This slow cooker plan makes a week of meal prep so easy. Make one big batch of juicy chicken thighs, and spin it into fresh dinners for days.
These healthy(ish) holiday treats will stop cookie cravings in their tracks—because they’re cookies! Bring on the sugar and spice.
Craving a tasty breakfast treat? Consider baking with whole grains. These oat scones are high in fiber, and cranberries and orange zest make them cozy and bright.
It's one of the greatest sources of lunch indecision—do you feel like a salad or a sandwich? Roll those two things together, and you've got a wrap.
Between candy treats and cookie swaps, the world is dusted with sugar this time of year. Take a brief break from the rush.
A trio of superfoods is a sweet way to kick off the (almost!) no sugar meal plan.
Equally at home as a fresh side dish or a satisfying packed lunch, this bountiful salad is packed with fall veggies, including sweet red onions and winter squash.
Say buh-bye to the boxes and cans. Because cooking with fresh ingredients tastes better, is better for you—and it’s seriously easy.
Mac and cheese is pure comfort, but it doesn’t have to be a butter bomb. Slash the fat and create a creamy texture by stirring pureed butternut squash into the sauce.
Filled with comforting autumn flavors, this delicious roast dinner is fast enough for a weeknight but special enough to share with friends.