We all love Thanksgiving dinner, but no matter how good it is, eating the same meal for two, three or even four days can be a real drag. This year, use these recipes to transform those leftovers into something entirely new.
Coming home to the smell of a home-cooked dinner may sound too good to be true, but it's not! All you need is a little bit of prep time, a slow cooker and these delicious recipes.
Our life motto: Pizza today, salad tomorrow! So when the craving strikes, heat up your regular ol’ oven and bake yourself a pie. Start your masterpiece with our delicious pizza dough and sauce recipes, then go for one of our fave flavor combos below.
Simply put, this homemade pasta pie is comfort food heaven. Kind of like a re-imagined baked ziti, it includes all of the classic Italian flavors you crave: tomato sauce, freshly cooked rigatoni, and plenty of cheese, delivered in a clever and beautiful package. The perfect party food!
Oh pasta … dress it up, dress it down, eat it fancy or eat it plain. It’s hard not to love this comforting carb no matter how it’s prepared. But it's the classic pasta dishes, like this baked ziti, that we always find ourselves returning to again and again.
Let's face it: Eating can become a low priority when you're always on the go. But with a little prep work and know-how, you can make healthy food choices no matter how busy you are. NBC's "Today Show" host Jenna Bush Hager and nutritionist Joy Bauer share their advice, tips and recipes to help you power through your day.
Getting dinner on the table can seem impossible after a long day, but not when you're armed with an arsenal of quick and healthy meals! Set yourself up for success with Joy's tips and go-to recipes that you can make in under 30 minutes. You'll see how simple ingredient swaps keep flavor (and health) front and center.