Trust us when we tell you this cake is about as unfussy as it gets. An hour from start to finish, no tricky ingredients and a taste reminiscent of an old-school boxed cake mix.
One of the best red-sauced pizzas we’ve ever slung as well as one of the easiest. It just may ruin takeout pizza for you.
Rose Levy Beranbaum’s cherry ice cream is a smooth, sophisticated, boozy delight and proves that ice cream isn’t just for kids.
Seeming more indulgent than they actually are, these sweetly cinnamony oats will get everyone up and at ’em. Even the most morning resistant among us.
Homemade bread that’s healthy but doesn’t taste it. Light, airy, and appealing even to kids, this is the recipe you’ve been seeking.
A classic, revised for weeknights, yet it retains its richly spiced broth that’ll keep you coming back for more. It’s just quicker for anytime indulging.
An uber-quick and less traditional approach to chicken enchiladas gets you a tasty dinner, weeknight or not. The secret? Your toaster oven.
Got ham? This French classic typically draws on duck confit but is just as sublime when used to disguise leftover ham.
King Arthur Baking knows a thing or three about dough. Their recipe for gooey, cinnamon-sugared sticky buns proves it.
Japanese-style braised pork is a pretty hands-off way to make an exceptionally tasty dinner. And we hear it’s even better the next day.