Month: November 2019

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Seared Soy Glazed Mushrooms w/ Mashed Potatoes

Recently, we asked you all what recipes you wanted to see more of. There were quite a few mushroom replies, which was surprising (not really sure why). I’m here for the challenge because mushrooms are such an easy food to prepare, and they don’t need much to make them delicious. I decided to whip up […]

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Instant Pot Chicken and Dumplings

Rich, creamy, and deeply satisfying chicken and dumplings are made even easier in the Instant Pot. The secret to a tender dumpling is using cake flour. Continue reading “Instant Pot Chicken and Dumplings” » Read more: simplyrecipes.com

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The Most Popular Recipes in October

Welcome to our new feature celebrating the most popular recipes for the month! You know the ones: the recipes you’ve all been cooking, sharing, and talking about nonstop. Let’s see which ones made the cut for October! Continue reading “The Most Popular Recipes in October” » Read more: simplyrecipes.com

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Rye Crepes with Maple Butter Pears

I’ll preface this recipe by saying if you’ve never made crepes, now is the time to start. I think it’s one of the best recipes to master because not only are they fun to make (my opinion) there are many different uses for these thin pancakes. I have a base recipe that I’ve found works […]

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30 Best Cookies that Travel Well

Taking cookies to the office party? Gifting them to a friend? Shipping them to a faraway family member? This guide has our 30 best cookies for the job and a guide to packing them up so they arrive safely. Continue reading “30 Best Cookies that Travel Well” » Read more: simplyrecipes.com

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Leftover Turkey Pot Pies

Leftover Turkey Pot Pies are a great way to use Thanksgiving leftovers like turkey, carrots, onions, celery, even pie crust. Make them whatever size you want; we like small ramekins for mini-size portions for the kids! Continue reading “Leftover Turkey Pot Pies” » Read more: simplyrecipes.com

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1-Bowl Pumpkin Pie (Vegan + GF)

We celebrated Friendsgiving early this year, and I offered to bring the main (Roasted Chicken), vegetables (1-Pan Garlicky Green Beans with Slivered Almonds), and dessert. In an effort to try something new (although I do love this classic vegan pumpkin pie), I remembered earmarking a gorgeous pumpkin tartlet recipe from Amy Chaplin’s book At Home […]

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1-Pot Chicken Soup with White Beans & Kale

If you’ve ever wondered how to make a nourishing chicken soup for those days when nothing else sounds good, when you’re under the weather, or when you’ve moved out and your mom doesn’t cook for you anymore — this is the soup for you. Behold: The easiest, tastiest chicken soup recipe on the block, complete […]

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Intuitive Eating During the Holidays with Cara Harbstreet

Today we’re talking with Cara Harbstreet, MS, RD, LD, a nationally-recognized food & nutrition expert, speaker, and author. She is based in Kansas City, where she owns and operates Street Smart Nutrition. After discovering her passion for a non-diet approach, she pivoted into private practice and consulting. Now, she works to help people rediscover joy […]

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Crispy Hasselback Potatoes

Vertical slicing and an extra-long roast in the oven make these potatoes both beautiful and delicious. Look at all those crispy edges! Continue reading “Crispy Hasselback Potatoes” » Read more: simplyrecipes.com