This quick version of stuffed peppers will leave everyone satisfied. You can even use leftover rice to make the process that much faster.
Taco toppings like cheese, avocado and sour cream pair well with this simple taco soup. Bonus: It’s freezer friendly.
You can choose which cream soup you use is this cheesy casserole. The crisp potato border really sets this dish apart.
These spicy burritos are coated in green enchilada sauce and salsa verde. You can add leftover veggies into the filling to boost the nutrition.
You don’t even need to precook the macaroni in this one-skillet recipe. It’s easily customizable depending on what veggies, beans and spices you have on hand.
A cross between tamales and chilaquiles, the results are fantastic. Some reviewers have even used wontons for the topping.
These bite-size meat loaves are topped with cheese and pizza sauce. They can also be made in mini muffin cups to serve at a party. Just watch the oven!
This ground beef meal is kid-friendly and easily stored for leftovers. To keep with the cheeseburger theme, you can drizzle mustard on top for a little extra tang.
The cream of onion soup sets the flavor in this lasagna apart from the rest. The end result resembles a Chicago deep-dish pizza!
Like a mini pizza, these burger bites rely on buttermilk biscuits as the “bun.” Choose your own garnishes and dip for this kid-friendly meal.
This recipe allows you to get creative with the sauce. It can be homemade with various veggies, or from a jar. (These jarred pasta sauces are our favorites.)
Nothing goes better with a cheeseburger than fries. With just four ingredients, this is great for a cookout or a laid-back day with the family.
This light version of a Stroganoff doesn’t miss out on any of the flavor. Add a little more Worcestershire if you want an extra boost.
You can double this recipe and freeze one for a heat-and-serve dinner later on. Add your favorite pizza toppings to really make this your own.
Take sloppy joes to the next level with this six-ingredient pizza—because if a sloppy joe is missing anything, it’s a lot of cheese.
This is a dinner that will make your kids excited to eat broccoli. These ground beef-stuffed sandwiches are as fun to look at as they are to eat.
This beef and veggie pasta is the total package. It will definitely make its way into your dinner rotation, with new variations every time!
You can make these in advance and keep them in the refrigerator until you’re ready to have dinner. The pimientos and green chiles give these a much-needed kick.
This one-dish casserole can be made with whatever you have on hand. What sets this apart is not the vegetables but the beef and cheese.
In a world of new pizza combinations what’s one more? With pickle juice and mayo drizzle, this pizza will be a delightful surprise to all who eat it.
You might know Ragu as the jarred sauce, but did you know that it’s an Italian meat sauce? This vegetable ragu includes peas and kale.
Traditionally an Eastern European dish, this goulash is seasoned with cumin and green chiles for a Southwestern influence. The flavors are strong and the meal is filling.
These adorable meat loaf minis are made in a muffin tin. You can add a cup of salsa or some chili powder for more spice.
This beefy casserole will easily become a dinner staple in your home. No sides necessary, this dish acts on its own.
This recipe is like a deconstructed beef fajita that’s great for leftovers. Plus, it comes together in just 30 minutes.
With ground beef, olives, onions and tomatoes, this pizza is textured and tasty. But the refried beans are the true star of the show.
All the flavors of lasagna come together in this comforting soup. Cook the noodles separately so they don’t get soggy.
Serve this colorful dish with soy sauce and a side of pineapple slices. You’ll find yourself coming back to this recipe on grocery day.
These loaded burgers are cheesy and rich. The cream cheese filling is a nice change of pace from your usual burgers.
Wow your family with this recipe that’s perfect for pasta night. With cream of mushroom soup, ground beef and rigatoni, the ingredients may not all look like they belong on pizza, but the pasta tastes exactly like a supreme pie!
This version of Korean bulgogi is sweet and light. It can be made with ingredients you probably have on hand.
This quick version of a shepherd’s pie is made easier with instant mashed potatoes. The kick comes from taco-seasoned ground beef.
Mac and cheese heals your inner child. And this ramped-up take on the childhood meal will have you finishing the pot.
You’ve never had gnocchi like this before. It’ll remind you of a bacon cheeseburger, and you can top it like one, too.
These quick “snappy” joes are unforgettable. If you have extra filling, you can throw it over noodles for a mac dish like no other.
Potatoes, mushrooms and ground beef make this the most relaxing dinner. The french-fried onions add a crisp to this otherwise smooth meal.
If you’re ever torn between fajitas and burgers, this is the dinner for you. The crispy shell plus the fajita seasoning in the ground beef really elevate this dish.
These pepperoni and ground beef wraps will make you and your kids happy. Skip out on ordering a pizza and make these ASAP!
From Cajun mac and cheese to chili mac and cheese, there’s not much you can add to mac and cheese that won’t make it taste amazing. This ground beef meal is satisfying and good for the whole family.
You can use this picadillo filling in tacos, or just eat it as is. The pimento-stuffed olives and raisins add nice textures to the dish.
What more can you ask for from this spicy, salty, cheesy dinner? This Frito pie is ready in just 30 minutes.
This dish is a great way to introduce zucchini into your diet. With mild but strong flavors, the spaghetti is just spicy enough.
Just like sloppy joes, these sandwiches are a hit at parties. You can even freeze the filling for later if you want to stash some away.
This weeknight dinner is comforting and packed with all the ingredients you love. Pasta, ground beef, spinach and tomato work to put this soup in such high demand.
If you’re interested in breakfast for dinner, this is the meal for you. The hash browns combined with french-fried onions are a flavor experience you won’t want to miss out on.
Looks can be deceiving, especially when it comes to food. This zucchini lasagna tastes just like the real thing, but with much more nutritional value.