30-Minute Healthy Chicken Recipes

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.

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Cake Batter: 6 Ways to Bake

One box of two-layer cake can be used as cupcakes, muffins, a large sheet cake, and more. Learn the six ways to transform this staple.

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NEW Recipes from Our August Magazine

It's time to take it outside. We're sharing recipes that are best served al fresco with friends. Salute summer, from drinks to dessert, with the latest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens.

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Dress Up a Dessert in 8 Seconds (or Less!)

Make any dessert recipe worthy of a party with these easy ideas to dress them up. Each dessert idea can be done within 8 seconds!

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Our Best Summer Salads

These fresh summer salad recipes are anything but ordinary. Our irresistible combinations of seasonal vegetables and fruits come together with tasty dressings and tangy vinaigrettes for summer salads everyone will love.

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Fast Shrimp Bisque in 25 Minutes!

A satisfying seafood dinner takes just 25 minutes and cooks in one dish. Best yet, you need just 8 ingredients. Bonus: We'll show you how easy it is to peel cooked shrimp.

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Irresistible Ice Cream Treats

Creamy homemade ice cream is simply the best. Summer tastes better when you have an ice cream cone in hand.

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Food Storage and Safety

Follow our food-safety guidelines to keep your family happy and healthy. Checking the temperature of meat is a key step to putting a food-safe meal on the table; download our chart and keep it handy so you know the right levels for meat and poultry, as well as veggies. You'll also find simple-to-understand tips to test fish for doneness, as well as storage and handling guidelines to help preserve food properly for longer periods of time. If you're refrigerating or freezing cooked or baked dishes, use our chart to know when to keep and when to toss, as well as what kind of storage containers to use. For ingredients or prepared foods you've purchased and let sit uneaten a little longer than expected, our information will help you determine if items are safe to eat. Keeping your kitchen free of harmful bacteria is also essential to food safety; we'll review necessary steps, such as hand-washing and counter cleaning, as well as cross-contamination.

Storing Cooked Pasta

Some of our favorite tips on how to lengthen the life of your pasta and use it...

Freezing Herbs

Freezing herbs is fast and easy. Learn how to freeze herbs, which ones are...

Using a Meat Thermometer

To ensure perfectly-cooked meat, check doneness with a meat thermometer.

How to Test Meat & Poultry for Doneness

How to tell if food is done -- both for food safety and personal preferences.

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How to Eliminate Bacteria in the Kitchen

Because you can't see, taste, or smell the bacteria that cause foodborne...

How to Test Burgers & Roast for Doneness

Don't judge roasts or burgers by appearance. Use a meat thermometer.

How to Keep Picnic Food Safe

Food safety is especially important when eating outdoors, where food can spoil...

Storing Fresh Berries

Fresh berries are so perishable that you should store them properly as soon as...

Food Storage Charts

Foods need to be stored in different ways to preserve them for long periods of...

Storing Breads or Doughs

Follow these tips to store bread properly.

Guide to Food Safety and Storage

These guidelines will help you get the best flavor and texture from the foods...

Freezing Meats

Make your meat last longer than a couple of days.

Freezing Soup

Cook up a big pot of soup and, if you're lucky, you'll have enough to freeze...

Keep Food at Safe Temperatures

Properly cooking food to a safe temperature destroys the harmful bacteria that...

General Freezing Steps

Follow these steps for perfectly frozen fruits and vegetables.

Foods Not to Freeze

These foods lose flavor, texture, or overall quality when frozen.

Food Safety

"Keepin' it clean." -- That guideline applies to everything -- your hands, the...

Don't Cross-Contaminate

One of the most important ways to keep food safe is to avoid...

Handy Utensils

Grilling utensils and accessories can make barbecuing easier and more fun.

Knives 101

Sharp, professional-quality knives are any cook's best friends.

Storage Chart for Purchased Items

Plan ahead and you can have a food supply that won't spoil before you've had a...

Freezing Equipment

Before you freeze your canned creations, make sure you have the right equipment.

Storage Chart for Home-Cooked Foods

Guidelines for refrigerating and freezing home-baked and home-cooked products.

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