Both slightly crisp and slightly soft, these homemade honey graham crackers are absolutely 100% tastier than what you can purchase at the store.
Graham crackers were a staple in my house growing up, and still are now that I’m an adult. I just can’t give them up. Just last week I introduced my three year-old to one of my favorite childhood snacks— graham crackers dipped in milk. It was just as delicious as I remember! And I think I’ve got the next generation hooked too.
Possibly the only thing that could make the snack more fabulous? Homemade graham crackers, of course! (Skip straight to the recipe)
These scones filled with fresh orange flavor and chunks of dark chocolate are extra soft and fluffy and make a perfect treat for breakfast or dessert.
When was the last time you had a scone? I’m willing to bet that whenever it was, it was at a coffee shop or bakery. While I admit I have enjoyed many scones on the go, the ones I’ve baked at home are always sooooo much better.
Homemade scones are quick and easy to make, plus extremely adaptable. You can fill them up with whatever you like really, though this particular chocolate + orange combo is my current fave. Continue Reading…
This recipe was developed in partnership with the American Butter Institute.
Macaroni and cheese— is there anything more comforting? I know it’s still January and we’re all trying to lay off the carbs, but it’s also January. It’s cold, it’s dark, and it’s starting to feel like winter will never end.
It’s time to embrace the oversized sweaters and indulge in something cozy, like mac and cheese! Continue Reading…
Most of us grew up with some version of this recipe— a super easy, homemade cousin to Reese’s peanut butter cups. These are the chocolate peanut butter bars of my childhood. They’re what I craved as a child, and what I still crave as an adult.
With just 5 ingredients, only a few minutes of prep, no baking required, and the winning combination of dark chocolate and peanut butter, this treat has just about everything going for it. Continue Reading…
Yogurt and winter fruit like grapefruit, kiwi and clementines topped with a lid of caramelized sugar makes a bright and delicious start to any day.
While it’s true that summer fruit reigns supreme, winter certainly has a nose in the game.
Clementines, tangerines, tangelos, lemons, meyer lemons, oranges, blood oranges, and grapefruit. Plus plenty of other fruits with winter growing seasons, like kiwi, pineapple and mangoes.
Winter is not just a dead zone to be endured! Continue Reading…