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Žerbo Hearts

A quick no-bake treat made from a few ingredients. I didn't use any sweetener at all, but if it's not sweet enough for you, cut back on the jam and add a little good quality honey.
Recipe preview Raspberry Valentine's Muffins

Raspberry Valentine's Muffins

A cup recipe for Valentine's muffins filled with fresh raspberries.
Recipe preview Halloween biscuits

Halloween biscuits

A fun and easy recipe for making and decorating Halloween biscuits for kids.

Halloween pizza

With this recipe you will make happy all the children who are already preparing for the party. Delicious, beautiful and fun.

How to make Cheesy Creamy Pasta

This recipe for creamy pasta is a quick and easy dish that's perfect for any day of the week. The creamy sauce is made with just a few simple ingredients, and complements the pasta perfectly. You can add some chicken, shrimp or vegetables to make it more filling and nutritious.

Simple Homemade Creamy Celery Soup

This creamy and comforting soup is the perfect option for a healthy lunch or dinner. Loaded with nutritious veggies, this soup is perfect for chilly nights.
Recipe preview Quick and tasty homemade Banana cake

Quick and tasty homemade Banana cake

This easy recipe teaches how to make the best homemade Banana cake using the air fryer. Quick, moist and tasty, don't miss it!

Pear and Spinach Salad

Nothing rounds out a meal better than a well-made salad. This spinach salad would be great alongside roasted pork or a filling soup. This recipe was featured as part of our Fall Ingredients photo gallery.

Chili-Cheese Nachos

There are no rules when it comes to topping nachos, just go for what you like. We like this cheese-chili–sour cream combination. Game plan: You’ll need to make the chili before you begin.

Watercress and Arugula Salad with Blue Cheese, Dates, and Almonds

This elegantly composed salad combines classic flavors and textures: Chewy dates, crunchy almonds, and creamy blue cheese nestle with peppery arugula and watercress. A sweet-tart honey-Dijon dressing pulls it all together. For a heartier meal, serve with grilled ribeye.

Basic Mashed Potatoes

Mashed potatoes may be simple, but where would turkey and gravy or braised meats be without them? Use leftovers for breakfast in some Turkey Hash.

Goat Cheese and Fresh Herb Omelet

Pressed for time in the morning? The easy, no-cook cheese-and-herb mixture in this omelet should be your go-to filling. The creamy, tangy goat cheese plays nicely with just about any fresh herb. For a weekend breakfast, roast some lemony potatoes to serve on the side. Special equipment: You will need an 8-inch nonstick frying pan.

Ham and Camembert Baguette Sandwich

Unwrapping a soggy sandwich at a picnic is an avoidable tragedy. Just a light smear of fig jam across a crusty baguette keeps this French-inspired grab-n-go sandwich from crossing into sodden territory. Tuck in some ham and Camembert cheese, wrap it up, and stick it in your basket. No more sad sandwiches.

Baked Pita Chips

In the realm of snacking, it’s universally known that some dips require a sturdier scooping device. Enter the pita chip. These crunchy, thick chips can stand up to any dip, from hummus to hot crab to roasted eggplant, without buckling. Special equipment: You’ll need a pastry brush to make these chips. What to buy: Ras el hanout is a North African spice blend with sweet and floral notes and can be found at Middle Eastern grocers. Or you can make your own.

Basic Berry Cobbler

Berry cobbler can be thrown together in minutes if you start with a store-bought pie crust. Any combination of berries, with the exception of strawberries (too watery), will work, so use what’s in season and ripe. Pair the cobbler with some vanilla ice cream, and an easy summer dessert is ready for the table. If you’d like to make your own Basic Pie Dough, roll it out into a 10-inch round approximately 1/3 inch thick.