Are you looking for a fun and simple Halloween craft to make with your little ghouls? It’s time to craft up an un-boo-lievable Halloween or Day of the Dead picture frame, perfect for displaying a photo of your kiddos trick-or-treating in their adorable costumes.
Bring a little fun into your Halloween and Day of the Dead celebrations, for breakfast or brunch, with these DIY monster donuts.
Bored with your fall clothing? Jazz up a plain pair of jeans with a quick and easy glow in the dark craft technique. Inspired by Día de los Muertos (also known as Day of the Dead), these glow-in-the-dark jeans are the perfect addition to your fall wardrobe.
With a few craft supplies and some colorful adornments, you can create a traditional altar that is believed to help the souls of those who have passed on have the best death possible after the celebration is complete.
Are you decorating your front porch for Halloween and Day of the Dead this year? Give your front door a touch of macabre with this spooky skull wreath.
If you’re looking to celebrate with your own loved ones, we have found some wonderful Day of the Dead party food items for you to bring to your table.
Also known as Día de los Muertos, Day of the Dead traditions date back thousands of years to pre-Columbian times. What is the Day of the Dead, and what are some of the traditional ways to celebrate the holiday? Let’s find out.
Día de los Muertos (also known as Day of the Dead) is a Mexican holiday celebrating the lives of loved ones who have passed away. Day of the Dead decorations focus on the use of motifs like skulls and celebrated at the end of October.
Oh, to be young and experience the pure unadulterated joy of a snow day. It’s the kind of thing kids dream of — hours upon hours free from school, during which the world is blanketed in beautiful white. What snow day activities can you plan for your children?
Donuts are fantastic, but just not big enough. A few delicious bites — suddenly the one you’re eating is long gone. Not so with this giant donut cake ! You’ll have donut-y goodness for at least a few servings (unless you keep it all to yourself, which we totally understand).
Whether you’re hosting a potluck or attending one as a guest, it’s always best to plan and prepare. Here are some of our favorite potluck-friendly recipes!
Looking for that perfect party appetizer that everyone talks about for weeks afterward? Try this flavor-amazing jalapeño popper dip!
Sweetly delicious and wonderfully fragrant, this lemon plum skillet cake comes out of the oven looking like a delectable work of art.
Big and bold in presentation, this birthday cake boasts four full-size layers of chocolate cake generously frosted with a whipped chocolate frosting that starts with a ganache.
This whimsical mermaid bark is ideal for a party or beach-themed event with its swirls and scallops of purple, white and pink, dotted with shimmer candies and sprinkles.
Your new favorite chocolate cupcake recipe is right here! These German chocolate cupcakes are moist and tender, with a luscious chocolate frosting crowned by a sweet coconut pecan topping.
Craving a buttery, sweet, crunchy nosh? Our homemade caramel popcorn can’t be beat! It’s addictive, easy to make and ready in less than an hour.
Turkey is probably not the first meat that comes to mind when you think of of Asian food, but these tasty turkey meatballs with Asian-style dipping sauce prove that they are actually the perfect pair.
If you’ve never imagined beer and cheese together, let this pale ale corn dip be your “gateway food” to many more such combinations.
These adorable DIY fabric-covered flowerpots are make for some truly thoughtful gift for Mother’s Day or a birthday — or, really, for anyone on any occasion! They’re easy to make, and are an affordable craft, too.
Cake pops make any celebration more festive! This white chocolate and vanilla version is an especially fun, sweet surprise for a birthday, Valentine’s Day, or any other kind of party.
Nothing says love like waking up to the sweet, warm scent of homemade waffles wafting from the kitchen. And our red velvet waffles with cream cheese glaze taste like an extra helping of love!
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Here’s a collection of sweet cards you can download and share with your favorite graduate!
If your child can’t get enough of the whimsical horse with a mysterious horn on its head, this fun dessert is the one to make! We searched the world for an easy unicorn cake recipe — one that didn’t need any hard-to-find ingredients or super skills. Give it a try!
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Light as air, yet dense with chocolate decadence and a hint of coffee, these impressive chocolate souffles will make you look like an accomplished, undauntedly passionate pastry chef.
Are you looking for the secret to a totally stress-free but impressive (and delicious) spread? We have two words for you: charcuterie board.
This outrageously rich dessert joins your favorite sweet treats in heavenly layers of brownie and chocolate chip cookie dough, all lavishly covered with chocolate ganache.
Want a delicious dessert that looks like it came from a high-end coffeeshop? These white chocolate-drizzled apricot & hazelnut biscotti may look fancy, but you can make them right at home!
These incredible buffalo chicken tacos are baked in the oven, resulting in a spicy chicken filling nestled in a crispy taco shell smothered in bubbly cheese.
We have combined all of the zesty tastes and textures that you love in your favorite Mexican dishes (like nachos) in adorable, easy-to-serve cups.
These mini apple are roses a veritable feast for the eyes and the taste buds! They may look fancy, but they’re surprisingly simple to make with just a few leftover apples and some puff pastry.
These rich, creamy sea salt vanilla caramel twists feature caramel that’s made by gently heating whole cream, butter and sugar until the mixture forms soft, chewy squares of caramelized bliss.
A favorite for potlucks and luncheons, deviled eggs have been around forever. That doesn’t mean they have to be boring, though! Here are 20 delicious ways to make them.
Our cardamom grapes wrapped in blue cheese and pistachios are an easy and elegant way to add a touch of sophistication to your next gathering.
If you’re looking for something a little different to serve for dessert this Thanksgiving, you must try this elegantly-glazed, deliciously-spiced Pumpkin Bundt cake.
Our practically perfect pecan pie recipe is made with a light corn syrup , making it sweet and flavorful but allowing the taste of the nutty toasted pecans to shine through.
One sip of this aphrodisiacal chocolate espresso martini and you’ll both be hooked — even obsessed — and tempted to drink more than one!
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Our spicy mini bacon cheeseballs are the perfect appetizer for every kind of party!
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If you’re looking for a dish that your family, friends and potluck guests will devour — and then beg you for the recipe — put this comfort-food King Ranch chicken casserole on the table.
Combine complementary flavors in this pomegranate thyme bubbly rosé cocktail for a delicious drink!
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Our sweet and fruity faux champagne is not only delicious, but also much more affordable than champagne or sparkling wine.
Ready to unleash your artistic side this Valentine’s Day? Even if you’re just remotely creative, you can impress your family and friends with these to-die-for heart-shaped brownie cutout cookies!
What’s better than a heart-shaped brownie? A homemade heart-shaped brownie sandwich filled with a luscious raspberry buttercream frosting!
Try this pumpkin spice cheesecake on a ginger oatmeal cookie crust, covered with a thick coating of honey bourbon caramel sauce, and dotted with toasted pecans.
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If you’ve ever wanted a delicious apple dessert — but something that’s not apple pie — check out these collection of amazing apple desserts.
Some of the best gifts at any time of year are those you can eat. That holds true for these tasty, quick mini cranberry bread loaves!
There is nothing quite as deliciously decadent as a cheesecake — and this creamy, chocolaty mocha cheesecake is no exception!
These holiday spiced nuts are a peppy variation on traditional seasonal flavors. If you love a treat that is salty, sweet and savory with a flavor punch, this one’s for you!
From the powdered-sugar exterior to the surprise of the flavorful interior, biting into any variety of a no-bake snowball cookie is pure pleasure.
Here’s a treat one of our blogger friends made for us, using a recipe inspired by the incredibly-popular frosted Swig sugar cookies, from Utah’s Swig & Sweets chain. Give ’em a try!
Made with fresh cranberries and enhanced with a hint of vanilla, they are crispy, golden brown and buttery — then topped with a coating of smooth chocolate and crunchy pecans.
Do you love classic snickerdoodles, but yearn for an update that makes this holiday cookie even more irresistible? Then we have a holiday recipe for doodle cookies you will love!
Putting a chocolate Kiss on top of something already so delicious rockets this caramel-peanut butter cookie to the sweet stratosphere.
In chocolate-peppermint pots de crème, cream is infused with the flavor of fresh peppermint, while white chocolate ganache and dark chocolate meet to satisfy any chocolate lover.
Here, we have gathered up 10 of the gooiest, tastiest and most fun-to-make no-bake Christmas cookies! These easy treats also make great gifts.
This luscious pie offers a delectable combination of apples and cranberries, creating a punch of festive flavor and color.
Nothing conjures up images of a lovely fall day better than brightly-colored leaves — which makes these maple leaf cookies the perfect autumn treat!
This light and fluffy Italian cream cake recipe combines a few simple ingredients to create a made-from-scratch taste experience that you and your family will savor.
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For at least a century, apple pie has been considered our country’s favorite pie. To help you choose most scrumptious dessert to make, we gathered eight of our favorite apple pie recipes.
These profiteroles with their spicy, chocolaty cannoli filling make for a sensational autumn or winter dessert, and can be offered alongside — or instead of — traditional holiday desserts.
If you’re looking for a grand finale for your Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner, these gorgeous pumpkin spice cakes may be just the finish you need!
These cranberry champagne Jello shots are spiked with champagne, so you can feel fancy while indulging in a little treat!
Don’t let the name of this recipe fool you — this apple pie version of the famous “dump cake” is a delicious and sophisticated addition to your family gathering!
Peanut brittle is a classic holiday candy that has been beloved for generations. Crisp and nutty, this candy is found on millions of cookie and candy platters around America during the month of December.
Sugar cookies are a Christmastime staple. What holiday dessert bar would be complete with out some delicious, icing frosted, sprinkle covered, fun cutout shapes!
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This year, skip the usual pies, and serve this indulgent twist on apple pie! A butterscotch apple cream pie will be the perfect finale to an amazing dinner.
These pumpkin snickerdoodle cookies are soft and chewy — everything you love in a good snickerdoodle, but with a pumpkiny flavor twist!
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Serve up these adorable and delicious mini fruit-filled pies at your Thanksgiving Day feast! These pies will be a huge hit with guests, and save you the trouble of cutting slices, because each person can just grab their own.
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