Modern family, meet the modern holiday cookbook: Homemade for the Holidays, from Thanksgiving.com. With more than 250 recipes, gifts and hosting tips, there’s something here for everyone!
Dare to be different this Thanksgiving and surprise your hungry holiday guests with these delicious salt and vinegar kale mashed potatoes!
Here’s a sheet-pan chicken sweet potatoes and Brussel sprouts with bacon and balsamic glaze dinner that’s a must-have in your arsenal of recipes.
Sweet potatoes are a welcome addition to any holiday gathering — but you don’t need a special occasion to serve these Roasted maple cinnamon sweet potatoes!
If comfort food is calling your name, we recommend answering with our Alton Brown inspired shepherd’s pie, a scrumptious, belly-filling meat pie topped with a billowy mashed-potato crust.
Get cookin’ with this selection of delicious and easy Instant Pot recipes that will help you create everything from main meals to appetizers to desserts without even turning on your stove.
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?
Is your inner carnivore in need of a juicy, meaty helping of fantastically-flavored beef? This garlic herb-crusted roast beef won’t disappoint!
There is no more celebratory holiday than the last day of the year. New Year’s drinks and cocktails are a staple at New Year’s Eve parties. We’ve included our best boozy beverages on this list, but there’s something for everyone, including some non-alcoholic libations.
If Applebee’s artichoke and spinach dip is one of your most-craved guilty pleasures, you’re going to love our Instant Pot copycat recipe for this amazing appetizer.
Searching for a dish that looks fancy, tastes delicious (hello, bacon!) and is easy to make? Then chicken mignon with harissa butter should be at the top of your list.
Move over sriracha and chile paste, harissa paste (and butter) are here and ready to challenge for the condiment crown.
If you frequent Mexican restaurants or find yourself chasing down Mexican food trucks in search of tongue-tantalizing Mexican fare, you’re going to love our grilled chicken and quinoa burrito bowls with avocado salsa.
Looking for creative ways to feed your family with those tasty Thanksgiving leftovers? Forget the tired turkey sandwiches. Instead, deliciously surprise them with this turkey pot pie soup.
Our smoky turkey corn chowder with bacon will make you want to roast a turkey more than once a year just so you can feast on this belly-warming soup.
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Craving a rich, fragrant stew that delectably satisfies your need for comfort food while also feeding your desire for experiencing different cuisines? Make our Moroccan chicken tagine with olives, preserved lemons and couscous and your hunger yearnings will be appeased.
This gluten-free and vegan maple pecan pie crust is the perfect addition to your next pie-baking adventure. And it doesn’t require a ton of prep — just a food processor, your ingredients, a glass pie pan and a little bit of time.
Find out how to make your own delicious homemade pumpkin spice, and infuse that flavor into these not-so-basic pumpkin spice recipes for a cozy fall feeling any time of year!
Our maple bacon roasted Brussels sprouts boast the vegetable’s nutty flavor that is delectably complemented with big bacon savoriness, naturally sweet maple syrup, a hint of tart apple cider vinegar and a tongue-tantalizing punch of grainy mustard. What’s not to love?
When your usual mashed potatoes recipe has fallen flat on the taste buds of your Thanksgiving guests, arouse their palates with our whipped potatoes and horseradish recipe.
When Halloween, Easter or another holiday leaves you with leftover candy and cookies, try this deliciously indulgent recipe for loaded cookie bars! They’re the perfect way to use up extra sweets.
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When you combine black beans with other ingredients in a food processor, something magical happens: you can’t taste the beans. In fact, black bean brownies come out fudgy, gooey, moist and delicious — exactly what you expect from regular fudge brownies.
If winter has you chilled, it’s time to put this sun-dried tomato chili recipe on your table! This warming splurge will tantalize your taste buds with tender chunks of sirloin steak and flavorful tomatoes.
More than just something to eat, fondue is an experience — a fun, tasty way to bring people together, like you will with this cheesy-beer fondue recipe!
Chili recipes vary by location, spices, prep method and ingredients! Below is a savory sampling of 12 stovetop chilis from around the food blog world.
Pasta is a versatile, delicious, comforting and economical staple in many kitchens. We’ve found 8 of the best pasta soups turned comfort soups for you to make this winter!
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Below are seven tried-and-true slow-cooker chili recipes that you can prep in the morning, cook all day, and eat when you’re ready. Boom — dinner is done!
After all the indulgence of the holidays, it’s nice to settle down with a big bowl of vegetable soup — especially when it’s cold outside. These 10 soups will help jumpstart your new year!
Don’t let the word vegan in the title make you think this is lesser version of another recipe! Every bowl of this cauliflower-onion soup is rich, hearty, full-flavored, and altogether delicious.
On a snowy night, nothing’s quite so appealing as curling up beside a roaring fireplace. Only one thing can make it even cozier: A hot toddy.
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Here’s how you can turn a little electric flicker candle into an adorable snowman tealight ornament with just a few supplies and a bit of hot glue.
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Baby, it’s cold outside — so grab your favorite blanket and mix up a huge pot of this toasty spiced mulled wine
This Peppermint White Russian is a festive, minty version of the popular cocktail! In addition to crushed peppermint, our cool version contains coffee liqueur and half-and-half.
Bottled sangria doesn’t compare to this spiced sangria with real apple cider, brandy, orange and lemon juices, and a spiced simple syrup.
Our boozy marshmallow hot chocolate is a decadent take on the classic, with Bailey’s Irish cream, coffee liqueur and amaretto for a sweet, dreamy flavor.
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The rich, sweetened cream in this rich mocha eggnog, when combined with a hot cocoa made from melted chunks of real chocolate, create delectable drink that’s sure to make anyone merry.
This pinecone owl captures the whimsy and enchantment of the holiday season!
Winter is all about peppermint! We have rounded up 20 festive recipes for mint cookies that feature that cool and refreshing taste.
Our updated version of wassail contains apple juice like its historic counterpart, but we also added tangy orange juice and sweet-tart cranberry juice for an added flavor boost.
This jolly mini North Pole in a jar craft project creates a beautiful snowy scene you never have to shovel – and it’s also a great way to display some of your favorite Christmas ornaments!
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.
Even if you’re you’re not particularly outdoorsy, this wood wreath — a creative arrangement of wooden slices, tied with plaid ribbon — will win a space in your heart.
How cute would a grouping of these pinecone Christmas trees be on your mantel, atop a special gift, or as part of a nativity crèche
Prepare to be mesmerized by a simple but different kind of holiday craft project: a glitter jar that entrances with the sparkle of the season.
If you have some lonely socks — the ones that lost their mates and ended up alone — this tube sock snowman craft project is a cool way to repurpose them!
If you’re looking for a delightful holiday craft — one that you will enjoy year after year — why not make your own snow globe?
Our three-ingredient DIY lip scrub is so simple! The sugar gently scrubs, while the coconut oil (and honey both soothe and moisturize. Here’s how to make it and to give it as a gift.
This onion soup has soul-warming staples like chicken broth, this recipe adds a touch of decadence with a hint of wine and the to-die-for creaminess of cream cheese.
Prepare to broaden your horizons with this roast squash, manchego and honey paprika dressing recipe that tastes a bit familiar and yet, not.
Pecan pie is a beloved favorite for many, but traditional pecan pie recipes are not vegan — at all. Eggs (usually multiple) and butter are mainstays of this delightful dish. Is is possible to make a vegan pecan pie worthy of your taste buds?
Cheesy, crunchy and garlicky: Could you ask for anything more from green beans? Kicking the classic green bean casserole up a notch, this Instant Pot green bean casserole recipe will have you and your fellow diners digging for seconds.
Nothing says “comfort food” like mashed potatoes — and these are like being wrapped up in a warm, fluffy blanket. Incredibly simple yet decadent, these mashed potatoes might even outshine your main dish.
Is your craving for comfort food demanding a new rendition on the usual go-to recipes? If mashed potatoes have been a long-time favorite on your comfort food dish list, you’re going to swoon over this chunky mashed potatoes recipe.
Preparing a meal and need gravy right now? How about a holiday-caliber recipe that doesn’t require cooking a turkey or a roast for hours? Here’s a mushroom herb gravy you can whip up in a flash.
This slow-cooker roasted garlic baked potato soup is about as good as soups get — a savory combo of everybody’s favorite comfort foods: potatoes and cheese.
Two of the top tastes of the holiday season in one delicious treat! The warm flavors of pumpkin and eggnog mingle gorgeously in these simple but elegant little cupcakes.
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.
When the weather outside is frightful, sipping a boozy pumpkin white hot chocolate with family or friends is deliciously delightful! Cozy up with glasses of this Kahlua-kissed pumpkin hot chocolate and enjoy your company.
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