Need fresh ideas for your Easter dinner? Host your family with ease this spring by following this simple menu. Get the details to cherry-cola ham, provolone prosciutto green bean casserole, honey-rosemary roast lamb with potatoes and green beans, dark chocolate fondue with fruit kabobs and more recipes here.
Get excited for St. Patrick's Day with these tasty desserts! From shamrock cookies to rainbow cupcakes, you'll find just the treat to bring to work or school to celebrate the Irish holiday. Everyone will be impressed with these homemade desserts.
We’re taking advantage of St. Patrick’s Day this year by whipping up this easy Irish soda bread. This traditional recipe from Ireland tastes best when it’s moist, and these instructions will show you how to get this authentic dish right.
Adorn your table with a fun bunny bread this Easter. This simple recipe is quick, easy and tastes great with ham and turkey. Get recipe details here.
Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with fun drinks! Check out these alcoholic and non-alcoholic recipes to commemorate the famous Irish holiday with.
How about homemade jelly beans? Get the steps to making your own jelly bean recipe here. Enjoy the fruity treat in a cupcake or cocktail.
Impress your Easter guests with a delicious brunch! Our recipes include sweet and savory food items like cinnamon rolls, mini quiches, strata and cheesy egg casserole. Many of these brunch recipes you can make ahead of time!
Celebrate St. Patrick's day in true fashion with authentic Irish recipes. We've combined our favorites such as cheese and potato soup, cabbage, Brussels sprouts and corned beef so your St. Patrick's party includes all the Irish favorites.
These beautiful red velvet cupcakes are a perfect way to celebrate Valentine's Day. Add a heart-shaped cookie and some powdered sugar to the top of each cupcake for an extra touch of romance on this delicious dessert.
Stuffing, casserole, dressing -- whatever you call it, it's always delicious. For a true casserole, use the make-ahead directions for easy serving.
This easy-to-make veggie casserole is baked in individual baking dishes so everyone gets their own, and there will be no fighting over the cheesy, potato-chip-topped recipe.
Try our tasty, no-bake take on truffles this Christmas. These easy chocolate chip cookie dough filled truffles are a great holiday dessert.
Your holiday guests will love our creative snowman cake pops. These easy-to-make snowman cupcakes are great for the holiday season.
You won't believe how easy this truffle recipe is to follow. (Hint: just three ingredients.) Thirty minutes of prep gives you 50 truffles to share.
To make this easy candy, dip peppermint sticks in dark chocolate and roll in crushed nuts, cinnamon-sugar, or sweetened coconut. All your guests will love taking home this easy and delicious treat!
This old-fashioned recipe combines all the essentials: warm veggies, chicken broth, fresh parsley, and dried bread cubes. Use whole grain bread for a healthier spin on this great side dish.
Bundt cakes are back! Thanks to vanilla beans, a ridged pan, and a splash of rum, this recipe takes the cake for sweetest holiday dessert.
An igloo of meringue baked atop chilly ice cream cake will be a crowd pleasing desert at your next holiday dinner.
This recipe is perfect as dessert or at brunch on Christmas morning. Anytime is a good time for a recipe with pumpkin!
Transition a traditional Mexican dip into the holidays with seasonal veggies. Chunky cubes of roasted pumpkin and a kick of red chile pepper dress up this colorful, 20-minute guacamole.
It's not the holidays without sheet pan upon sheet pan of cookies. For the most cliche filling, choose red and green jam options.
Spice up your holiday brunch with this pepper-and-onion-packed strata. Savory chorizo and peppery poblanos give this breakfast casserole a touch of heat, while a snowfall of salty queso fresco adds cool contrast.
Fruitcake + gelatin mold = the ULTIMATE throwback Christmas recipe.
It only counts as a holiday ham if it has a diamond pattern cut into it and is studded with whole cloves. Count it!
Skip store-bought and make your own bread this holiday season with these easy ideas from @katedean