A make-ahead casserole is perfect for just about any occasion. You can welcome new neighbors, prep for an upcoming party, or plan next week's meals. With cheesy lasagnas, bubbly tuna bakes, and more, these enticing freezer casserole recipes are sure to make life easier!View Slideshow
Seasonal ingredients are plentiful in fall. Satisfy your hunger with easy recipes that harvest fresh, flavorful produce seasoned with favorite fall spices
Full of crisp apples, onion, sage, and cheddar cheese, thick-cut pork chops get even more fall flavor with a walnut-dusted topping. Baked to no-fuss perfection, the chops are served with a creamy, aromatic sauce flavored with apple juice.
With only five ingredients, a flavorful fall dinner couldn't be simpler. Salmon fillets glazed with orange earn autumn honors when served with roasted beets and carrots.
Editor's Tip: Give the fillets even more zest. Instead of a green onion garnish, squeeze fresh orange juice and sprinkle finely shredded orange peel over the salmon.
Use this clever technique to cook brown rice in bulk to add as a side dish to any weeknight meal.
Twist tradition with satisfying and healthy results. Substitute sweet potatoes and ground turkey for more traditional ingredients to revel in fresh fall flavors. With carrots, onions, and a hint of sage, this shepherd's pie packs in harvest appeal and nutrition.
Satisfy appetites and warm up with this autumn flavor-filled medley. The fall pleasures of butternut squash and cauliflower florets combine with tender couscous in a butter-chili sauce sprinkled with pistachios for crunch and flavor.
Warm and bursting with fall fruit, this chicken salad is anything but the expected. Our combination spotlights hazelnuts, roasted pears, and blue cheese for a warm fall dinner in less than 30 minutes. Complete the meal with a pumpkin-based bread or dessert.
Editor's Tip: When pears aren't available, cored and sliced apples work well.
As ginger, cumin, turmeric, and cinnamon simmer with lamb, sweet potatoes, carrots, and dates, the tantalizing aroma will whet appetites. Throughout the day, the flavors of this savory-sweet stew meld in your slow cooker until you're ready to serve.
Editor's Tip: Tagine (tay-jean) is both the name of a Moroccan stew and the clay vessel in which it is traditionally cooked. The moist, gentle heat of the slow cooker replicates the cooking effect of the tagine.
Roasted sweet potatoes on spinach greens complement baked chicken breasts in this fall dish. Stuffed with pork, sausage, and rice, the chicken gains a crispy coating from a corn bread stuffing mixture.
A hint of sweetness, a kick of spice, and a splash of citrus combine for a bowlful of hearty fall gratification. Best of all, this warm, bountiful stew -- filled with sweet potatoes, peppers, garlic, beans, corn, and tomatoes -- is ready in less than 45 minutes.
Editor's Tip: The stew is delicious served with corn bread.
Turkey shouldn't be confined to holiday meals. Serve peak-of-the-season pears topped with provolone over honey-mustard-sauced turkey tenderloin slices. Serve the melty delight over fresh arugula with a tangy honey-mustard dressing.
Brimming with the fall harvest, this soup makes an easy and satisfying dish. Nutritional powerhouses, sweet, tender carrots and squash flavor a creamy concoction that will warm you on a chilly night. Add a fall-fresh green salad topped with roasted squash cubes and pecans for a delightful accompaniment.
Editor's Tip: To make a vegetarian version, substitute vegetable broth for the chicken broth in the recipe. Make it a meal by adding baked tofu cubes.
Apples are the not-so-secret ingredient in this breakfast-for-dinner treat. Cooked with vinegar and honey, the apples flavor a tangy-sweet dressing. Even the eggs that top the salad get a special blue cheese finish.
Editor's Tip: If your family loves bacon, crisp-cook a few slices and crumble some over each salad.
Need dinner in a flash? This incredibly easy wrap is filled with fall flavor. Ham, pears, and cheese melt together for a warm, satisfying main dish. Add a salad of fresh fall greens topped with fall nuts and berries for a complete meal.
The beauty of this one-dish dinner is the way the chicken, apples, cabbage, and ginger mingle to share flavors and complementary textures. The bonus: It takes only 15 minutes to prepare and cleanup is oh-so-easy.
Colorful and flavor-filled, this dinner-in-a bowl focuses on fall-favorite broccoli, carrots, and peppers. Infused with ginger, cumin, and curry the spicy mixture is tempered with the sweetness of coconut milk.