How difficult can it be to boil an egg? The answer is not difficult at all if you don’t care what the egg looks like when it’s peeled. If, however, this matters to you, then the answer is not so straightforward. The reason is that peeling the eggs without the shells sticking and gouging the whites…
Chocolate Peanut Butter Meltaways are a perfect candy to make for gifts or to satisfy your sweet tooth. They take minutes to make, with the microwave doing most of the work. One bite and you’ll discover why they are called Meltaways – rich and creamy melt-in-your mouth goodness!
The Twelve Days of Christmas is an English Christmas carol, published in 1780. Thought to be of French origin, it features a series of increasingly grand gifts given on each of the twelve days of Christmas, starting on Christmas Day and ending on January 5. The Twelve Days of Christmas Themed Recipes each borrow from…
Brighten your holiday season with this rich and moist Lemon Cream Cheese Bundt Cake. It feels like springtime, and tastes amazing under a layer of lemon glaze.
What better way to warm yourself on these cold winter days than with a hearty soup. Red Lentil and Roasted Tomato Soup totally fits the bill. It’s full of healthy ingredients, easy to make, and amazingly delicious!
If you like cinnamon rolls, you’ll absolutely love this show-stopping Braided Cinnamon Bread Wreath. It’s perfect for your holiday brunch or anytime. While it may look difficult to make, it’s actually variation on a classic King Cake. What’s even better is that your bread machine does most of the work!
5-Minute White Chocolate Holiday Bark is not only easy to make, but also uses only 3 (maybe 4) ingredients. It makes awesome edible Christmas gifts, and is Oh So Good!
Traditional Austrian Linzer Cookies are perfect for your holiday cookie collection. Popular throughout Austria and Germany, these Linzer Cookies are made from a rich buttery dough with ground almonds, filled with a tart raspberry jam, and finished with a sprinkling of confectioners’ sugar. The almonds give an otherwise plain butter cookie an awesome texture and taste.
One of the best things about Thanksgiving is the leftovers. What to do with the leftovers? Why not make some tasty Leftover Turkey Sliders Two Ways: Amazing 5-Minute Turkey Salad Sliders and DeliciousTurkey Mash n’Gravy Sliders. They’re quick and easy to prepare, and Oh So Good!
What does one do with leftover turkey? Well, in our house, we do two things. First, we boil the bones to make a rich broth, and then make turkey soup. Second, we make these amazing Leftover Turkey Crêpes.