Quick & Easy
Sometimes quick and easy is a 20-minute dinner and sometimes it is 5 minutes of prep followed by 12-hours of cooking in a crock pot. Whatever "quick and easy recipes," means to you, all recipes we have in our database feature delicious food you'll love.
This colorful dish is bursting with flavor and nutritious veggies.
Lemony Protein Pancakes
If you’re a fan of lemon ricotta pancakes or cheese Danish, you’ll flip for these higher-protein pancakes that will remind you a little of both, minus the sugar crash.
Craving crispy fries? This low carb alternative featuring turnips includes parmesan cheese, garlic, and paprika.
Peanutty and Avocado Chocolate Mousse
Treat your sweet tooth to this low carb mousse made with avocados.
Turkey Caprese Sliders
The ingredients for the classic Italian salad (tomatoes, mozzarella and basil) team up with ground turkey for fresh summer sliders.
Turkey Vegetable Sliders
Kid-sized plates need kid-sized food. These Turkey Vegetables Sliders, with zucchini and carrot, are a perfect choice for kids.
Crunchy Wild Striped Bass
This recipe from Prairie Grass Cafe in Northbrook, Chicago, is a perfect way to introduce kids to fish.
Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce
Skewers of savory chicken and a luscious peanut sauce for dipping. Satay is the perfect dish for introducing kids to the flavors of the world.
Almond Honey Crunch
This recipe, featuring honey, sliced almonds and corn flakes, is perfect for kids to cook and snack on. These small clusters are fun to eat on their own or with milk or yogurt.
Fruity Cereal Treats
Cheerios replace Rice Krispies, and dried fruit and nuts debut in this take on the Rice Krispie treat.
Chocolate Chai Pudding
Chocolate pudding becomes exotic with chai spices and can be made in a moment’s notice in the microwave. Kids can even prepare as an after-school treat.
Edamame Dip with Pita Crisps
Edamame stands in perfectly for garbanzo beans in this dip reminiscent of hummus.
Beef Lettuce Wraps
Need a quick light dinner with substance? Make this streamlined version of a favorite Asian wrap.
Quinoa (pronounced “keen-wah”) is an ancient grain that comes from the Andes in South America.
Extra-Special Herbed Garlic Bread
This bread takes very little effort, but will make every meal special.