Put down the box. Making pudding from scratch is easier than you think, and this homemade butterscotch pudding is a creamy favorite.
Keep your holiday meal simple and stress-free. Roast this easy cider pork, serve with a vegetable, some rolls and a bottle of wine and you’re set.
Revamp your holiday brunch by serving egg Benedict with smoked duck, buckwheat blini with luxurious foie gras and a delicious brunch charcuterie board.
No scooping required, these brown butter cookie bars are loaded with dark chocolate chunks to make an insanely delicious dessert combo.
With out or without chocolate chips, these zucchini pancakes are a favorite breakfast recipe you will love too.
Whether it is your birthday or not, this easy funfetti loaf cake is loaded with sprinkles and perfect for any celebration or gathering.
Your next free morning, linger over these sweet cornmeal waffles made with buttermilk.
Topped with asparagus pesto, peas and creamy burrata cheese, this pizza is a spring delight.
These buckwheat crepes are packed with flavor and filled with a beautiful combination of creamy brie, spicy jalapeño and sweet raspberry preserves.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and these red velvet crinkle cookies are the perfect way to celebrate.
Take the stress out of holiday entertaining with this easy crab dip and wonton chips, and appetizer that it sure to be a hit with all your guests.
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If you’re looking for a hearty, creamy side dish that is perfect for a cold day and can be made with little effort, then look no further than this comforting potatoes raclette.
Swap out a usual pie crust of a French silk with a layer of brownies and you have a brownie bottom chocolate pie, a chocolate lover’s dream.
When it is too hot to cook, grill an entire meal outdoors, event the sides. Check out this recipe for spiced grilled hasselback potatoes.
When you have a bounty of spring jam, make donuts and fill them with a sweet taste of the season. Check out the recipe for strawberry rhubarb donuts.
Loaded with chocolate, cheese, and wine, create a beautiful cheese board with homemade flatbread crackers.
Soft, slightly sweet homemade Hawaiian bread is a treat to eat, perfect for sandwiches or toast, and so easy to make in your own oven.
Create an easy potato dish that is worth making again and again. Loaded with cheese, bacon, and vegetables, this potato casserole can challenge mashed potatoes.
Make a simply beautiful holiday appetizer of baked brie wrapped in pastry and topped in a spicy blueberry sauce.
Soft, chewy chocolate chip cookies put on their fall flavors with the addition of cinnamon and the iconic pumpkin.
Small bites paired with wine is perfect for a party. Skip a big meal and serve manchego, marinated olives, spicy chorizo, and patatas bravas with Garnacha.
A quick chocolate loaf cake is doused in chocolate glaze for a glistening, delicious finished with crushed malted milk candies.
Plagued with a bunch of overripe bananas? Make this double chocolate banana bread with melty chocolate chunks.
Soft, melting blue brie cheese is simply served with reduced balsamic and strawberries for a perfect summer crostini.
This whole wheat loaf topped with a variety of seeds is perfect for sandwiches or toasted with jam in the morning.
Perfect for snacking, these spicy baked sweet potato wedges are cooled off with a creamy avocado and Greek yogurt dip.
An asparagus frittata with aged Havarti is great for an easy weeknight supper, but special enough for your Easter brunch.
Why have a waffle drizzled with syrup and a slice of bacon on the side when you can have a salty and sweet waffle batter all in one?
There is always leftover pot roast from dinner. Have no fear, with this ragù recipe it will be just as delicious on day two.
Perfect for holiday sweet tooth’s that aren’t into pie, this no-bake dessert is super rich and can be topped off with pomegranate seeds.
Risotto a lot of stirring and absolutely no rushing. Enjoy this slow, warm dish with nutty brown butter, your favorite winter squash, and a touch of sage.
Learn how to make a version that is better than the box, and perfect for mornings when only something sweet will do.