Use frosting, marshmallows, chocolate chips and jelly beans to create super cute Easter Bunny cupcakes.
This kid-friendly lunch can be ready in just 15 minutes, plus children love being able to make their own little pizzas.
Alex Guarnaschelli gives chicken skewers a cheesy topping with homemade pesto and Parmesan.
Catch that lucky feeling on St. Patrick's Day with cute cookie-and-candy leprechaun hats.
This banana bread cuts out gluten, dairy and refined sugar but keeps all the classic delicious flavor.
Oven-baked fried chicken cuts down on the oil while keeping all the crispy goodness.
Lighten up taco Tuesday with turkey, salsa, and canellini bean tacos.
Peanut butter, chocolate and butterscotch make crispy rice cereal treats even better.
Carrie Underwood makes no-cook, dairy-free "nicecream" thats still deliciously creamy and chocolaty.
Carrie Underwood keeps comfort food easy and healthy with her slow-cooker veggie lasagna.
Fill tortillas with roasted veggies, quinoa and avocado for a lighter taco Tuesday meal.
Make the most of leftovers with burgers made from leftover salmon filets and mashed potatoes.
Guy Fieri makes super crispy chicken tenders with less fat by cooking them in an air fryer.
Change up your usual pizza routine with light and crispy Roman-style pinsa dough.
Katie Lee's decadent mashed potatoes are a holiday dinner-worthy side dish.
Dinner doesn't get more comforting than classic meatloaf with a caramelized ketchup glaze.
Martha Stewart makes delicious chocolate peanut butter cups with just five ingredients.
Joy Bauer turns a classic candy store treat into an easy, 5-ingredient dessert.
Make chili fries better for you with vegan cheese sauce and meatless lentil chili.
Spoon hearty lentil chili onto hamburger buns for a vegan version of sloppy Joes.
Siri Daly takes the delicious flavors of Chinese egg rolls to make a quick and easy one-pot dinner.
Wrap up chicken- and veggie-filled spring rolls for a finger-friendly, oven-free dinner.
Give smoothies brilliantly bright color with blue algae powder thats healthy and great tasting.
Indulge in a chocolaty, creamy banana split-inspired smoothie without all the calories of the original dessert.
Joy Bauer swaps ice cream for this surprising ingredient that makes milk shakes just as creamy but much lower in calories.
Get kids to eat their veggies by serving them with flavorful quinoa and juicy shrimp.
Use your muffin tin to make perfectly portioned egg cups for a healthy, on-the-go breakfast.
Enjoy a savory pizza without all the carbs by making the crust out of protein-rich ingredients.
Bake a batch of these veggie- and cheese-filled egg cups to keep busy mornings moving.
Set up a DIY yogurt parfait station for brunch so guests can customize their own cups.
Pumpkin puree and warm spices make this easy breakfast casserole absolutely irresistible.
Make and freeze breakfast pasty pockets for an easy grab-and-go morning meal.
Replace slider buns with crispy potato latkes for a delicious brisket-filled bite.
Ina Garten adds orange juice and lemon zest to apple sauce for a citrusy zing.
Joy Bauer gives pound cake a healthy and flavorful makeover with a few simple ingredient swaps.
Top flavorful carnitas tacos with lettuce, tomato, radish and avocado for a quick and healthy dinner.
Cranberries add tartness while oranges bring natural sweetness to Joy Bauer's easy-to-make muffins.
Crunchier with more buttery nooks and crannies than regular grilled cheese, the waffle iron gives this lunchtime classic a killer makeover.
Top fluffy ricotta cheese pancakes with tart cranberry sauce for an easy autumn breakfast.
Make cheesecakes miniature with Joy Bauer's quick, easy and delicious recipe.
Toss delightfully crispy french fries with fragrant garlic oil and fresh parsley.
Make edible macaroni and cheese-filled jack-o'-lanterns with bell peppers.