This sweet, fruity treat, is actually quite easy to make.
These recipes put a new spin on an old classic.
Bars, cakes, cookies, and more.
Rhubarb Pie is the best way to celebrate spring.
Stay cool deliciously with this genius idea.
A cup of jiggly coffee jelly is the perfect boost for when it’s too hot for drip and cold brew isn’t extra enough.
Just ask Oprah—she's been making all kinds of homemade popsicles, from margarita-inspired pops (yes, tequila and all), to creamy dreamsicles, to fresh pineapple and mint. You don't need much—just the right popsicle mold and some combination of fruit, juice, yogurt, and herbs. In fact, making ice pops is a great way to cut down on food waste.
Pop, drop, and roll.
Surround yourself with your closest family and friends and enjoy the show!This summer, you’ll be inspired by our 4th of July ideas. Before watching the fireworks, save room for a treat made with our 4th of July recipes, and be sure to share our outstanding Fourth of July appetizers with friends! The 4th of July is a great opportunity to catch up with loved ones as you celebrate America and the birth of our country.
Muffin pans aren’t just for making muffins!
Assuming there are any leftovers, that is.
Life just got a little more sweeter (without any added sugar). After all, some of the sweetest treats of all contain natural sugars that are relatively harmless when enjoyed in moderation. Having a dessert minus any added refined sugar is rather easy if you know what kinds of substitutes to be looking for — or, if you know which fruits and organic syrups can stand up to the challenge of being sweet all on their own.
While plenty of people keep their freezers stocked with frozen lemonade, it pays to keep a few cans of frozen limeade on hand as well. With its unique citrusy flavor profile, frozen limeade lends itself to both frozen cocktails and non-alcoholic coolers, but it can also be used as a marinade, in pies, and more. Update your go-to summer drinks and desserts with this budget-friendly freezer staple (and break out of the lemonade rut) to discover a whole new world of limeade-inspired recipes.
Summer is here and there's lots do: water sports like paddleboarding and tubing, theme parks and the return of July 4th fireworks and state fairs.
Store-bought sriracha, Tapatìo, and Buffalo-style sauces are all good. But you know where you can find the best hot sauce around? In your own kitchen! Use these distinctive and easy homemade hot sauce recipes plus a variety of peppers from your garden or the farmers market to add kick to chicken wings, take-out fare, vegetables, and so much more.
Meet your new unexpected warm-weather favorite.
Summer, I see you!
Pastitsio is creamier than a baked ziti and meatier than lasagna. I think the classic Greek dish should be part of everyone's pasta repertoire.
Its cool, refreshing flavor profile makes it the perfect accompaniment to a number of warm weather dishes and drinks. Mint not only pairs well with fresh spring peas and tender lamb, but also dresses up your favorite summertime cocktails and desserts. Muddle it in mojitos, sprinkle it atop a colorful summer salad, or even grind it into a homemade pesto.
Burnt hot dogs, be gone! Originally Appeared on Bon Appétit