This healthy, lightened-up honey sesame chicken was an instant favorite in our house! Naturally sweetened with honey and sprinkled with a big handful of sesame seeds, this really does taste just like our favorite takeout without all the extra sugar & carbs.
Cozy Comfort Foods
It feels good to end the year on a humble note. Simple earthy flavors that are cozy and comforting are a good way to say hello to new adventures in a new year.
I hope you had a wonderful, relaxing Christmas with family & friends! Are we all stuffed full of cookies and crullers and eggnog?
I’m blown away by how much you guys love my rúgbrauð recipe for traditional Icelandic rye bread, so I wanted to share another Icelandic favorite! Kleinur used to be a Christmas tradition but today they’re eaten year-round all over the country.
Chestnuts roasting over an open fire brings nostalgic memories of singing Christmas carols, but how many of us have actually had roasted chestnuts? Turns out they’re incredibly easy – especially in an oven, in case you don’t happen to have a roaring fire burning.
Nothing will get you dreaming of a white Christmas like this over-the-top indulgent hot chocolate! The cocoa is rich and velvety smooth thanks to a whole bar of peppermint dark chocolate, swirled right into a mug of steaming milk.
FRIENDS, LET ME TELL YOU ALL ABOUT THIS SAUCE. This beautiful, crazy-simple, flavor-bomb sauce is my everything right now.
These little muffins are your key to easy, happy holiday breakfasts! Breakfast is the first thing to fall apart during the holiday season in our home.
We’re hauling right into November to start planning the biggest food holiday of the year! This is my tried-and-true favorite Thanksgiving dish, the only one that has a place on our table every single year.
Chili was our annual pre-trick-or-treating dinner as a child, and it’s a tradition I’m happy to keep going today! There’s few things that are quite as comforting as hot, thick chili topped with lots of sour cream.