Category Archives: Holidays

Holiday Rocker Cookie Cutters

Holiday Rocker Cookie Cutters

Cutting out Christmas cookies can be a very fun job, but it can also become a very tedious one if you bake a lot of cookies for the holidays. It is fun to roll out the dough, cut your cookies and decorate them, but when you start to work in bigger batches you will find that you face problems like keeping the cookie cutters from ... Read More »

Sugar Cookies and Gingbread Kitchen Towels

Gingerbread Kitchen Towel

I have a couple seasonal kitchen towels that I pull out for various holidays throughout the year. I have a set with hearts for Valentine’s Day, with bats and black cats for Halloween and all kinds of lights and decorations for Christmas. These ultra-cute Sugar Cookie and Gingerbread Kitchen Towels that Sur La Table is stocking for this holiday season are about to head into ... Read More »

Andes Peppermint Crunch Baking Chips, reviewed

Andes Peppermint Crunch Baking Chips

The bright red packaging of Andes Peppermint Crunch Baking Chips definitely caught my eye on the baking aisle last time I was stocking up at the store. The chips are a seasonal item, just around for the Christmas holiday season. They’re creamy faux white chocolate chips that have a festive read and white look and a minty peppermint flavor. I don’t usually go for faux ... Read More »

Cranberry, Apple and Sage Stuffing

Cranberry and Apple Stuffing

Oven-baked stuffing is a classic Thanksgiving side dish. While there are fans of stuffing that is actually stuffed in the bird, I find that stuffing baked in a baking dish is a lot more satisfying because the dish will have a crispy top and a perfectly moist base (and you don’t have to worry about the juice from an undercoked bird running into it). I ... Read More »

The Mayonnaise Roast Turkey Method

Ultra Moist Mayonnaise Turkey Breast

Everyone wants to keep their turkey nice and moist at Thanksgiving. The problem with a whole turkey is that the dark meat takes longer to cook than the white meat, and the white meat can dry out easily after a long time in the oven. There are all kinds of methods out there that promise to deliver a flavorful turkey with moist, tender breast meat. ... Read More »

Candy Bar-Stuffed Baked Apples

Candy Bar-Stuffed Baked Apples

Apples and candy bars are pretty much at opposite ends of the snacking spectrum, but sometimes opposites can work together in surprising ways to create something great. These Candy Bar-Stuffed Baked Apples are a lot like that. They are tender, oven-roasted apples that are stuffed with candy bars before baking so that they have a gooey, warm, indulgent filling when you cut them open. The ... Read More »

5 Treats to Make with Leftover Halloween Candy

Uses for Leftover Halloween Candy

The day after Halloween, you will probably have a big pile of Halloween candies that you didn’t give out to trick-or-treaters, and you might have another pile that your kids collected while they were out. There is usually a lot of variety in Halloween candies, but they can still get boring after a while. Fortunately, if you look at them as ingredients that you can ... Read More »

Halloween Candy Lava Cakes

Snickers Halloween Candy Lava Cakes

When you have fun sized Halloween candies left over after the trick-or-treating is through, the obvious thing to do is to simply eat it yourself over time. As good as those tiny candies are, however, they get boring after a while. I like to put mine to good use in other baked goods and these Halloween Candy Lava Cakes are one of the absolute best ... Read More »

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