A mix of citrus, the tang of cranberry, and hint of tart lemon, this lively will bring the brightness to any winter gathering or occasion.
Biscotti – the cookie that feels so wrong as you make it: it goes against every typical cookie recipe, because you bake it, slice it and then bake it again, to the point where it’s a cookie rock. But that’s what coffee is for. To tenderize that cookie rock so that you can savor the sweet delicate flavor of it.
This Sicilian mozzarella and ricotta tart is a super simple, but delicious, brunch dish.
With sweet, creamy cheese this baked macaroni is spiked with a spicy buffalo hot sauce for true fall comfort food.
Spruce up your leftover turkey or ham with buttery, rich Aged Havarti cheese.
Good things come to those who wait. Good things like cinnamon rolls studded with rum-soaked raisins.
It’s a gooey in the center, crusted on top cookie in a flaky pie crust. What more could anyone want? Grab a glass of milk and get baking.
The juicy tomatoes nestled with fresh mozzarella, glazed with a wine reduction sauce and pungent basil is a perfect appetizer between summer and fall.
This isn’t regular mustard. Tangy with herbs, it is perfect for hot dogs or a sophisticated meal. Bring to the next barbecue as a gourmet gift for your host.
Curb your cravings with these baked sour cream doughnuts.
Don’t skimp on the quality of bourbon, the alcohol cooks out and you want to be left with a rich, buttery flavor.
Take individual lasagne noodles and roll them around a four-cheese and spinach filling for a warm and gooey dinner.
Whip up a big batch of these super simple muffins and have a sweet breakfast to go all week long.
A little food coloring is all it takes to make these cheesecake brownies Halloween-ready.
This recipe is ready in under half an hour so you can enjoy fresh baked biscuits mid-week.
These unfussy cupcakes are based on the black and white cookies that are a New York City classic.
This Danish dessert is a cross between pancakes and donut holes that are baked in a special pan and doused with sweet glaze.
Everyone has their own trick for making the perfect chocolate chip cookie – instant pudding mix helps keep cookies moist and chewy with slightly crisp edge.
These doughnuts are baked, making them slightly healthier than the fried variety, but just as tasty.
This spinach and cheese casserole showcases the creaminess of the Weissbier cheese while a crunchy breadcrumb topping adds texture.
You can make these by cutting out rounds of pie crust with a cookie cutter, and placing them into a muffin tin.
These are baked cake doughnuts, so they are sort of better for you than the deep fried variety.
This tart is a dreamy combination of savory cheeses, milk, eggs, onions, bacon and cheddar. The perfect breakfast/brunch dish.
Since it’s graduation times, consider making these awesome graduation cupcakes, courtesy of Michelle Keith.
This French toast eases right in to summertime.
Enjoy a wonderful glazed doughnut pancakes recipe, courtesy of Michelle Keith.
Beautiful lemony cakes with a creamy fluffy filling.
Enjoy this deliciously simple guacamole recipe from Michelle Keith.
Now, these aren’t perfect macarons. They needed to be folded a little bit more, because they are sitting too high, they need smoother tops.
What it is, basically… is chunks of white meat chicken, with crushed potato chips and cheese.
Michelle Keith gives us a great recipe on some Valentine’s Day themed tea cakes.
Arepas are made of ground corn dough or cooked flour, and they are delicious.
A moist, cake like bread flavored with almond and studded with cherries.