Just a half an hour in the oven, with a little stirring and mixing in between, and you’ve got yourself a batch of the best tasting granola, personalized to fit your own taste buds.
This is a wonderful recipe for these last few chilly nights of the season, and perfect for feeding a crowd. Serve it with crusty bread or crumbly cornbread for a real treat.
These cupcakes come out of the oven bubbling and sizzling, with oozy browned cheese, gooey filling, and crispy pasta tips. They can also sit covered in the fridge for up to five days – I ate one for lunch every day last week!
Last weekend, I set out to blatantly copy Hugo’s signature sandwich, the Derek’s Special. The delicious, juicy chicken, the toasty bun, the melted Swiss, the salty bacon and the sweet n’ spicy honey mustard.
Homemade cornbread, when made just right, is some of the most decadent and satisfying cornbread in the history of, like, ever.
In less than an hour, these dumplings come out of the oven beautifully browned and bubbling hot. Serve these alongside vanilla ice cream, and you’ll be in seventh heaven. This one’s for you, Jim.
Traditionally, risotto is labored over for the better part of an hour. This version, however, is hands off. What begins as an odd-looking soup of stock, raw rice, sweet potatoes and kale turns into a wonderfully creamy, savory treat in only 30 minutes.
Mainstream, instant hot chocolate has become a mere shadow of its thicker, richer, REALER former self. Not to worry: I’m bringin’ sexy hot chocolate back.
Fayetteville residents have been known to drive as far as Tulsa or even Little Rock for Indian food, before Rogers and Bentonville got India Corner and Chutney’s. For me, though, 25 minutes is still entirely too far to drive for some mediocre tikka masala.
This dinner is about as hands-off as it gets, and the results make it look like you slaved all afternoon. Serve this hearty dish with crusty bread to soak up the delicious sauce, and reward yourself for all your hard work this holiday season.
With the delicious Stollen, the sweet, creamy custard and the homemade syrup, this Stollen French toast is so good, it will – for a lack of a better phrase – make you want to slap your mama.
The flavors are unlike anything you’ve had before, I can promise you. The cinnamon adds a heady, warm spice, the lemon adds the perfect zing, and the acidity is all balanced out with the addition of a good beer.
If your only experience with pot pie comes from the freezer section of your grocery store, then hang onto your socks, big fella. These pot pies will knock them off for sure. Enjoy!
These cookies are a perfect rainy day project, and they’d go perfectly on any holiday goodie tray.
The dish goes together in layers, with sweet potatoes, poblano cream, ricotta and Monterrey Jack nestling on top of one another.