Wednesday, July 29, 2020

7 Family Meals You Can Make in 30 Minutes or Less



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Pizza Pasta Bake

Instead of ordering pizza delivery, try a homemade twist with a pizza pasta bake. In a large oven-proof skillet, you can make this simple and fun dish your kids will adore using mini pepperonis, red sauce, mozzarella, and your favorite pasta noodles. The best part? As it’s one-pot, it’s a super easy clean up as well.

Taco Sweet Potato Skillet

Healthy, filling vegetarian dishes like this sweet potato skillet will be a hit with everyone. Throw together all the fresh Mexican ingredients from black beans to corn and avocado along with sweet potatoes for a truly tasty casserole. Serve over nachos to delight your kids!

BBQ Chicken Burgers

Is there anything that tastes more like summer than BBQ sauce? We love this take on a chicken burger that combines a ground chicken patty with a creamy coleslaw. The BBQ sauce adds zest and a fluffy sesame seed bun holds it all together. 

Sweet and Sour Glazed Shrimp

Mmm, sweet and sour shrimp! It’s a favorite with kids and parents and so quick to make. The secret to this recipe lies in the sauce, which is a mixture of plum sauce, ketchup, soy sauce, and pepper flakes. Slather on the sauteed shrimp and serve over a bowl of white rice.

Easy Chicken Ramen

Another Asian inspired dish that’s perfect for dinner when you don’t feel like putting in a lot of effort is comforting chicken ramen. A favorite among kids, this recipe only takes 10 minutes to make and yet, it’s a major upgrade from the Cup Noodles you buy at the grocery store.

Skillet Lasagna

For lasagna lovers, this easy recipe using no-cook noodles is a must! With creamy ricotta cheese and saucy marinara, it’s just the ticket for a family night in. 

Gourmet Sausage Hot Dogs

Planning a picnic in the backyard? Nothing’s easier or more fun than grilling out. Instead of regular hot dogs, up your game with some Italian sausages and gourmet toppings like marinated peppers and grilled slaw. Serve in soft split rolls and watch as smiles abound.

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