Smells of vanilla, cinnamon, and fruit will fill your home after baking these cherry puff pancakes. If you don't like cherries, try using peaches, pears, or blueberries.
These scones taste better than those from your local bakery -- and you do not even have to change out of your pajamas! You can make many variations of this recipe by adding different fruits, sprinkling cinnamon prior to baking, or trying whole wheat flour. Get creative and have fun.
This hearty stew makes 8 servings or you can double it for a crowd. Skip the trip to the grocery store by using fresh leftover cooked chicken or turkey that has been properly stored and handled in addition to canned veggies from your pantry.
Try this refreshing Mediterranean inspired dish with tomatoes and cucumbers and seasoned with mint and parsley. Ready in less than 30 minutes or make the night before for a bolder taste.
Use those broccoli stalks in this dish instead of throwing them away. This makes a delicious side, a hearty snack, or a light meal.
Black beans, carrots, celery, and seasonings are simmered into this hearty soup. Bring out the delicious flavors with a splash of lime juice and spoonful of yogurt at serving.
Make your own meatballs to use now or freeze them for a quick dinner at another time.
Chunks of juicy apples fill this cake and fresh apples decorate the top.
These potato pancakes are easily baked in the oven and offer a healthier version of a traditional Hanukkah recipe.
Packed with whole grains, this tasty bread is perfect as a snack topped with jam or peanut butter.