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This holiday season we encourage you to adventure beyond the traditional holiday go-tos. The delectable dessert featured here will have you hooked with fresh pear slices and irresistible Italian almond macaroons.
‘Tis the season for minty, sugar-loaded candy canes. Each December they creep into your life until you’re candy cane-d out. Professors hand them out on the last day of class, your friends attach them to gifts, and your family buys way too many to scatter around the house during the holidays. It seems like they don’t…
Whipping together two holiday classics, the Apple-Cranberry Cobbler steals your heart after the very first morsel. Hot apple filling, sweet berry sauce, and spicy cinnamon blend the best of fall flavors into one dulcet bite. —Alexa Diaz, contributing writer at Baked. Follow Alexa on Twitter @alexalucina. Prep Time: 25 minutes Cook Time: 30 minutes Serves…
When winter rolls around, forget treating your loved ones to a gift under the tree—instead, focus on a present inside the oven. The fluffy, light meringue puts a delightful twist on your traditional pumpkin pie. The infusion of warm spices and classic pumpkin filling will keep this dessert on your mind for seasons to come….
The recipe for this simple Christmas side dish comes from our digital director’s late Nana. Like the woman who made it, it’s sweet, a little salty, and wonderfully indulgent.
Just because autumn offers up tried-and-true classics doesn’t mean they have to be boring. Creamy, cheesy, and delicious, this cozy soup finds its perfect match with roasted apple chunks.
Holiday parties tempt us with delicacies like deviled eggs, meatballs, and pigs in buttery croissant blankets. But each bite adds to the number of calories we consume and the subsequent swell of our waistlines. To avoid wintry weight woes and stay summertime fine, make homemade meals by substituting classic holiday pound-packers with healthier substitutes. —Lateshia…
With pasta, antipasti, fresh Italian bread, and bottles and bottles of wine, a Christmas Eve spent with the Stockdales is one filled with endless laughter, love, and scrumptious eats.