Dinnertime is one of the most important meals of the day for almost all families. It’s a great time to gather around the table, and reflect on the day’s events. Equally important is the ability to get dinner on the table in a breeze! With these 30 simple one-pot meals, you are sure to have a fuss-free meal made in no time.
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Food is the one thing that has a tendency to bring almost anyone together. Numerous studies have shown that eating dinner together as a family may help create better relationships between parents and children. Even more, a lasting bond between siblings. Let’s face it though, we are all SUPER busy in today’s world. Instead of stressing about what to make for dinner, checkout these easy one-pot dinner ideas.
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Within these 30 recipes you will find some delicious roasted chicken meals, jambalaya, soups and stews, and even some family favorites like one-pot chili mac and cheese. There are recipes from several different cultures, well versed palates and varying levels of nutritional density. There is definitely a recipe here that is sure to please even the most pickiest of eaters. No need to worry about “what’s for dinner tonight,” and no need to worry about cleaning multiple pots and pans either.
It is time to get out of the rut of the same dinner rotation, pull out those pots and get cooking.
About the Author:
Jocelyn Delk Adams is the founder, author, national television personality and brand ambassador behind the award-winning cookbook Grandbaby Cakes and the food website Grandbaby-Cakes.com, which gives her family’s, particularly her grandmother’s, cherished generational recipes her modern spin while preserving the most important ingredient- tradition. Jocelyn is a TODAY Show Tastemaker, a Food Network judge and was a cast member of one of the Cooking Channel’s longest running most popular shows, “Unique Sweets.” Jocelyn hopes Grandbaby Cakes inspires a new generation of dessert enthusiasts to learn to bake and not feel guilty about enjoying dessert.