Well, there aren’t many kitchen gadgets that have a ballet written for them, are there? It seems the nutcracker is the only one that can make such a claim to fame. Of course, that was a much fancier nutcracker than what most of us have in our kitchens. Both collectible and functional, these clever devices …
Christmas is a time for remembering traditions of years past, as well as making new ones. Here’s one new tradition to add to your stack of time-honored Christmas recipes: homemade peppermint bark, with layers of white and dark chocolates, and crunchy crumbles of peppermint candies. Get this festive recipe now on Foodal!
For a bold addition to your holiday baking repertoire, put the bright beauty of fresh fruit on display in this scrumptious cranberry upside down cake. The glazed fruit is a beautiful deep red hue and the cake is moist and light – perfect with coffee or a dessert wine! Join us now for the recipe and instructions.
A delicious combination of sweet and tart, our homemade orange cranberry nut bread is the perfect treat to give as gifts during the holiday season. Flavored with orange juice and mixed with fresh cranberries and walnuts, you might as well attach the recipe for this, too – everyone will be asking for it! Bake it now on Foodal.
These soft, brownie-like cookies are the perfect update to your usual sugar cut-outs. And for anyone with a chocolaty sweet tooth, they make lovely Christmas gifts, tucked into colorful tins and wrapped with tissue paper. Enjoy them plain, or decorate them for the holidays with royal icing and assorted sprinkles. Add this recipe to your holiday baking, now on Foodal.
Love eggnog for the holidays? Make our boozy spiced cheesecake inspired by the drink. It’s creamy, rich, and has a big splash of spirits. Served with whipped cream and caramel sauce, this decadent dessert will secure your spot on Santa’s naughty list. Enjoy some sweet, sinful indulgence this winter, and get the recipe on Foodal now!
With the arrival of the colder seasons, the warming combination of pumpkin spice (cinnamon, ginger, cloves, allspice, and nutmeg) is a welcome addition to meals and drinks alike. It’s great in baked goods like pies, muffins, pancakes and breads. And yes, it actually makes pumpkin taste better too! Read more about each spice, and learn how to make this easy mixture at home, on Foodal now!
Have you ever had the desire for a sweet treat, but didn’t have the desire to turn on the oven? Create a yummy dessert with just a few simple ingredients you already have in your kitchen. These no-bake goodies are extra quick to make, as long as you’re fine getting your hands just a little dirty! Get the recipe now on Foodal.