As the weather takes a turn for the worse, a sweet indulgence—especially one with a balmy island vibe—soothes the soul. These cookies made with Sugar In The Raw Organic White® fit the bill.
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Let's face it, when you've had the oven going nonstop, you're ready to give it (and your tired feet) a rest. That's where this simple, no-bake trifle comes in.
Eating well just got easier thanks to Plated, a new chef-designed meal delivery service. These fresh, hand-packed meals feature seasonal local produce; antibiotic-free meat with no added hormones; and domestic, sustainably sourced seafood. Just choose your meals, select your delivery date, and follow the step-by-step recipe card to prepare the perfectly pre-portioned ingredients for easy, at-home dining in about 30 minutes.
A go-to during the holidays, candy bark is the kind of sweet treat no one should live without.
Entertaining during the holidays can be stressful on the host when planning what to serve. Luckily, eggs and holiday entertaining are closely linked. Doesn't matter if you're making a breakfast casserole or embarking on a cookie-baking rampage or gathering your friends and family for a cocktail party, eggs can be a life-saving ingredient.
Double chocolate cheesecake that's a double whammy: this recipe is easy and impressive. With a chocolate granola crust, this sultry, smooth chocolate cheesecake comes together in a snap.
These lovely cookies are sweetened with eco-conscious Monk Fruit In the Raw—made from vine-ripened monk fruit.
You wouldn't dream of giving lackluster gifts (socks, anyone?), and you don't want to be the host who trots out predictable, uninspired fare year after year. Lucky for you, our recipes featuring Mrs. T's Pierogies will help you showcase your kitchen creativity, ensuring that your feasting table is the most memorable of them all. And because it's the time of the year for giving, we're is giving away one free Sunday Funday kit, plus a $100 Amex gift card for anything else you need to spread the love and good tidings.
These gingersnap sandwich cookies, which are made with Sugar In The Raw, cradle lemon-laced buttercream filling and manage to improve the old classic.
Holiday cookie season is upon us, and that means it's time to break out the baking supplies and whip up some favorites. From their Lambertville, New Jersey kitchen, Canal House's Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa Hamilton show us how to prepare irresistible ginger snaps studded with currants that are perfect for your next cookie swap, or to bag up for party favors at your next get-together.
Sure, this time of year, everyone's breaking out the bubbly, but if we had to pick one perfect beverage to get us through the winter holidays, we'd probably go with craft beer—particularly lager. (Especially since today is National Lager Day, a day to celebrate the wonderful world of craft lagers!)
The holidays wouldn't be the same without the time honored tradition of family baking. We're talking cookies, cakes, pies and even candy, all made in kitchens across the country to spread a little holiday cheer. Some of us go all out, spending hours over the counter perfecting our claim-to-fame sugar cookie recipe, while others need a little more help—or even time—for our baking traditions.
Hack Your Holiday Party: Your Guide for Throwing a Quick and Classy Cocktail Party Without Breaking the Bank
The holiday season is arguably the busiest time of the year. While it's great to gather with friends, between all the planning, shopping and cooking, pulling off a holiday party can seem daunting. Not to worry! We have your back.
When you're hosting friends and family during the holidays, you want to make something elegant for dinner. That said, the easier it is to make, the better. This recipe for succulent braised chicken thighs in a white wine sauce with dried fruits is perfect for when you want to enjoy the party as much as your guests. And best of all, the ingredients can be purchased for a great price at your local ALDI store.
Holiday baking season has arrived—from cookie swaps to parties to baking for Santa - there are endless opportunities to flex your muscles in the kitchen throughout December. Given busy schedules, you may be thinking there's no time for an exacting thing like baking, but think again! All you need are some handy tricks to help you get your bake on. At the very least, if these easy-to-use baking hacks don't change your life, they'll up your cookie exchange game—guaranteed.
Indulge guilt-free with these sweet, chewy macaroons made with a mix of no-calorie Stevia In The Raw and Sugar In The Raw Organic White®.
Since 1930, home cooks have turned to Better Homes and Gardens® New Cook Book for guidance in the kitchen. This year, a new edition is hitting bookstores with more than 1,200 recipes, 1,000 color photos, and more tips and how-to information than ever. Along with the best recipes for favorite foods, this indispensable volume offers information on new cooking trends and fresh ideas, a new fruit and vegetable guide with ID photos, expanded coverage of canning, and much more. Whether you're setting up your first kitchen or hosting a holiday with friends and family, you'll find everything you need in this must-have companion.
When Thanksgiving is over, how do you mix it up and bring new life into your leftovers? Potpie, soup and tetrazzini are all good, yet familiar, ways to use up Thanksgiving turkey. When you've got a lot to spare, tried and true preparations can get old fast. Enter these "wet" breakfast burritos, which combine shredded, leftover turkey with fluffy, green chile-flecked scrambled eggs, mashed black beans and sharp cheddar cheese inside flour tortillas.
The holiday season is a time to share gratitude with those you care about through gatherings and memorable meals. But with all the attention focused on the big feast, eating positively can often fall by the wayside. We wanted to find some ways to stay grounded and well during the season's hustle and bustle, so we spoke with Toby Amidor, an RD and nutrition expert to promote healthy holiday eating habits centered on real, pure foods.
Thanksgiving is the most important meal of the year. Your fridge is stocked, the house is clean, and the game plan is down. Don't let the drinks trip you up at the finish line.