Mocha Muffins → Who says pumpkin is the only flavor for fall?
Roasted Chicken & Veggies with Bacon → This healthy, one-pan dish has become a go-to for my family. With easy clean-up and vegetables that are flavored with bacon, it has become a favorite!
Grandma Watson’s Pound Cake → Her pound cake was famous in our family, and it turns out yummy every time I have made it.
6 Fun Oatmeal Change-Ups [ by Carole Sparks · guest post ] → Try one of these fun change-ups, and in less than ten minutes, you’ll feel like you’re eating dessert for breakfast.
Vegetable Chicken Noodle Soup → A soup for all seasons.
Pineapple-Tarragon Chicken Salad → Chicken salad with a hint of tropical flavor.
Pan-Seared Lemon & Rosemary Salmon → I love salmon, and this particular seasoning combination happens to be my favorite!
Balsamic Chicken with Vegetables → A meal that is quick enough to prepare at the last minute but good enough to serve when company’s coming.
Infused Water → Go-to tips for making your own infused water, a refreshing and healthy way to hydrate.
Mustard & Vinegar Grilled Chicken → This mustard-based BBQ sauce recipe is one of my husband’s grilling favorites. .
Hashbrown Potato Casserole → As a hearty side dish or main breakfast attraction, this casserole is a real crowd-pleaser.
Soho Cup Snow Cream → Take a break from sledding or snowball fighting to enjoy this simple snow cream recipe.
Easier-Than-Pie Apple Cobbler → Easy to whip up on a moment’s notice yet hearty enough for the holiday sideboard, this recipe may just make you the hostess with the mostest.
Cranberry Punch & Citrus-Peppermint Tea → Try these 2 simple yet festive cold drink options at your next gathering.
Two Generations of Festive Cranberry Recipes [ by Page Mathias · guest post ] → Holding my grandmothers’ recipes in my hands, I can remember happy times spent at their houses during the holidays.
Homemade Banana Bread → A tried-and-true recipe makes a tasty treat for morning, noon or night–and has a gluten-free option.
Slow-Cooker Pulled Pork → This recipe replaces a smoker with a slow-cooker, making pulled pork (something my family loves) something I can actually cook.
Go-To Spaghetti Sauce → This spaghetti is a go-to family favorite that can go from the pantry to the table within half an hour and without half a day’s planning!
Smokey Guacamole → A splash of balsamic vinegar and a dash of chipotle chile pepper give this guacamole a little something extra.