Combine a Chambord-spiked cookie, raspberry buttercream, and white chocolate to make a sophisticated treat.
A childhood favorite gets a makeover by infusing the candy with bold flavors and cutting them into sleek squares.
This buttery brittle features candied orange peel, walnuts, and cashews for a brighter twist on toffee.
These homemade marshmallows feature traditional eggnog spices and a cap of white chocolate.
We've added the theatrical flourish of candied cherries to this 1960s classic and formed the fudge in a loaf pan so it's easy to slice.
Dried plums are soaked in brandy, then coated in sweetened butter and dipped in chocolate.
For a stunning (and fuss-free) dessert, melt chocolate, pour it over mint patties, and scatter candies on top.
A sprinkling of coarse salt adds crunch and brings out the creamy sweetness of these caramels. Pink peppercorns have a mild citrus-sweet heat that adds a light flavor and color.
Key ingredients -- oranges and coconuts -- from the classic holiday dessert, ambrosia, are tossed with crisp lettuce for a light brunch salad.
This flavorful strata can be assembled the night before. Just add the eggs when you wake up and pop it in the oven.
With spices and candied fruit, this stove-top dessert is the perfect holiday stand-in for coffee cake.
Nutmeg, sage, and apple-cranberry juice flavor this hearty stew. Serve it on a chilly night or when unexpected guests drop in.
Drizzle cabbage and lemon wedges with olive oil and top with garlic-and-red pepper croutons.
Warm, this pudding has a creamy texture like a thick sauce. Or make it up to three days ahead and serve it chilled.
Chef Scott Peacock's pot roast recipe features tender, melt-in-your-mouth beef and caramelized onions.
This easy dinner idea, featuring Granny Smith apples and smoky bacon, is ready in just 30 minutes.
Apple juice and sautéed leeks give this hearty soup long-simmered flavor in just 25 minutes.
This meatless dinner or brunch dish makes the most of leftover veggies.
A splash of lemon juice adds brightness to this comforting pasta dish. Crushed croutons give it crunch.
Chili-seasoned tomatoes and smoky cumin spice up this one-dish dinner.
In this easy recipe from Sandra Lee, strips of sirloin marinate in citrus juices, soy sauce, and mustard before grilling.
Baby spinach, basil, dried tomatoes, and kalamata olives flavor these bruschetta-inspired biscuits.
Top these crowd-pleasing muffins with maple frosting and crunchy granola.
Sweet honey is a wonderful complement to the sharp Gorgonzola cheese in this pretty party appetizer.
Crisp bacon, chopped green onions, and diced tomatoes top this zesty party dip.