Everyone loves homemade bread, and we love all of these recipes! Just in time for fall. Decadent and delicious, this garlic and cheese-flavored pull-apart bread is sure to please everyone in your family. Perfect for an appetizer, we think this rosemary focaccia bread sounds like an absolute crowd-pleaser. It looks as good as it tastes! A classic, pretzel bread is perfect for everything from sandwiches to eating on its own, and this recipe looks .
While we all know that eating big meals before bed is not a good idea, sometimes it’s impossible to get your kids to sleep without giving them a little snack. Here are six options that are simple to make and will satisfy that craving without ruining their appetites for meals! Chips at bedtime? Your kids will love them! These baked apple chips are both healthy and delicious, for kids and adults. While these graham .
It’s that time of year again — time for the Starbucks fall/winter drinks! For people who don’t want to spend $5 a day but do want their specialty drinks, here are seven tried and true delicious copycat recipes. This recipe claims to be an exact replica of the Starbucks Cinnamon Dolce Latte — we hope so! We can’t wait to try this delicious copycat (and save money at the same time)! Who doesn’t love the .
With summer winding down, it’s a great time for trifles — delicious layered desserts, most of which don’t take much work at all. Whether they be for your family or the dessert at a cookout, all of these tried and true recipes are sure to please! Who doesn’t love cherries and chocolate? Best served chilled, this decadent trifle can be made with any fruit (but we think cherries are the best choice, too). Lemons .
Whether you’re making lunch for your little ones or dessert for your family, these zucchini recipes are sure to please, even for those who don’t want to eat their vegetables! These cheesy zucchini tots are loaded with shredded zucchini, bread crumbs, and cheese, which makes them the perfect appetizer. Serve with marinara sauce for an extra kick. Loaded with garden fresh zucchini, and a cinnamon sugar swirl, this incredible zucchini bread will have you .
Whether you are planning a cookout or just need an easy dinner idea, try a twist on a regular hot dog recipe that is yummy and will definitely be a crowd pleaser. Carolina style hot dogs are covered in a beefy chili, creamy homemade cole slaw, and onions. Ketchup and mustard are optional. Dallas is the home of the chicken fried steak, and we couldn’t resist this recipe with the same technique on hot dogs. This .
Step outside the apple box – try pears in scones, tarts, crisp, and more recipes instead! You’re sure to find a favorite pear recipe in this collection, and when you do, you’ll be thinking “apple who?” Here are a 4 ingredient super simple maple vanilla baked pears that are cooked until warm and soft, completely infused with maple and vanilla, and topped with crunchy granola. Loads of fresh pear is speckled throughout to ensure you get some in .
Keep cool with these kid-friendly slushy recipes that are perfect for sharing with friends & family on hot, sunny days. This simple two ingredient recipe combines frozen watermelon and lemonade for a delicious, refreshing frozen beverage! You can use whatever frozen fruit you like for these. Get a bag of three different kinds of berries or even a tropical mix of fruit. Pick your favorite kinds and you’ll love the result! .
With grilling season in full gear and the 4th of July celebration this weekend, try these Triscuit appetizers with tasty toppings that were made for summer nights. If you love Reuben sandwiches, you’re going to LOVE Reuben Dip. It’s all the same ingredients but mashed up in a pan and baked until hot and bubbly. Here’s a healthier alternative to traditional pizza, since Triscuits are made from whole grains and they have lots of yummy .
If you’re going on a road trip, you need these recipes! Find some that you love and enjoy them on your trip. Maybe eating them will stop the “are we there yeeeeetttt?” for 5 minutes! This nut & pretzel mix is a real “keeper”—not just because it tastes so good, but also because it’s quickly made from ingredients that most of us have on hand. A savory mix of roasted nuts with sun-dried tomatoes .