Instant appetizers are easy to make when you have baked phyllo shells on hand. Stuff the petite pastries with a nutmeg-spiced blend of walnuts, dried apricots, and crystallized ginger, then drizzle with sticky-sweet honey for poppaple bites of heaven.
Oops! Forgot to put the French bread in the oven before plating your main dish? No problem. After skillet-toasting slices of bread, simply rub them with cut garlic and tomato then sprinkle with flaky sea salt.
A quick rub of olive oil, lemon juice, and salt helps to remove any bitterness from fresh kale and makes the veggie soft and salad-ready. The healthy green side dish pairs well with any number of vinaigrettes and toppings, so get creative!
Give holiday color to your appetizers with crunchy slices of cucumber and radish. Extra-creamy burrata cheese helps to seal the two-bite tea sandwiches.
Look no further than crowd-pleasing charcuterie for your next party appetizer. Watch as we show you how to assemble this delicious spread of meats and cheeses in no time flat.
Although instant mashed potatoes aren't our go-to, they sure come in handy when you need a side dish on the fly. Bring flavor to the fluffy potatoes by swirling in your favorite semisoft cheese and fresh snipped parsley.
A luxurious blend of cream cheese, chevre (goat cheese), and thyme fills these party-ready stuffed dates. Crisp, salty prosciutto helps balance the baked fruit's naturally sweet flavor.
Swirl together Greek yogurt, mayonnaise, and blue cheese for a seriously creamy appetizer ideal for game day or holiday get-togethers. A dash of paprika gives the instant party dip a hint of smokiness.
Whip up a healthy lunch in a hurry with canned tuna and cannelli beans. The protein-packed ingredients join a bed of mixed greens, cherry tomatoes, and red onion before being tossed in freshly squeezed lemon juice.
Give stovetop popcorn a gourmet flavor blast by swapping out regular cooking oil for spicy chile-infused oil. Once popped, sprinkle the snack with Parmesan cheese and garlic powder.
Next time you crave a sweet snack, reach for a crisp apple and this creamy fruit dip. Filled with the warm fall flavors of maple syrup, cinnamon, and walnuts, the cream cheese-base treat is as easy as it is satisfying.
Start your morning right with a fiber-packed medley of four whole grain cereals and sweet dried fruit. Serve over milk for breakfast, or sprinkle over yogurt for a healthy midday snack.
In need of a grab-and-go lunch, breakfast, or snack solution? Look no further than our collection of eight simple bagel spread mix-ins that range from savory to sweet.
Impress guests with a bakery-worthy breakfast treat that's ready to be devoured in just 10 minutes. Three types of fruit, plus honey, cream cheese, and almonds, pack these flaky premade croissants.
Dessert purists, rejoice! Our easy milkshake recipe features just three ingredients -- vanilla ice cream, vanilla bean, and half-and-half -- blended until perfectly smooth and dreamy.
Sick of your everyday, plain-jane oatmeal? Amp it up with a fried egg, buttery avocado, and tangy Gruyere cheese. The easy breakfast recipe can be adjusted for the type of oats you have on hand, including quick-cooking, steel-cut, and regular rolled oats.
Ban boring brown bag lunches for good with this quick ham rollup. Tart mandarin oranges, tangy feta cheese, and zippy poppy seed dressing give the crunchy coleslaw-packed wrap exquisite flavor.
French toast is delicious already, but a drizzle of chocolate syrup, crisp dark chocolate almonds, and fresh raspberries bring this divine breakfast recipe to a whole new level. Whole wheat bread and almond milk help to keep the sweet treat healthy.
Cannellini beans make a healthy and delicious option for a quick and easy party dip. Blend them with garlic, lemon juice, and fresh herbs, then serve with a spread of crudites.
Tartines, or open-face sandwiches, are a scrumptious way to stack up your favorite ingredients. Pile deli roast beef onto olive tapenade and crusty sourdough bread for a restaurant-worthy dinner idea.
Give your carton of yogurt new life with juicy peach slices, multigrain cereal, and fresh blueberries. Serve the low-calorie parfaits in clear glassware for an elegant layered look.
10-Minute Recipe Tip: This pretty parfait can be adjusted to fit any fruit you prefer or have on hand.
The French omelet is a versatile and must-know breakfast classic. Customize the authentic egg recipe for guests with their choice of meat, cheese, and vegetable fillings.
Red raspberry preserves and vinaigrette flavor crisp cabbage in this 10-minute coleslaw recipe. Tart dried cherries dot the vibrant holiday side dish.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and this easy no-cook recipe guarantees you'll have time to enjoy it. Combine multigrain cereal and oats with dried fruit and nuts, then serve with ice-cold milk or fat-free plain yogurt.