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Candy has a place, but so do these fun snacks. Be the house all the neighborhood moms remember by considering these healthier Halloween snacks to pass out!
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Getting your hands on the perfect Thanksgiving turkey is going to be tougher this year.
Easter brunch, solved. These spring-inspired recipes will make planning your holiday meal almost effortless.
This year, skip the restaurant and create your own romantic night in.
Throw the ultimate New Year's Eve bash right in your own home with these deliciously festive dishes and drinks.
Whether you’re kicking off Dry January early or just want to enjoy the festivities without the impending next-day hangover, you don’t want to miss these creative mocktail recipes.
This extra-easy cooking technique lets you cook your turkey and stuffing at the same time – and it's so easy, you'll want to make this dish a holiday tradition.
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Move over, mains – when you put these standout clean side dishes on your holiday table, they just might steal the whole show.
Can't decide what to serve as the heart of your holiday celebration? Try one of these clean main dishes, all of which are made to wow guests.
Grab your apron, because you're going to want to bake every one of these incredible holiday treats.
Struggling to find a gift that isn't bland, basic or boring? These uncommon gifts are so much fun, you'll have as much fun picking them out as your giftees will using them.
If you've ever wanted to dine on the most memorable holiday recipes from classic TV shows' best seasonal episodes, we've got you covered.
You've tried turning leftover mashed potatoes into latkes – take your kitchen creativity up a notch and try these dinner-ready pancakes.
Managing your daily life is hard enough throughout the year, but the holidays can have you extra-stressed. Don’t let burnout get the best of you – find out how mental health experts advise navigating the holiday season to keep your mental (and physical) health well.
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The holidays bring an influx of high sugar, refined carb treats and alcohol, but this is your reminder that you can still enjoy your favorite holiday goodies while keeping your health a priority and inflammation under control.
Wondering how you can take an entire frozen turkey from rock hard to ready for the oven? This surefire thawing method is as simple as it is safe.
Whether you have a table full of vegans and vegetarians, flexitarians or carnivores, Justin Cucci, Executive Chef of Vital Root restaurant in Denver, Colorado, and author of "The Edible Beat” cookbook, offers these easy tips and satiating alternatives for a happy and healthy holiday.
It's easy to get caught up in the holiday chaos—but you don't have to. Here are five simple ways to carve out some much-needed "you" time.
When seasonal stressors threaten your holiday cheer, these practices can help bring back the merry.
Feeling caught in the holiday frenzy? Take a minute to try one of these surprising tactics that’ll help you feel more sane—immediately.
Enjoy yourself without dreading the aftermath this holiday season.
Pack your bag with these holiday wellness remedies to fight back against travel-related issues from indigestion to jet lag.
Your guests are going to love this stunning holiday meal peppered with super easy chef tips for an elevated menu. After all, we’ve earned an upgraded celebration this year. We're here to help you make it extra special.
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This holiday crackle is the perfect sweet and salty treat — without added sugar or traditional flour.
These easy scones are made without traditional flour, making them the perfect gluten-free breakfast (or brunch) treat.
Liven up any gathering with this gingerbread roll that can be made in advance and refrigerated until guests arrive.
If you’re looking for the appeal of a deep-fried appetizer without any frying at all, these just might become your go-to option. Panko makes the exotic vegetable fries deliciously crunchy, while the cool, creamy, cashew-based dip adds a fresh, bright note.
Corn and zucchini are sweet partners in golden fritters with a salty edge from tangy feta cheese. They’re great for nibbling with cocktails or for kicking off a family-style brunch. Remember that the more liquid you squeeze out of the grated zucchini, the crispier the fritters will be, so don’t skip that step.
Normally, gratins are layered horizontally so that the sliced vegetables lie flat in the dish. This recipe literally turns that on its side — the potatoes and artichokes are standing on their edges, so you get lots of crispy bits on top and a really fancy look that’s impressive on your holiday table.
Shishitos are usually mild, but every once in a while you get a firecracker. That’s what makes this dish really fun! Blistering the beans and peppers in a skillet gives them a nice charred taste without having to toss them on the grill or under the broiler. If you can’t find shishito peppers, try multicolored mini bell peppers instead.
Flatbreads have the same broad appeal as pizza but are ideal for dolling up with sophisticated flavors. Here, a tasty homemade dough gets topped with caramelized onions, sweet squash, zesty sausage and creamy goat cheese for an appetizer that’s definitely not every day.
It's important to have healthy snack options in your arsenal during the holidays. This combo of spices and mixed nuts is the perfect good-for-you nibble to have on hand.
Heirloom carrots are a great go-to veggie for a side dish because they look gorgeous plated; plus, they’re delicious simply roasted with olive oil or coconut oil. But when you top with maple syrup and cashew cream, these carrots become next-level!
Allergen-friendly meets family-friendly in this lineup of holiday recipes. Free of gluten, grains and dairy, these dishes will satisfy even the most particular (ahem: fussy) of family members while accommodating common dietary restrictions, from plant-based to Paleo.
It might seem strange at first, but wrapping your turkey in cheesecloth as it roasts locks in the moisture for extra-juicy meat. A simple glaze made from orange marmalade and a jus made with arrowroot round out the dish without any wheat flour, which most gravies would use.
This showstopping cauliflower dish is smothered in a crowd-pleasing tahini sauce. Crunchy nuts, sweet raisins and fresh herbs lend even more taste and texture to this incredibly delicious side or vegetarian main.
Removing the backbone from the bird (aka spatchcocking) ensures the dark and light meat cooks evenly. Do it yourself with the help of our easy instructions below, or have your butcher do it for you. The turkey is marinated with a dry brine of sage, fennel, orange zest and salt for 24 to 48 hours for juicy, flavorful meat, but you can add the rub just before roasting if you’re in a rush.
The classic shrimp cocktail gets a twist with a spicy, fresh Mexican pico de gallo and baked homemade sweet potato chips.
Rosemary has been used for hundreds of years in folk medicine and aromatherapy to enhance memory and cognitive function. In cooking, its assertive flavor goes especially well with meat and root vegetables.