If you love the perfectly crispy edges that come with thin, shoestring fries then this homemade recipe is for you.
This year, rather than purchase a container of store-bought onion dip with an endless list…
We’re banding together for a virtual progressive dinner. Our meal today is focused on Middle Eastern fare, and I’ve baked up some Homemade Pita Bread for the table.
With bourbon or on its own, eggnog is a delicious treat to get everyone in the holiday spirit. Learn how to make your own, it really is best fresh.
This fizzy, fermented health beverage takes a serious investment of time, but is worth it in the end when you can say you made your own kombucha.
Elevate your vodka using this simple infusing process.
Create homemade pistachio ice cream made with high quality ingredients and no food colorings for a rich flavor and true green color.
Summer and s’mores go hand in hand. It makes sense then, that there is a whole day devoted to them. These fun ways to eat s’mores aren’t just the ordinary.
Made with whole ingredeints, these mouth-watering homemade Twix bars are even better than the real thing. Guaranteed.
Chocolate ice cream doesn’t get any better than when it’s perfected at home. This recipe has the very helpful assistance of an ice cream maker, which makes it even easier!
When life hands you ginger, make ginger ale.
Why buy ricotta cheese when you can make your own? Homemade ricotta is quite simple to execute and packs in tons of fresh flavor.
Easily make pizza on a flatbread crust with mozzarella, artichokes, and a special creamy ingredient you won’t be able to live without again.
Fresh strawberry puree and honey makes this refreshing drink sweet with a fizz from a probiotic kefir water. This is a soda anyone can feel good about.
Turn rich braised oxtail into light pillows of agnolotti, a type of pasta from the Piedmont region of Italy.
Easily make a creamy yogurt cheese that is perfect as an appetizer, snack, or salad topping.
If you’re a fan of the original, this bulletproof coffee might just rival it. Try it for a perfect afternoon pick-me-up.
Load up in nutritious probiotics by making delicious kimchi that is perfect with fried rice, ramen, noodles, to top burgers and so much more. It is easier to create than you think.
A flavorful dinner doesn’t have to be complicated or require tons of time. Here is a teriyaki salmon that can be made in moments.
Add more probiotics to your diet through fermented foods, starting with this easy, homemade sauerkraut.
Skip the packaged cookies because grain free, naturally sweetened and paleo fig newtons are so easy to make at home!
A delicious dessert liqueur you must try. This limoncello is sweet, tangy, and rich with flavor and smooth texture.
Smooth, creamy and rich, homemade pistachio butter will blow your mind and maybe even replace your love for chocolate-hazelnut butter.
A beautiful handmade beet pasta speaks for itself and only requires simple ingredients to be served alongside it.
In the spirit of snacking on the go, we’ve rounded up favorite granola bars to make on your own.
These yeasted donuts have just the right amount of springy, sweetness that you crave from a good donut. Make them for yourself at home.
Create a romantic cheese board with the perfect combination of cheeses, condiments, and even homemade, buttery crackers.
Learn the process to making perfectly chewy bagels by hand, in your own home.
Make a homemade mustard with dried apricots and serve with perfectly crispy fried chicken on a buttery biscuit.
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.
A smooth, savory hummus receives a creamy and slight sweet addition of sweet potatoes with beautiful color. Enjoy as an easy and nutritious snack.
As a perfect packed snack or to use up potatoes in your pantry, make your own potato chips without oil or a messy fryer.
Do you know the history of the famous Chantilly cream? Read on and learn how to easily make it for yourself.
Make your own restaurant-style egg drop soup in only fifteen minutes. That’s about as fast as take-out.
Perfect for an Italian Christmas feast, this festive pesto and potato gnocchi is the perfect dish to accompany the meal.
No need to search out a carnival, learn how to make a corn dog at home. Plus, two more versions made with bratwurst or for breakfast.
Better than takeout, this traditional beef chow mein recipe can be made with homemade egg noodles or simply served over the spaghetti you have on hand.
Before you give in to the mystery ingredients for the sake of convenience—take a look at these healthy twists on your favorite takeout staples.
Learning to make your own tofu is not only satisfying and exciting, but you also get fresh soy milk from the process.
There is nothing like homemade hummus. This lemon and avocado hummus with pepper takes just a few ingredients to make a gourmet dip served with fresh parmesan pita chips.
Smooth chicken liver paté can easily be made in your own kitchen for a fraction of the price and great mouthwatering flavor.
Feel like a kid again with homemade cinnamon toast crunch cereal, made without funky ingredients. The recipe calls for almond and coconut flours so your gluten-free breakfast eaters can dig in too.
Make your own taco seasoning to have on had for beautifully flavored tacos or fajitas. Our favorite ingredient may be the cinnamon or that we can adjust the heat to our liking.
Skip takeout and learn to make your own Chinese chow mein with shredded cabbage and spicy fermented bean sauce.
Easily make homemade baba ganoush eggplant dip beautifully spiced with cinnamon and cumin as an appetizer or sandwich spread.
Sweet and tangy, this grapefruit curd is delicious in a tart, between French macarons, or simply spread on toast for a bright bite.
This ketchup has more flavor and zest than anything you will find in the store. Use quality ingredients and even try fermenting it for more interesting flavor.
There’s nothing quite like creamy, light soft serve ice cream on a warm day. Without a fancy machine, recreate the classic chain restaurant dessert in your own home with regular ingredients.
Homemade red enchilada sauce is so simple to make and comes with bolder flavors than you can find in a can. Serve with a variety of dishes, not just enchiladas.
Learn how to easily recreate the favorite tea and tapioca drink exactly to your liking.
Without using anything from a can, this fresh enchilada sauce has bold flavor and great body for your next enchilada endeavor.
Recreate a homemade version of the childhood favorite. These copycat Fig Newtons are wrapped in a soft cookie with a sweet, seedy fig filling.
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.
Dare we say these snickers cups taste better than the candy? Plus, the caramel in this dessert is made of an innovative sweet date paste.
Learn to make perfect bread pockets in a skillet with fresh wheat dough and then devour while they are still warm.
Homemade strawberry ice cream made with rich heavy cream and speckled with fresh spring berries. A creamy delight to cool you down in sweet style.
Homemade cheesecake ice cream combines decadent cream cheese with loads of fresh blueberries and a touch of lemon zest in a creamy and delicious dessert.
Make your own spiced tea blend and drink it on the regular or use it in unique baking projects.
Many mouth-watering bakery treats rely on puff pastry, but have you ever tried to recreated it yourself? With a tips and practice, master the flaky pastry.
Learn how to make the chocolate and coconut candy bar, but with all natural ingredients.