Trimming the tree gets new meaning when it comes to decorating these adorable cheesecake pops. Freezing the cheesecake slices overnight is the key to easy dipping. Which tree is your favorite — classic, rainbow lights, white lights or snowy?
These giant, saucer-sized cookies are packed with festive candies, peppermint chunks, salty pretzels and white chocolate chips, so they really live up to their name. Serve them as part of a cookie swap, for dessert on Christmas Day or as the special treat left for Santa — with a really big glass of milk!
All the flavors in a Spicy California roll without the rice! These spicy Crab Stuffed Avocados are filled with lump crab, cucumbers and spicy mayo topped with furikake and drizzled with soy sauce.
This Omelet Tortilla Breakfast Wrap takes a classic omelet and cooks it with a tortilla right in the skillet. Then simply roll it up and you have an easy on-the-go breakfast.
This easy, homemade, baked mac and cheese recipe adds broccoli to the mix, a great way to sneak veggies in a kid’s favorite dish! It’s also lightened up, so less calories than traditional mac and cheese.
These golden and crispy deep-fried steak strips are what happens when chicken-fried steak meets chicken fingers. We like them dipped in a homemade “fry sauce” or bottled cocktail sauce, but ranch dressing would be great too.
These Buffalo Chicken Egg Rolls, filled with shredded boneless chicken breast, carrots, scallions, hot sauce and blue cheese make the perfect appetizer! Bake them in the oven or air fryer!
You can never go wrong with a comforting, chunky chili!
If you love Spanakopita, these cheesy stuffed peppers are a must.
This delicious Cauliflower Gnocchi is made with cauliflower instead of traditional potatoes. No need for a Trader Joe’s run – make them from scratch with just three ingredients!