Juicy chicken leg quarters with crispy skin, sweet black raspberry glaze and a little kick. Black Raspberry Glazed Chicken Legs are great served hot, or chilled for picnics.
Velvety, cheesy frittata packed with potatoes, tomatoes, scallions, greens and Italian sausage. Make it for brunch with friends, or refrigerate for breakfasts all week—and trust me, you’ll want to have this on repeat.
This light and refreshing salad packs a tangy punch, but has just enough sweetness to balance out the pucker factor. Crunchy cucumbers and onions mingle with juicy tomatoes and summery herbs to make a colorful side for family dinner, or the perfect easy pot luck dish.
Holy pho, life has been moving lightning fast lately for our family.
A simple sheet pan meal with tender chicken thighs and crunchy vegetables coated in sweet spice and umami flavors. Perfect for a big family meal, or meal planning for the week. Do you ever come home at the end of a long day and feel like you’d rather walk into a lion’s den than cook (at least you’d get in one blissful pet)…
Light and fluffy peanut butter pie deconstructed into a dip with plenty of texture from chocolate cookie crumbs and peanut butter cups. Perfect for parties and no wait time (or slicing) necessary. Today I’ve got a super simple but incredible dessert recipe for you. FLUFFY PEANUT BUTTER PIE DIP. You’re welcome. This peanut butter pie dip comes together super quickly…
Hearty steel-cut oats toasted in browned butter get the full pumpkin spice treatment with real pumpkin puree, serious spice and less sugar than your average PS treat. A batch can feed a brunch bunch, or be stored in the refrigerator for a week of healthy breakfasts. Two vital seasonal truths in my world right now: 1. Though we have left fall behind, I’m not yet finished with the pumpkin. 2…
This breakfast is just sweet enough to feel like a decadent treat, but nutritious enough to give you lasting energy to conquer your day. Warming and filling, a single batch can be portioned out to make breakfast for the whole week.
Total cook time: 45 minutes
Sautéeing garlic is one of the best ways to build a savory foundation for a dish, but I would argue the best trick up garlic’s sleeve takes a little more coaxing. That’s right—roasted garlic is where it’s at. True story: when I was little, I thought all garlic was like roasted garlic by default.