Blueberries are loaded with antioxidants and are believed to benefit your brain—a perfect ingredient for homemade granola bars for a quick breakfast on the go.
Lemon meringue pie is a classic. Tart, tangy filling, soft, fluffy meringue and sunshiny flavours. We vote that this pie should be made year-round.
One of the great things about potstickers is their versatility—you can really make the filling out of anything. Kids have fun helping out—set out a bowl of filling, a dish of water and a pile of wonton wrappers, and they'll keep busy helping you get dinner on the table.
These mild chocolate, brilliant red cakes are a hit at parties no matter what the occasion, and they're easy to make at home. Most red velvet cupcakes are topped with a swirl of cream cheese frosting—if it's not your thing, try vanilla or chocolate buttercream.
Take your sloppy Joe out of the bun and into a soft tortilla bowl with this fun spin on the classic. Taco seasoning mix gives them a bit of a kick and there's plenty of melty cheese lurking underneath the beef.
These spiced nuts are completely addictive with a sweet-salty crunch and just a bit of heat.
Is French toast the perfect brunch item? All signs point to yes. Take it one step further with homemade whipped cream and a raspberry puree.
The ultimate chocolate chip cookie is dense and chewy, not too cakey, with crisp edges and chocolate chunks throughout. The way it should be.
Check out your new fave party trick. These spooky treats are made with store-bought doughnuts, making them such a simple but scary Halloween dessert!
Real, from-scratch spinach ricotta gnocchi from the talented Emily Richards, from her new book Per la Famiglia.