From super easy one-pot pasta dishes to one-pot chicken meal, these fuss-free one-pot recipes are satisfying, delicious and fit for the whole family. The best part? You’ll only have to wash one pan!
Easy Chicken Adobo
An amazingly flavourful prep-ahead meal, you’ll love this one-pot dish. Prep the ingredients the night before and pop in the oven for a delicious dinner in a flash.
One-Pot Bucatini Bolognese
Clocking in at just under an hour, this sped-up version of an Italian favourite still satisfies, but on a faster timeline. Cooking the bucatini in the sauce as it simmers means it soaks up all the fresh flavours, leaving you with a full belly, and next to no dishes.
One-Pot Spaghetti With Fresh Tomato Sauce
This one-pot dish is a real weeknight winner. Just pick up some fresh tomatoes, basil, dried pasta and sharp Parmesan — and 20 minutes later you’ll have a no-fuss dinner on the table.
Ina Garten's Broccoli with Bow Ties and Peas
One-pot pasta has been popular with home cooks for years as it’s quick, healthy, and can turn any season’s produce into a show-stopping masterpiece. Get your spring greens in with verdant broccoli and sweet, tender peas.
The Pioneer Woman's Skillet Chicken Lasagna
Ree Drummond serves up this one-pot meal that’s easy to make and even easier to clean up, full of robust flavours. Try it and you may never go back to traditional baked lasagna again.
One-Pot Campfire Mac and Cheese
Your favourite comfort foods can be enjoyed anywhere you set up camp, thanks to this easy, one-pot recipe. If you’ve brought little campers along, try roasting hot dogs over the fire and add them to your creamy dish for a retro combo everyone will love.
One-Pot Penne alla Vodka
Vodka sauce is a family favourite, but you don’t need to dirty two pots to enjoy this classic dish. Cooking the pasta and sauce in one saves time and delivers double duty, as the pasta helps thicken your creamy tomato sauce. Just be sure to stick with penne to ensure you get the right consistency.
The Pioneer Woman's Spicy Pop Pulled Pork
The secret ingredient in Ree Drummond’s pulled pork is Dr. Pepper, which melds beautifully with the smokiness of chipotle peppers in adobo sauce. If you’re not in the mood for a sandwich, use it to top nachos or a pizza.