It's simple: These very merry Christmas cookie recipes are favorites that you'll want to save, hand down, and make again and again. We've got all the classics, including sugar cookie recipes, Christmas spritz cookies, and spiced gingerbread recipes. Try one of our cookie recipes to share this Christmas!View Slideshow
One of the most time-consuming parts of any holiday meal: making the dinner rolls. With the time it takes to prepare the dough, wait for it to rise, and bake, traditional dinner roll recipes can be an all-day affair! Making dinner rolls doesn't have to take all day, though. Whether you make them from scratch or start with a little extra help, you can make delicious dinner rolls in just one hour. So, make preparing your holiday dinner a little easier with these eight quick dinner roll recipes that are all ready in 60 minutes or less!View Slideshow
Add a frosty flare to your mason jars with this holiday craft that you can make for anyone on your gift list.View Video
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Looking for a simple party dip? Try this creamy goat cheese-based dip featuring figs, walnuts, and fresh thyme. Serve it with toasted baguette slices.
These bite-size sandwich rolls feature all the goodness of antipasto -- two cheeses, Genoa salami, and fresh basil -- and it's so simple to make.
Feta cheese adds a touch of tanginess to this simple pasta toss featuring juicy orange slices, fresh mint, and crunchy asparagus.
Turn leftover chicken into an unbelievably good second dinner by tossing it with green onion, arugula, fresh basil, and rice noodles. With a light lime juice-soy sauce glaze, the dish is full of flavor.
A mixture of diced tomatoes, garlic, onion, and mole sauce tops this flavorful beef roast recipe.
Ideal for a Sunday brunch, this dish calls for leftover beef roast, red potatoes, eggs, and salsa. Tortilla strips add a bit of crunch.
This hearty beef sauce makes a perfect topper for pasta -- and it takes just 15 minutes to whip up. Make it ahead for a quick and easy dinner.
Paula Deen's fried chicken is comfort food at it's finest -- and the TV chef says she wouldn't dream of preparing it any other way. "My fried chicken wouldn't be the same without [a 12-inch skillet]," she says. "A big pan gives the chicken plenty of elbow room so the buttermilk-herb crust comes out crisp."
New York City chef Mario Batali's one-dish wonder is a vegetarian masterpiece that combines rice, winter vegetables, and herbs. "It's like a lighter version of risotto with Spanish flair," he says.
Why does Nancy Wall Hopkins, Deputy Food Editor of Better Homes and Gardens, make this luscious dessert in a skillet? "To see the surprise on their faces when my girls see it come to the table," she says. "I love the hearty stand-up-and-talk-to-you flavor. My favorite part is having the leftovers at breakfast."
Breakfast has never looked so good. "A big skillet is the secret to my perfect omelet -- not too thin, not too thick," says Debbie Shore, co-founder of Share our Strength, a 25-year-old organization fighting childhood hunger.