Ready in less than 30 minutes, vegan but full of protein and versatile (can be made with green lentils too), it’s another “Hungry Lady Soup” you’ll want to make all winter long.
As we turn the corner on summer and head back to school, easy weeknight recipes become even more important than ever.
This dip takes 5 minutes to come together and will be a Game Day staple.
Check out these back to school picks from Good Housekeeping…
Summer can feel fleeting, but making a few classic summer dishes can create memories that last well after fall.
Do you want to make dinner even more interactive and likely to inspire kids to try new things?…consider a taco board!
If you haven’t tried grilling veggies, it’s time to start.
Need a last-minute festive treat for a 4th of July party? These Chocolate Dipped Ice Cream Cones from Maria Provenzano require are a perfect pick with almost no prep.
Recipes that are so simple they get committed to memory are a great #momhack. Especially in summer, getting a few healthy weeknight recipes onto the weekly rotation (particularly if they include seasonal produce) can help make meal-planning a snap.
Summer is around the corner and the seasonal shortlist of recipes below will take you from Memorial Day to Labor Day. From potlucks to backyard barbecues, there’s something for everyone.
Chicken salad makes a lovely make-ahead lunch served in lettuce cups, with crackers or on toast, but in warmer weather it also makes a great no-cook dinner. This version from The Local Moms Network food contributors Habitual Hostess can be made with rotisserie chicken or leftover chicken breast, to take it from easy to effortless!
Besides ice cream, there are few foods that scream “summer” more than hot dogs, right?
Try one of these three delicious desserts this holiday! Or maybe all three….YUM!
This lemon cake is sweet enough to be kid-friendly, but sophisticated enough to be perfect for any Spring and Summer entertaining. It works from brunch to dessert, and doesn’t require a mixer – just two bowls for easy cleanup.
Kristin Cavallari’s Salmon BLT Salad with Spicy Tomatillo Ranch just might become your favorite healthy, easy meal for this Spring and Summer.
Spring is for revamping – and your meal options are no exception. If you’re a creature of habit, here’s a nudge to try some new, seasonal options. To help savor the very best of spring gardens,
Martinis can be shaken, or stirred, depending on your preference, but one thing’s for certain: they’re always best served cold.
Easter is around the corner, and whether you’re hosting extended family or just creating an intimate brunch for your crew, there are easy ways to make it feel special.
Use the Local Mom’s Network meal-planning guide to get breakfast, lunch and dinner on the table simply and easily.
These Pot of Gold Cookies from The BakerMama just might be your lucky charm for a fun, festive St. Patrick’s Day party.