Now that you’ve learned how to cook up the perfect artichoke, here are a few dip ideas – 10 to be exact – for all those wonderful leaves (and the delectable heart!). Once you...
Welcome spring with the ultimate healthy appetizer. It's easy to cook an artichoke - and worth every second you spend doing it.
Moist lemon-buttermilk cupcakes filled with raspberry jam and then piped with a simply amazing vanilla bean buttercream and topped with a fresh raspberry.
If you like almonds, you'll love these waffles! Amped up by almonds three different ways - almond flour, almond extract, and toasty almonds sprinkled along the top - they'll make anyone almond-lover nutty for breakfast.
Super-easy one-bowl brownie cupcakes with an Oreo cookie baked right in the middle! Topped off with a fluffy cookies-and-cream buttercream, these Oreo cupcakes are irresistible.
Nothing wrong with a little chocolate for breakfast, right?! This muffin recipe features the perennial favorite combo of banana and chocolate for a muffin everyone will adore.
This haupia recipe (or coconut pudding recipe) will forever remind me of this, my first trip to Hawaii. Hopefully it’ll whisk your tastebuds away, too … if only for a few minutes. Winters...
This Sweet Potato Pie recipe is made with finely pureed sweet potatoes pecked with a pinch of spices and a liberal scrape of tiny little magical vanilla beans. A touch of Maker's Mark adds another note; all the better because it's a Southern one.
Crunchy, hearty and full of flavor, this homemade granola recipe is easy and oh-so yummy. Adjust the seeds, nuts and dried fruit to make it your own. Sprinkle a little on some greek yogurt for a filling breakfast, throw some in a bag for an easy (and satisfying) snack or fill up a mason jar and give it away as a gift ... if you can bring yourself to part with any, that is.
These muffins are perfect for Christmas. They're chockful of festive ingredients and flavors: Fresh cranberries, zucchini, apples, orange zest ... top with a little orange-vanilla glaze and add red and green sprinkles and you've got just the thing for Christmas morning.
This gingerbread cookie recipe from Martha Stewart is a definite winner. Perfectly spiced gingerbread cut into tree shapes, then glazed with a little lemon and powdered sugar mixture and then sprinkled with coarse sugar for a little extra sparkle.
This bark is a ridiculously easy candy recipe that's perfect for supplementing your holiday cookie platters, or even tucked in a cute candy bag all by itself. It's also an easy treat to quickly whip up when you're craving something sweet and salty - and then you can keep it all for yourself. Not that I would ever do that.