Take your next batch of creamy macaroni and cheese up a notch by tossing it in a homemade beer cheese.
For your next party or game day, whip up a pan of these glorious cheesesteak sliders. They’re greasy, cheesy, good.
Let your slow cooker do most of the work for you when it comes to this slow cooker French onion soup. At the end, top it off with bread and cheese for a good broil and you are ready to eat.
Take BBQ rib season right into fall with theses slow cooked oven BBQ bourbon ribs slathered in a sweet and savory honey sauce.
In muffin or loaf form, this zucchini banana bread is our go-to recipe when our garden in overflowing with zucchini and there are brown bananas on the counter. It’s the perfect sweet, soft treat.
These chocolate-loaded Mississippi Mud Brownies have a brownie base that is topped with peanut butter, marshmallows, pecans, and a light chocolate frosting. Just like the pie!
This falafel bowl is loaded with quinoa, tomatoes, cucumbers, homemade tzatziki, and hummus to be a beautiful and filling vegetarian delight.
Ditch the packaged stuff and recreate your own homemade pop tarts. This version is better than the original and stuffed with cherry preserves made with simple ingredeints.
Made with whole wheat flour, maple syrup, bananas, and oats, these pancakes are healthful and easy to make in a big batch, cook and freeze until a busy morning when they are sure to bring a smile to everyone’s faces.
Buffalo Turkey Stuffed Zucchini Boats. They are exactly where eating more vegetables meets my craving for comfort food.
Did you recently go apple picking? Do you have a hefty harvest of fall apples in your kitchen? Easily make a batch of these caramel apple tea scones with the seasonal produce.
Savor all the fall produce with these healthy and nourishing Autumn Bowls with a Maple Almond Dressing!
Whip up this peanut butter cup chia pudding for breakfast or dessert and satisfy all your cravings while getting some nutrients too.
If you have leftover steak from your last barbecue, this steak sandwich with caramelized onions and a creamy horseradish sauce is the perfect way to enjoy the beef.
Make a soft white funfetti cake complete with celebratory sprinkles that is way better than the box version.
Made without a drop of cream, this rich potato leek soup is surprisingly smooth, silky and a warm delight.
Coconut curry and pumpkin make this pot pie recipe extra comforting and delicious.
Chewy pumpkin bars are loaded with chocolate and oats for a sweet dessert that is actually quite filling and loaded with fiber from flaxseed.
Filled with healthful oats, whole wheat flour, peanut and honey, this granola forms into perfect crunchy chunks that tastes like a peanut butter cookie. Serve at breakfast with Greek yogurt for a sweet start to the day.
Rich, sweet, and totally addictive with a glass of milk or scoop of ice cream, these caramel butterscotch bars with brown butter are a fun dessert to satisfy your cravings.
Smoky Harissa chile paste gives these chicken skewers a delicious kick on the barbecue before being cooled down with a creamy herb-yogurt dipping sauce.
Ditch the boxed macaroni and cheese and make this roasted tomato, basil, and goat cheese pasta topped with balsamic for a weeknight dinner rescue.
Try a flexible salad to incorporate grains and a plethora of spring produce and then top it off with a simple, but super delicious lemon dill dressing.
Jazz up your white chocolate cookies with tropical-tasting coconut. They are thick, chewy, and absolutely stuffed with white chocolate, nuts, and coconut.
A perfect breakfast or brunch to make ahead with leftover veggies, old bread, and delightful dill cheese and eggs. Wake up and throw it in the oven.
Chicken wings get a Thai spin with a sweet and spicy sticky sauce. Bake them before adding the sauce for a crispy texture.
A wild rice medley with sautéed cranberries, roasted squash and rosemary tossed with maple vinaigrette. Prepare ahead for less stress during the holidays.
Mushrooms sautéed in butter, garlic, and sherry wine with Castello Aged Havarti Cheese in one delicious puff pastry flatbread.
Fall flavors were meant to be pizza toppings. Broiled eggplant, roasted butternut, and crispy baked kale give this rich pie some beautiful warm flavors.
Soft and perfectly spiced with brown butter, this classic pumpkin bread takes things to the next level. Try the same batter in a muffin pan, too.
Adding salted caramel to apple crisp makes for a rich dessert. If you’re looking for an apple recipe with vanilla ice cream to impress – this is it.
Take a caramel apple, bake it into a blondie, and add chocolate. Kick off fall with a touch of cinnamon and these sweet treats.
Cream chowders are delicious, but sometimes summer calls for a more refreshing option. Use cauliflower to thicken a cream-less soup and get great flavor.
Never has eating vegetables for breakfast tasted so good. With honey and cinnamon, this sweet, baked oatmeal is the perfect way to enjoy your morning oats.
With just a few ingredients, a flavorful, fresh salmon salad can come together. Prepare everything but the salmon ahead of time for a quick weeknight meal.
Who said soup was only for dinner? This peach bowl is great for breakfast or a midday snack.
With a touch of honey, a handful of toasted almonds, and bursting with blueberry flavor, these bars are a perfect grab and go breakfast.
Not all veggie burgers are grill-able, but this one is. Chickpeas are the base and amped in flavor from roasted peppers and caramelized onions.
Mixed with graham cracker crumbs and layered with chocolate and burnt marshmallows, these brown butter treats are a sure sign of summer.
Quick and easy puff pastry tarts filled with almond cream cheese filling and topped with fresh berries and almonds.
The combination of lemon and garlic shrimp pairs perfectly with crisp blanco Rioja wine. Be sure to have bread on hand to devour the sauce left in the pan.
Arepas are fun. Not to mention, the smoky pork with the spicy and sour onions, herb-filled chimichurri, and cornmeal arepas are simply delicious.
Strong coffee flavor and coconut extract make this ice cream bold and rich. Add chocolate chunks or flakes for a sweet addition.
For a successful dinner on the patio, all you need is grilled summer vegetables, toasted bread, and tangy lemon-basil ricotta.
Made with coconut milk, this marinade leaves the chicken so moist and flavorful. Make extra marinade serve as a sweet and spicy sauce.
The combination may sound strange, but trust us, it works. A light vinaigrette and goat cheese brings this delicious, utensil-free salad together.
An outside crust with soft insides, these lemon and blueberry scones are a perfect match for cinnamon crumble. Grab butter, jam, and tea and start relaxing.
Use up odd leftovers with an easy hash complete with a runny egg. Top with grated cheese and hot sauce for a filling breakfast or a quick dinner.
Crispy tofu sits atop rice noodles that are perfect for soaking up sauces. The flavorful sauce, spicy hoisin, is brightened with cilantro and broccoli and brings the dish together.
Roasting strawberries creates a magical fruit flavor. The intensified strawberry layered with a lemon angel food cake make for a rich trifle that’s perfect for individual servings.
Fresh parsley pesto and feta make for an easy pasta dinner. With chicken sausage or chickpeas, this meal is sure to satisfy hunger.
A tender lemon flavored coffee cake, speckled with blueberries and drizzled with a lemon glaze. Perfect for breakfast, brunch, or dessert.
Carrot bars made healthy with whole wheat flour, applesauce, coconut oil, and Greek yogurt in the frosting.
Crispy brussels sprouts with almonds and a sweet and spicy glaze. Top with fresh cilantro and you have a superb side dish on your hands.
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The peanut sauce makes this quinoa flavorful with its mixture of sweet and spicy. Loaded with vegetables, this salad is filling and a great lunch option to take to work.
Roasted olives are perfect as an appetizer or a pre-dinner snack. The citrus and rosemary subtly complement the olives’ flavor perfectly.
This roasted carrot side dish is perfect for an easy weeknight meal but also elegant enough for a dinner party. The honey caramelizes during the roasting process and gives the carrots a bit of sweetness to balance out the kosher salt.
Brussels sprouts are often roasted with deep, smoky flavors for the holidays but this recipe has them pan-seared and paired with bright flavors like tart cranberries.
From the cream sauce to the fresh green beans and right down to the homemade fried onions, this Thanksgiving staple gets a culinary update.