Seriously. The recipe you’ve been searching for is finally here. Yes! In .this.post. A no-bake lasagna recipe that even the busiest parent can make in the middle of the week!
If you can boil water and cook noodles… you can make this no-bake lasagna recipe-no matter how hectic dinner time might be. Check out how easy it is to make.
But seriously, why would one want an easy of a lasagna recipe like this one? I mean, what’s the point, right? Well, say it’s 5:45 p.m. and everyone is ready for dinner, and just as you take the frozen pan of lasagna from the freezer you realize that it’s going to take more than 1 hour to bake in the oven! And everyone wants lasagna…
Aren’t we all looking for the latest, greatest way to get dinner on the table? Quick weeknight meals never go out of style and this Sun Dried Tomato Chicken & Pasta Skillet meal is one everyone will love.
The beauty of this Creamy Sun Dried Tomato and Chicken Pasta Skillet Meal recipe is that it tastes like it took a lot more time to bring together than it actually does. Simple ingredients like sun dried tomatoes, half and half, fresh basil and chicken breasts combine with penne pasta to create a filling, quick meal your family is sure to enjoy.
Looking for an easy weeknight meal, that will be on the table in minutes? If you have a skillet, we have just the recipe for you.
There’s just no way around it. Getting meals on the table during the hustle and bustle of a weeknight is challenging. How can you feed your family a filling, nutritious meal, and not spend the entire evening in the kitchen? Well, all you need to answer this question is a skillet and a few simple ingredients. Within minutes this Chicken and Broccoli Alfredo Recipe will come together, and leave both you and your family, feeling good.
In a large skillet, you’ll cook both your chicken, as well as make the creamy Alfredo sauce, followed by adding the cooked pasta and broccoli. Familiar flavors such as parmesan, Italian seasoning and garlic will have your loved ones asking for seconds.
As always, leftovers make excellent thermos lunches for both adults and kids the next day.
Looking for a midweek meal that takes very little effort to make?
Then you’ll love our Quick and Easy Skillet Lasagna. This kid-approved recipe, has the meaty, tomato sauce and cheesy goodness of traditional lasagna, but takes a lot less time to make. A win for everyone when it comes to putting dinner on the table or packing lunch!
Want to check out how easy this lasagna is to make? Watch the quick video below.
All you need is a large skillet and you’re set. You don’t even have to boil the pasta separately, it’s all done right in the skillet! Use your pasta of choice, gluten-free, whole wheat, anything goes! And you can create a vegetarian option by omitting the Italian sausage for a Meatless Monday meal.
24 ounces tomato sauce (omit seasonings below if sauce is seasoned)
1 ½ teaspoons oregano
1 ½ teaspoons basil
½ teaspoon red pepper flakes
8 ounces farfalle pasta (bowties)*
¼ teaspoon salt
1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
¼ cup Parmesan cheese (more for serving)
1 cup ricotta cheese
In a large (5 quart/ 12 inch) skillet over medium high heat, add coconut oil and Italian sausage. Cook until sausage is nearly browned and cooked through, then add minced garlic.
Finish cooking the sausage with the garlic.
Stir in tomato sauce and seasonings (if sauce isn’t seasoned) to the cooked sausage.
Add in 2 cups of water and pasta to the skillet and bring to a boil.
Once it’s boiling, reduce heat to a simmer and cover.
Cook until pasta is tender, about 12 additional minutes (this will vary depending on the pasta you use).
When pasta is cooked, remove from heat.
Stir in mozzarella and combine.
Top with small mounds of ricotta cheese and Parmesan, cover and wait a couple of minutes for ricotta to heat and melt in.
Serve immediately with additional Parmesan cheese if desired.
*I personally use coconut oil but you can use your favorite cooking oil. Use bowtie pasta or whatever shapes you have in your pantry. This recipe doesn’t work well with spaghetti or angel hair pasta. You can use gluten free pasta as well. Cooking times will vary so please check your box.
Need to get supper on the table in 30 minutes? This Creamy Tomato Tortellini Soup is the answer to this mealtime dilemma.
We all have those evenings where we need to get supper on the table quickly. This recipe came about from exactly one of those nights. My kids love marinara sauce with tortellini. One evening, when I went to make supper, I found both these ingredients in the my pantry, but not enough tortellini to serve everyone. So, why not add more marinara? This soup came together quickly, with the Italian flavors and tortellini kids love. If you happen to have leftovers, they make a great thermos lunch for the next day.