Recipes

Homemade S’Mores Pie

This S’mores Pie has a graham cracker crust, fudgy chocolate filling, and marshmallow topping make this pie a quintessential treat.

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DIY: Homemade Slurpees and Slushies to Cool You Down

Everyone knows that today is the day you can hit up the nearest 7-Eleven for a free Slurpee. But because we like to get creative in the kitchen instead of going to a convenience store, we are going to be making our own this year. Check out these homemade slurpees, slushies, or frozen concoctions that will cool you down with fun flavors.

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Blueberry and Cheesecake Brownies

These blueberry and cheesecake brownies are the perfect mixture of creamy, fruity sweetness. A brownie batter is topped cheesecake batter that has been swirled with a blueberry puree before baking.

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The New Spanish: Dishes You Need to Try

Jonah Miller and Nate Adler’s new cookbook, The New Spanish: Bites, Feasts, and Drinks, is not pages of your usual recipes for sangria and the boring tapas. Dive into it’s colorful pages and discover new Spanish words, dishes and flavors that must be tried.

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Lemon-Thyme Grilled Chicken

This lemon-thyme grilled chicken is all you need to host a successful cookout. Marinating the chicken breast overnight in a lemon, olive oil, and thyme marinade makes them tender and flavorful.

Summer Bumbleberry Pie

This gorgeous summer Bumbleberry Pie gets its sweet tart flavor from four kinds of berries plus a hint of rhubarb. Decorate the sweet with a simple star crust for a festive dessert.

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Banana Cake with Caramel Mousse

This nutty banana cake is enrobed in a decadent caramel mousse and drizzled with a caramel espresso sauce before serving. A sweet tooth’s dream!

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Strawberry Jam Crumble Bars

Looking for a recipe for easy bar cookies for a picnic, barbecue or potluck? These Strawberry Jam Crumble Bars are simply shortbread bars with jam and a tasty cinnamon crumble, so easy and so good.

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Garlic Spinach and Seared Scallops

This easy dinner of garlic spinach and seared scallops takes less than 20 minutes to put together and it’s made all in one pan. Just sear the scallops in a little butter, cook the spinach with garlic until it wilts and serve!