Simplify your next family gathering with an easy glazed ham recipe. A spiral cut ham is easy to serve—slice off as much or as little as you want to eat!
Turn classic Cheerios into a fun treat the kids cannot resist with this recipe for how to make Cheerios sheep snacks!
Carrot cake is the perfect way to end your Easter meal. It’s extra moist with freshly ground carrots and a frosting that’s out of this world!
Pretzels, chocolate-covered caramels and Jordan almonds make our butterfly treats irresistible! Ready in 16 minutes.
We turned our carrot cake muffins inside out! The frosting in these carrot cake muffins is baked inside, making for a delicious surprise with every bite!
Making deviled eggs for Easter is an easy, make-ahead appetizer. Discover the secret to hard-boiling eggs then make a filling that’s silky smooth.
Chocolate-covered carrot strawberries in a pot full of pudding…your kids will be begging to eat this “veggie” dessert.
Perfectly boiled eggs make a homestyle egg salad so creamy you’ll need only a little mayo blended with onion and spices to make a family favorite.
No fuss, no stress Easter chick cookies are an adorable and simple addition to your holiday desserts!
Turn double-stuffed chocolate sandwich cookies into chocolate Easter chicks. The kids will be begging to eat this Easter fun food!
These hatching chicks deviled eggs are the perfect appetizers to start Easter brunch with a smile. They are almost too cute to eat. Almost.
These chocolate hazelnut bird nests filled with chocolate eggs will add fun edible centerpieces to your Easter celebration!
Making sweet glazed carrots is like one-stop shopping—save time using bagged baby carrots and one pan from start to finish for easy cooking and cleanup!
We’ve combined a carrot cake with a sugar cookie to create our chewy carrot cake cookies recipe. The cream cheese icing is a great compliment to the spices!
Serve these deviled eggs in a hash brown nest at your Easter Sunday spread and you’ll definitely wow your guests!