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  • Easy Chicken and Rice Soup in a bowl with bread and salad nearby. A slow cooker is behind the bowl.
    4 hrs, 20 min
    Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Healthy
    Savory mushrooms, a hearty wild rice blend and a bit of herbes de Provence make this Chicken and Rice Soup special. Grab your slow cooker to have it waiting for you at dinnertime—it’s ready in 3 hours.
  • "What's for Dinner?" with Quick Green Curry Chicken with Zucchini Noodles pictured behind the caption.
    Put your mind at ease by following this week's meal plan, we did the hard thinking for you! Enjoy Cauliflower Rice Bowl with Garlic Shrimp for a quick dinner and bake up Molasses Spice Cookies for a special weekend dessert.
  • Thick slices of Easy Pork Loin are shingled on a platter.
    2 hrs, 50 min
    The season of the slow cooker has arrived, and this slow cooker Balsamic Honey Pork Loin is a must-make recipe! Eat it sliced with cooking liquid spooned over the top or reduce the liquid to make a scrumptious pan sauce. It’s a bit of a flavor twist, but you will love it and keep coming back for more!
  • "What's for Dinner" with a bowl of Slow Cooker Beef and Bean Chili pictured behind the text.
    Stay warm and cozy this week with 5 dinners that warm you inside and out. Tom Yum Soup is perfectly spicy, and Skillet Chicken and Rice is ripe with coziness. Dinner is served!
  • Three images set side by side. On the left is Easy Tuscan Soup, in the center is Three Sisters Casserole, and on the left is Vegetarian Pad Thai with Tofu.
    Going meatless for the month of January is easy when using a variety of beans, legumes, and eggs to create quick, family friendly meals. The whole family will love Creamy Ziti Florentine, Cauliflower Chickpea Curry, and so much more!
  • "What's for Dinner" with Hawaiian Pizza with Cauliflower Crust cut into slices behind the caption.
    Start January 2021 with healthy and fresh dinners that the whole family will love. Plus, whip up nutrient-packed Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Energy Balls for an easy weekend baking treat!
  • Skirt steak sliced on a cutting board set behind the caption "What's for Dinner".
    Reward yourself after a busy day with a delicious dinner made from scratch. Some recipes are more labor intensive than others so make sure you pick a recipe that fits your mood.
  • Instant pot chicken, sliced and served on a salad
    35 min
    Low Carb, Paleo
    Need chicken fast? The pressure cooker is the way to go! This method is fast, simple, and foolproof. Keep the seasoning simple or mix it up depending on how you're serving the chicken.
  • Slices of homemade stromboli on a cutting board
    55 min
    This meat and cheese-stuffed stromboli will feed a crowd! Homemade stromboli with ham, salami, provolone, and mozzarella rolled up in pizza dough. Easy to make, easy to share.
  • "What's For Dinner?" with a casserole dish filled with Chicken Noodle Casserole pictured behind the caption.
    Let's end 2020 with comfort food like chicken noodle casserole, a healthy and fresh vegetable soup made with Freekah, and Hoppin' John for good fortune.
  • Sliced prime rib roast on a platter
    5 min
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb, Paleo
    Prime rib recipe, how to cook to perfection a standing rib beef roast, step-by-step instructions and photos. Perfect for Christmas and the holiday season.
  • Instant Pot Pot Roast sliced and served on a platter with carrots and potatoes
    1 hr, 55 min
    Instant Pot Pot Roast shaves some time off oven-cooked and slow cooker methods. You can also cook the veggies right in the pot, making it an easy one-pot meal.
  • A slice of bread dipped into a bowl of Slow Cooker Beef Stew with Mushrooms, Onions and Carrots and set to the side.
    8 hrs, 15 min
    A simplified version of the classic French beef stew that contains all of the flavors, but none of the fuss, of Boeuf Bourguignon. Slow cooker beef stew made in a rich red wine, bacon, and thyme braise is now weeknight dinner ready!
  • "What's For Dinner?" with an Instant Pot filled with Pressure Cooker White Chicken Chili, ladle and a bowl of soup behind the caption.
    This week's meal plan features easy dinners you can double and freeze as well as a menu for show-stopping Christmas dinner luxury: Prime Rib! It's been a year, treat yourself!
  • Getting smart in the kitchen means finding small shortcuts that make a big impact! And we're excited to share all our best tips today, guaranteed to buy you more time (and sanity) in getting dinner on the table this week.
  • "What's For Dinner?" with a Ginger Pork Rice Bowl pictured behind the caption.
    Save prep time by serving dinner family style. Everyone grab a fork and dig into Cheeseburger Hamburger Pasta Skillet, Leftover Turkey Pot Pie or whip up a batch of Crispy Panko Fish Sticks.
  • Beef Bourguignon served over mashed potatoes in a bowl
    3 hrs, 15 min
    This version of Julia Child's classic Beef Bourguignon (or Boeuf Bourguignon) is made by stewing beef with carrots and mushrooms until it's fall-apart tender. The sauce is rich, hearty, and worth every minute of slow cooking. Serve for Christmas dinner or any special winter meal.
  • "What's For Dinner?" with a bowl of Chicken Korma in a white bowl and a platter of naan and fresh herbs pictured behind the caption.
    The world is full of incredible cuisines, and this week's meal plan explores flavors and ingredients across the globe. Transport yourself to India with Chicken Korma or Puerto Rico with Bacalao Guisado (Salted Cod Stew) or you could hangout stateside with a TexMex variation on Chile Rellenos.

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