If you love crispy French fries with dip, you will love these crispy halloumi fries served with a sour cream and sweet chili sauce.
This just might be the easiest cake ever. Just toss everything into a food processor, then pour into pans and bake. It’s soft, full of lemon flavor and sandwiches a sweet mascarpone cream.
This baked chicken spaghetti is such a simple concept. It really does feel like the ultimate comfort food – creamy, cheesy pasta with a few finely chopped veggies, just to balance out that carb overload a bit.
It’s all about easy recipes here, especially when it’s a recipe you can easily learn and memorize. This honey mustard chicken is a perfect candidate for that – only 3 main ingredients, plus a handful of (optional) added extras.
Make an on-the-go snack in just six ingredients and without turning on your oven. These hike-ready granola bars are sweet, salty, and loaded with peanut flavors.
When you’re having the kind of meal that is crying out for bread to go alongside it, why not make your own? This no-knead rosemary focaccia bread takes just one hour to make from start to finish.
A simple Sicilian pasta with tomatoes and eggplant is everything you need on a cold winter night.
Easily make the classic French ham and cheese sandwich for a crowd of brunch eaters with this croque monsieur breakfast casserole.
Smokey bacon and creamy avocado are nothing special on a spinach salad, but add a sweet and savory blueberry dressing and you’re in for a treat.
The salty cheese made exclusively in Cyprus is absolutely delicious when fried or grilled. This summer, thread it on skewers with chorizo, tomatoes, and drizzled with a honey-lime dressing.
Spring has sprung and crispy fritters with peas, crumbled feta, lemon zest and handfuls of fresh mint are in order.
These cakes are a cross between a classic gingerbread and a muffin. Top them with a glaze and they’re pretty much Christmassy-cake perfection.