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Why make things complicated when they can be oh-so-simple?
Start with your favorite store-bought pizza dough, then pile on the cheese, eggs, and scallions. Pour a healthy glass of rosé to go with, and you've got yourself an easy but decadent summer meal. Recipe here.
This simple pie crust (whole wheat flour and butter) is the perfect base for green tomatoes and lots of cheese. Recipe here.
When it comes to simple dinners, it's best to start with quality ingredients. Get a nice, crusty loaf of bread from your favorite bakery, and definitely spring for the heirloom tomato. Recipe here.
Root beer and barbecue sauce go into the slow cooker with a big piece of pork. Six hours later, the only other thing you need is a burger bun. Recipe here.
Some days, breakfast for dinner is the only way to go. And cereal is great, but you can do better than that. This omelet is quick, cheap, and filling. Recipe here.
Use fresh, in-season corn to make this dinner even more flavorful. Recipe here.
Cherry tomatoes are great here, but you can really use whatever tomatoes look best at the market. Recipe here.
The trick to this sheet-pan dinner is putting the vegetables in the oven first, then adding the fish in the last eight to ten minutes of cooking. Recipe here.
This is a great healthy side dish to bring to a barbecue, but no judgement if you want to keep it all for yourself. Make it for dinner, then eat leftovers for lunch. Recipe here.
Asparagus makes this quick, easy dinner feel healthy and fresh. Recipe here.
This great combination of textures and flavors (and food groups — yay HEALTH!) comes together in under 30 minutes. Recipe here.
Explore your lighter side with this super-green, slightly cheesy zoodle dish. Recipe here.
This gluten-free almond "breading" is a nice way to change things up. Recipe here.
This lightened-up soba salad uses half traditional noodles and half soba noodles, so you get all that delicious carb comfort without the carb coma. Recipe here.
As far as meatless Mondays go, this dish is pretty much perfect. Recipe here.
Add rice or a veggie to make this a little more filling, if you want. Recipe here.
This broiled dinner is super quick, and you likely already have everything except the fish and the corn. Recipe here.
Clean and simple. Recipe here.
Meatless and super filling, these peppers are a great weeknight dinner, but they also keep well in the fridge for a make-ahead lunch. Recipe here.
Butter, olive oil, salt, and pepper are things you need in addition to the five ingredients, but chances are you have those on hand. If you're still not convinced: This dish is easy AND classy enough for company. Recipe here.
A nice, healthy, square meal, for days when you don't feel like stepping too far out of the box. Recipe here.
True comfort food is never more than 10 minutes away. Recipe here.
Feed your inner child. Recipe here.
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