In many parts of the country, it’s the sweetest time of year: strawberry season! Nick and I have been taking advantage of the super short Tennessee strawberry season (I think it ends, like, tomorrow) by whipping up big batches of strawberry jam, scones, and cookies. Looking for some delicious new ways to use your berry bounty? Click on the gallery for 10 strawberry recipes — from cupcakes to salads to popsicles — guaranteed to make your summer snacking little sweeter!
As the summer temperatures slowly climb to their sweltering highs, you can’t beat a cool glass of lemonade or iced tea. Want to add some new flavors to your summer beverage roster? Grab some ice cubes and a Pinterest-approved mason jar and click through for 10 refreshing recipes!
Is there a more classic flavor combination than peanut butter and jelly? I don’t think so. There’s no reason to limit these culinary soulmates to a life trapped between two pieces of bread: peanut and butter and jelly can take so many different (and delicious) forms. From ice cream to cupcakes to macarons, click on the gallery to check out eight innovative ways to eat PB & J!
If brunch is part of your Mother’s Day celebration plan (and let’s face it, it probably is), take the easy, delicious route and whip up a creative quiche for the occasion. Quiche is a classic brunch dish, and seriously you guys, they are so easy to make: just mix your ingredients with eggs, pour into a pie crust (store-bought is just fine), and bake. Boom. Instant grateful mom. Click through to check out 10 delish quiche recipes guaranteed to please this Mother’s Day!
Here’s the thing — I will gladly eat Mexican food every single day of the year. Thankfully, there’s a holiday tailor-made for someone like me, and that glorious day is Cinco de Mayo. This year, it’s time for something different. Instead of my signature salsa-in-a-jar-with-chips appetizer served with a Costco taquito entree, I’ll try one of these delicious and simple recipes. Educate yourself on Cinco de Mayo and take your party snacks to the next level with these nine delicious recipes. Buen provecho!
Does it get any better than pancakes? I’m a big fan of any socially acceptable way to eat cake for breakfast, and these Sunday morning treats come in so many forms: lemon ricotta, oatmeal pumpkin, stuffed Nutella, peach coconut, chocolate banana, whiskey maple(?!). My mouth is watering just typing the names of these crazy-delicious recipes. Click through to check ‘em out, and may God have mercy on your blood sugar!
I recently started making my own energy bars, and I’m blown away by how easy they are. I make mine with coconut, peanut butter, buckwheat, flax seeds, and whatever other healthy, protein-packed ingredients I find hiding in my cabinets. Most energy bar recipes are no-bake (just stir everything together on the stove top) and some just require a quick spin in the food processor and a couple hours in the fridge–they seriously couldn’t be easier to make. And in keeping with our travel theme this week, they’re perfect for snacking on airplanes or long car rides. Want to get in on the energy bar action? Click through for seven delicious, healthy recipes…
I love to cook and will eagerly tackle pretty much any recipe, but for some reason I’ve always had a bit of a mental block about cooking fish. Few ingredients intimidate me more than a salmon filet or thick tuna steak (Am I going to cook it right? What herbs should I use? Do I bake it or broil it or grill it? Heelllp!). This spring and summer I’m challenging myself to cook more fish because it’s healthy, light, and delicious. Yep, my fish fear ends now. The first step: inspiration. Let’s take a gander at 10 delicious fish recipes, shall we?
‘Tis the season for Easter candy, including the MVP of seasonal sweets, Cadbury Creme Eggs. As good as these ooey gooey treats are on their own, I went searching for recipes that transformed the humble Cadbury Creme Egg into something more, and oh boy did I find some creative incarnations: Cadbury Creme Egg Brulee, anyone? Click on the gallery for 7 recipes to make your Easter dessert spread one to remember!
Happy Macaron Day, everyone! Today is a day to celebrate the delicious, delicate, and notoriously difficult little cookie, the macaron. If you’re in Paris or NYC, you might be able to score free macarons from a famous bakery (lucky you!), but if you live elsewhere, I suggest you take the opportunity to whip up a batch of your own macarons. Are they challenging? Yes, but the result is so, so worth it. Click on the gallery above for 5 classic macaron recipes, perfect for beginners, and good luck!