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
A great selection of side dishes, from salsa to bread pudding, and everything in between -- all within the nutritional guidelines for people living with diabetes.
When prepared with vine-ripened tomatoes and other peak produce, it's easy to taste why this simple, uncooked salsa is in high demand. You can make it as hot as you like, depending on the type and quantity of peppers you use.
Serve this veggie-filled casserole as a meat-free dish for dinner or brunch. Although it's rich and inviting, this cheesy side dish will fit into your diabetic meal plan because it's made with fat-free milk and refrigerated egg product.
Piquant blue cheese and sour cream filling does contain fat, but the cheese has such big flavor, you only need a little bit in this Blue Cheese Stuffed Summer Squash. Top it off with a dusting of crunchy walnuts.
Kick up the fiber in your diet with the chewy bulgur in this tangy Cilantro Tabbouleh with Cranberries salad. The bran on the bulgur gives this dish a wonderful chewiness.
Greek olives and olive oil, which browns and crisps the potatoes, add monounsaturated fat to these Rosemary Potatoes and Tomatoes -- great for heart health.
Haricots verts are just thin French green beans to use in this Southern Succotash. Fresh green beans add a summertime spin to this old-fashioned lima bean-and-corn classic.
The inspired combination of coriander, oregano, and lemon peel adds character to this colorful vegetable side dish. Be creative with seasonings!
Using brown instead of white rice adds even more fiber to these Red Beans and Rice. Skip the salt when cooking the rice to keep the sodium low -- you'll never miss it.
Chock-full of herbs, garlic, and onions, this dressing is very flavorful. Use oil instead of butter in your favorite corn bread recipe or mix or this Herbed Corn Bread Dressing.
A toasty whole-grain topper replaces the traditional fried onion rings in this Fresh Green Bean and Mushroom Casserole, keeping fat and sodium in check.
Served on New Year's Day down South, Black-Eyed Peas and Ham are said to bring good health and good luck in the new year. As a fiber-rich legume, black-eyed peas are a tasty way to boost the fiber in your meal plan -- any day.
Orange juice, ginger, and honey add zest to this carrot recipe. Consider keeping fresh ginger on hand to add a last-minute kicky flavor to vegetables. The knobby, tan root stays fresh in the refrigerator for at least a week. It also can be frozen for up to two months.