I love the holidays, because there is a never-ending list of activities you can do to celebrate. You can watch movies, decorate a tree, go caroling (tangent question: does anyone actually carol anymore?), wrap gifts, and bake cookies. Most holiday activities are done in groups, too, so they always have the potential to turn into sweet memories with the people you care about. If you're planning on having a holiday party, why not make it a cookie decorating party? Here are some tips to help you create a holly, jolly, fun time for all.
Whenever the weekend rolls around, I start planning my meals for the next few days. And when I say "meals", I really mean "dessert". This chai spice seems like the ultimate autumn dessert and I aim to make one this weekend!
From candied and cute, to savory and scary, to indulgently adult, Curbly has you covered this Halloween. That's because we've rounded up no less than 101 treats to help you start the new bewitching year off on the right foot. And, no, there are no feet on the list. Well...
We're nearing everyone's favorite summer celebration in just over a week! What are you bringing to that 4th of July brunch or barbecue? I've rounded up 10 of the prettiest and most patriotic snacks that look as cool as they do delicious! Check them out!
When it comes to do-it-yourself holiday decor, the easier, the better in my opinion. That's the case with the Curbly Ornament Challenge! These peppermint ornaments take about 60 seconds of work and you're all set. So you'd be crazy not to bust these out in your spare time!
I'm having some friends over for brunch next week, and I'm pumped about it because I rarely have the opportunity to cook breakfast for guests. It's the perfect excuse to experiment with smaller portions, and also try my hand at some new DIY projects for the table. Here are some of the clever ideas I've gathered so far.
Okay, I'm gonna go there. OMG. That about sums up my reaction when I saw Nicole's Rose Apple Tart. We can take Nicole's word for it that the tart is delicious, but there is no doubt that it is gorgeous. Thinly-sliced apples are gently layered and
Years ago, my brother-in-law and I made a gingerbread house, Christmas-style. If memory serves, it turned out pretty cute, but I haven't attempted to make another one since. However, having rounded up these haunted gingerbread (actually, most are chocolate) creations, a second attempt is in order, but for Halloween, of course. As
I've always steered clear of donut recipes because I don't have a fryer and cooking things in grease kind of freaks me out, but that doesn't mean that I don't love donuts. So when I found a baked recipe that doesn't require frying, I got kind of excited. Plus, one of the three flavors is maple bacon. I mean, really!? I'm in.
It's that time of year when apples flood the farm stands and candy corn starts showing up at the grocery store. These types of seasonal items are fun to experiment with in the kitchen - here are ten absolutely delicious recipes that you'd be crazy not to try.
Summer came and went, and now Autumn is upon us. It's now perfectly acceptable to break out the pumpkin and apple treats. Here are five apple desserts that you should make this weekend!
We all love our pets and they love us back. Why not pamper them by making their food or treats from scratch? We've rounded up 9 recipes to help you show those animals just how much you care! (Warning: Some look good enough for a human to eat!)
As father of a toddler and baby I'm always looking for fun and interesting ways to make food and cooking more appealing to them. I've found that involving them in these fun exercises has lead to them expressing more interest in our daily meal planning and preparation.
Father's Day is right around the corner (June 16th, mark your calendars!). If you're planning on making your old man a gift this year, here are 25 DIY gift ideas that are sure to make the occasion a memorable one!