When you want the taste of cinnamon rolls but don’t have the time (or yeast!), enter these shortcut lovelies laced with spice and lavished with cream cheese icing.
The surest way we know to guarantee moist turkey? Brine it. Preferably with this boozy brandy-infused brine. (Hiccup.)
Tender, flavorsome, and moreish chuck roast that’s ready in half the time. Tuck it into tacos, pile it on top of rice, devour it anyway you please.
This easy-peasy marinated grilled chicken with sweet and spicy honey lime sauce is going to be on regular rotation at our dinner tables. We’re betting it will be at yours, too.
Tender seared beef, buttery leeks, and crunchy peanuts collide to make this easy weeknight meal.
Your average frosted vanilla cupcake just went next-level with the addition of salted butterscotch filling. See for yourself.
Why put cheese only inside your grilled cheese sandwich? This beauty is filled with Cheddar and coated with Parmesan, which means you get a creamy, melty interior, and a crispy exterior. Basically, a perfect grilled cheese.
Wanna outclass every other appetizer you know how to make? Try this little number. Deceptively simple. Impressive and infallible.
This old-fashioned classic dessert requires only 5 ingredients and 20 minutes of effort. No wonder it never goes out of style.
Creamy pasta. Crispy pancetta. Pan-fried Brussels sprouts. Garlicky bread crumbs. All jumbled together to create a spectacular meal.
A streusel-sprinkled coffee cake that lives up to its namesake ingredient thanks to an espresso-laced ribbon through the cake. This cakey brilliance is brought to you by Edd Kimber.
Simple. Modest. Perfectly proportioned. And just like you’ll find in Manhattan. Swear. And a family project that’s just time-consuming enough to distract but not so tedious as to deter.
This easy pork tenderloin that’s smothered in salty-sweet fig and mustard sauce is one more reason to love your air fryer.
It’s everything we love about sopa seca, from the toasted spaghetti to the spicy tomato sauce, made easier and more convenient with a multicooker.
A marinade of soy sauce, stout, onion, and garlic takes your average roast chicken dinner to new heights.
This easy, make-ahead casserole is loaded with eggs, cheese, bread, ham, and plenty of vegetables. Breakfast just got a whole lot more interesting.
With plenty of chicken, fresh vegetables, herbs, creamy sauce, and a cheesy panko topping, this modern spin on the classic casserole is certain to be a new favorite.
If you’ve got some time, patience, and access to a smoker, homemade smoked Portuguese sausage is within your reach. Go on. Impress your friends.
A healthy-ish riff on the beloved New England soup that’s made entirely in your multi-cooker. Plus, there’s bacon.
This easy-to-make, more-ish snack just earned its rightful place on our Super Bowl menu.