Gingerbread at Christmas doesn't always have to mean gingerbread cookies. These cakey bars are rich with the deep flavors of traditional gingerbread.
Use a sugar cookie to make the base and then add matcha powder and white chocolate chips to the mix. Matcha powder is available at specialty tea shops and Asian markets.
The key to a moist, rich brownie is using good-quality ingredients and not overbaking the brownies in the oven.
This easy vegan recipe can easily be served as a main or as a side dish to roasted meats.
These four-ingredient, no-bake truffles are simple enough for even children to assist with making during the holidays.
As fall gives way to winter get creative with your butternut squash and use it as a savory base on a sauce-less pizza. Use store-bought pizza dough to speed along the process.
An easy beefy vegetable soup with mushrooms and barley.
A whole roasted duck is accompanied by apples, pears, and potato wedges roasted in duck fat.
A fantastic vegetarian feast of roasted vegetables with an herb-flavored aioli.
Not too sweet with a touch of chopped nuts, these jam-filled cookies are the perfect bite-size to go with a cup of coffee or tea.
Chestnuts, potatoes, aromatics, butter, chicken stock, and cream turn into a rich soup that stirs warm memories of Paris. Store-bought, vacuum-packed roasted chestnuts make it simple.
With a mason jar and a generous scoop of mashed potatoes, you can make this delicious coddled egg treat in just 15 minutes.
Rice, coconut milk, and a few simple ingredients work wonders to make a warm, sweet pudding. Add a grate or two of lime zest if you feel like an extra zing.
Mushrooms filled with sage scented sausage and cornbread stuffing are an easy way to use up some leftover cornbread stuffing.
This Southern classic stands in nicely for traditional Thanksgiving pumpkin pie.
Don't love pumpkin pie? Go for gold with this caramel drenched pumpkin praline bread pudding.
A side dish for the holiday, and a poem to help keep anxiety from being front-and-center for the holidays.