Salted Caramel & White Chocolate Tart

Soft and creamy filling with little bursts of salt on top of a perfectly crumbly shortcrust base.  ...more

Italian Caper Deviled Eggs

What's better than a deviled egg? Another deviled egg. They should always come in pairs, right? My new goal in life is to come up with enough recipes to make a deviled egg cookbook. You read it here first. No stealing my idea. Mine. Dibs. Shotgun. I ...more

Savory Make Ahead Stuffing

This savory potato stuffing recipe is an old fashion family recipe, updated with a few healthy twists... ...more

"BEET" the Cold with a Beet, Carrot, Apple, and Ginger Soup

Nothing beats the chill of fall air and combats a seasonal cold-virus like a steaming hot bowl of soup, brimming with immunity boosting ingredients.Besides the delightfully toasty temperature and delicious flavor, this soup is high in vitamins and ...more

5 Tips for Surviving Holiday Food Preparations

The holiday season is upon us and that means amazing culinary treats and possible weight gain. This is the Superbowl season for all food lovers. Some of us will spend days in the kitchen preparing for Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, and ...more

How to Make Cashew Milk... It's So Easy

This cashew milk recipe is our go-to for homemade milk. We use it almost everyday in our smoothies. It's so easy to make, just throw six ingredients in the blender and that's it! ...more

5 Thanksgiving Foods Your Kids Will Talk About in Therapy

Ah, Thanksgiving... Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving. ...more
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Thanksgiving Side-Dishes That Will Make Your Heart "Beet"!

Turn the "beet" around and add some healthy and unique beet side-dishes to accompany your favorite holiday entrees. ...more
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Corned beef, Swiss cheese and caramelized onion Reuben sandwich

I've got a secret. During the past few weeks, for many house guests, friends and family, I have been creating the World's. Best ....more

November in Photos.

Interrupting your regularly scheduled cookie palooza recipe to share my completely absurd, yet exciting, inspiring, and unforgettable month of November....more

Potato and Havarti Croquettes

What better way to use up leftover mashed potatoes than a buttery, cheesy, creamy potato croquette? I made these for my kids snack yesterday afternoon and they gobbled up every last bite. They were crisp and golden brown on the outside and creamy and cheesy inside ....more

Slow Cooker Moroccan Chicken

♫ Would you know we’re riding on the Marrakesh express...more

The Gift Guide For Guys

What to give this holiday for every man in your life? If lucky, he made hints about his wish list. If not, let’s face it; men are sometimes not the easiest to buy for when it comes to holiday gifting. So, we have a few suggestions on little gifts to give your guy that may to aid you when hunting for the perfect gift for the “don’t care” dad, the very specific and detailed brother or that special guy....more

Red Velvet Waffles

How about the iconic flavor of red velvet for breakfast? Tender and cake-like waffles reminiscent of a yummy red velvet cake. I like to consider these "anniversary waffles". Perfect to surprise my husband with on the morning of our anniversary. We got married in December and had a red velvet cake at our wedding. For us these are definitely "anniversary waffles". They are also too good for words!...more

Butterscotch White Russian

Happy December 1st where I'm starting off the month with a holiday cocktail that makes the perfect after dinner drink....more

Homemade Rye Bread

Why are you not making rye bread right now? Oh, because you haven't clicked on the recipe yet. Find the recipe and step by step photos here! ...more

Melted Chocolate Circles with Nuts & Fruit, a 5-Minute Christmas Cookie Kids Can Make

As our series of Easy Christmas Cookies Kids Can Make continues, we present the easiest yet! For these super simple cookies in today’s sponsored post (which by the way, you could make at ANY time of year but are especially welcome in this season of sprinkles and Light-Bright icing), we used only a few ingredients. What you need: Melting chocolate Nuts & seeds (we used salted peanuts, sunflower seeds and slivered almonds) Dried fruit (ours were banana chips, golden raisins, regular raisins and dried cranberries) A non-stick baking sheet, such as Silpat Instructions: Melt your chocolate ....more

December Reading List

My December Reading List is perfect for reading along this Winter! Lots of great book suggestions. Christmas is almost here!! ...more