Oat flour and rolled oats add a nutty flavor to these gluten-free chocolate chip cookies! Bittersweet chocolate adds some chocolatey depth. Keep these around for your friends and family who can’t have gluten.
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Everyone needs a recipe for classic beef chili. Make this one your go-to! It’s made with corn, peppers, tomatoes, and beans, and makes enough to freeze for later!
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Not sure you have time for homemade meals during this busy holiday season? Let us help! This week we’ve got an easy coconut shrimp curry, garlic chicken, a kale and sausage soup, and more!
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These jammy raspberry-filled rolls are worth waking up for! Luckily, you don’t have to wake up TOO early because you can make the dough the night before. Best enjoyed with a strong cup of coffee.
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Elevate your entertaining AND lose the stress this year with a holiday open house! We’ve partnered with Blue Diamond to share our tips for pulling off the most enjoyable gathering you’ll have this holiday season.
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Mashed sweet potatoes are great, but add a little bourbon and they become outright decadent! Make this easy side dish for Thanksgiving or a holiday party this year.
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Pasta with a tomato sauce with Italian turkey sausage and smoked mozzarella cheese.
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Great gift idea! Letterpress printed, illustrated 2019 Brunch Calendar from Simply Recipes and Wild Ink Press
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Pecan pralines are more than the sum of their parts: pecans, sugar, cream, butter, and vanilla. They’re a rich, crunchy, candy-coated indulgence! Make them for a holiday cookie tray or to ship to a friend.
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Use your slow cooker to braise these short ribs to perfection! They become incredibly tender in mix of beef stock and bourbon, and are terrific served on top of cheesy grits. It’s a dish that warms you from the inside out.
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