Cook Once, Eat Twice: Meals That Do Double Duty
One mom shares her secrets for making meals that can transform from one dish into another with fresh flavors all their own.
2 Ways to Use Taco Filling
What to Do with Ground Turkey (or Any Ground Meat!)
Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork and Beyond
More Meatballs, Please
My family like a dinner of Baked Turkey Pesto Meatballs, and after that, I transform leftovers into two more meals that work for either lunch or dinner: Italian Wedding Soup and Pesto Meatball Pockets.
You Can't Have Too Many Roasted Vegetables
Broccoli, cauliflower, carrots — whatever vegetable is your favorite can turn into a super-simple side dish when roasted. And don't be afraid to use the frozen stuff if that's easier! Afterwards, use whatever is left in new ways, think a Roasted Vegetable Frittata or Breakfast Sandwiches with Eggs, Veggies, Cheese & Ham, or Roasted Vegetable Chili with Cornbread Biscuits for dinner.
Bonus: Breakfast Becomes Lunch
Make a few too many pancakes for Sunday brunch? Come Monday, put them to good use in your kids' lunchbox. The extras become the “bread” for the coolest PB&Js ever.