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One-Pan Chicken Thighs with Sweet Potato Wedges

Behold, the sheet-pan supper: It’s the easiest of the easy weeknight meal solutions. One pan, plus chicken thighs plus veggies plus seasoning, popped into the oven, means minimal effort for a fast, tasty payoff.

Broccoli and Cheese Patties

Got a kid who sneers at greens? Run these little broccoli and cheese patties by them. They're perfectly totable and plenty delicious.

Chicken And Dumplings

It doesn’t get more comforting than a simmering pot of chicken and soft, fluffy dumplings. This one is made using an instant pot, so you've got a comforting classic ready to eat in no time at all.

Spaghetti with Instant Sausage Meatballs

Fresh sausages make instant, preseasoned meatballs with no mess; simply squeeze the meat out of its casing directly into the pan. The sausage adds flavour as it simmers, creating a delicious sauce that’s done in about as much time as it takes to cook dry pasta.

Cherry Pie Chia Parfaits

Creamy chia pudding, jammy tart cherries, and a crunchy granola topping are great as a midday snack or an after-dinner treat.

Chocolate Avocado Pudding

Lower your raised eyebrows and give this rich tasting, super-creamy “instant " chocolate pudding a try! A popular treat among vegans, this unusual combination of ingredients is healthy and decadent at the same time. It contains good fats and lots of fiber from avocados, antioxidants from cocoa powder and is sweetened naturally with pure maple syrup.

Lemony Pasta Primavera

When the pasta and sauce are cooked together in one pan (yes, the pasta goes in uncooked!), the resulting dish isn’t just fast and easy—it’s also incredibly creamy and luxurious. As the starch cooks out of the pasta, it mixes with the water (and other yummy ingredients) to create a sauce that clings to every strand. You’re going to wonder where this method has been all your life.

Sesame Ramen Salad with Chicken and Celery

These noodles are a fun way to make a store-bought rotisserie chicken exciting and new. Don’t be put off by what looks like a long list of ingredients—you likely already have all of these on hand, and they just need to be whisked together.

Ragù Bolognese with Tagliatelle

Ragù (meat sauce) originally comes from Bologna. There is an official version of this most famous of sauces, but many cooks, even in the ragù’s hometown, apply their own twist. This recipes uses no particular tricks, just a respect for tradition, great ingredients and thoughtful execution.

Multicoloured Popcorn

Who says you have to hit a midway or a specialty popcorn shop for fun-coloured kernels? Try this at home with whatever Jell-o flavours your brood likes best. Ingredients: Lots of popped popcorn – a big bowl (around 15 cups)2 cups (500 mL) sugar1/2 small box Jell-O gelatin powder1/2 cup (125...

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