Holiday

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It's as simple as it sounds! With only 5 minutes to prep, you can throw together this delicious side dish to accompany any protein. Tailor the levels of spices to your preference!

Posted: February 26
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This no-bake dessert lasagna is unlike anything you've ever had! Wow your guests with mouth-watering layers of Oreo crust, chocolate mousse, chocolate pudding, and whipped cream and marshmallow topping.

Posted: September 3
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Butterscotch Cookies have one goal in mind: to show off the sweet, caramelized sugar and rich, brown butter flavors of butterscotch. One bite of these cookies and you'll agree—they wildly succeed in that goal! Making Butterscotch Cookies is a literal snap, which is good because these buttery treats tend to disappear in a hurry. This dessert has a warmth and golden hue perfect for the holiday season!

Posted: December 8
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Thanksgiving recipes are passed down for generations, and for good reason: they're too tasty to forget! Mom's Cornbread Dressing combines two of the best Thanksgiving sides—sweet, hearty cornbread and earthy, moist dressing—and transforms it into a singular showcase side! Saturated with savory chicken flavors and Thanksgiving sage, it's a tender accompaniment that brings out the meaty flavors of your main course. Shhh—don't tell mom that we're sharing her recipe!

Posted: November 1
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Apple crisp is actually a relatively new invention, with the first mentions of it appearing in 1924. Maybe that feels so surprising because it's so endearingly classic! This Best Apple Crisp boasts tender, juicy, apples soaked in creamy, buttery sweetness. Topped with crunchy, spiced streusel, this dessert balances light fruity flavors with crispy satisfaction. Best Apple Crisp really is a timeless fall dish that no one can resist!

Posted: November 16
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Who can pass up coffee cake? This Award-Winning Coffee Cake is sure to be the best you’ve ever had!

Posted: August 6
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There's a good reason people go nuts for pumpkin: the delicious, sweet, and spiced flavor so perfectly encapsulates the autumn season! It warms the soul even as the afternoons grow crisp. With Melt-In-Your-Mouth Pumpkin Cookies, you can enjoy that fall taste in a delectable new form. These cookies really do melt in your mouth with their pillowy soft texture. Topped with a molasses-smoky-sweet and creamy frosting, you'll never feel like you've had enough; you'll always want just one more bite of melt-in-your-mouth perfection!

Posted: October 25
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History doesn't say who figured out that sweet potatoes pair well with the molasses smoky-sweetness of brown sugar, the holiday aroma of cinnamon, or the floral delicateness of vanilla, thus inventing Sweet Potato Casserole. No one is quite sure who convinced the world that this creamy and luscious casserole should be a side dish rather than a dessert. But we can say one thing with certainty: that person was a genius. Sweet Potato Casserole is a beloved classic of the Thanksgiving table, adding a touch of sugar that's sure to satisfy and pair perfectly with savory servings!

Posted: November 10
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Turns out, there's no historical indication that the original Thanksgiving meal (at Plymouth colony) centered around the turkey. However, by the turn of the 19th century, turkey became a popular dish to serve on special occasions for a few reasons: 1) There was no shortage of turkeys. Some estimate there were at least 10 million turkeys in America at the time. 2) A single turkey was typically big enough to feed an entire family. 3) Turkeys on a family farm were nearly always available to slaughter, unlike cows and hens (producing milk and eggs throughout their lives). This Classic Roasted Turkey is perfect! It's simple, flavorful, juicy, and is sure to please those around your table.

Posted: November 1
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Baking brie cheese brings out its full buttery and creamy taste and texture; it's no wonder baked brie has seen such a spike in popularity. Baked Brie and Cranberry Sauce take this appetizer in a new Thanksgiving direction! The richness of the brie creates a wonderful contrast to the tart sweetness of the cranberries and the crunch of toasted hazelnuts. Make sure you have plenty of crackers to serve with your Baked Brie and Cranberry Sauce because you're going to want to keep dipping into it!

Posted: November 10