This one pan bake is so simple a traditional recipe isn't really needed. Sometimes that's the best answer for a weeknight meal.
With a bounty of harvest vegetables, it's easy to pull together a thrifty ratatouille meal.
A process so easy for making a jar of fresh fruit preserves no formal recipe is required. So you can get back to your summer reading in the hammock.
With just one banana, these scones have a delicate flavor and aroma, different than banana bread or cake.
These scones have the sweetness of a blueberry muffin but with crispy edges and a no-fuss preparation.
A simple meal in a bowl with crunchy roasted hazelnuts and creamy dressing made from Greek yogurt.
Once you've figured out the ratio for making a good vinaigrette, you'll never need to buy salad dressing again.
A creamy, creamless tomato soup from America's Test Kitchen.
Make your own homemade masala chai spice mix and keep on hand to warm up on damp autumn days with a hot drink.
For when you need to make a big pan appetizer or side dish to bring to a party or potluck. Serve warm with tortilla chips.
Change up regular chocolate chip cookies by using only brown sugar and adding chocolate chunks instead.
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Delicious, nutty hemp seeds add an interesting variety to twice-baked yams.
Dukkah is an Middle Eastern condiment made from a mix of herbs, nuts, and spices. Think of it as savory granola. Stir it into hummus or dip, sprinkle it on bread with a bit of olive oil and bake until crispy, or use it to add a crunch to roasted veggies or a salad.
Winter veggies languishing in your fridge? Dress them up by roasting, chopping, and tossing them in a salad.
Not too sweet with a touch of chopped nuts, these jam-filled cookies are the perfect bite-size to go with a cup of coffee or tea.
Rice, coconut milk, and a few simple ingredients work wonders to make a warm, sweet pudding. Add a grate or two of lime zest if you feel like an extra zing.
A side dish for the holiday, and a poem to help keep anxiety from being front-and-center for the holidays.
Top these meatballs with a simple tomato sauce and add your favorite pasta, or do something different, and use them in pitas with veggies and yogurt sauce for a Mediterranean take.
Celebrate the first back-to-school days with this delicious, cheesy baked ziti. It's a make-ahead recipe from America's Test Kitchen and will help keep things easy when everyone gets home for dinner.