High Five Fridays: Weekly Meal Plan, Gung Hay Fat Choy!
These Chinese New Year recipes will have you starting the Year of the Snake off to a sssensational sssstart!
Peppermint Candy Cane Ice Cream
Super minty and winter fresh, this peppermint ice cream is the stuff Frosty the Snowman’s dreams are made of â€“ and, it is the perfect way to polish off those candy canes. This ice cream is so good, I guarantee it will become a perennial favorite, holiday season or not.
Apple Crumb Cake: A Naughty Version of Nice
This Apple Crumb Cake will remind you of apple picking and old fashioned donut shops. It has a comforting heft to it. The cake on its own is wonderful, but the crumb topping makes it swoon-worthy. You will eat every last crumb. Promise.
Holiday Bread Wreath with Honey Butter
This beautiful bread wreath makes for an impressive touch to any table, and is much easier than it looks. It also happens to be delicious and wholesome, full of good things like buttermilk, honey, and butter.
12 Days of Cookies
Our 12 favorite cookies from our food blogger friends. You are going to nail that Christmas Cookie Swap with this roundup.
Homemade Nutella + Holiday Baking Giveaway
Homemade Nutella: absurdly good, easy to make, and surprisingly not that bad for you! Just 6 ingredients blended to hazelnutty-chocolatey bliss, vegan, and gluten-free! You need this in your life.
Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake
Bringing together warm pumpkin spices, notes of ginger, creamy dreaminess, and beautiful swirls, this Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake is a must for the holiday season.
Tried-and-true Thanksgiving favorites to get you ready for the main event.
Kale Pesto Quinoa + 10 Irish Beers for St. Patrick’s Day
Go green this St. Paddy's day with this healthy yet hearty quinoa salad. Makes a great side or meal in itself. Fresh basil adds a wonderful herbaceous flavor, while kale and broccoli bring a vitamin-packed punch.
Pumpkin Toffee Whoopie Pies
A pumpkin cookie whoopsie turns into a whoopie with some quick thinking and a dose of Pumpkin Cream Cheese Frosting (which, I am now convinced, can cure all baking woes).