Check out the latest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens -- 20-minute suppers, irresistible pie, and more.
Cream cheese, three different kinds of olives, and roasted red pepper strips fill these irresistible small bites.
This moist white chocolate cake is laced with amaretto and filled with cinnamon and sliced almonds.
Ideal for a chilly night, this supper features chicken simmered with a zesty mixture of garlic, onion, crushed tomatoes, capers, lemon peel, and oregano.
Rich chocolate ice cream is coated with toasted hazelnuts and sandwiched between chocolate wafer cookies covered in a chocolate-hazelnut spread.
A garlicky soy bean spread and juicy tomatoes take grilled cheese to a new level. The leftover spread is a delicious dip for fresh veggies.
This 30-minute meal features steak, your choice of veggies, and soybeans tossed in a savory sauce. Pour a spoonful over quick-cooking rice before serving.
Easy-to-make feta croutons and fresh thyme leaves top this veggie-filled soup.
With this sure-fire recipe you can have a homemade crust in just 10 minutes.
For an aromatic spin on Mom's classic apple pie, try this luscious recipe. A rosemary-flecked sugar syrup adds just the right sweetness to tart Granny Smith apples.
Submitted by Catherine Wilkinson of Dewey, Arizona, a winner of the Better Homes and Gardens "American Pie" challenge
Silky and sweet, this pie has a delicate tang. The fast-cooked filling is poured into a pastry shell, baked, and chilled for an easy-to-slice custard pie.
Submitted by Hillary Barzilla of Houston, Texas, a winner of the Better Homes and Gardens "American Pie" challenge
This quick toss-together filling is laced with bourbon. A sprinkling of brown sugar adds extra crunchy sweetness to the lattice top.
Submitted by Diane Disbrow of Collinsville, Illinois, a winner of the Better Homes and Gardens "American Pie" challenge
Submitted by Rebecca Walch of Orland, California, a winner of the Better Homes and Gardens "American Pie" challenge
Basic meat and potatoes get bold flavor after simmering in this combination of dark beer, onions, thyme, and parsley.
A splash of vodka and vermouth plus green olives gives this pepper-crusted beef its martini flavors. You may omit the alcohol; the flavor will be good but different.
All by itself, the cooking liquid -- chicken broth flavored with ginger, oranges, and leeks -- would be a great soup. Chicken, bok choy, and lentils make it a meal.
Seared tuna tops mixed baby greens and fresh asparagus tossed in an olive-oil lemon dressing.
This quick-and-easy pasta toss features plump shrimp, broccoli, and tomatoes. Crushed red pepper adds a touch of heat.
For a simple sandwich supper they'll love, fill hoagie rolls with meatballs, pineapple chunks, and fruit chutney. Add crushed red pepper for a touch of heat.
Seasoned chicken is cooked in maple syrup and served with creamy mashed sweet potatoes.
This one-dish salmon is topped with a buttery mixture of tomatoes and jalapeno peppers. Sprinkle on fresh cilantro before serving.