Quick & Easy
Our quick and easy recipes are time-savers designed to help you plan menus by the week or day and fix fresh, fast meals for the whole family, unexpected guests or dinners for one or two.
Stretch a budget-friendly pantry staple into a host of side dishes that are great for feeding a crowd.
Alaska Salmon Korean BBQ Poké
Poké is one of the season’s most popular dishes that can be easily made right at home. The secret to making the best is having the highest quality fish! Start with previously frozen, wild-caught salmon from Alaska for a truly sustainable and delicious star ingredient. Then mix in your favorite flavors to create a customized poké bowl, like the bold taste of Korean BBQ. The options are endless. Find more ways to build poké bowls at wildalaskaseafood.com.
4 Easy Weeknight Recipes Starring Canned Tuna
Budget-friendly and packed with protein, canned tuna is a weeknight godsend.
Four One-Dish Chicken Recipes—Six Ingredients or Less
Budget-friendly chicken recipes, each calling for only a handful of simple ingredients—and a single baking dish.
Fresh ginger adds a delightful kick to this bisque that delivers on richness without the fat of heavy cream. To turn this into an appetizer for the holidays, consider adding a mound of fresh crabmeat to the center of each soup.
Teriyaki-Glazed Salmon with Cauliflower Rice
Easy enough to pull off for a weeknight meal, the salmon layered onto the cauliflower rice is also impressive enough in looks and taste to serve for company. Better yet, the salmon is heart-healthy and the fluffy cauliflower soaks up the soy sauce.
Sriracha-Glazed Chicken with Paprika Butternut Squash
The spicy Sriracha packs a ton of flavor into this Asian chicken dish.
Broccoli Salad with Water Chestnuts and Dried Cranberries
The acid in the red wine vinegar breaks down the broccoli, softening it so there’s no need to cook it. in this no-cook, American side dish recipe from Simple Cooking with Heart.
Crunchy Cabbage Salad with Spicy Peanut Dressing
This addictive American cabbage salad side dish recipe from Simple Cooking with Heart has a zing from jalapenos along with a double-duty peanut power – a peanut butter-infused dressing and a sprinkling of peanuts throughout!
If you do the apple slicing, kids can get in on the action and assemble these nachos themselves. Use your favorite apple varieties for this Simple Cooking with Heart snack or appetizer recipe.
Looking for an easy dessert to round out your holiday meal? This fruit crisp is surprisingly healthy, perfect to balance out all of the holiday season indulgences, and it tastes great, too!
Leftover Turkey Casserole
This delicious casserole is the perfect and easy way to serve Thanksgiving leftovers.
Low Carb Buffalo Hot Wing Cauliflower
Crispy on the outside yet soft on the inside, these low carb, gluten-free cauliflower bites are perfect for your next party!