The real winner of this steak and greens dish is the fresh pesto.
What you'll need: ravioli maker ($13, )
Mom's right (once again): Eating healthy can be just as satisfying.
Serve Mom a well-balanced plate of pork, quinoa, and veggies.
Minimize cleanup by throwing all of Mom's dinner favorites into one easy meal.
What you'll need: dutch oven ($45, )
Pull out all the stops for Mom by swapping applesauce for a juicy apple and cabbage blend.
Make sure Mom eats her peas!
Pair this white-wine infused skillet recipe with a glass of vino for you and your special lady.
Ok, this may not be the type of cake Mom was hoping for ... but that comes next.
The perfect balance of lemon zest and thyme make this simple roast chicken recipe subtle but savory.
Throw all the ingredients into the slow cooker in the morning, so you can spend the rest of the day hanging with Mom.
These salty, citrusy chicken cutlets are ready to be devoured in just 15 minutes.
These flavorful patties are cooked on a skillet instead of the grill, making 'em the perfect solution to a rained-out BBQ.
Give store-bought ravioli a gourmet update with just a handful of ingredients — shallots, butter, spinach and pistachios.
Roasted poblanos add a hit of heat to this shrimp and avocado salad. If your mother isn't a fan of spice, ditch the chili powder to tame the flame.
If you're really looking to impress Grandma, give this recipe a try. It has you sous vide the steak, a cooking method that ensures the meat cooks perfectly evenly.
Toss peanut butter, chipotles in adobo, garlic, salt and butter in a blender to make a creamy, fiery sauce that will take your tacos to the next level. Mom may start inviting herself over every Tuesday from now on.
If given a choice, we're 99% sure we'd choose crunchy beets over croutons any day of the week.
Our springy version of the Italian standby swaps in quinoa for rice, so everyone gets an extra boost of protein while still enjoying the flavors they love.
Wrap chicken breasts with thin slices of pancetta to give the weeknight staple an easy, elegant twist.
If you can't find a jar of marinara in the pantry, don't fret. When cooked in a skillet until brown and fragrant, butter transforms into a nutty, delicate sauce.
All the best parts of a taco (even crunchy tortilla!), now in salad form.
Whip together this cheesy, pasta bake and show Mom that you eat your greens now.
Show Mow how much she means to you without breaking the bank. A serving of this springy dish will only set you back about three bucks.
If you volunteered to cook and wash dishes tonight, here's a one-dish wonder.