Check out the latest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens magazine: Scott Peacock's classic pound cake, 20-minute meals, strawberry dessert recipes, and more.
Walnuts add satisfying crunch to this healthful side dish of brown rice, red onion, and sweet pepper. In addition to nutrients, the walnuts contain a fat that helps your body absorb the vitamin A from the pepper.
A coating of panko bread crumbs, almonds, and rosemary jazzes up chicken breasts. And it's good for you, too: Almonds are a natural source of antioxidants and are rich in calcium, potassium, and healthy fats.
A zingy pomegranate sauce adds a burst of flavor to savory lamb meatballs. Serve them with warm pita bread and Chive-seasoned yogurt.
Pancetta, dried tomatoes, shallots, and rosemary put a fresh spin on classic corn bread.
The salty-sweet combo of sharp cheddar cheese and juicy pineapple make this corn bread recipe hard to resist.
These mouthwatering kabobs feature fontina cheese-stuffed meatballs, artichokes, juicy tomatoes, and plump mushrooms, all dressed in a balsamic glaze.
Combine items you usually have in the fridge (eggs) and pantry (pasta) with bacon, fresh spinach, and a creamy cheese sauce for a delicious, quick and easy dinner.
This hearty, healthful one-dish dinner features shrimp, fresh tomato, green onion, and cannelloni beans. All the ingredients bake together in a tightly sealed foil packet, which holds in juices so flavors can blend.
A homemade blend of spices featuring dried tomatoes and mushrooms adds delicious flavor to the chicken in this healthful dinner recipe. Fresh snap peas, cooked with the chicken and rice in the same skillet, brighten it up.
Featuring dried tomatoes and mushrooms and 10 other flavorful ingredients, this homemade spice blend adds a burst of flavor to chicken, ground meat, grains, and pasta.
Layered pork, potatoes, and veggies -- dressed in a punchy walnut-garlic vinaigrette and chilled -- make an irresistible fridge-to-the-table dinner. No pork or potatoes on hand? Try stacking tuna and pasta with the veggies instead.
Fresh veggies put a spring spin on this quick and easy frittata recipe. Ideal for a weeknight dinner or weekend brunch, this dish is ready and on the table in 20 minutes.
Chicken, juicy kalamata olives, and mixed vegetables are tossed with Greek salad dressing and croutons to make a satisfying salad supper.
For a fresh change from tuna salad, mix canned salmon with creamy ranch dressing, juicy tomatoes, crunchy carrots, and jicama. Pile it high on a roll with your favorite veggies
Forget Chinese take-out! This beef and broccoli dish is just as quick -- and with fresh veggies, it's a whole lot healthier. Bottled ginger vinaigrette makes a simple and delicious sauce.
Sauteed onions, fresh spinach leaves, and tangy steak sauce jazz up this quick and easy veggie burger recipe.
For a fresh summer snack, layer toasted bruschetta with juicy strawberries, creamy goat cheese, and peppery greens.
A homemade barbecue sauce featuring juicy strawberries tops tender shredded pork. Serve it on soft rolls with green tomato slices.
Enjoy summer strawberries all year long by whipping up batches of this luscious jam and freezing it.
This layered salad features pot stickers (small dumplings filled with meat), fresh spinach, juicy strawberries, and a homemade strawberry vinaigrette. Spiced potato chips sprinkled on top add delicious crunch.
Stuffed with fresh basil and Parmesan cheese, and baked in a tangy strawberry-jam mixture, chicken goes from ho-hum to an irresistible dinner fit for company.
Brimming with fresh strawberries, this pie starts with a store-bought crust and features a fluffy meringue filling. To easily cut through the meringue, use a sharp serrated knife.
Velvety, fine-crumbed, and deliciously dense, Scott Peacock's simple pound cake recipe makes a delicious warm-weather dessert.