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Rotisserie Chicken and Spinach Tostadas(with video)
Fast weeknight dinner all-stars like rotisserie chicken and prewashed spinach are the key to this 15-minute meal that the whole family will love.
Green Chili Pork(with video)
The slow cooker transforms pork shoulder from tough to tender. Combined with a tangy New Mexico–style salsa verde, the leftovers are even better the next day.
Twice-Baked Squash Casserole with Pecan Crunch(with video)
A paleo and vegan twist on sweet potato casserole, this side dish gets its flavor from naturally sweet butternut squash and carrots and its texture from a topping of seeds, nuts, and coconut chips.
Banana–Chocolate Chip Muffins(with video)
Mashed ripe bananas and applesauce bring natural sweetness and moistness to this gluten-free breakfast that’s perfect for busy mornings on the go.
Carrot Hummus(with video)
Replacing the chickpeas with lower-carb carrots makes this vibrant dip a simple yet nourishing snack that’s paleo-friendly.
Sheet Pan Roasted Chicken Parm(with video)
This lighter riff on an Italian-American classic bakes the chicken instead of frying it. The usual marinara sauce is replaced with tomatoes that are roasted to bring out their natural sweetness.
Instant Pot Veggie and White Bean Soup(with video)
Day-old bread helps thicken this comforting Tuscan-inspired vegetable soup that gets loads of flavor from just a bit of smoky bacon.
Baked Hash Browns with Eggs(with video)
Eggs bake right on top of hash browns in this vegetarian, 5-ingredient sheet pan recipe that is perfect for breakfast or a weekend brunch.
Seared Shrimp with Salsa(with video)
Transform that leftover jarred salsa in the fridge into a simple but satisfying 5-ingredient spicy quinoa bowl.
3 Ways to Prep Cauliflower(with video)
When it comes to versatile veggies, it’s hard to top nutrient-rich cauliflower. Delicious steamed, roasted, sautéed, or grilled, as a side dish, salad, soup, or main course, there’s nothing cauliflower can’t do.
8 Ingredients to Make 5 Meals(with video)
Feeling short on time and short on dinner inspiration? We’ve got five quick and delicious dishes to break you out of your weekday recipe rut. The best part: they’re all made using the same 8 simple ingredients, saving you time and money at the grocery store.
3 Simple Tips for Better Roasting(with video)
Roasting is a simple way to coax deep flavor and a tender bite from all kinds of protein and produce, no matter your cooking skill level. With mostly hands-off preparation and easy one-pan cleanup, it’s a stress-free way to approach midweek, midwinter meals.
Chicken Parm Sliders(with video)
What’s not to love about melty mozzarella, crispy chicken, and fresh basil piled onto a bun? Better yet, this crowd-pleaser is entirely gluten-free.
Cheddary Bean Dip(with video)
Get into the spirit of the game with this cheesy vegetarian dip served up in a football-shaped loaf of bread.
Flourless Chocolate Hearts(with video)
Whether they follow a gluten-free diet or not, everyone will gobble up these fudgy chocolate cake hearts. Save the scraps for snacking or crumbling over ice cream.
Beet and Goat Cheese Flatbread(with video)
Store-bought pizza dough and pesto-flavored ricotta bring beets to life. Serve with a salad for dinner or cut into bite-size squares to serve as an appetizer.
Tilapia Packets with Squash Noodles and Herbs(with video)
The freshness of lemon, thyme, and parsley complement the delicate flavors of steamed fish in this nutritious, paleo-friendly recipe.
Kale Popcorn(with video)
This delectable twist on your favorite movie night snack sneaks in greens in the form of a seasoning powder that will have you reaching for seconds.
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