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Apple Spice Baked Doughnut Holes

Apple Spice Baked Doughnut Holes

Unlike normal fried doughnuts where the “hole” is stamped out, baked doughnuts are usually made in special pans that don’t leave you with any doughnut holes! In this recipe, Amy shows us how you can make doughnut holes…in the oven…with no special pan required. After mixing together a dough laden with fresh grated apples, she drops spoonfuls into… Read More »

Homemade Raspberry Fruit Leather

Homemade Raspberry Fruit Leather

Have you actually ever looked at the ingredient list on one of those fruit snacks we used to love as kids? They’re filled with so much unrecognizable junk to scare anyone away! Ingeniously, Tracey came up with this recipe for making your own fruit “leather” at home using fresh, all-natural ingredients where you can control… Read More »

Warm Up with 8 Vegetarian and Vegan Chili Recipes

8 Vegetarian and Vegan Chili Recipes for Fall

As the weather starts to cool down and football season is in full swing, we’re busting out our large pots and slow cookers to make big batches of comforting, hearty chili. While there are the days when we like to keep things traditional with a meat chili, for Meatless Monday we’re mixing things up and… Read More »

Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter

Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter

We’ve been on a DIY kick lately with making our own horchata, feta cheese, and cold brew iced coffee. Today, we venture into the world of nut butters, following in the footsteps of this almond butter that we featured last year. If you’re family goes through jars of peanut butter like ours, then you’ll be… Read More »

Pumpkin Spice Granola Bars

Pumpkin Spice Granola Bars

Making granola bars at home is one of our favorite ways to replace store bought items with DIY treats made with our own two hands. If you’ve ever looked at the nutrition label on your favorite granola bar, you might be surprised to find how much unnecessary junk is in there! Instead, get creative with… Read More »

Ultimate Summer Fruit Cobbler

Ultimate Fruit Cobbler

When we’re looking for desserts to add to our lifelong repertoire, we like to find recipes that are flexible, allowing us to adapt and change them based on the what we have, what we love, or what we’re craving. This recipe is aptly named a Summer Fruit Cobbler (not a berry or peach cobbler) because… Read More »

Margherita Pizza Popcorn

Margherita Pizza Popcorn from 479 Degrees

Founder Jean Arnold started 479° with the mission of creating high-quality, organic, and healthful popcorn inspired by flavors from around the world but using local, organic, and natural ingredients whenever possible. The result is a line of utterly delicious flavors like Heirloom Popcorn & Sea Salt, Sea Salt Caramel, Toasted Coconut Caramel, and Black Truffle &… Read More »

Carmelitas

Caramalitas

Whether for a Labor Day cookout, after school snack, or even a late night treat, these Carmelita bars are an indulgent way to satisfy a sweet tooth craving. The best part is that they’re also uber-simple to make for a crowd! Mallory starts hers with a brown sugar oat base, which is first baked then… Read More »

Pasta alla Norma Nuda

Pasta alla Norma Nuda

Traditionally from the town of Catania on the Italian island of Sicily, this simple yet luscious “Pasta all Norma” embodies the essence of Sicilian cuisine. Since very little produce is imported into the country, the food in Sicily is inherently seasonal and this recipe showcases how versatile the humble summer eggplant can be. Named after… Read More »

Curried Quinoa and Asparagus Salad

Curried Quinoa and Asparagus Salad

On busy weeknights, we’re looking for convenient, easy, and healthful meals that help us use up everything we have in the fridge. Instead of relying on old stand-bys, take a cue from Emilie in this Curried Quinoa and Asparagus Salad which started out as a “clean out the fridge” project and ended up as something… Read More »

Spicy Baked Sweet Potato Fries

Baked Sweet Potato Fries

Laurie’s “sure bet” recipe is a godsend for anyone who’s ever tried to bake their fries and ended up with soggy potato strips. By soaking the sliced sweet potatoes before they are seasoned and baked, the fries lose some of their water-retaining starch and end up crispy and golden. The little kick comes from the… Read More »

Cheesecake Stuffed Peaches

Cheesecake Stuffed Peaches

There’s no “factory” behind this cheesecake recipe. In fact, you’re probably better off with a spoon than a fork for this one. Carla simplifies the seemingly daunting task of tackling a homemade cheesecake with a simple yet ingenious change of the cooking vessel. Instead of baking the filling in a crust-lined pan, she uses halved… Read More »

Zucchini Ribbons with Feta, Olives, and Pine Nuts

Zucchini Ribbons with Feta, Olives and Pine Nuts

Pasta night will always have a special place in our hearts – even with pasta that’s only masquerading as such! Zucchini is surprisingly easy to manipulate into a decent semblance of pasta and with the abundance packing farm stands and gardens, it’s time to get unique in using them. While it is common to treat… Read More »