Spring break is over and we are all returning to the hustle and bustle of regular weekdays. That includes work, school and of course, those week night dinners! I know, during the week, I’m tired, my husband is tired and my kids are tired, so I like to plan super quick and easy meals for those busy week nights. Here are some of the recipes that I use ALL the time.Pizza is a classic, but frozen pizza gets boring. We love making this Pepperoni Pizza Toast together! It’s quick, easy, only 4 ingredients and your kids can make their own!
2 ingredients and 30 minutes is all it takes to make this INCREDIBLE Bacon Wrapped Pork from Tamara (like Camera) Blog! She uses a garlic and cracked pepper loin, but I bet any flavored (or, just a salt and peppered) loin would be delicious!
Pasta is always a win and this 10 Minute Garlic Pasta from the Deliberate mom is pure perfection!
One pot meals are the best and what is more comforting than chicken pot pie? Well, this One Pot Chicken and Biscuits combines ease and comfort into one delicious meal.
Meatball Subs for dinner? YES PLEASE! Check out these 5 Ingredient Dump ‘n’ Bake Meatball Subs from My Recipe Magic!
This Tuna Noodle Casserole from 3 Boys and A Dog is a quick and easy, comforting classic! Don’t like tuna? Use chicken! Don’t like meat? Add mushrooms! YUM!
Crock pots are week night dinner life savers and my family loves this Hawaiian Chicken recipe, which is pretty much as easy as it gets!
Can you tell that I like one pot, one pan and one skillet meals? Less work, less mess, more delicious dinner times with the family! Try this Skillet Chicken and Mushrooms from Dancing through the Rain!
Quick and savory isn’t just part of the recipe name! It speaks the truth about Gym Craft Laundry’s Quick and Savory Ginger Garlic Shrimp Skewers!
Looking for some fun, classic kid favorites?
You can’t lose with these Quick ‘n’ Cheesy Sloppy Joes! Made from scratch and not a can!
Ooey Gooey, quick and delicious! That is what you get from this Chili Cheese Dog Bake over on My Incredible Recipes!