This honey-cinnamon mascarpone cheese dip is perfect for fall picnics or nights around the fire. Serve with sliced apples, pears and pumpkin crackers.
This salsa is made with vegetables you likely have growing in your own garden. Roasting them until they’re slightly charred helps bring out their flavors.
Rich ricotta toast gets topped with two of summer’s shining stars: cherry tomatoes and peaches. You don’t have to choose between savory and sweet with this recipe — you get a little bit of both!
Panzanella is a quintessential summer dish that lets the freshness of sweet tomatoes shine. Crusty bread soaks up the juices from the vegetables, olive oil and garlic. Serve this as a side dish at your next cookout or as a simple summer lunch.
These recipes will help you feed a crowd on Super Bowl Sunday. They’re easy to whip up and will leave your guests feeling happy, no matter what team they’re cheering for!
This southwest cheesecake is the perfect appetizer to feed a crowd. It’s spicy instead of sweet and tastes amazing served with crackers or homemade tortilla chips.
Traditional corn casserole gets lightened up with the help of egg whites and Greek yogurt. The result is a delicious, rich side dish that tastes just as good as the original.
This is a cheesy, addicting twist on a Thanksgiving classic. The recipe’s been passed down for a couple of generations and, after you take one bite, you’ll understand why. You won’t even miss the french fried onions!
These chicken fingers are a grown-up version of a childhood favorite. They’re baked instead of fried and coated with gluten-free crackers, making this a meal you can feel good about feeding to the whole family.
This salad is inspired by the flavors from my favorite Italian recipes and features tomatoes, bell pepper, olives and artichokes. The croutons are reminiscent of garlic bread.
This addicting dip requires only five ingredients and comes together in a matter of minutes. It gets its bold flavor from a combination of curry powder and garlic salt.
These garlic fries will disappear quickly. They’re baked instead of fried, making them a healthy appetizer or side dish to serve when you’re craving something salty.