The famous kitchen sink cookies–so good and yes, salty and sweet like the traditional kitchen sink cookies you’ve had.
With just a handful of ingredients, these chewy peanut butter chocolate bars are always a hit.
A simple Shepherd’s Pie to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Packed with veggies, beef and homestyle mashed potatoes.
For me, this is a fancier 30 minute meal since I’m using wine. This Sausage and Red Wine Pasta is a simple and you’ll for sure have seconds.
What do you do with all of the leftover turkey from Thanksgiving or Christmas? Make this simple pot pie. Check out this recipe for the easiest tips to make “homemade” a piece of cake.
Holiday Snack Mix Squares are crunchy, chocolatey and marshmallowy. Perfect for a Christmas movie night treat!
This Squash and Quinoa with Cranberries side will stand out from the other holiday dishes since it’s nice and cold. The flavors really come alive.
Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Brown Sugar Walnut Crust is the perfect Thanksgiving side. With a little cayenne pepper, all spice and maple syrup– give your guests what they want!
These Halloween Sugar Cookie Cups are perfect for the holiday and use precut sugar cookie squares. Easy peasy!
I mean it! This is the easiest chili with just a handful of ingredients, it screams fall. I also put a favorite side recipe in this post to pair it with.