It's a new year and that means a chance to freshen things up in your life! Considering taking that yoga class? Or maybe you've decided to learn that language you've been meaning to make time for.
2014 was a great year for food. Just look at all the amazing new recipes that were posted on the internet this year!
Cupcakes are the perfect shareable dessert for the holiday season. Everyone gets their own miniature cake-o-goodness and let’s be honest, cupcakes are just fun to make and to eat!
We’ve found 10 deliciously cute recipes for the perfect holiday cupcakes made by some of the best bloggers on the web! Check out these recipes and find your perfect Christmas cupcake recipe.
Cake and Christmas go together like pie filling and pie. These delicious recipes will be perfect for your Christmas parties and nights at home with the family. Share these recipes with your friends and enjoy the variety of flavors and tastes you can play with! From peppermint to eggnog, cakes can vary so much that you’ll have trouble picking your favorite.
Santa isn’t the only one that gets to eat cookies on Christmas. Make yourself, your family, and your friends a delicious treat this holiday season from this selection of amazing Christmas cookie recipes we found around the web!
No matter which way you spell it (Channukah, Chanukah, Hannukah, etc.) we’re spinning the dreidel for a few new delicious dessert recipes this year just in time for Hannukah.
With a recipe for each night, you’ll be sure to bake up something delicious for the entire family. Make sure to stock up on some oil! Most traditional Hannukah desserts start with oil in order to fry up something delicious. Sufganiyah, or jelly-filled donuts are a delicious way to celebrate the Festival of Lights but that’s not all you can make. If frying isn’t your thing, try festive cookies.
As the country gears up for another winter of delicious sweet treats, we wanted to share with Solo fans a great recipe alternative to the generic sugar cookie that always seems to float around dessert table at holiday parties. Instead, spice up the dessert tray with an Italian twist on dessert with these sweet and nutty Pignoli Cookies.
Thanksgiving can be a five day celebration right? If “Black Friday” can now include Thursday, I think we can stretch a holiday weekend out a bit when it comes to something as important as dessert.
We’ve scoured the internet this year and found the five most amazing Thanksgiving dessert recipes to bake for the holiday weekend. Hope you, your friends, and your family are hungry!
It’s that time of year again. The leaves are falling, the air is chilly and our favorite meal of the season is right around the corner. Thanksgiving is a time for family to come together, but more importantly, it’s a chance to eat some really delicious food. One classic we suggest starring at your big dinner this year are our Holiday Sweet Potatoes!