Check out our latest recipes from Better Homes and Gardens magazine: Tyler Florence¿s Thanksgiving favorites, incredible pies from Alan Carter, quick dinners, and more.
Leftover cranberry compote is delicious on buttered bread, pound cake, or leftover turkey sandwiches. Yukon gold potatoes, onions, and fennel are roasted with fresh rosemary and fennel seed for a comforting side dish. Kale cooked with ham, garlic, and apple cider vinegar has wonderful depth of flavor.
Sprinkle these crisp and light popovers with Monterey Jack Cheese before baking for a yummy twist.
Browned meringue topping gives this classic banana pudding recipe from Tyler Florence's father a special touch.
"You need only a small slice of this rich, dense tart to satisfy a hankering for chocolate," Tyler Florence says. "I use a shortbread for the tart shell because it's crumbly and a bit sweeter to balance the bittersweet chocolate."
For a satisfying weeknight supper, toss pasta with roasted sweet potatoes, cream cheese, and chili sauce.
Drizzle a thick sauce of Worcestershire sauce, olive oil, and pear nectar over succulent pork and sautéed pears and parsnips.
This hearty steak recipe calls for just five ingredients. Serve it alongside steamed carrots or sautéed zucchini and squash to make it a meal.
Grilled peppers, fresh tomatoes, and Greek yogurt perk up deviled eggs.
Tomatillos, jalapenos, and lime juice give this slow-cooker chicken soup recipe a Mexican twist.
A Thai-inspired topping of fresh basil, peanuts, and lime peel add crunch to this creamy slow-cooker soup.