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Some nights, you want to spend three hours cooking dinner from scratch. But on a busy weeknight? Yeah, not happening. So we have the perfect solution: one-pot pasta recipes. You basically throw everything together into the same pot and boil. Prego—dinner’s ready in no time, and you don’t have to deal with a zillion dirty dishes.
Don’t worry: You already have most of this stuff in your pantry.
The meatballs are made in the same pot as the pasta. Bye, dirty dishes.
The pasta’s starch naturally creates a creamy sauce. So creamy, in fact, that skim milk won't water it down at all.
A timeless classic that's always good to have in your back pocket. It'll be ready in an hour.
Half pasta, half veggies and topped with creamy almond milk sauce.
Get all the cheesy goodness you're craving in just 35 minutes, no layering required.
Full of good-for-you veggies and fresh herbs.
Peas + marinated artichoke hearts + pecorino + mint = heaven.
Cut your time in half by boiling the pasta in milk. Brilliant.
It takes just five minutes to prep.
Ready in just 30 minutes. Can we get a “hallelujah”?
Just think of this as a creamy alfredo, minus the heavy cream and cream cheese.
The sauce and pasta cook together in the same pot. We'll see you in 20.
Eight ingredients. One hour. Lots of dino kale and Italian sausage.
You'll be the star of the barbecue when you set this on the patio table.
Your favorite soup in rigatoni form, complete with heavy cream and Gruyère.
Forget burying ricotta under layers of pasta. We'll take a big dollop right on top.
A carb, veggie and protein, all cooked together in 30. Ta-da.
In case you needed an excuse to show off your farmers market haul.
A lemony gem with allllll the mascarpone and Pecorino. Our forks are ready.
Pasta without waiting for water to boil? We're there.
Hello, spring. We'll meet you on the deck with a bottle of pinot grigio.
It's vegetarian, but you could substitute chickpeas for chicken or salmon.
A cheesy casserole in just 30 minutes? The secret is frozen chicken fingers.
You can thank plain yogurt and lemon juice for the creamy sauce.
The pasta cooks right in the broth, so you'll be at the table in 30 minutes or less.
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