What do you do when you don’t have a bonfire? You make cinnamon s’mores in your very own kitchen. These little heavenly dessert sandwiches can be made whenever you want, so you get that classic marshmallow and chocolate combo when the mood strikes you. The touch of cinnamon is a lovely twist. Get the recipe now.
You don’t need a movie to dive into this buttery bucket of popcorn. Just hit play on your stove and watch those golden kernels do their thing. Each morsel of this sweet and savory popcorn is slathered in honey, butter, and flaky sea salt. Read on to add this satisfying snack to your list of must-have munchies.
Scoot over, chocolate milk, there’s a new frothy beverage on the loose. This peanut butter milk is a chilled, dessert-like drink that’s buzzed with toasty, slightly bitter cocoa, nutty peanut butter powder, and sweet, natural agave nectar. Read more now to add this decadent libation to your list of liquid treasures.
A tasty, healthy dinner in less than 30 minutes? These chicken cutlets with tomatoes make it possible and oh-so flavorful as well. The thin poultry is cooked with tomatoes in a white wine sauce that makes for a savory meal the whole family can enjoy. Served with arugula, fresh or wilted, it’s nice and light. Read more.
When you’re in the mood for a simple dinner, there’s nothing better than easy and healthy sheet pan sausage and vegetables. The combination of meat, potatoes, green beans, and onions makes for a hearty meal that you don’t have to fuss over. With only 5 minutes of prep time, it’s a weeknight savior. Get the recipe now.
Made with leftover poultry and a handful of pantry ingredients, white bean turkey chili answers the question of what to make when you don’t want to run to the grocery store. Budget-friendly, high in protein, and ready in 40 minutes, it’s a dinner win! Read more now to add this recipe to your collection of favorites.
What’s the perfect complement to any meal? Easy Parmesan garlic oven fries, of course. This side dish is simple to make, and full of flavor. For all of you spud-loving people out there, this is the recipe to make this week. It goes with everything – veggies, fish, beef, and poultry. Learn how to make it now.
Want to learn how to make pulled pork in your electric pressure cooker or Instant Pot? The tender, juicy meat is easy to prepare, and it only calls for a few simple ingredients. You can flavor it any way you like, from BBQ to Chinese to Cuban. Enjoy all the flavor of slow cooked meat, in a fraction of the time.
For a hearty and satisfying soup that comes together in no time, this cheap and easy Italian-style classic with white beans and greens is a no-brainer. The savory base is enhanced with a nutty Parmesan rind, and leafy escarole gives the dish a pleasantly bitter bite. Learn how to make it at home now.
These homemade baked french fries are just what your stay-at-home date night needs. Made specifically for two, the potatoes come out golden and crispy. There’s no soaking or frying involved, simply cut and bake. You can even customize the dish to your liking with your preferred seasonings. Get the recipe now.
Nothing says elegance like a bowlful of French-inspired potage parmentier, and this humble blend of aromatic veggies is as graceful as it gets. The soup starts with a harmonious melange of oniony leeks, creamy Yukon gold potatoes, and sweet carrots, and ends with a delicate dash of cream. Get the recipe now.