This might just be our favorite summer appetizer. Gather your tomatoes, olives and red onion and throw it in a foil packet in the oven with a block of feta. Enjoy the cheese warm for a delightful bite.
A traditional Sicilian dish reinvented to be vegetarian and include seasonal produce.
If you’re hosting a party this winter season, then you have to make this pomegranate baked brie with cranberries. It is perfect served warm with crackers, sliced pears, apples or crostini.
The secret to a perfect winter cheese board? Something warm! Check out this spread made complete with a warm, baked brie with pomegranate.
Stun your guests with beautiful baked sea bass and a sweet chocolate panforte.
This is a gluten-free, breaded and baked cod recipe that will have everyone, including little ones, eating fish.
These donuts take on the flavors and colors of festive funfetti cake, but they are so much better because they are homemade, cakey, sweet, and even paleo. Dive into these glazed confections.
Homemade Ricotta Gnocchi is ready to eat in 30 mins, making for a quick, filling and most importantly, delicious meal!
This is an easy recipe with minimum ingredients and served with dipping sauce and salad it’s a super simple dinner fix.
A favorite Italian summer ingredient, eggplant can be baked and served on its own or in a sandwich with fresh tomatoes and basil.
For delicious creamy flavor, this Russian milk is baked until it has a caramel color and thicker consistency. A great dessert drink.
The perfect partner to an antipasto plate, Baked Thyme and Lemon Ricotta elevates cheese to the next level. Smokey and creamy, while still zesty and fresh.
Baked beans made with bacon and red wine are the ultimate summer side dish that your barbecued foods were asking for.
Full-fat ricotta is browned with breadcrumbs and baked with peas, lemon, sage, garlic, and onions. Take a whiff and then dig in!
In less than an hour you could be biting into tender baked chicken thighs doused in a flavorful honey garlic sauce.
Dive into these cake donuts soaked in tres leche milks and glazed in a dulce de leche topping.
A simple appetizer to make, wrap Brie or Alpino cheese in Parma ham and bake. Grab ciabatta or apple slices and get ready to scoop of the warm cheese.
This recipe adds a healthy twist to an Italian staple, by using gluten-free oats instead of breadcrumbs. The result is just as flavorful as the original.
Use your favorite pizza dough recipe to make perfectly chewy, soft pretzels dunked into a tangy beer cheese.
Caponata is a triumph of taste with veggies as a key ingredient. The Sicilian dish with a unique sweet-sour flavor is perfect to fill a panini.
Smoky cumin and garlic seasoned baked beet chips are accompanied by a lemon labneh dip for a refreshing snack that will cure your cravings without weighing you down.
Ideal with a smoked sage salt or a garlic aioli, these polenta sticks are wonderfully…
A dim sum favorite. Simple to make and better for you when baked to golden brown perfection. They’re crispy and shrimpy – just the way they should be!
How could anything replace the deliciousness of a fried donut? While it make not be an exact replica, we have fallen in love with the ease of a sweet, baked ring. Here are our favorites!
An easy and addictive appetizer, try making crispy, breaded ravioli easily baked in the oven.
Take your traditional baked potato and make it into a hearty soup loaded with delicious toppings for a nutritious plant-based meal.
Drizzled with a garlic and parsley pesto, these baked sweet potato fries are a delicious winter snack packed with nutrients.
Do surf ‘n turf, potato-style, with flavorful andouille sausage and cajun shrimp. Filled with the flavors of New Orleans, these cheesy, spiced potatoes are delicious pleasers.
Without standing over the stove, make creamy risotto that will melt in your mouth with sweet and salty butternut squash and pancetta flavors.
Revisit the classic baked potato and load it up with Greek yogurt and vegetables like kale and brussels sprouts.
We’ve searched through hundreds of recipes and selected 10 sensible snacks. Whether you’re a chocolate lover, a savory nibbler, or the first person to devour a dessert, these snacks will satisfy your cravings.
Easily baked in the oven, these shredded potato pancakes make an elegant bite, but are light and refreshing with smoked salmon and Greek yogurt.
Make an elegant salad of shredded brussels sprouts topped with heavenly crispy goat cheese and tossed with a tangy and sweet honey-balsamic vinaigrette.
Balsamic, pomegranate molasses, and honey make for the perfect chicken glaze. Simply bake and serve with pomegranate seeds and mint.
Twice baked cheddar and sage potatoes are smooth, creamy, and an easy recipe that is a unique twist on classic mashed potatoes. Plus, they are perfect winter comfort food.
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.
With all your favorite baked potato toppings, this loaded potato quiche baked in a simple puff pastry crust with bacon and cheese. Perfect for a busy holiday brunch.
Filled with mushroom, kale, herbs, and topped with cheese, these baked spaghetti squash bowls are the perfect excuse to switch up your weeknight routine.
Serve a new mashed potato dish this year. Twice baked yukon gold mashed potatoes with rosemary and cheese are creamy, delicious and sure to be a hit.
Make a heartwarming holiday meal of braised short rib sauce over pasta and a sweet finish of chocolate and hazelnut Baci filled and baked apples.
Crispy on the outside and soft and flavorful on the inside, take your hassleback potatoes to the next level with sweet garlic confit.
Say hello to a perfect party recipe. Baked brie is served with a blueberry balsamic that wakes up your taste buds with sweet, savory and tangy flavors.
A fun holiday side or even better next to leftover turkey, these BBQ-inspired baked beans with blueberries are easy to make and taste light and fresh.
Made with the spicy and sweet Korean gochujang chili paste, these baked wings are an easy crowd pleaser.
It’s too cold to grill, so bake your ribs until sinfully tender with a blueberry barbecue sauce. It’s tangy, sweet, smoky, and totally finger-lickin’ good.
Make a simply beautiful holiday appetizer of baked brie wrapped in pastry and topped in a spicy blueberry sauce.
Fall apples are dusted with cinnamon sugar, cored, filled with caramel, and wrapped in buttery puff pastry. Serve with ice cream for a simply stunning dessert.
A perfect rendition of fall flavors, these baked donuts are a sweet, spiced treat you have to make now.
With sweet, creamy cheese this baked macaroni is spiked with a spicy buffalo hot sauce for true fall comfort food.
Baked potato wedges and a vegetarian quinoa chili combine for a hearty fall meal that can be enjoyed without feeling greasy after.
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.
Light, crispy, and so easy to make, these baked beet chips will turn you into a beet lover if you aren’t already.
Sweet summer tomatoes are filled with herbed and spiced quinoa and baked with parmesan cheese for a delightful and filling side dish.
Coated in corn flakes and baked until crispy, this easy version of the take-out classic is then tossed in a not-too-sweet sauce with red chilies.
Leftover beef doused in barbecue sauce is perfect comfort food when nestled inside of a baked potato and topped with sour cream and tomatillo jam.
Made with a blend of gluten-free flours, baked blueberry donuts with cinnamon are beautifully dressed up with glaze and blueberry “sprinkles”.
Crispy churros are baked in cinnamon sugar and filled with creamy, cool dulce de leche ice cream for a awesome seasonal treat.
Full of melty cheese and packed with flavor, these baked mozzarella cheese sticks are less greasy than the fried version, but still satisfy your cravings.
Without being weighed down with a heavy, oily pastry, try these baked donuts inspired by fried churros and sprinkled with cinnamon-sugar.
Baked oatmeal can be assembled the night before and put in the oven in the morning. It’s topped with a coconut crumble, perfect for brunch or dessert.