A spiced hot toddy made with cinnamon tea and rum is the perfect remedy for cold weather.
Pecan-crusted honey mustard salmon makes for a fast and easy preparation and an elegant presentation!
Transform your favorite summer cocktail into a cold-weather experience with this cranberry mojito recipe—it’s festive and refreshing!
Get out your Dutch oven to make our easy pot roast with veggies and herbs. This fork-tender meal comes out perfectly every time.
Nothing says home cookin’ like a classic meat and potatoes recipe—which is why this savory pork roast recipe with pumpkin pie spices is perfect for fall!
Get ready for the holidays with this festive chocolate reindeer cupcakes recipe. We included a few shortcuts so you can have more fun with the assembly!
As cuddly as a cactus, and as charming as an eel, our matcha Grinch cookies are a dazzling treat for your holiday gatherings.
Holiday fun foods aren’t just for the kids. Our bite-sized stuffed Santa tomatoes are case in point. They’re easy, elegant and delicious.
This bacon white cheddar dip recipe is the reason everyone will be gathered around the buffet table. It’s just the right amount of savoy, fresh and versatile!
Simple, basic ingredients are all you need to prepare Grandma’s peanut butter fudge recipe. This classic recipe is gooey and decadent, just the way you like it!
As a tasty snack or sprinkled atop your favorite salad, spiced pecans strike the perfect balance of salty and sweet…with just a tinge of heat!
This quick and easy white Russian fudge recipe makes ordinary white chocolate fudge extraordinary. It’s all about the Kahlua!
These bite-sized Santa hat cupcakes are prepared using pre-packaged red velvet cake mix—we love a good shortcut—and the red velvet is so festive we can hardly stand the excitement.
Go ahead—play with your food! Your friends will love this Christmas tree cheese ball recipe. It’s easy to make and a festive addition to the buffet table.
No sifting, stirring or baking necessary! These Santa cookies are extra festive and easy to prepare—the kids will love ‘em.