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Any tips for quick and easy dinners after a busy day?

Posted on 2/01/10 at 8:32 PM By BISSELL | 90 Replies

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Jenn

Bristol, CT

87 Community Rewards Points
I am really good at the easy dinners, if I don't have time to make anything special, I will chop up whatever vegetables I have in my fridge and throw them into a baking dish with something easy like tuna or pasta and bake it for about 30 mins at 350. This might sound a little gross to some people, but it's good for you and we have found at least, 30 different new recipes in just this year alone, that were made out of some of the mixes we through together really quick on certain days and everyone who has them, loves them.
Posted on 4/13/11 at 2:53 PM

Kathleen Johnson

Andover, MN

485 Community Rewards Points
Busy family of 5--- turkey burgers on the George Foreman, fresh multigrain bun, and fresh veggies dinner ready in 15 minutes.
Posted on 4/13/11 at 8:18 AM

amy lange

Bogart, GA

249 Community Rewards Points
pork loin, jar of chili sauce, can of cranberry sauce.  throw in crockpot that morning for 10-12 hours on low. great that day and left over
Posted on 4/09/11 at 12:49 PM

Marion Turner

Perkasie, PA

202 Community Rewards Points
I like to make chili on a not so busy day. then the next day when we don't have a lot of time, I bake some seasoned french fries, put the chili over top and add cheese. YUM!
Posted on 4/09/11 at 10:50 AM

Jennifer Isbell

Bessemer, AL

237 Community Rewards Points
When I have had a really busy day, I will throw some porkchops or chicken in the oven with foil wrapped sliced potatoes.  they get done at almost the same time.  The kids can choose their toppings, so everyone is happy!
Posted on 4/03/11 at 2:35 PM

Denise White

Lewis, KS

1,184 Community Rewards Points
I used to love to eat rice w/ raisins, milk and cinnamon after school or for evening meal...you could add any fruit, yogurt, juice to make it different each time.  Possibilities are almost endless.
Posted on 3/30/11 at 8:50 PM

Rita Todd

South Sioux City, NE

143 Community Rewards Points
Seriously, had a neighbor who did not work and she was a bit older than I, one day was nuts because I had small kids and had just rushed home from work and needed to make a quick meal... she told me "just let them eat a bowl of cereal and some fruit they love it"....wow! You know what? They did love it.
Posted on 3/25/11 at 7:03 PM

marion marichal

Middleburg, FL

196 Community Rewards Points
I agree with previous posts crock pot is the way to go. If yu have more than one even better. Lots of receipes on the web just google crock pot receipes
Posted on 3/16/11 at 2:36 PM

angel m

seffner, FL

108 Community Rewards Points
crock pot all the way you can make soups , chili, roasts, about anything you can think of set it on low and cook all day while ur at work and presto dinners rwady to be searved.
Posted on 3/15/11 at 11:16 AM

Patricia Pitts

Merrillville, IN

113 Community Rewards Points

When I know I'll have a busy week, I buy makings for the following dish which makes everyone happy: Buitoni refrigerated pasta (chicken and cheese tortellini), Frozen broccoli florets, and jarred Alfredo sauce. Boil pasta and broccoli together, drain and add sauce. Heat and voila it's done. I add a garlic bread to finish the meal.

Posted on 3/14/11 at 6:05 PM
Located on the white label above, usually on the back of the machine.
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