Lots of people are going meatless these days. Whether it’s because they’re observing Lent or because they’ve jumped on board the Meatless Monday movement, they’re out there looking for alternatives to meat-centered dishes. But meatless doesn’t mean tasteless and I’ve got a new, flavor-packed, meatless option you’re going to love!
Sometimes, when you’re busy at the end of the day, it may seem easier to order and pick up takeout than it is easy to cook up a delicious, plant-powered meal. But some of the tastiest one-dish recipes can be whipped up in 30 minutes or less.
We all have places to be and things to do during the busy back-to-school season. Making time for family meals is important, too. As a Together Counts™ partner, we recognize that 20 minutes at the dinner table as a family can make a big impact on establishing healthy eating habits for your children. While our schedules are ever changing, preparing family dinner doesn’t have to be another dreaded item on your to-do list. Knowing how to navigate your grocer’s freezer aisle will help you get a budget-friendly, balanced meal together in no time.
A healthier you includes squeezing more fruits & vegetables into meals and snacks. No sweat! They’re super convenient when purchased frozen and perfectly-portioned for each meal occasion.
Our spokesperson Katie Workman—NYC mom and cookbook author— has shared her favorite holiday mealtime hacks, including how best to utilize frozen and dairy products for cost-effective and delicious holiday meals. From television appearances to radio interviews and blog Q&As, Katie shared her tips and tricks for mastering shortcut cooking and baking during the holiday season. See below for a full recap, and be sure to put these time- and money-savers to use this season and during holidays to come!
You can’t enjoy the holiday season without a scrumptious and festive beverage! When hosting a party, you should have at least one visually-stimulating recipe that will truly impress with your ingenuity and style. And why not kick your drink line-up up a notch with concoctions that will make your holiday merry and bright! Dazzle your guests with these holiday beverages—including hot, cold and cocktail recipes.
Holidays just aren’t the same without dessert, or a few! It’s an ideal time for it too because the flavors of this season—ginger, pumpkin, blueberry, cranberry and many more—perfectly pair with baked goods and other treats. Sweet confections this time of year make the end of a meal special and always put a smile on everyone’s face.
In celebration of Thanksgiving, our Cool Food Panelist, Katie Workman wanted to share a last-minute idea to take Thanksgiving pie to a whole new level!
While eating leftover turkey sandwiches after Thanksgiving isn’t so bad at first, why not take things up a notch? There are plenty of delicious things you can do with leftovers that will make you feel like the holidays are everyday. Us ladies from the Easy Home Meals team wanted to share their tried and true leftover hacks and recipe ideas, as well as some new ideas and recipes to test out.
The changing leaves and cooling temperatures of the fall season also bring back-to-school and holidays, two occasions that lend themselves to time spent with family around the table. Holiday meals are joyous, memorable affairs, and dinnertime on a school night is just as important. After all, family meals are an integral part of togetherness and well-being. Sitting around the table is important for families, as it’s a unique chance for parents and kids to interact with one another and share, learn and grow.