21 Incredible Dishes You Can Make in One Skillet
HONEY GARLIC SHRIMP
This sweet and savory dish is low in ingredients and high in bold flavors: a true win-win. Get the recipe HERE.
BACON AND MUSHROOM FRITTATA
Frittatas are basically the lazy man's omelette, and they're just as good (if not better). Once you know the technique, you can add whatever ingredients your heart desires – this one has bacon, mushrooms, spinach and feta. Get the recipe HERE.
CHORIZO QUESO FUNDIDO
How can you go wrong with melty cheese packed with sausage and peppers? Tequila is listed as an optional ingredient, but we say it should probably be mandatory. Get the recipe HERE.
Lasagna may seem like an all-day daunting task but not with this method. Simply cook the noodles and the sauce together in the skillet, then top with meat and cheese and bake. Get the recipe HERE.
Yes, you can even bake a loaf of bread in your skillet – no kneading necessary. Just mix your (four-ingredient) dough together, let it rise, then transfer to the skillet and bake. Get the recipe HERE.
Classic buttermilk cornbread gets a seasonal spin with pumpkin purée and warm spices like cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves. Get the recipe HERE.
This classic Italian dish gets its richness from butter and its brightness from lemon juice, capers and fresh parsley. Get the recipe HERE.
LEMON-GARLIC ROAST CHICKEN
Roasting a whole chicken is a necessary skill for any cook to master, and doing it all in a skillet means you don't have to fuss with a rack or a roasting pan. Get the recipe HERE.
Host a fiesta night with these fajitas spiced with cumin, oregano, chili powder and garlic. Get the recipe HERE.
These turkey meatballs are packed with Worcestershire, garlic, basil and oregano. The real kicker, though? The gooey mozzarella surprise in the middle. Get the recipe HERE.
MAC AND CHEESE
Who knew you could cook your pasta directly in the cheese sauce? Brilliant! Top it off with a crispy parmesan breadcrumb topping and you will be a hero. Get the recipe HERE.
The perfect easy side dish or vegetarian main, this simple sauté cooks up in less than 10 minutes. Get the recipe HERE.
DOUBLE BERRY PUFFED PANCAKE
Blending the batter before putting it in the skillet gives the pancake a light, airy texture that’s the perfect bed for fresh berries. Get the recipe HERE.
CHOCOLATE PECAN PIE
This might look like your typical pie crust, but it's actually an oatmeal peanut butter cookie crust. Combine that with a chocolate caramel pecan filling and you've got some serious decadence. Get the recipe HERE.
Possibly the easiest dessert ever. Just layer marshmallows on top of chocolate chips, bake until toasty and use graham crackers for dipping. Get the recipe HERE.
Spoon, meet skillet. Get the recipe HERE.
CINNAMON APPLE CAKE
Kind of mesmerizing, huh? The buttery brown sugar cake batter gets poured right into the skillet, then place apples in concentric circles to make it real pretty. Get the recipe HERE.
SALTED CARAMEL CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE
What's better than a batch of chocolate chip cookies? ONE GIANT CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE! Get the recipe HERE.
MAPLE SYRUP PUDDING CAKE
This is what we call "simple decadence." You probably have all these ingredients on hand already, you just never knew they could come together this beautifully. Get the recipe HERE.