Comfort Food Recipes
Wake up to a hot, nutritious morning meal with these five yummy, overnight slow cooker breakfast recipes.
Make a batch of these healthy muffins on Sunday to eat for breakfast during the week. Bananas and whole wheat flour boost the nutrition value.
Classic Comfort Food Dinners
Butternut squash is healthy, colorful, and sweet. The best part? It’s easy to sneak this autumn veggie into some of your kids’ favorite meals.
Fun pasta shapes, like wagon wheels, add a whimsical touch to your plate!
It doesn't have to be frigid out to make this soup, but it tastes especially good on a chilly day.
The no-boil noodles and food processor make this lasagna a weeknight-dinner staple.
Baking half the meatloaf into loaves and half into muffin tins makes for a homey dinner one night and leftovers for subs the next day.
Eggs and cheese are two usual hits with kids. Combine them in this yummy sandwich recipe for a meat-free, protein-rich meal!
Brimming with vegetables and beans, this filling minestrone soup will keep your family full and nourished.
Introduce kids to tofu with these yummy peanut noodles. The vegetables and peanut butter make this meatless dish filling and protein-rich.
The “rock star” chef of The Food Network shares delicious, sparkling desserts.
Perfect for a Thanksgiving or holiday dessert, this fruit galette is as pretty as it is easy to make!