Not enough time in your day to prepare a homemade dinner? You're not alone! These 15 skillet meals — all ready in 30 minutes or less — prove that weeknight dinners don’t have to be time consuming.
This Bruschetta Chicken Skillet doesn't sacrifice flavor. Step-up your skillet game and surprise your family with this recipe that uses chicken breast with diced tomatoes, cheese and basil cooked in tomato sauce and topped with croutons.
Elbow macaroni and ground beef are prepared with a tangy Sloppy Joe sauce and topped with shredded cheese to make this easy Sloppy Joe Macaroni Skillet.
Prepped in only 10 minutes, this pasta skillet—with Italian turkey sausage, baby spinach leaves, and mozzarella cheese— quickly becomes a meal your family will be craving weekly.
Just 15 minutes of prep time and 15 minutes of cooking time make this one-pan pasta recipe a quick and easy dinner option. Made with common grocery items like diced tomatoes, tomato sauce, rigatoni, green bell pepper and Parmesan cheese, there’s a good chance you already have everything on hand to make this effortless skillet.
Pasta shells, seasoned tomato sauce, ketchup and a shredded Cheddar and Monterey Jack cheese blend give this 7-ingredient skillet a cheeseburger flavor profile.
This one-skillet recipe of cheese-filled ravioli in a beefy tomato sauce is ready in 30 minutes and uses only 5 simple ingredients.
None of the guests at your dinner table will be able to guess that the secret to making this spaghetti skillet so creamy is 4 ounces of cream cheese.
This one-pot beef and brown rice recipe takes 10 minutes to prepare and can be cooked in a skillet, saucepan, or Dutch oven— there’s no excuse for not making this easy dish.
This ravioli skillet recipe uses beef ravioli in a sauce made with shredded fresh zucchini and tomatoes. Have a picky eater in your family? Not a problem! Just substitute 1 cup of shredded carrots, chopped bell peppers, or any other vegetable your picky eater prefers in place of the zucchini.
Spaghetti, ground beef and zesty tomatoes topped with sour cream proves that tacos aren't just for Tuesdays and tortillas.
Besides 15 minutes of prep time and 4 ingredients, the best part about this recipe is that it can be re-imagined again and again. For a new taste every time, just make this skillet with your favorite type of frozen ravioli.
This dessert recipe proves that skillets aren’t just synonymous with dinner. This sweet stove top Skillet Peach Cobbler dessert is made using a simple batter and sliced peaches topped with nutmeg.