My youngest son originally made this cranberry sauce in preschool and brought home a jar for Thanksgiving dinner. Ever since then, we’ve cooked this heavenly sauce, making it a part of our tradition. It’s much tastier than canned cranberry sauce and takes less than 15 minute to make – all in 1 pot!
This is my grandmother’s recipe and my gold standard for Thanksgiving stuffing. It is a tradition to make this in our house each year, whether we’re with family or friends.
These little bars are sinfully delicious! They do require 2 steps, to make the crust and then the topping, but it’s easy and totally worth it.
Sweet potatoes don’t need much to enhance their naturally sweet flavor. In this recipe we use a little maple syrup and butter to bring out a rich, delicious flavor.
This is a delicious savory side dish that requires just a few ingredients. The blend of parmesan, butter and roasted cauliflower make this an incredible, healthy comfort food.
Using just 3 ingredients you can whip up a punch that your little ghosts and goblins will love.
If you’re looking for a quick and delicious chicken dinner, this incredible honey mustard sauce does the trick! And the best part is that the prep time takes less than 5 minutes. Both kids and adults will love this simple, tasty recipe.
Butternut squash is a winter squash with a tough outer skin that makes for a long shelf life. When roasted, the inner flesh becomes tender and brings out an incredible flavor that doesn’t need much seasoning. In this recipe I use salt, pepper and olive oil, to keep it simple, but you may add nutmeg and cinnamon for a slightly sweeter taste.
As a young girl, I remember eating this fresh out of the oven at a neighbor’s house. It’s a simple, one bowl cake with a wonderful blend of spices that complement the plum preserves. This is a great cake for fall – perfect for breakfast or as an afternoon snack.
This recipe is a game changer. Lightly glazed with honey, maple syrup and diced bacon bits, the sprouts are a perfect blend of sweet and savory.