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Check out our newest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens magazine: easy Christmas cookies, trifle recipes, Scott Peacock's holiday favorites, and more!
Think you don't like fruitcake? Thank again. Slices of dense fruit-studded cake meld with a smooth vanilla pastry cream, rum-soaked fruit, and candied pecans.
A Southern classic gets a new look. Four shallow layers create big impact in both flavor and color. A citrus gelatin is the base for a tangy cream sauce, cherries, and mini marshmallows. For crunch, large shreds of coconut are added just before serving.
Fluffy vanilla sponge cake soaks up the flavor of syrupy red-wine-poached pears and cranberries. The whipped cream layer gets and extra boost of richness from mascarpone and toasted hazelnuts. If mascarpone isn't your thing, whipped cream cheese is the perfect stand-in. you can also trade purchased pound cake for the homemade cake layers.
No time to bake? No problem! You don't even need to turn on the oven to create these irresistible treats from cookbook author Dorie Greenspan.
In this quick recipe from baking guru Dorie Greenspan, a spice-flavored crust is topped with smooth custard before baking.
These warm buttermilk biscuits are sure to disappear from your holiday table quickly thanks to the delightful surprise of sharp cheddar cheese.
A two-layer crust locks in the juice and adds flavor to this succulent pork roast. Before roasting, begin by spreading a layer of bacon, apricot preserves, and garlic on the pork roast. Then, top with a coating of bread crumbs, parsley, and rosemary.
This recipe is sure to win over Brussels sprouts-haters. A drizzle of olive oil, sprinkle of salt and pepper, and squeeze of fresh lemon are the only ingredients needed to transform them into a mouthwatering side dish.
Two types are potatoes are layered with sautéed onions and a creamy sauce in this comforting side dish. Nutmeg and thyme add holiday flavor.