Show off spring's harvest of new potatoes with bright flavors. These young potatoes have tender skins, so roast them unpeeled. A lemon and herb-infused olive oil drizzle brings a surprisingly light citrus note to this dish. Serve the potatoes on a bed of spring salad greens for additional herbaceous flavor.
Brunch guests will love this springtime twist on traditional cinnamon rolls. Sweet lemon curd and fresh blueberries are rolled up together in our favorite yeast dough and baked farmhouse-style in a cast iron skillet. Smother the warm rolls with plenty of lemony cream cheese frosting for an ooey-gooey finish.
Move over, charcuterie. This superabundant vegetarian cheese board is so hearty and satisfying that you won’t even miss the meat. Tender baby carrots, snap peas and other favorite spring produce calls for lighter tasting cheeses with fragrant floral, fruity and citrusy flavors. Use our selected cheeses as a guide to build your board, and add on your favorite varieties. Paired with the right other ingredients, you’ll assemble an unforgettable spread.
Tender spring asparagus and fresh peas bring garden flavor to this cheesy frittata. Grab an extra carton of eggs at the farmer’s market while shopping for produce. This herby, eggy dish requires an entire dozen.
Looking for the perfect recipe to celebrate rhubarb’s short season? Look no further! Strawberry-rhubarb scones are bursting with the sweet-tart flavors of spring. Buttermilk gives them richness, as well as a moist crumb that sets them apart from other scone recipes.
Round out your springtime brunch with the ultimate light side: a garden-fresh, leafy green salad. Arugula and watercress are ideal for this healthy recipe as both are cool-weather crops harvested in spring, with a crisp, peppery flavor. Fresh orange slices, tart strawberries and sweet blueberries scattered on top harmonize well with the from-scratch orange-poppy seed vinaigrette. Sprinkle on blue cheese crumbles for a savory, creamy note.
Ice cream cones turned upside-down provide an ideal structure to assemble sweet Christmas tree cupcake toppers. Whether it's traditional greens and reds or fun, unconventional pinks and blues, any festive color palette will make these the star of the dessert table.
Frighten up your Halloween party table with this scary-cute skeleton bone cookie board. The spaces between the cookies overflow with sweet and salty treats to create an interactive, crowd-pleasing dessert display.
These colorful Halloween cookies will put a spell on partygoers with their hypnotizing swirls. The dough freezes well and has slice-and-bake convenience for easy entertaining.
No time to bake a dessert for Halloween? No problem. These adorably creepy spider web cookies require no baking and are easily assembled with just three ingredients — perfect for the kids to help make.
Give classic caramel apples a Halloween makeover by using fun-size candy bars and other chocolatey treat bag goodies as delicious decor for this seasonal fall treat.
Fall and sunflowers go hand-in-hand, so whip up a batch of these blooming beauties for your next autumn-themed party. Sunflower petals are easily created using a leaf decorator piping tip, while mini flowerpots serve as playful containers for the delicious cupcakes.
Infused with the classic flavors of fall, this hearty pumpkin apple cider can easily be prepared in minutes and will fill your kitchen with a cozy aroma that's hard to resist. Because this recipe is nonalcoholic, it's ideal for kids and adults alike.
Refreshing and oh-so-tasty, this fall sangria cocktail is perfect for sweater weather. The sweet-meets-tart caramel apple flavor develops as it chills, recreating the nostalgic taste of a classic seasonal treat.
There's no better way to welcome fall than with a batch of homemade pumpkin-maple cupcakes topped with maple frosting, a maple syrup drizzle and pumpkin seeds.