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Cooking dinner at home is awesome in theory. (You’re so healthy! You’re saving so much money!) And then you think about all the ingredients you’ll need to buy. And the chopping. And the dishes. And then takeout suddenly seems like a way better idea. Wait—before you pick up the phone, check out these quick-and-easy dinner recipes that use jarred tomato sauce as a shortcut. You’ve got this.
Low-carb and gluten-free but still totally decadent.
Bookmark this one for a rainy night.
Hearty, saucy and ridiculously easy.
Psst: It’s ready in under an hour.
Who says pumpkin and cherry get to have all the fun?
In a word, yum.
It practically makes itself.
Go ahead, have seconds. (And thirds.)
Two of our favorites in one? Be still our hearts.
Cornbread optional (but strongly encouraged).
A new take on an old favorite.
This vegetarian main is secretly packed with protein.
In this household, there’s a three-slice minimum.
Peppers > plates.
The most amazing invention of all time (sorry, electricity).
Put this one-pan wonder in your weekly rotation.
Like pasta, but more delicious.
These little guys are the cutest.
On the table in just 30 minutes.
The cheesier, the better.
Are dishes your nemesis? Try this.
A little messy, but definitely worth it.
Better than the canned stuff.
Extra cheese, please.
Major flavor, little work.
You had us at six ingredients.
This one speaks for itself.
The pasta dish of our dreams.
An ideal (and easy) way to eat your veggies.
No meat, no cheese, no problem.
This would make any Italian grandma proud.
You’ll never go back to regular noodles.
Start your timer for 35 minutes.
No trip to Chicago—or oven—required.
Go ahead, indulge your inner child.
The secret? Store-bought focaccia.
This one practically cooks itself.
It’s a weeknight classic for good reason.
Proof that pantry meals can be healthy too.
Lentils make a mean substitute for ground beef.
Don’t save this one just for fall.
When messy deep frying isn’t in the cards.
It’s only five ingredients (and two are canned).
Enchilada sauce adds a hint of spice.
Canned beans make it even faster.
Hello, lazy weeknight dinner.
You must be a fancy chef or something.
File this one under “crowd pleaser.”
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