What does your family eat for dinner? The boys start school next week, so we’ve been pulling together easy recipes — dishes that require little preparation, can be made in advance and taste great as leftovers. Here are nine meals we’re adding to our rotation (and please share yours!)…
One sheet pan does all of the work for these delicious sweet potato fajitas. Leftover vegetables can be refrigerated for up to five days — just toast up the corn tortillas.
These 30-minute fish sticks have the perfect breading-to-fish ratio. Bonus: Freeze uncooked sticks for up to three months.
Three cheers for burrito bowls — a dinner guaranteed to rescue the night, and delicious for both kids and adults.
If your kids are getting hangry, this creamy summer corn chowder that takes only 15 minutes of preparation.
Did you know the secret to a killer quesadilla? The thick sauce of baked beans makes for a surprising but satisfying filling.
Celebrate tomato season with these simple rice-stuffed tomatoes. Deck them out with breadcrumbs or mozzarella cheese.
This chicken meatball sub recipe is one of the more difficult of the bunch, but it calls for “gobs of fresh mozzarella,” which ensures it will be demolished by even the pickiest of eaters. #worthit
Say goodbye to powdered cheese with this bacon and pea pasta (our boys LOVE it). Plus, it takes less time than an episode of Dora.
What family dinners do you like? Where do you find your recipes?