Month: January 2020

Food and Travel

Chicken Freezer Burritos

Chicken Freezer Burritos are your answer to a quick, family-friendly weeknight meal! They’re easy to make and delicious (when reheated correctly!). Here’s everything you need to know about how to make freezer burritos you’ll actually want to eat! Continue reading “Chicken Freezer Burritos” » Read more: simplyrecipes.com

Food and Travel

Best Holiday Fruitcake

This easy Christmas fruitcake is perfect for the holidays. It’s light, tender, and full of dried fruits and nuts. Sprinkle the loaf with brandy, or leave it out! Either way, this fruit cake is a welcome addition to the holiday table. Continue reading “Best Holiday Fruitcake” » Read more: simplyrecipes.com

Food and Travel

Mini Flourless Chocolate Olive Oil Cakes

These Mini Flourless Chocolate Olive Oil Cakes won’t make you feel bad about indulging! They’re gluten-free (thanks to the almond flour!) and made with olive oil instead of butter. But the flavor? Still so rich and satisfying. Continue reading “Mini Flourless Chocolate Olive Oil Cakes” » Read more: simplyrecipes.com

Food and Travel

Winter Spiced Orange Mocktail

This bubbly, just-slightly-bitter Winter Spiced Orange Mocktail is the perfect non-alcoholic aperitif to enjoy before dinner! It’s made from a squash (the cordial drink, not the vegetable!) flavored with orange, cinnamon, anise, and allspice. Continue reading “Winter Spiced Orange Mocktail” » Read more: simplyrecipes.com

Food and Travel

Our Favorite Boxed Chicken Broth

Wondering which boxed broth is a cut above the rest? We taste-tested 10 brands of store-bought boxed chicken broth and stock, and found a clear winner! (Plus a dupe for homemade stock so convincing we wondered if it came right off our stovetop.) Continue reading “Our Favorite Boxed Chicken Broth” » Read more: simplyrecipes.com

Kitchen Hacks

Sweet Potato Noodle Bowls with Arugula

In the cold, rainy (or snowy) days of January, there’s nothing quite like a comforting bowl of noodles. If I could, I’d eat at the excellent ramen places around town, but that’s not always an option. And so, I’ve made these cheater bowls that are big on flavor but light on time. The base: vegetable […]