Need recipe ideas? Join Caryn as she cooks and bakes for every occasion! From delicious dinners to mouthwatering desserts and delectable snacks there’s a Caryn Antonini dish for every occasion.
This classic Swiss meringue frosting is simple and quick! Using just a few ingredients, you can whip up a delicious topping that pairs really well with a light sponge or angel food cake.
These little cookies will leave people marveling at your creative talent – when really, they’re a cinch to make! They’re no-bake, and all you need are a few ingredients and a steady hand.
This is a great winter salad that is quick and easy to make. The blended textures and flavors create a unique and tasty dish.
This is an incredibly easy treat to make – and a wonderful, delicious gift!
This is a delicious Spiced Ginger Cookies recipe!
The bold flavor of the pepper jack cheese really complements the sweet cornbread. It’s great served with turkey, chicken, chili or simply on its own!
My youngest son originally made this cranberry sauce in preschool and brought home a jar for Thanksgiving dinner.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.