Is there anything better than frothy hot chocolate in the winter? Hot chocolate with candy cane stir sticks, of course! Get the fire (or electric blanket) going, you’re going to want to cozy up with a cup of cocoa and these minty treats.
You’ve got your pies and sides in order, now it’s time for some fun! These cute Thanksgiving turkey cookies will help get the kids involved and add some homemade character to your spread. Click through for ingredients, instructions, and to see our turkey adventure come to life!
Don’t go around the cemetery on All Hallow’s Eve… Unless it’s made of FOOD. In which case, dig in! Using FreshDirect’s own graham crackers and a decadent pumpkin dip, we made a sweet treat that will chill your Halloween party guests to the bone. After the jump, you’ll find the easy step-by-step instructions.
We all know milk tastes better frozen (see: ice cream), but there are plenty of other items that benefit from the frost of a freezer. Prepare these tasty snacks the night before, and the kids can grab them from the freezer after school….
We all know that the top of the muffin is the most delicious part. Whether coated in cinnamon sugar, caked with crumble, or deliciously crisped and brown, the muffin top gives the whole muffin that special something. Some people save the top for last while others don’t even bother baking the bottom half and use muffin top tins instead. So why not take it to the next level? Here are some ideas to make the muffin top even better….
There’s no better spring dessert than strawberry shortcake. The fluffy, yet crunchy, biscuits that melt in your mouth, the luscious berries that ooze juice, the… okay we’ll stop now. …
When winter is dragging on and your go-to mug of hot chocolate starts looking a bit ho-hum, it’s time to start adding creativity to your cup (and we’re not just talking marshmallows or whipped cream).
Cocoa goes well with a variety of flavors, so it’s fun to experiment. Armed with a wide array of add-ins and toppings, you can make a new flavor combination for every day of the week.
Here are ten fun ideas to get you rolling:
Rev up your spoons, grab your sprinkles, and get ready to deck your bowls, this summer, to give your ice cream sundae a whole new look.
Sure, by now we’ve all mastered the art of piling up fresh strawberries and banana bits, adding fluffy pockets of whipped cream, and sprinkling chopped nuts over drizzled caramel and flavored syrups. It’s all very delicious. But where have all the ice cream wizards gone? You know, the confectionery aficionados, the culinary brave hearts who mix flavors and insist it’s absolutely fabulous way before the spoon hits their lips?
I think I found some. I poked and prodded looking for adventuresome sundae-creators. I discovered they have no formula, no real filter, and sometimes no shopping list. They start with ice cream and often open the fridge or the cupboard and survey their surroundings for what’s good. Here are some of the better concoctions you may want to give a whirl:…