English muffin pizzas are the ultimate between-meal snack. Ready in minutes and always tasty.
If you don't have an oven available but you want pizza, this stove-top version using sandwich bread and whatever extra lunch meat you have on hand might be just what you need.
This smoothie has a wonderful sweet tang that will spread a smile across anyone's face!
This is my version of the great Indian snack, but with easy to find (and cheap) ingredients. Try it before you knock it.
This quick, easy, and economical dish is a godsend for on-the-go mothers who need to feed their toddlers. Butter, garlic salt, and parsley add to the flavor of this aromatic dish.
Popcorn recipe for cooking in the pan. Just two ingredients. Simple.
I was up late, the store was closed, I was starving, and my fridge was nearly empty. Except for a couple of hot dogs, some cooked rice, and some cheese. Had to make do.
Super easy to make after a long day working, or when funds are low and you're hungry.
Easy breadsticks you can serve with your best man-tested pasta or pizza.
A hot, fresh lunch in just ten minutes? This easy quesadilla is your answer.
Easy personal pizzas with a hefty helping of tasty veggies and cheese.
Create your own pizza with this simple recipe for homemade pizza dough and simple toppings.
You're not going to believe this one 'til you try it. You simply nuke your corn in the zapper, husks, silk and all. When they're done, cut off a half inch or so of the stem end, hold the tassel end up with a hot-mitt and the cooked ear of corn drops right out, free of any silk and ready for the butter!
Guys, it doesn't get much simpler than this. Turn your leftover chicken into a gameday appetizer.
Look Ma, no stove! This fresh salsa gets heat from jalapeno and sweet from mango.
Really bring the devil out of this great deviled eggs recipe. Green chiles and chipotle peppers are your minions.
Nice and frothy drink, good for in the mornings when you have noting else to make and not much time.
A blended fruit drink that's good for any occasion.
Nothing beats the taste of fresh basil--if you've got your hands on some, use it for this simple dip.
My dad always said the right tool makes the job go easier. In this case we will make use of an apple corer and a red brick to make the perfect popper. Please don't waste your money on one of those expensive popper holders!