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Say hello to springtime with this delightful, wholesome meal!
Far Eastern flavors add an exotic touch to tender steak and noodles.
This catch of the day is reading for dipping!
This is the easiest ever (and super delicious!) lamb supper – it can even be prepared as a make-ahead meal!
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This recipe is an Italian classic that will warm you up inside (Brodo means "broth")!
A zesty dressing adds a nice zing to this colorful salad!
This fun recipe will help avocados "sail" onto your kids' list of favorite foods! It makes a great light lunch, appetizer or snack.
This easy-to-make veggie dish will make a broccoli lover out of anyone!
This salad goes well with our Cheddar-Studded
Impress your friends and family with this sophisticated-sounding salad that's really super easy to make!
This Mexican classic hits the spot for lunch and dinner. Or, slice them into smaller, easy-to-serve portions for a potluck!
Who doesn’t like fondue?!? This is just a bit healthier than the original and made with some thickened up chicken stock. The mustard gives it a little bite.
Rachael says, "I made this for my friend Valerie Bertinelli, who is watching her figure but still cooking for her teenage rockstar son. This one deserves an encore! You’ll make it twice a week."
Now, it doesn’t get any easier than this! This recipe is just about as easy as opening a jar of sauce: you chop up a few ingredients and don’t even need to cook them! The heat from the cooked pasta warms them through.
Whether you have a garden or just a great farmers’ market in town, this dish really celebrates the flavor and goodness of vegetables. This hearty meal really tastes too good to be so good for you.
This was the #1 downloaded recipe from the first 180 episodes of season one of Rachael Ray, Rachael's syndicated daytime show. It really is too-good-to-be-good-for-you!
Serves 6, or 4 with some leftovers
Have your kids help with dinner tonight. All they need is a vegetable peeler!
This is just like your everyday PB & J, but cooked French toast style – you don't want to miss this one! It's a great snack, too!
Forget pigs in a blanket – check out these chickies! The apricot preserve sauce does double-duty in this recipe as a dip for the chicks and a tangy salad dressing.
A bento box is a groovy set of Japanese dishes that hold all the courses in one meal in separate containers that fit inside one big box. This fun and really funky lunch is made up of two different recipes – each one is so easy, you can make it in minutes! Bring some chopsticks to eat your Bento Lunch Box with and you really will be too cool for school! Make with Cold Ginger, Soy and Honey Sesame Noodles (Bento Lunch Box).
These are fun for kids of all ages, and you can get creative – feel free to swap out the tuna for some chopped chicken breasts or use deli-style turkey as well.
These noodles make for a speedy meal with an Asian flair. We like using whole wheat pasta for added flavor and tossing in some veggies for crunch.
Serves 1-2 (kid size servings)
This is like your traditional grilled cheese sandwich, but dipped in salsa for a little Latin twist.
Serves 1 (kid-size serving)
Cecilia likes to make this healthy dish with her 14-month-old son, Joe, who already loves to eat all kinds of food!
This is a little riff on the everything bagel. We've coated chicken tenders in “everything” crust and baked them, and have a little scallion cream cheese sauce for dipping on the side.
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