Lasagna for breakfast? Well, why the heck not? Trisha Yearwood whips this up for a big breakfast but it makes a darn good dinner, too.
These wonders of wonders are irresistible cakey donuts baked in muffin tins that are spiked with nutmeg and cardamom and rolled in melted butter and cinnamon sugar.
Mini food always makes a big statement. Tiny chicken burgers from Trisha Yearwood do just that–and they taste amazing, too.
Add this simple skillet mac and cheese, with its brilliant time-saving trick, to your dinner arsenal and you just might achieve superhero status with the kids.
A sweet smear of cinnamon goodness never hurt anything. Biscuits, toast, muffins, anything else that needs a quick and easy upgrade.
Often the first sauce we think of when we think of pasta–Bolognese is a rich, meaty, tomatoey sauce that is as comforting as it is satiating.
With a container full of this cheesy dough, you can roll out crisp bread sticks at a moments notice–but don’t say we didn’t warn you!
These beauties aren’t unlike classic sugar cookies in terms of ease and appeal. They’re just a little richer and a lot less expected.
If a trip to Hogsmeade isn’t in your future, you can whip up a sweet little batch of Butterscotch Beer to tide you over. It’s magical.
This isn’t your typical butter pecan ice cream. A creamy, custardy, ice cream base filled with perfectly shattered bits of pecan brittle isn’t exactly typical, is it?