Theme Night Dinners

Make weeknight meals a little more fun with Food Network Magazine's themed dinners, then show us what you make! 

Photo By: Andrew Purcell

Photo By: Andrew Purcell

Photo By: Andrew Purcell

Photo By: Andrew Purcell

Photo By: Andrew Purcell

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Photography by Andrew Purcell

#MeatballMonday

It's hard to get bored with meatballs when there are so many different meat and sauce combinations to try. Kids will love the sweet and tangy notes in these sliders. 

Get the Recipe: Chinese Meatball Sliders with Pineapple Salad

#TortillaTuesday

Rethink Taco Tuesday and celebrate Tortilla Tuesday instead. (There are so many more dinner options.) Don't worry: Tacos are still allowed.

Get the Recipe: Chicken Tortilla Cups

#WaffleWednesday

Frozen waffles are an obvious choice for kids, but adults may be surprised by how much they enjoy the crispy toaster treats when they're pressed with ham, cheddar and apple.

Get the Recipe: Ham-and-Cheese Wafflewiches with Kale Chips

#ThreeCheeseThursday

Vegetables taste better when there is cheese involved. Serve roasted Parmesan broccoli with cheesy pasta, and expect requests for seconds. 

Get the Recipe: Cheesy Bow Ties with Broccoli and Mozzarella Skewers

#FrenchFryFriday

Make oven-roasted french fries for an end-of-the-week treat. Top each plate with sloppy joe fixings and some cheese to make a complete meal.

Get the Recipe: Sloppy Joe Fries