Easy Zucchini and Tomato Bake

Recipes

A delicious new way to enjoy pre-made ravioli! It’s a full meal tossed with a creamy pea purée and served with fresh arugula. Easy and elegant for supper, any night of the week.

Mangoes make an appearance in both the sauce and garnish for these fajitas, adding plenty of sweet and tangy flavor. For a vegan version, substitute baked or grilled tofu for the steak.

With flecks of savory crab and green onions in the brown rice, these nigiri-style sushi bites are perfectly topped with juicy, sweet slices of mango.

Kugel is a common Jewish casserole most often made with noodles, but in this version, we use thinly sliced tart apples and matzoh for a sweet spin.

This refreshing combination of mango purée and sparkling Prosecco is easy to throw together for a quick brunch or cocktail hour. For a variation, substitute pineapple chunks for the mango.

This easy recipe is based on apple butter and makes an ideal spread for bread or topping for oatmeal. If you like, stir a few pinches of apple pie spice or five-spice powder into the purée during the last few minutes of cooking.

For a morning treat or just a snack, try these baked oatmeal cakes packed with fresh mango, tangy yogurt and cashews.

Quick to make and easy to carry, these convenient treats are great for an afternoon pick-me-up or grab-and-go breakfast. Experiment with your favorite nut butters, dried fruits and spices. We also like adding a tablespoon of sesame or poppy seeds to the mix.

These crisp and tangy pickles are a great accompaniment to sharp cheeses and charcuterie, or use them as swizzle sticks for cocktails or seltzer. You can also dice them for an easy salsa for grilled chicken or pork.

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Fresh greens combine with pantry classics of olive oil, crushed red pepper and canned cannellini beans in this simple, nutritious side dish that pairs well with hearty entrées.

Have breakfast in bed with our french toast made with delicate challah bread, top with fresh or thawed frozen berries and plenty of maple syrup.

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.

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.

Grated carrots and onions add a nutritional boost to this delicious gluten-free meatloaf, while the mustard and Worcestershire sauce ensure a hearty flavor.

Our unique recipe calls for beans, whole corn and cheddar cheese. Simple to prepare, it's a perfect complement to a hearty soup or stew and leftovers heat up wonderfully for breakfast.

In this unusual yet delightful pairing, thick-cut chops are soaked in a pear juice brine mixture, browned and then served with a piquant pear chutney. Enjoy this dish with spinach or green beans.

Traditional Indian spices and flavors imbue this chickpea salad. Serve over mixed salad greens with pita chips for dinner. If you have any leftovers, spoon the salad into whole wheat pita bread and top with alfalfa sprouts or shredded lettuce for a tasty lunch.

This layered one-pot dish can be assembled quickly and popped into the oven to bake while you're helping the kids with their homework (or finishing your own).

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