This simple one-skillet meal is full of flavor! With only five ingredients, it makes an easy weeknight dinner for the whole family (even the kids will love it). This recipe easily doubles or triples to suit your family and tastes just as good, if not better, as leftovers — perfect for throwing in the kids’ or your husband’s lunch box. Drumsticks are generally one of the cheaper cuts of meat, so this will make for a quick, easy and budget-friendly meal.
The flavor of bright lemon mixed with the tangy sweet kick of cranberries make this meal a win. With minimal prep and mess, this dinner is ready from fridge to table in just 50 minutes. This dish looks beautiful when served in the same pan, but you can also toss all the cranberries into a bowl or blender to make a side sauce. Squeeze the lemon into the cranberries, add a touch of sweetness with sugar or honey and in just a few minutes have yourself a cranberry dipping sauce for both the chicken and Brussels sprouts. Feel free to get fun with the veggies, too! Add any other greens or root veggies your family loves — especially if you are serving any picky eaters.
This dinner is so simple that the kids could help you make it. The three-step dinner recipe can be tweaked based on what's in your cupboard. Cranberry jelly adds a tangy flavor, but if you 'd like to sweeten, think of using mixed berry or peach jelly. To spice up this dish, use pepper jelly, which still offers a sweet glaze but gives you that extra kick you may be looking for.
A great way to use leftover turkey or chicken, this quick and easy, comfort food recipe for chicken and stuffing casserole makes a stick-to-your-ribs meal that will feed a big family. Don't be surprised if kids come back for seconds!
by Perdue Farmer Laura Landis, Worth the Wait Farm
Inspired by an Epicurious.com recipe for short ribs, this dish features a complex flavor profile — spiciness from chiles, bitterness from coffee, slight sweetness from maple syrup and acidity from lime juice. Flavors blend together in a warming and delicious symphony of taste. The slow cooking brings the brisket to the peak of tenderness. Serve brisket over a bed of mashed potatoes or polenta, and it's also good with crispy smashed potatoes on the side. Shred leftovers for taco filling or add to mac and cheese for a second tasty meal.
This simple dish packs a lot of flavor in a fun yin and yang combo that will tempt your tastebuds. Maple and mustard wings, just like honey mustard pretzels, make the ultimate game food. To free up time, add all ingredients to a slow cooker and cook all day or overnight while you prepare for your game day party. This recipe is easy to prep in batches: Double up on ingredients and add to freezer bags. Let bags sit in the fridge overnight to marinate and then pop them in the freezer. To cook, defrost a bag at a time or add frozen contents to a slow cooker and cook all day.