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These scary-good, kid-friendly dinners will give your ghosts and goblins sustenance for trick-or-treating.
This is a much more delicious variation of the usual Chinese fried rice, and it comes together in under 30 minutes. I use ground pork — and a lot of it — which makes this fried rice a filling one-dish meal.
Loaded with pulled rotisserie chicken in a spicy chipotle-tomato sauce and ungodly amounts of cheese, these nachos are hearty and satisfying – and everyone will be happy when you say, “Nachos for dinner!”
A healthier version of the Chinese restaurant-style dish that is typically battered and deep-fried, this sweet and sour shrimp with broccoli is one of the easiest (and tastiest) suppers you can make.
Filled with spicy sausage, smoky scrambled eggs, cheese, and a bright avocado-tomato salsa, these breakfast burritos are not only easy to make, but also delicious any time of day. My kids especially love them for “brinner.”
Sun-dried tomato pesto gives these grilled cheese sandwiches a gourmet twist. My son calls them “pizza paninis” since they taste like hot, crispy pizza sandwiches.
Not only is this pasta dish quick and easy to make — 25 minutes tops — the whole family gobbles it up, broccoli and all.
These chicken tacos are a healthier spin on traditional beef tacos — and they’re just as good, if not better.
This ground beef chili is melt-in-your-mouth tender, thick, and rich. Serve it over rice or scooped up with tortilla chips.
This baked ziti is a MAJOR family pleaser. Loaded with Italian sausage, which packs a ton of flavor, it’s similar to meat lasagna but without the fuss and easy enough for a weeknight.