Katie Lee's Top Recipes

We've gathered all of Katie Lee's top recipes together to make it easy for you to browse and pick your favorites.

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Strawberry Fool

If you've had a heavy dinner, Katie's Strawberry Fool is the perfect light indulgence to finish with. And with just five ingredients, it couldn't be easier.

Get the Recipe: Strawberry Fool

Pork, Sweet Potato and Shiitake Mushroom Ramen

Instead of getting takeout, get creative in your own kitchen with comforting ramen. Don't worry; it requires only one pot. Just toss everything in per Katie's instructions and enjoy the final product.

Get the Recipe: Pork, Sweet Potato and Shiitake Mushroom Ramen

West Virginia Trout Tacos

Fish tacos get taken to a new level with sweet bourbon slaw, bacon and aromatic spices. Let everyone create their own to save some time in the kitchen.

Get the Recipe: West Virginia Trout Tacos

Hot Dog Fried Rice

Put those extra hot dogs you have on hand to work in a flavor-packed fried rice. Top it with an egg and after only 30 minutes, you'll have dinner on the table.

Get the Recipe: Hot Dog Fried Rice

Asian Pork Lettuce Cups

When the whole family gets to take part in assembling dinner, it can save a lot of time. Try it out by making the filling for this Asian-inspired finger food (taking some major flavor help from tangy hoisin sauce) and letting everyone stuff their own lettuce cups.

Get the Recipe: Asian Pork Lettuce Cups

Corn and Tomato Pizza

Forget the frozen pizza — Katie's version takes only 20 minutes. Sweet corn and tangy roasted tomatoes complement smooth mozzarella cheese, making a perfect weeknight dinner.

Get the Recipe: Corn and Tomato Pizza

White Chocolate and Cranberry Crispy Rice Squares

What's better than dessert that requires only the microwave? Try these portable squares infused with white chocolate and dried cranberries. They're perfect for a midday treat and take only about 30 minutes to make — including cooling time!

Get the Recipe: White Chocolate and Cranberry Crispy Rice Squares

Black Forest Cake

If the sheer beauty of the cake above doesn't make you love it, the taste of it definitely will. With smooth whipped cream and tart cherries, it's not to be missed.

Get the Recipe: Black Forest Cake

Southwestern Cornbread

These easy cornbread muffins get their irresistible flavor from peppers, onions and cheddar while cream-style corn ensures they're always moist. Serve with a hearty chili or stew for a perfect fall meal.

Get the Recipe: Southwestern Cornbread

Corn Ice Pops

While sweet corn and ice pops are both summer favorites, this recipe combines them into a chilled treat. Slightly sweet, with a hint of sea salt, they're refreshingly delicious and surprisingly easy to make.

Get the Recipe: Corn Ice Pops

Chocolate Chickpea Hazelnut Spread

In five minutes, you can whip up a delicious and healthy hazelnut spread for the perfect simple snack. It's a fan favorite that is always a hit with a crowd.

Get the Recipe: Chocolate Chickpea Hazelnut Spread

Fridge Frittata

You know how french fries never really taste the same once you've put them in the fridge? Use them to make a breakfast frittata that's packed with flavor from ham, peas and pesto.

Get the Recipe: Fridge Frittata

No-Bake Banana Pudding Pie

When the oven's taken up by dinner, it's hard to prep dessert — unless it's no-bake. Light banana pudding and vanilla wafers make Katie's oven-free dessert the perfect after-dinner treat.

Get the Recipe: No-Bake Banana Pudding Pie

No-Bake "Cow Pile" Cookies

Already have something in the oven? Throw together these peanut butter-filled cookies with a few simple pantry ingredients. They're easy but addictive. 

Get the Recipe: No-Bake "Cow Pile" Cookies

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