No matter what you're craving, dinner recipes are our specialty, including quick and easy weeknight options and lazy weekend grill-outs. From the main dish and sides to salads, soups, and sauces, we take the guesswork out of dinner seven days a week.
Creamy Slow Cooker Chicken and Mushroom Pasta
Chicken, earthy mushrooms and thyme blend beautifully in this rich, creamy slow cooker pasta dish.
Easy Teriyaki Beef and Brown Rice Bowls
Budget-friendly ground beef and brown rice make for a quick, easy, protein-packed supper.
Simple Skillet Green Bean Casserole
A quick and easy take on green bean casserole, served straight from the skillet.
Burrata with Caramelized Squash, Pine Nuts and Golden Raisins
Rich, creamy burrata cheese served over a salty-sweet blend of butternut squash, raisins and pine nuts.
Simple Herb Butter Roast Turkey
Discover our super simple, super easy recipe for roasting a beautiful turkey this Thanksgiving.
Chicken Potpie Skillet
Almond milk lightens up a comfort-food classic, while still allowing it to maintain the creamy goodness it’s known for.
Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Wild Rice Salad
An autumn salad starring roasted brussels sprouts and leeks, finished with a honey-orange vinaigrette.
Cheesy Southwest Beef and Potato Skillet
Ideal for weeknight dinners, this single-skillet meal is quick, easy, and packed with hearty meat and potatoes.
Spicy Glazed Pork with Peppers and Pineapple
A traditional sweet and sour stir fry packed with thinly sliced pork and peppers.
Roasted Garlic Potatoes with Pesto and Arugula
Roasted potatoes tossed in buttery roasted garlic, fresh basil pesto, and pepper arugula.
Cast-Iron Steak with Buttery Cauliflower Mash
Skip traditional mashed potatoes. Instead, pair your steak with a buttery cauliflower mash.
Baked Pumpkin with Marinated Herbs and Gorgonzola
Welcome autumn with herb-roasted pumpkin served with crumbled Gorgonzola cheese.
One-Pan Cheeseburger Quinoa Skillet
This quick one-pan meal delivers all your favorite cheeseburger flavors, plus a boost of nutrients—thanks to a grain called quinoa.