Italian Pear Filled Cookies

An easy pastry-like batter with a slow cooked pear filling make these into something extra special. A blend of a cookie and and a tartelette, a delicious combination no matter what you call them.

No-Knead Italian Breadstick Twists

Close up of a batch of no-knead Italian breadstick twists wrapped in a warming towel.

A delicious and easy recipe for no-knead Italian breadsticks. Perfect for a party, a gathering, or just for dinner. These super versatile and are a great complement to pasta, lasagna, or soup! And they are naturally vegan-friendly so everyone can appreciate them. Get the recipe now!

Easy Tomato Cream Sauce: A Fresh-from-the-Garden Topping for Any Pasta

Horizontal image of a tomato sauce in a skillet with bowls of pepper and cheese.

Foodal’s creamy tomato sauce made with chunks of fresh, juicy tomatoes and fragrant herbs like rosemary and basil is inspired by the summer season and its bountiful gardens. Make a batch now and pour it all over your favorite pasta for a hearty meal with the perfect savory flavors. Check out the recipe now on Foodal.

Camembert Cheese and Pistachio Basil Pesto Bruschetta

Top down view of a Bruschetta recipe made with French Camembert cheese and pesto sauce made with pistachios. Three slices of brushetta bread on a square, white porcelain plate.

An incredibly delicious and simple appetizer or the perfect light lunch, you’re going to love this variation on a traditional bruschetta. Camembert cheese and tomatoes are baked on top of baguette slices, and topped with a crunchy homemade pistachio basil pesto. Our favorite new appetizer! Get the recipe now on Foodal.

Bright, Fresh, Simple Summer Panzanella

A light brown wooden bowl of panzanella with fresh and roasted vegetables, chunks of bread, and shredded cheese, with a silver stainless steel fork, on a blue cloth background.

Bursting with bright flavors, this simple summer panzanella is an easy-to-make salad that everyone will be excited to taste. Ideal for a picnic, lightly toasted bread, slow-roasted tomatoes, and crisp lettuce come together to make an outstanding dish that features fresh seasonal produce. Get the recipe now on Foodal.

Quick and Easy No-Knead Parmesan Focaccia

Top-down view of a flat loaf of rectangular foccacia bread arranged at an angle on a striped wooden cutting board.

The easiest focaccia out there with no kneading required, this bread takes less than two hours to make from scratch and it will wow the whole family. Parmesan cheese is mixed into the batter and sprinkled on top, with Italian herbs and coarse sea salt. Want to try it at home? Get the recipe now on Foodal.

Caramelized Eggplant and Pesto Pasta: Vegan-Friendly Comfort Food

Oblique view of a pasta recipe make with caramelized eggplant and pesto sitting on a white, ceramic plate.

A quick weeknight summer dinner featuring everybody’s favorite vegetable to pick on – eggplant. But prepared correctly, it yields a melt-in-your-mouth texture and a complex sweetness that leaves you craving more. A simple pesto recipe to coat the noodles, and sweet ripe cherry tomatoes bring it all together.

An Italian Classic: The Best Homemade Tomato Basil Bruschetta

Homemade tomato basil bruschetta on a white rectangular serving dish, with a folded beige and white patterned cloth napkin topped with a small bowl of chopped tomatoes and sprigs of fresh basil in the background, on a white marble surface.

The flavors of Italy come together in this classic appetizer recipe. Juicy tomato, fresh basil, and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar combine with flavorful garlic atop crusty bread to form a dish that you will never get sick of making for family and friends. Read more now on Foodal to learn how to make bruschetta at home.

Lasagna, for One

A white dinner plate of lasagna noodles coated with sauce and topped with melted cheese and fresh herbs, on a table topped with a white cloth, with a gold fork, basil leaves, and a white ceramic dish in shallow focus in the background.

Need a simple solution for dinner when you’re the only one at home? Maybe you’re going out of town and the freezer’s full? You won’t have any leftovers – or worries – when you make lasagna for one in a skillet on the stovetop. You don’t even need to turn on the oven or boil water. Get the recipe now, on Foodal.