Category: Christmas

My Grandma calls these no-bake Peanut Butter Bars “Almost Reese’s” for good reason—they’re as close to the real deal as I’ve ever tasted. They come together in 10 minutes with only 5 ingredients and they’re naturally gluten-free; the only hard part is trying not to eat them all.

No Bake Peanut Butter Bars

This fantastic lamb chops recipe uses whole garlic cloves which caramelize in the skillet alongside the chops. Once the lamb is cooked, the cloves become a part of a quick pan sauce with lemon juice, herbs, and a pinch of red pepper. A sophisticated dinner in minutes, not hours, for lamb enthusiasts everywhere.

Lamb Chops Recipe

Duchess potatoes (pronounced “du-chess”) make an outstanding accompaniment to any holiday meal or buffet. They have the pillowy softness of a twice baked potato with a crunchy baked exterior from shapes you pipe right on the baking sheet. But don’t let their ornate look fool you— these potatoes are as easy to prepare as they are elegant, and can be made well ahead of the party and frozen, to be baked as needed.

Duchess Potatoes

The epitome of traditional comfort food, scalloped potatoes seem to feed the stomach and even the soul-- maybe it’s because so many grandmas in the world made them for their loved ones! I’ll walk you through how to make a creamy cheddar cheese sauce for this casserole that's simple and completely satisfying. I guarantee this will be the first empty dish at any potluck.

Scalloped Potatoes

Carrot cake lovers, rejoice!  This is the carrot cake of your dreams, complete with a swoon-worthy cream cheese frosting. Make a towering layer cake, a batch of cupcakes for a bunch of little rabbits, or a bundt cake for your next book club!

Carrot Cake

Need a fool-proof recipe for a crowd that will make everyone happy, no matter who’s coming to dinner? Look no further than this classic recipe for the juiciest baked ham ever. All you need to do is make your own glaze with two ingredients that you probably have in your kitchen right now. 

Baked Ham

This easy Deviled Eggs recipe is my family's most trusted and the only one you'll ever need. They are creamy, delicious, and a guaranteed crowd-pleaser!

Easy Deviled Eggs

For mushroom lovers, these Mini Mushroom Quiche are your new favorite brunch item! Make ahead/freezer friendly and so easy thanks to store-bought pie crust.

Mini Mushroom Quiche

When one kind of ginger isn’t enough, add another! These Double Ginger Cookies bake up soft, chewy, and flavorful with no dough to roll out!

Double Ginger Cookies

Cowboy Cookies have a fantastic chew from oatmeal and coconut plus whatever mix-ins you choose. Try my classic combination of chocolate chips and walnuts!

Cowboy Cookies

To make these easy Snickerdoodles, just roll sugar cookie dough in a cinnamon-sugar mixture before flattening and baking. These are great all year round!

Snickerdoodles

An easy Peanut Butter Blossoms cookie recipe. Soft, chewy peanut butter cookies are rolled in sugar, baked, and topped with a single Hershey's kiss!

Peanut Butter Blossoms

An easy recipe for crisp, buttery Linzer Cookies. With almonds in the dough and a sweet raspberry filling, you'll love how delicious these cookies are!

Linzer Cookies

An easy recipe for classic Gingerbread Man cookies. These cookies are equally delicious and adorable, especially when frosted with royal icing.

Gingerbread Man Cookies

My mom's classic Spritz cookies recipe is the only one you need! These tiny cookies are crunchy, sweet, and perfect with a sprinkle of colored sugar.

Spritz Cookies

Perfectly portioned and flavored with three different toppings, these mini cheese balls are easy, delicious, and perfect for the holidays!

Mini Cheese Balls

An easy Pizzelle recipe for the classic Italian cookie. Lightly sweetened and flavored with vanilla or anise, they are perfect for holiday gift-giving!

Pizzelle Recipe

Tender-crisp and buttery, these Thumbprint Cookies can be filled with any jam you love. A class at Christmas, they shine like gems on your cookie plate!

Thumbprint Cookies

Soft and chewy Molasses Cookies just like grandma used to make! These are sweet and spicy with a light sugar coating and plenty of molasses in the dough.

Molasses Cookies

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