This Eggnog Bundt Cake grabs all my favorite holiday flavors! It has wonderful holiday spice and is so moist. It surely is a recipe to save for the holidays!
These homemade English Muffins are so fluffy, golden, and amazing! This is not a sourdough English Muffin recipe however, but that is the reason they are so quick and easy to make. Scratch baking isn't as difficult as one might think, and I think these English Muffins are proof! Plus, did you know that English Muffins aren't baked, they are actually pan fried? That was a fun fact I learned making these too. Enjoy this English Muffin recipe!
This lemon blueberry loaf is one I make every summer. These is nothing better than picking fresh blueberries and enjoying them in a home-baked bread! This loaf is particularly easy, and you can dress it up even more by selecting a special pan. This floral one is a Nordic Ware pan I found at Williams Sonoma, but they have tons of other fun ones available on Amazon too!
With so many closures in place, it may feel difficult to celebrate anything. However, we brainstormed and put together a whole list of fun ways you can celebrate the Easter holiday from the comfort of your own home with your immediate family!
As far as recipes go, I don't think it gets any easier than this easy quiche! This can be used for holidays, brunches, or even just as an easy breakfast to have on hand for the family for the week. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
With all this time spent at home lately, we are attempting to make the most of things with some good home cooking. Not only does some comfort food do the soul good, but it also is pretty darn affordable to make. This Alfredo sauce recipe is mostly milk, butter, and flour... all super cheap ingredients! You can make this to go with pasta, chicken, or even scoop it up with some nice warm bread. It is so creamy and delicious and I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
This vegetarian pasta salad is not only filling and delicious but it is super easy to toss together too! I included my review of the Banza chickpea pasta that my family tried and has been enjoying.
With Thanksgiving (and therefore lots of over-indulging ) around the corner, I am making extra sure to mix in some lighter meals over the next few weeks. Though with the tortellini this is surely not a 'low calorie' meal, I think it is a much healthier alternative to a pasta dish smothered in meat and a heavy-duty cream sauce! It however still hits all the fall comfort marks, and is a great vegetarian recipe. I hope you enjoy!
I am one of those people who is crazy basic for pumpkin in the fall. I look forward to pumpkin baked goods all year round, and come October 1st I unleash! This recipe is nostalgic for me because it is the one pumpkin recipe my mom made for us growing up. She is a chocolate …
This Creamy Tuscan Chicken recipe is so simple, and so worth it! I served it over mashed potatoes, and it totally hit the comfort food spot for me. This is a perfect and easy fall dinner that I hope you love!