These scrumptious dishes from our February recipe collection will ease you back into the kitchen where red velvet is no longer king. Pin your favorites to make later — there are too many good ones here to try before the month is over.
You can have this steak dinner on the table in 20 minutes flat. There goes that excuse for takeout.
Cabbage rolls have never looked sexier.
There's something about a chicken and rice casserole with cream of mushroom soup that just makes my mouth water. Comfort food at its finest.
This fancy version of pigs in a blanket could be a snack or an appetizer, but eating the whole batch for dinner works for me.
Proof that Meatless Monday can leave you with a full, happy belly.
When you have leftover chili, you make chili spaghetti.
Pro tip: When you use premade pie crusts, empanadas are way easier.
Is there anything better than coming home to the smell of slow cooker soup, ready and waiting for you?
You can literally eat like a queen with this upgraded chicken salad.
It's like meatballs and mashed potatoes, but way healthier.
The more approachable cassoulet... no duck required.
Only 10 minutes of prep, and three hours later, you're sitting down to this luscious bowl of short ribs.
This is how you turn cauliflower haters into cauliflower lovers.
Every once in a while, a ginormous plate of nachos is the best idea for dinner.
Everything you love about Chinese takeout in one quick skillet.
Take your dinner and stuff it into biscuit dough, and you get these glorious rolls.
For those nights when you're not counting calories, make it worth it. Pasta, cheese, sausage, more cheese. Yes.
Make these meatballs a meal by serving them with rice or veggies. Or just use a toothpick and eat them directly from the slow cooker. (Not that I know anything about that.)
Every child's (and most adults', if we're being honest) dream pizza.
I don't particularly need another excuse to eat dessert, but if I did: booze.
Yep, they're still made with potatoes, but gnocchi for dessert will blow your mind.
Nobody needs to know this ridiculously easy citrus-herb cake starts with a boxed mix.
You'd never guess these divine treats are made with black beans.
It tastes like a Thin Mint, but it's actually a healthy energy bite. Winner.
This hot chocolate could be breakfast or dessert. Or both. I won't judge.
And you'll see personalized content just for you whenever you click the My Feed .
SheKnows is making some changes!