Made in just one pan, this easy, cheesy meal will become a weeknight staple.
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Finish off this kid-friendly recipe with your favorite taco toppings: sour cream, avocado, and tortilla chips.
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Skip the canned stuff and whip up this homemade chicken noodle soup that will warm you up all winter long.
These homemade noodles are made with just two ingredients—yes, really!—and the entire dish comes together in 30 minutes.
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Go low-carb with this healthy recipe that calls for sprialized "zoodles."
For even more protein, top each serving of this hearty winter pasta with a fried egg.
Top this Mexican meal with sour cream, jalapeños, and lime wedges.
Arugula gives cheesy spaghetti and pulled chicken earthy freshness.
This homemade ramen is filled with shiitake mushrooms, baby bok choy, and snow peas.
Ready in under 30 minutes, this deserves a spot in your weeknight dinner rotation come winter.
This mouthwatering minestrone is made with four-cheese tortellini.
Upgrade butternut squash ravioli with asparagus and seared chicken.
Your family will finish every lost drop of this comfort food mash-up.
Beer and cheese? Set a place setting for us!
Move over, chicken noodle: This gnocchi and veggie chicken soup is the ultimate comfort food.
Mix up this cold pasta dish with a kick from Dijon mustard.
This fresh pasta dish puts a springtime twist on spaghetti night.
For cold winter nights, this hearty, meat-free lasagna recipe is the perfect way to warm up.
The mild flavor of Castelvetrano olives won't overpower this wintry pasta.
Tomatoes, slightly spicy green chiles, and crunchy corn chip pieces make this homemade mac and cheese recipe pretty extraordinary.
Toasted pecans add unexpected warmth and crunch to this creamy pasta dish.
Lighten up! Reduce Parmesan, pistachios, and olive oil each to 1/3 cup, add 1/4 cup water, and substitute in low-fat feta. Total savings? 110 calories and 12 fat grams per serving.
This decadent dish with toasted walnuts, blue cheese, and fresh chives can be made with rotini, rigatoni, penne, or bow-tie pasta for endless pasta-bilities.
Traditional pasta gets an upgrade from Jenn Louis, chef-owner of in Portland, Oregon, with the addition of smoky, salty bacon and zesty red onion.
A stick-to-your ribs tomato sauce of brisket, bacon, and red wine calls for a pasta with equal gusto. This wide, ribbony egg noodle fits the bill.
Lighten up this recipe by using ground turkey instead of sausage, 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano and 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes. Omit the bread, and opt for fat-free ricotta. Total savings: 57 calories and 6 fat grams per serving.
Enjoy this simple one-dish pasta meal with delicious Italian chicken sausage and broccoli rabe!
For a delectable twist, skip the sauce and instead tuck into thick-sliced tomatoes, caramelized onions, black-olive tapenade, and plenty of mozzarella
Update this traditional dish with a slightly sweet, slightly salty cheese. Even better: This version requires just five ingredients and 10 minutes to prep.