Easiest and Healthy Recipes
- Easiest Recipes (14)
- Five Ingredient Recipes (35)
- Healthy Recipes (12)
- No Cook Recipes (8)
- One Dish Meals (19)
- Recipe Makeovers (5)
Cooking for One or Two
How to cook for one or two. Small meals, cooking for two, with tips, recipes and links.
Busy Cooks History
Learn about the history of quick cooking, starting with World War II and the Pillsbury Bake-Off. Busy Cooks history, including the development of convenience foods.
Seventy 30 Minute Main Dish Recipes!
30 Minute Main Dish Recipes are super quick and easy to make and delicious. You'll have these entree recipes on the table in about thirty minutes.
Make some of the easiest entrees ever starting with one ingredients and adding a few pantry or freezer staples. Start with canned chicken, ramen noodles, fish fillets, and more.
30 Minute Meals
Yes, it is possible to make a complete meal in just 30 minutes. I've developed seven meals with timetables to feed your family fast. My favorite meal is Pesto Penne with Peppers, Special Green Beans, and Blueberry Shortbread Parfaits.
These super easy and delicious pies are made with a batter baked around ingredients like meats, vegetables, and cheeses.
Breakfast for Dinner
Have you ever had breakfast food for dinner? I'm not talking about cold cereal - I mean hot and fluffy pancakes and waffles, crispy and tender french toast, or some savory, melting eggs. Try breakfast for dinner sometime this week for a great change of pace. Try Eggs Lorraine, French Toast, or pancakes and waffles from Make Ahead Batter.
Burgers have evolved beyond plain old ground beef served with ketchup and mustard. Try Moroccan Turkey Burgers, Stuffed Pizza Burgers, Pesto Burgers, or Juicy Onion Burgers on the grill tonight.
Crockpot Meatball Recipes
Combine purchased, frozen fully cooked meatballs and a few ingredients in your crockpot for wonderfully flavored and super easy dinner ideas. Try Crockpot Meatball Sauerbraten or Crockpot Spaghetti and Meatballs for dinner this week!
Rachael Ray's 30 Minute Meals
Okay, so these are 30 minute meals. What's an extra ten minutes when the food is so good? Rachael Ray is one of my favorite cooking teachers. Her recipes are easy and delicious with simple ingredients and bold flavors. What are you waiting for?
Radio Show Recipes for Cooking with Ken and Cindy
Radio show recipes for Cooking with Ken and Cindy