From cute fruits to picnic pleasures, these spring recipe ideas will please the whole family.
Nothing is more of a crowd-pleaser than a big dish of baked lasagna -- at any age and any time of year! Mixing the meat and cheese sauces may sound odd, but it makes the sauce taste richer.
A surefire family pleaser, these chicken tostadas are easy to pull together and full of flavor. Use pre-made tostada shells to shortcut this already fast recipe.
Crushed candy topping provides the "glitz" in these voluptuous chocolate puddings. Try crushed pistachios or other nuts for an equally delicious combination.
This inventive take on a Chinese chicken salad combines zesty oranges and crunchy peanuts in a bed of nutritious Napa cabbage. Use lettuce if cabbage is a hard sell with the kids, and chopped almonds if there are peanut allergies in the family.
Swirls of white chocolate gives these rich, satiny brownies a glamorous finish, and a flavor combination that's irresistible. Perfect for parties, potlucks, or any special occasion.
Crunchy golden egg rolls wrap around savory chicken, onions and peppers for a delicious dinner the whole family will love. Try baking instead of frying for a more calorie-conscious version.
Dried cranberries impart both sweetness and tartness to these succulent chicken fillets. Great any time of year, this recipe yields a quick yet elegant dish that's especially perfect for holiday company.
The ultimate breakfast food for a special occasion (think Valentine's or Mother's Day), these yummy pastries are the perfect start to a chocolate-lover's morning.
Peanut butter and chocolate is a much-loved combination, and these easy, no-bake bars get extra yummy-ness from both. Make a batch at the beginning of the week for special after-school treats or simple weeknight desserts.
Spice up pizza with spuds! Sliced potatoes make a delicious base for small pizzas, or pizzettes. Top with red onion and fresh thyme for extra flavour.
There is nothing like the taste of fresh bread! Bake these yummy rolls for your lunch.
Even the most seafood-wary kids will usually make an exception for shrimp, especially shrimp coated with sweet and crispy coconut. Serve the dipping sauce in individual bowls for germ-free dunking fun.