Gather your friends and use these patriotic decorating, entertaining, and recipe ideas for this year's 4th of July celebration. From festive star banners and refreshing watermelon coolers to raveworthy party favors and more, your 4th of July party is bound to be summer's biggest shindig.View Slideshow
With classic sugar cookies, cherry-filled macarons, and more, these gorgeous and delicious Christmas cookies are sure to impress your friends and family. Bonus: Every Christmas cookie recipe here is a snap to make -- they'll only think you spent hours baking.
Switch up your exchange game with swoonworthy tassies. Featuring cloudlike whipped cream, tangy Key lime filling, and a macadamia nut crust, what's not to love?
Craving candy canes? We've got you covered. Split vanilla cookie dough into two parts: one plain, one rosy red. (Thanks, food coloring!) Bring the cookies together with a cool smear of peppermint filling.
Have a heart -- make an adorable Rudolph cookie to share at your cookie exhange. Royal icing provides his fur and antler coloring; chocolate-coated candy pieces work great for his eager eyes and famous nose.
Six whimsical snowmen are better than one! With a snowflake-shape cookie cutter, you can make quick work of sugar cookies that celebrate your love for the season's frosty fellows.
Sandwich homemade cherry buttercream inside lightly crisped almond-flavor macarons for a delectable mini bite.
The ultimate ready-for-the-platter cookies: gingerbread men. Here's our No. 1 recipe for the famous fellows.
Bring a campfire favorite to your next holiday party! Chocolate wafer cookies take the place of graham crackers, but ooey-gooey marshmallows and melted chocolate make a familiar appearance in these s'more bars.
As the name implies, seven delicious ingredients go to work in these so-easy bars. You hit fruity notes, creamy white chocolate, and even crunchy nuts in each bite.
The rich, gooey filling in these tarts has a hint of raspberry liqueur.