The ultimate chocolate chip cookie is dense and chewy, not too cakey, with crisp edges and chocolate chunks throughout.
Think of snacks as mini-meals; these nibbles are more than just filler - snacks account for almost a third of kids’ total caloric intake, providing a great opportunity for a nutritional boost. Toast to the rescue! It's easy, versatile, and kids can make it themselves.
Breakfast for dinner can be a lifesaver at the end of a long day, or when you need something good to go. Here are five quick ideas, beyond a bowl of cereal!
It's Super Bowl weekend! A batch of warm corn fritters doused in spicy honey butter is about as good as it gets - whether or not there's a game on TV. With these on the table, everyone may just forget about the game.
Sloppy Joes served in cheesy burrito bowls are perfect for a busy weeknight - and were an instant hit at our house.
This simple chocolate cake is whizzed together in the blender - and can be easily dressed up for the holidays!
Her creative recipe modifications that cater to fussy palates and dietary restrictions make cooking from this book a breeze.
There are few meals that deliver such high rewards for minimal effort than a roast chicken. Best of all, every bird comes with a free batch of homemade stock, perfect for chicken soup.
Katie Sullivan Morford is the creator of the successful blog “Mom’s Kitchen” and this is her…
Canned beans purée more smoothly to add to cake, loaf and muffin batters – here, black beans are masked with cocoa to make healthier chocolate cupcakes.
Trying to get more veggies into your family's diet? Winter squash - think butternut, acorn and hubbard - is delicious in a batch of muffins.
These tasty bars can be made using any type of jam or preserves – or try them with mincemeat or leftover cranberry sauce, spiked with a bit of orange zest.
Cooked split red lentils cleverly disguise themselves as oats in these easy yet festive cookies.
Puréed white kidney beans boost fibre and protein in these soft and gooey cinnamon buns, without sacrificing their texture.