Almost as simple as popping open a can, this four-ingredient sauce comes together with little effort. This recipe can be made ahead and refrigerated up to 5 days in advance.
It’s been snowing here and I can’t think of a better way to spend an indoor snow day.
Chocolate & Hazelnut Fudge is such an easy fudge recipe that takes the trouble out of homemade. Perfect for the holiday season or any time!
To make these lattes kid-friendly, use hot chocolate instead of espresso.
I usually add almond paste when making pies. The addition of a layer of almond paste makes a great apple pie extraordinary!
Thanksgiving just wouldn’t be the same without cranberry sauce.
Make sure not to substitute sweetened condensed milk with evaporated milk.
The key to incredible mashed potatoes is adding rich cream. It’s that simple.
A couple of weeks ago I picked up a bunch of fresh cranberries when I was in Martha’s Vineyard and froze them in anticipation of holiday cooking. I love how the maple syrup adds sweetness while the cranberries bring out the tartness, and the wheat flour gives a nice nutty flavor to these hearty scones.
My house has always been a gathering place, especially around the holidays. I like to make this delicious Gingerbread Breakfast Cake to have on hand for light holiday breakfasts. I mean, really, who wants to cook a big breakfast when your day is all about cooking up a scrumptious holiday dinner?!