Looking for ways to make Halloween at home extra-sweet? This DIY dessert doubles as decor, and is as fun to make as it is to eat.
Add some pizzazz to your punch bowl with an easy-to-make (and entirely edible) block of decorative ice.
The secret to making this classic comfort food even more warm and inviting? Topping it off with a fruity flourish.
Elevating your family’s next barbecue night is as easy as following our recipe for fresh and flavorful herb dip to serve on the side.
Whip up some joy in a jar with this simple recipe for mini, minty cakes the whole family can enjoy in the shade with a spoon.
Looking for an at-home activity to satisfy your creative itch and sweet tooth? Meet the tastiest terrariums in town, made from cupcakes and candy.
Even if the neighborhood egg hunt is off, you can still fill their baskets with a one-of-a-kind treat using this surprisingly simple homemade recipe.
Add these expert-approved ideas to your recipe file for the most delicious holiday season ever.
Gluten-free goodies to serve at the holidays or anytime.
Our “Old Recipe, New Dish” series returns with a very special dish from the author of the new book “Now & Again,” just in time for Thanksgiving.
Who says holiday feasting is just a dinner thing? An ode to the holiday-weekend brunch.
This holiday, add a subtly seasonal apple-and-almond-topped olive oil cake from desserts expert Thalia Ho to your sweets spread.
Homemade dumplings are a delicious holiday treat and a hands-on family bonding activity all at once.
Lend a festive green flourish to your holiday table with this Peruvian pesto recipe from Adrianna Adarme.
Add this to your holiday menu: a treasured seasonal veggie dish from the plant-based cooking whiz behind The First Mess.
Bonus: They taste as good as they look.
Spread the word: The most on-trend food craft of the season—a customizable cake modeled after a letter board—is as easy to make as A, B, C.
Treat your valentine to a sentimental sweet with these easy-to-customize mixtape cookies.
Nothing says “happy holidays” like a mouthful of gingerbread.
Send your guests home with something sweet and creative, like these tasty butter owl cookies by Heather Baird.
There’s a creepy surprise inside this delicious red velvet cake.