47 in collection
Get cozy this fall with comforting soups, stews, and braises. Then celebrate together with fun and festive recipes for Halloween and Thanksgiving.
Oven-Roasted Tomato-Garlic Soup
Roasting tomatoes enhances their original sweetness while roasting garlic mellows it out, making this 5-ingredient lunch or dinner low on ingredients but high on flavor.
Skull Cheese Ball
Amp up your entertaining this Halloween season to impress kids and adults alike with a skull-shaped cheese ball, using olives for eyes and almond slivers for teeth.
Fall Kale Salad with Pears and Pumpkin Seeds
Nothing screams fall like a kale salad massaged in lemon-Parmesan dressing, topped with shaved in-season pears, red onion, and crunchy pumpkin seeds. Omit the Parmesan for a vegan meal.
Louisiana Barbecued Shrimp
Dress up shrimp in this tangy Southern-style sauce and sop up the extra juices with baguette chunks in a dinner that’s done in under 15 minutes.
Slow Cooker Pork Paprikash with Egg Noodles(with video)
Prepare this slow cooker dump dinner in the morning and come home to a ready-to-eat meal of tender pork pieces in a paprika and sour cream sauce.
Ultimate Thanksgiving Leftovers Pot Pie(with video)
This savory pie utilizes all those Thanksgiving leftovers in the fridge. Bake it until golden brown and serve with cranberry sauce or extra gravy.
Chocolate–Peanut Butter Spider Cupcakes
Cake mix and store-bought frosting are enhanced to create creepy yet cute Halloween spider cupcakes that will impress a crowd.
Transform peeled clementines into mini pumpkin look-alikes with celery stems for a cute and healthy Halloween treat.
Eyeball Cake Pops(with video)
Wow your guests this spooky Halloween season with these delicious no-bake cake pops utilizing store-bought donut holes.
Just two simple ingredients transform into the easiest kid-friendly Halloween treat in 10 minutes flat.
Sweet and Salty Witch Hats
Just three ingredients turn into a chocolaty witch hat for an easy, fun Halloween dessert.
Baked Pear Dumplings(with video)
Why should apples have all the fun? Pears get in on the dumpling action too by being filled with cinnamon, sugar, and butter and then wrapped in dough to golden perfection.
Instant Pot Pear Butter
Reducing fruit into a jam-like consistency is a breeze thanks to the Instant Pot. Spread pear butter on biscuits, toast, or even pancakes.
Harness the sweetness of seasonal pears into a beautiful yet easy upside-down cake that will impress guests and family.
Baked Risotto with Spinach and Broccoli
A vegetarian mash-up of a creamy risotto and the family-favorite broccoli and cheese, this baked risotto dinner comes together minus the usual constant stirring.
Classic Beef Stew with Carrots and Potatoes
This hearty dish of red wine–based beef stew brimming with carrots and potatoes will feed the entire family for dinner or do double duty as an entrée for entertaining entrée.
Instant Pot Spicy Chicken Mole(with video)
A Mexican classic of mole is made easy thanks to the help of an Instant Pot. Used for tacos in this recipe, the pulled chicken is also great stuffed into quesadillas, tossed into a salad, or served with rice and beans.
Lasagna Soup(with video)
You may never return to baked lasagna after trying this soup version that is a quicker, easier, and lighter take on the original. A twist of pesto stirred into the ricotta turns this into a next-level meal.
Showing 1-18 of 47
Discover even more hand-selected collections here! We’ve curated the season’s best, just for you!
4th of July
Fireworks will be flying and appetites satisfied this Independence Day when you serve festive, full-flavored dishes.
Hanging by the pool? Don't forget to take your sunscreen and one of these fruity and refreshing concoctions. Yum!
One of the best parts of summer is the classic cookouts. Every time you are with friends and family, there seems to be a cookout happening. Here are some new recipe ideas to inspire you on what to bring to the next one!
An error occurred