Want to eat like a king, even when you have minimal time to whip up your royal feast?
We’ve pulled together our favorite no-time, no-problem recipes; all you have to do is keep this short list of supplies on hand and dinner’s done for a solid two weeks ahead. Ready, set, eat!
Keep these on hand:
- Green Giant™ Steamers™ frozen mixed vegetables
- Pillsbury™ Refrigerated Crescent Rolls
- Pillsbury™ Refrigerated Pizza Crust
- Pillsbury™ Grands!™ refrigerated biscuits
- Old El Paso Salsa
- Old El Paso Tortillas
- Progresso Chicken Broth
- Shredded cheese
- Totino’s™ Pizza Rolls™
You’ll start by getting rotisserie chicken just for the leftover shredded bits. Mix ’em up with a few ingredients, roll ’em into crescents, and let the devouring begin.
It’s genius: Cut tortillas into eeny-teeny pizza crusts, and dinner’s done faster than you can say “Mexican meets Milan”.
Melty cheese, spiced chicken for a little zest, on the table in under a half-hour. Now this is living.
They’re a super-fun, quick handheld dinner at the table, or throw a few in a bag for busy errand nights. Cheese, ham, roll, GO.
5. 10-Minute Creamy Basil Chicken Dinner
Yes, we said 10 minutes. 5 easy ingredients, and you can impress a tableful of guests.
It’s comfort food that doesn’t demand a lot of time or effort—which means the cook gets to chill over dinner, too.
Dinner at home feels like a three-star dining event when you serve this simple, four-ingredient pasta dish in a fancy parfait.
Talk about fast food: Prepped breadsticks, mixed frozen veggies, rotisserie chicken, and DONE.
Sure, you could just boil pasta and add tomato sauce—or you could add a teeny bit more effort and have a full-on fiesta.
So simple to make, a double-batch takes no extra time at all—and might be a good idea, considering they are OMG good.
A little kitchen pro tip: A ready-made snack becomes a satisfying meal when you make a little homemade dip to round out the flavor.
Deep, thick and chewy: if this is your kind of pizza, you can have complete satisfaction in a half-hour. Face it, that’s faster than delivery. Sorry, pizza guys. Maybe tomorrow.
Know how you add a little spice to jar tomato sauce to personalize it? Same approach here, with a squeeze of fresh lime and a hit of sriracha turning canned chili into a restaurant-worthy bowl of awesome.
What is it about mini foods that turn meals into big fun? Flaky crust from pressed biscuit dough, classic pizza toppings: Nothing but good times ahead, just a half-hour away.
This’ll totally float your boat: no-spillover tacos with just the right spice mixed right in. Delicious is on the menu, people!