Whip up this easy cranberry simple syrup and keep it on hand this month for fun, seasonal cocktails, like a cranberry gina and tonic.
When you’re craving dessert, but you don’t have a lot of time to spare, nothing beats a dump cake. And this German Chocolate Dump Cake may just be my favorite dump cake ever!
A satisfying meal does not necessarily come in multiple courses. This middle eastern red lentil soup is a meal all on its own and will be sure to satisfy.
Here are some helpful tips for busy mommies, daddies, (and busy people in general!) when grocery shopping, cooking nearly 4-5 times a week, and more efficient weeknight cooking.
These mini pear pies are perfect for the holiday table.
Panzanella is a simple, yet delicious, Tuscan dish made up of caramelized onions, diced tomatoes and freshly toasted croutons. Despite its simplicity, Panzanella is fresh, flavorful and healthy; a perfect meal by itself, or addition to any dinner menu.
Thank goodness for mashed potatoes. Unlike cranberry sauce and stuffing, you’ll be hard-pressed to find folks who dismiss the homemade whipped side as “just not for them” at a holiday table. Perhaps this is partly due to their incredible versatility—from savory to sweet, mashed potatoes can be dressed up in countless ways with minimal effort to suit any taste.
A simple to make, hearty meal that can be spruced up with new herbs or mushrooms when you are the mood.
This simple 4 Ingredient Graham Cracker Pie Crust is fast and easy to make – and is the perfect shell for your cheesecake or pie.
Get some culinary inspiration for lunches on the go with recipes like this easy Greek salad pita.
Try this simple Italian-style potato recipe with swiss chard, chili pepper flakes, and a tasty garlic dressing that doesn’t require ANY mayonaisse for once!
The pan-seared chicken with toasted almonds is easy enough that really you could make chicken breasts this way as the beginning of any number of dishes. The pan gravy is also deceptively simple.
This No-Bake Orange Yogurt Cheesecake is citrusy, light and rich.
Chewy on the inside, crisp on the outside, this focaccia requires a few rises, but the time is worth it for a delicious Italian bread.
If you’re trying to watch your sugar intake or just gravitate towards less-sweet desserts, then this one is for you.
Easy, cheesy, herbed potatoes au gratin is always a go-to crowd pleaser, not to mention that this comforting dish is also gluten free!
Grilling days are almost over, so take advantage of building that fire and try this simple and oh-so-good branzino recipe!
This is a simple meal, and one of the humblest representations of the vast Mexican gastronomy.
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The best lava cake ever. This recipe creates molten chocolate and peanut butter goodness which is hard to beat.
During the holidays, the last thing you want are tricky recipes with a list of complicated ingredients. Fear not and try these simple, festive dishes.
There are so many different chilis, but sometimes simple is best. Try this traditional recipe, made in minutes, and topped with avocado and green onion.
Made with apple slices, brown sugar, soy sauce, and cider, this chicken becomes tender, so flavorful, and the perfect fall dinner.
Soft, simple sugar cookies will melt in your mouth thanks to cream cheese and just four other ingredients for a delightful sweet.
A simple, rustic pomodoro is a great meal to make on a busy night when only a comforting bowl of pasta will do.
Rather than needing the dough, this Chinese scallion pancake recipe is easy enough to come together in minutes and still taste delicious.
Sweet and salty roasted carrots and herbs are easy to make and a melt-in-your-mouth side dish when served with a mustard and yogurt sauce.
A simple salad with bold colors is a beautiful definition of “less is more”. Fresh flavors of shrimp, herbs, and edamame make for a filling green bowl.
With just three simple ingredients, you can create a rich, but dairy-free, chocolate sorbet that is sure to cool you down and satisfy your cocoa cravings.
Ditch the boxed macaroni and cheese and make this roasted tomato, basil, and goat cheese pasta topped with balsamic for a weeknight dinner rescue.
A blueberry breakfast cake, reminiscent of a shortcake, slightly sweet and bursting with fresh blueberries and crisp lemon with a crunch of turbinado sugar.
Using brown sugar, this mousse has a fun caramel flavor with an extra egg white for a light, airy texture. You can’t go wrong with a great chocolate mousse.
Standing the test of time, the apple pie is a world famous pastry that has adapted to times of limited ingredients with alterations like the crumble.
Despite marinating the fish, this soup is easy and can be made in under an hour. Warm up with a flavorful bowl, even on a weeknight.
One of the easiest curry side dishes, egg curry can be quickly prepared and served with roti, bread, or rice for a hearty meal.
A classic malted milkshake made from scratch from the ice cream to the chocolate syrup.
This world’s simplest pancakes recipe contains just two ingredients (egg and banana) and is super quick – just minutes from bowl to plate! Simple and tasty.
A simple salmon recipe from Ina Garten to use the abundant fresh herbs of the season. Serve over basmati rice.
This pesto substitutes traditional basil for spring asparagus. Don’t just leave this delicious sauce to pastas, but try it on meat or a sandwich, too.
Learn the secrets to a simple, flavorful pho broth.
The French ouefs mollets are similar to American soft-boiled eggs, get a super simple recipe for this quick breakfast here.
Rather than jalapeno, this recipe utilizes Anaheim chile.
This pudding is a perfect treat plain, but you can turn it into an elegant dessert by adding some nuts, fresh fruit, lemon or orange zest.
The decision to make this was instant and hence this comes with no preparation. Whipped up in a jiffy and gobbled up much faster, this is one heck of dish!
The thick ribbons of onion, chunks of red bell pepper, sweet potato and chicken round out the dishes’ hearty texture atop a bed of jasmine rice.
Milkshake is one of those drinks we start to crave for when it’s getting hotter out.
You don’t even need to frost this cake, it’s so pretty with just a sprinkle of powdered sugar.
Adopted from A16 Food + Wine cookbook, this pistachio pesto is a simple combination of ingredients that packs more flavor than expected!
Instructions aren’t really necessary here: Combine your berries and sliced veggies, and dress. It’s a perfect summer time fast meal.
Enjoy this deliciously simple guacamole recipe from Michelle Keith.
This bright, healthy marinara is made with one of best tomato products on the market. Pomi Tomatoes are pure 100 percent Italian tomatoes.
This homemade Mexican chorizo is authentic in flavor, easy to make, and with ingredients you can trust.
Simplicity rules! This incredibly simple garlic bread can be served with soups, au gratin, pasta or just enjoyed instantly.
This frittata recipe is eggsactly what you need to jumpstart your day.
This recipe for black bean and vegetable enchiladas is full of flavor and is a satisfying vegetarian dinner after a decadent holiday.
Alisha Randell makes a simple and tasty pear and lentil salad that will leave you feeling just right.
This winter salad serves as a large, healthy main dish filled with in-season vegetables and seeds.
This creamy spinach risotto is a wonderful and simple dish to be enjoyed at any time.
This pineapple jam is made with only 4 ingredients, and it is perfect to spread on your morning toast.
This recipe is extremely easy. You can substitute the tomato pesto with any other pasta sauce that you like.