Pumpkin Pie Panna Cotta celebrates the popular Thanksgiving dessert without having to bake it. It comes together in about five minutes and is elegant to boot. (Hint: the secret is one of our ever-favorite ingredients!)
What’s Thanksgiving without Green Bean Casserole topped with crispy French Fried Onions? Our simple homemade recipe has got you covered.
Making your own simple homemade cream of mushroom soup to have on hand for casseroles and cravings will help you avoid food additives and save money.
Homemade pumpkin pie spice celebrates autumn and making it at home saves money, saves a unexpected last minute trip to the store, and avoids nasty additives. It tastes better too!
There are certain flavors that just sing of autumn. Cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, pumpkin, apple cider, honey…. Just think of a homey kitchen that’s cozy and comforting when you come in from the cool, autumn night and that’s full of heady, rich spices — these scents that sing their way into your soul. Also, I simply…
This fig butter is unlike any you’ve known – and it’s easier, tastier, and healthier too! If you love Fig Newtons, you’ll swoon for this simple version.
Classic cherry clafoutis is a scrumptious homage to delectable summer fruit – and it’s well worth the few minutes it takes to pull together. Whether it’s for breakfast or dessert, it deserves a place on your summer table!
Panna cotta is every host’s dream, whether you’re planning an elegant dinner or a casual backyard open house. It’s delicious, nourishing, and can be made in under five minutes.
There’s nothing as easy as a honey-glazed ham to feed a crowd or just feel celebratory, and this unique spiced glaze tastes especially festive.
Asparagus Leek Bisque is a creamy celebration of spring. Serve it hot or cold for a delicious seasonal soup.
Caramelized Apple Slow Cooker Oatmeal is a delicious way to have a nourishing meal ready on busy mornings or to teach your kids how to make breakfast by themselves.
This silky smooth White Chocolate Lobster Bisque makes any ordinary day feel special – and any special day, decadent! It has frugal options as well that taste just as luxurious, so don’t miss out on this delicious cream soup.
Love to wake up to a hot, healthy breakfast? Here’s a hearty casserole designed to lift your spirits and bring a satisfied smile to your face.
It’s easy to have a love affair with creamy, classic homemade eggnog – after all, it’s delicious, it’s nourishing, and it’s truly, deeply joy-inducing. Whip up a batch to fall in love yourself.
Sourdough stollen is one of the delights of the Christmas season – especially when served warm on Christmas morning!
Many of our modern Christmas celebrations have roots in Victorian England, a time when they relied on seasonal and preserved foods. Here are three recipes from the era that are still popular today!
Saffron buns are the traditional sweet roll served on Santa Lucia Day, a Swedish celebration of light on one of the darkest days of the year. This sourdough dough is soft and gorgeous and can be enjoyed anytime!
Often in the late autumn and early winter, life is busy but I want the house to smell cozy and warm without having to bake a sheet of cookies or bake bread. Thus, I tend to throw cinnamon sticks and cloves into a pan of water on the stove or in the slow cooker…
There’s cranberry sauce — and then there’s Cranberry Sauce. For many of us, the memory of the firm, jellied cranberry sauce that delightfully schlopped out of the can on Thanksgiving sets the stage for what is considered “real” cranberry sauce. But what a far cry from “real” it is…. It wasn’t until I was…
This green bean casserole features real food versions of each processed ingredient so that whole food families can once again enjoy this holiday classic.
Chai Ice Cream celebrates all the gorgeous flavors of Chai while providing a nourishing treat for summertime, holidays, and other special occasions. Churn some today!
Making pumpkin purée (aka homemade canned pumpkin) is quick, easy, and frugal. Make your own purée for your favorite autumnal treats!
The hamburger and hot dog buns have a well-developed crumb, a soft and tender texture, and when toasted, help elevate any burger or brat to swoon-worthy status.
Making bread pudding in the slow cooker makes serving up hearty comfort food an absolute cinch. Whether it’s sweet or savory, it’s for breakfast, dessert, or anytime!