly little capers, rigatoni, fresh dill, and lemon zest.
Ground beef and pantry-ready ingredients like salsa and canned corn make this one-dish dinner nice and easy. A corn bread topper adds a homey touch.
Asparagus, squash, and green onion add a spring-fresh touch to this simple chicken and bacon combo.
This simple supper requires just seven ingredients to whip up. Fresh pineapple tempers the spice of chopped jalapeno peppers, while chunks of ham make it nice and filling.
To make this simple supper, toss flank steak, rice noodles, julienned carrots, and diced cucumber with a light and sweet Asian chili sauce.
Rhubarb, a sweet-tart cross between grapefruit and watermelon, freshens up this classic streusel dessert. Ginger icing adds a touch of sweetness.
A creamy chocolate layer and sweet cherry topping makes these bars irresistible. Frozen cherries, thawed and drained, make a simple substitute for fresh fruit.
This cake looks fancy but it's actually just fresh raspberries and raspberry preserves sandwiched between two already-made shortcakes. No baking required!