Easy Zucchini and Tomato Bake

Recipes

We think these fresh green beans sauced with creamy mushroom soup and topped with crunchy baked onion rings will become a new family favorite.

This is an ideal dish for a small gathering. Prepared as below, turkey breast cooked by itself is more likely to turn out moist and tender than white meat on a whole bird, and our butter-and-sage rub guarantees that it bursts with flavor.

Here’s a deliciously hearty stew that gets a big contribution from a small amount of beef. The secret is browning the meat first for richness and depth, then slow cooking it along with flavorful veggies and a savory combination of tamari, red wine vinegar and...

These tender raisin-stuffed cakes have a delicious toasted millet crust when they've finished baking. For a filling breakfast serve them alongside sausage links and fresh fruit.

Use any favorite fruits such as peaches, raspberries or bananas to make this creamy smoothie.

Company-worthy, yet easy to prepare, fresh horseradish and grated carrots make a savory topping for cod, with roasted potatoes and (edible!) lemons on the side. 

This colorful, main-course pasta dish features a garden of vegetables enhanced with the rich flavor of turkey sausage.

These easy soufflé-like puffs make a great breakfast or brunch for guests. Like soufflés, they’ll begin to sink quickly after baking, but they will still be delicious. You can sprinkle them with grated parmesan before serving if you like.

Create a meatless alternative to traditional Swedish meatballs with millet and vegetables for your next holiday gathering. Puréed walnuts create a rich and creamy sauce for serving. Try as a main course or with toothpicks for appetizers.

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Cranberries and pecans, two symbols of the fall harvest, work beautifully in these rich shortbread cookies. Serve them with strong black tea or coffee for an afternoon treat.

Frozen strawberries, blueberries and blackberries are perfect in this simple baked crisp. Use equal parts frozen berries and pitted cherries for delicious results, too.

We love red snapper, but salmon, swordfish or tuna fillets work equally well in this recipe. If you'd like to make the salsa ahead, simply wait to add the avocado until serving time and store the salsa, covered, in the refrigerator.

Banana Sundaes for breakfast? Well, it might not be exactly what you had in mind, but this power-packed "sundae" comes loaded with nuts and seeds for a filling and very yummy breakfast.

A fool is a classic English dessert made by folding puréed fruit into whipped cream. In this recipe we add refreshing mint and tangy plain yogurt to balance the rich cream.

Fresh asparagus are a sure sign that spring is coming. This easy frittata makes a refreshingly light dinner or lunch. Or serve with biscuits or scones for brunch.

Silken tofu is a priceless ingredient when it comes to making smooth and creamy pies like this one. Vegan pumpkin pecan pie will stand up well on any holiday dessert buffet.

This stew comes together easily, simmering on top of the stove for a couple of hours and giving you the time to take care of a few spring cleaning projects.

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