With the school year in full gear and a schedule packed with activities, the last thing you want to do is try to whip up some elaborate meal. Chef Addie Gundry is here to help with a collection of dinner recipes that all use fewer than five ingredients. These recipes are perfect to bring out when you need something fast and simple. Our casserole recipe uses a shortcut—tortellini—to work in plenty of flavors without buying anything extra. And if you’re looking for a fun dinner party trick, your guests will never guess that the secret ingredient to juicy ribs is root beer. If you’re looking for a kid-friendly dish, try out the beef enchiladas or cheesy gnocchi. They’re hearty and filling and full of crowd-pleasing flavors that won’t put the kiddos off. If, however, you’re looking for something a little more sophisticated, the Tuscan fish is the way to go. Serve alongside a glass of wine for a romantic and relaxing evening. Just because dinner is homemade, it doesn’t need to be complicated or pricey with fun, classic dishes like these.