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Baked Chicken Breasts with Red Pepper Pesto
Upgrade jarred pesto with a purée of roasted red peppers for a flavorful sauce to accompany crowd-pleasing chicken in this quick 5-ingredient dinner.
Banana–Chocolate Chip Muffins(with video)
Mashed ripe bananas and applesauce bring natural sweetness and moistness to this gluten-free breakfast that’s perfect for busy mornings on the go.
Instant Pot Veggie and White Bean Soup(with video)
Day-old bread helps thicken this comforting Tuscan-inspired vegetable soup that gets loads of flavor from just a bit of smoky bacon.
Noodles with Vegetarian Crumbles and Peppers
Whole wheat linguine and vegetarian crumbles put a nutritious spin on an Asian noodle stir-fry.
Sesame Beef Rice Bowl
Precooked rice accompanies fast-cooking sirloin beef for a 15-minute dinner brimming with broccoli and protein-rich edamame.
Spaghetti Squash with Buffalo Shrimp
In this guilt-free twist on a bar menu classic, spicy shrimp and tangy blue cheese are paired with strands of roasted squash for a nutritious and delicious sheet pan dinner.
Rice Salad with Green Onion–Dijon Dressing
This refreshing grain salad makes a great lunch or light dinner. To save time, make the brown rice, hard-boiled eggs, and vinaigrette ahead and keep them in the fridge before assembling and serving.
Sheet Pan Dijon-Roasted Chicken Thighs
Dijon mustard lends lots of tangy flavor to mild-mannered chicken thighs in this 5-ingredient sheet pan dinner that’s rounded out with some roasted broccoli.
Skillet-Seared Chicken and Tomatoes
Grape tomatoes caramelize and become even sweeter when roasted alongside chicken thighs in this easy 5-ingredient dinner.
Air-Fried Crispy Chicken Cutlets
Panko bread crumbs and an air fryer deliver crunchy, juicy chicken breasts for an easy crowd-pleasing dinner. Serve these cutlets with salad, pasta, or as a hearty sandwich.
Turkey Shepherd’s Pie with Rutabagas
This lighter twist on a classic shepherd’s pie utilizes lower-carb rutabagas instead of potatoes and lean ground turkey instead of beef but doesn’t skimp on flavor.
BBQ-Rubbed Pork Tenderloin with Cauliflower and Green Beans
This easy big-batch sheet pan dinner includes everything you need on just one pan and yields enough leftovers for a second meal.
Paprika Roast Chicken and Veggies
Roasting cabbage and celery caramelizes them, amping up their flavor. Combine them with spice-rubbed chicken for a Paleo sheet pan dinner that’s sure to become a family favorite.
Roasted Cod Tacos
A hot oven helps crisp up breaded cod for an easy seafood dinner the whole family will love.
Roasted Spiced Chickpeas with Veggies
Chickpeas crisp up while roasting alongside sweet potatoes, peppers, and mushrooms in this vegetarian sheet pan dinner. A garlicky yogurt sauce is the perfect finishing touch.
Sheet Pan Chicken with Squash and Brussels Sprouts
This satisfying and comforting dinner features sweet butternut squash and nutty Brussels sprouts alongside crowd-pleasing roasted chicken breast.
Sheet Pan Roasted Chicken Parm(with video)
This lighter riff on an Italian-American classic bakes the chicken instead of frying it. The usual marinara sauce is replaced with tomatoes that are roasted to bring out their natural sweetness.
Skillet-Roasted Pork Chops with Grapes and Rosemary
Using an oven-safe skillet allows you to sear the pork before finishing it in the oven. Grapes and balsamic vinegar provide a sweet-tart counterbalance to the savory flavor of rosemary.
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