Slice up some fruit, grab some pretzels and start dipping into this yummy dessert hummus for a snack that won’t break the bank!
A twist on a takeout classic will leave you full and your wallet happy.
These breakfast burritos are an easy, make-ahead, filling breakfast that can be frozen too!
Savory herbs and garlic make this delicious, budget-friendly meal great for dinner or meal prep for weekday lunches!
Air frying these ‘fried pickles’ is a healthier alternative to enjoy this indulgent treat.
Famously served all around Chicago, these hot dogs are full of flavor and perfect to make for game days.
Serve this refreshing hybrid cocktail with a hot dog & fries for a game day meal that’s sure to be a homerun with the crowd!
Sweet and citrusy, this Lemon Italian Ice is a treat to keep you cool during the long innings of a ball game.
With a slightly sweet breading fried to perfection that’s easy to eat, these Homemade Corn Dogs are quite a treat!
Is it sweet? Is it salty? It’s a little bit of both! Jazz up your next movie night with a festival-inspired favorite.
These bite-sized pretzel nuggets are delicious by themselves or paired with mustard or a cheese dip.
Warm gravy, melty cheese curds, and crispy fries all create the dish best known as Poutine.
Tender seasoned steak with your choice of toppings helps make these Street Tacos customizable and delicious!
Fried on the outside, sweet and creamy on the inside…what more could you ask for from a music festival dessert?
Creamy and hearty with the taste of the sea, New England Clam Chowder is the quintessential dish served in, you guessed it, New England.
These Boston Baked Beans are worth the wait and are a great side for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
More cake than pie, this Boston dessert is topped with chocolate ganache over vanilla sponge separated by vanilla pastry cream…a perfect ending to any meal.
Fresh lobster is the star of this dish and a summer favorite in New England.
On the sweeter side, this combination of gin, apricot brandy, lemon juice and grenadine is a refreshing way to end a meal.
Marshmallow crème, or marshmallow fluff as the New Englanders call it, is what makes the filling of these cakey, chocolatey Whoopie Pies sweet and light.
Refreshing with a grapefruit bite, the Hemingway Daiquiri is a citrus treat to order on a perfect Key West vacation day or make at home and bring Key West to you.
Sweet and tart with a rich crust, this dessert is as delicious as the Key West sunsets.
Quick meals for weeknights can still look and taste chef-inspired – these Sesame Salmon Bowls are the perfect example!
A Tartiflette is the Parisian way to bake cheeses, potatoes, onion, and bacon…need we say more?
Filled with goat cheese and fried to perfection, these stuffed squash blossoms are a way to bring your appetizer game to the next level.
Savory spices give this sirloin steak its mouth-watering flavor. Pair it with the smooth tomato hummus to create dinner harmony.
This martini is fruity and fresh as it is made with pineapple juice, vodka, and raspberry liqueur.
Vanilla Panna Cotta is silky and sweet. Add berries and mint to give it a pop of flavor.
Hot Chocolate by a campfire is such a soothing way to end the day in the great outdoors but add some peanut butter whiskey and you have hot chocolate with a kick!
Crispy, flaky, and filled with apple goodness. The kids will love to help make these apple pies over the campfire with pie irons.
Hearty rice, chicken and vegetables make this camping dish perfect for lunch or dinner.
Tacos on the trail? Yes, please! These simple but satisfying trail tacos will hit the spot.
Ramen cooks up quickly and combined with freeze-dried vegetables and chicken it can be a great meal at the end of a long day on the trail.
Granola is a light, easy food to pack for a camping trip. It can be made hot or cold for a hearty, sweet breakfast.
Sweet figs and creamy goat cheese make this tart a must-serve appetizer to kick off a warm, cozy meal.
Want to warm up with a kick? This Hot Toddy will do the trick!
Let the slow cooker do the work for these savory French Dip Sandwiches while you enjoy a day on the mountain.
Easy, cheesy quesadillas will be a crowd pleaser after a day of winter fun.
Chicken Corn Chowder after a long, cold day on the slopes…yes, please!
Warm, gooey caramel envelopes the sweet bread pudding…the perfect end to a cozy meal.
This Greek Pasta Salad is delightfully simple to make yet packed with flavor and makes a great addition to a picnic.
Homemade graham crackers help make s’mores special and are the perfect snack for a beach bonfire.
Crisp and flavorful, this make-ahead broccoli salad is perfect for a day at the beach.
Sweet and refreshing, Mango Strawberry Salsa is a great compliment to tortilla or pita chips and can even complement a grilled fish entrée.
Picnic sandwiches seem to taste better at the beach. Add these layered sandwiches to your beach picnic line-up to help feed a crowd!
Need a delicious picnic drink to keep you hydrated and refreshed? Blueberry & Mint Iced Tea is a great option that is packed with flavor to cool you down.
Sweet and creamy is the flavor profile for this traditional dessert.
This signature drink of Peru has a delicate tart and earthy flavor.
Peruvian Hot Chocolate is infused with cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and anise which gives it a fragrant pop of flavor to accent the rich chocolate.
Warm and hearty, this Peruvian Quinoa Soup is full of flavor. Serve with bread for a delicious meal.
Crispy on the outside, soft and savory on the inside, Peruvian Stuffed Potatoes can be served alone or as part of a lunch or dinner.
Savory roasted chicken with a vibrant green dipping sauce will have you bringing the flavors of Peru to your dinner table.
The perfect way to end a date night meal…smooth and delectable, Chocolate Truffles.
Cheers to date night! This romantic pink cocktail is tart, sweet, and refreshing. Great for a picnic or a night in.
Savory and fragrant best describes this dish. Serve as a side or make it the star of your meal.
This dish is so delicious that if you make it, you may get a proposal!
Decadent and full of flavor, these grilled oysters make a romantic appetizer for a night in.
Chocolate covered fruit can be garnished with chopped nuts, sprinkles, or sea salt to add some sweetness to your date night.
For sugar cookies so good, everyone will want the recipe.
Rich, flaky and sweet, these Jewish treats are often made around the holidays, but we recommend them all year.
Tastier than their frosty alternatives, Snowball cookies are delicious after some winter fun.
Beautiful to look at and sweet to eat, Linzer cookies are an old-fashioned favorite for your holiday cookie parties.
When is a cookie a pie? When you make these mouth-watering Gingerbread Oatmeal Cream Pies, which will be a hit with the cookie swap crowd!
Have a craving for chocolate? Chewy Double Chocolate Peppermint Cookies will help you out on the double!
Spice up dinner with this crunchy, juicy Nashville Hot Chicken recipe.
Whether you are spreading between two pieces of bread to grill or serving with a side of crackers and veggies this Southern Pimento Cheese will add creaminess and spice to your table.