January throws us for a loop every single year. We want to start the year off right with a healthy diet, but we also want to warm our bellies up with hearty casseroles.
And apparently, you're on the same page!
Hey, life's all about balance, right?
(Plus, your dogs got in on the fun with Peanut Butter Dog Treats With Pumpkin!)
Use whatever cooked protein you have on hand in Rach's easy, vegetable-packed lo mein that's tossed in a yummy Asian sauce. Watch Rach make it in the video above.
Rach's vegan burritos are layered with guacamole, pico de gallo, smoky black beans & corn + green rice spiked with jalapeños & spinach.
A tasty marinade infused with cumin, paprika + garlic is the secret behind this easy, budget-friendly recipe for baked Peruvian chicken thighs from chef Dan Giusti.
The chicken in this quick & easy stir-fry could boost heart health and help fight cancer, according to Eat To Beat Disease author Dr. William Li.
This one-pan dinner of chicken and veggies in tomato sauce is topped with mozzarella and broiled to cheesy perfection.
"This pasta bake is a game changer for potlucks and the type of meal that inspires eaters-in-love to sign up with the cook for life," Rach says.
A rich mushroom stock melds together the caramelized onions + cheesy croutons that make Rach's french onion soup simply irresistible.
These super fudgy—and EASY—brownies go for the extra point thanks to the salty crunch of a potato chip crust.
Model Susan Holmes McKagan shares a dog treat recipe inspired by her new bestselling novel The Velvet Rose.
This Buffalo chicken casserole made with cauliflower is packed with protein + fat (hello, bacon) and gluten-free, so it's keto diet-friendly.