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Guilt-Free Veggie Chips with Buffalo Chicken Dip

Looking for something delicious to snack on but are worried about the waistline? Have no fear with these delicious veggie chips and buffalo chicken dip. The yellow squash and zucchini chips are thinly sliced then seasoned with lemon juice, herbs and spices and baked until crisp.

Summer Treats: Homemade Coffee Icecream with Bittersweet Chocolate

21 hours agoFood & Drink / Cooking : Foodista

Making ice cream is a rite of passage into the long, hot days of summer. It's surprisingly easy to make your own ice cream, but many people don't realize just how simple it is.

Party Perfect: Mini Pepper Nachos

Shh, don't tell your guests but these tasty Mini Pepper Nachos are from a diet cookbook!

Apricot Ice Cream

Fresh stone fruits are wonderful to work with in the kitchen, whether you’re talking about peaches, plums, nectarines or any other fruits in the family. They’re delicious and versatile, so you can eat them out of hand or bake them into anything from a fruit cobbler to a pie. Apricots are one stone fruit that...

Gluten Free on The Grill: Chicken Burgers

Cooking on the grill is one of summers pleasures. It's a little harder to find gluten free foods that can also be grilled right along with the family, and when I(Amy) find something that tastes great for everyone, I like to share. 

The Perfect Summer Dessert: Strawberry Confetti Cake

Summertime is the perfect opportunity to lighten up your diet, but that doesn't mean you have to leave out desserts!

Sparkling Firecracker Cake for Memorial Day

This red, white and blue firecracker cake is a Memorial Day dessert that even the most novice baker can prepare.  The recipe calls for boxed caked mix so all you have to do is gather the ingredients required on the box, food coloring, and vanilla frosting.

Taco Stuffed Portabello Mushrooms that Won't Bust Your Waistline

Most weekend barbecue celebrations are filled with waistline busting foods like creamy dips with chips, mayo-based potato salads, fatty hot dog and cheeseburgers. But a fun cookout doesn't have to mean noshing on celery and carrots sticks.

Red, White and Blue Fruit Salad and Other Festive Memorial Day Foods

Memorial Day marks the transition from cooking on the stovetop to preparing foods outside.  This weekend, dust off your grill and craft a menu suitable for outdoor dining.  In my opinion, the dessert is just as important as the main course that precedes it.

The Serious Eats Guide to Memorial Day

You bring the grill, we'll bring the recipes. Meaty mains, grilled vegetables, beer pairings, and everything in between!

The Food Lab: Sorry, Pulled Pork, It's Cochinita Pibil's Moment

Real cochinita pibil is not spicy, but it has a uniquely sweet, earthy aroma imparted by Seville oranges, achiote, charred garlic, and spices. That earthiness is backed with the aroma of the banana leaves it's cooked in, along with smokiness from hours of cooking. Show More Summary

Serious Eats Recommends: 6 Food-Focused Books, Podcasts, and TV Shows We Love Right Now

Welcome back to Serious Eats Recommends, in which our editorial team shares the food-centered TV shows and movies we look forward to after an especially long week, the cookbooks we can't put down, and the culinary-minded podcasts that make our daily commutes fly by. Here's a look at what we've been loving lately and just why we think it's so great.

Whole Wheat Waffles

If you're a waffle fan, please give these a try. Everyone needs a solid waffle recipe in their back pocket, and I'm quite sure these are the end of the waffle conversation for me. You're looking at the waffles I make for every family brunch. Show More Summary

How to Neatly Cut a Meringue Pie

Meringue-topped pies can be very challenging to cut because the meringue can stick to the knife and tear, resulting in slices that are still tasty, but don’t look as pretty as they could. When you go to the trouble of making a beautiful meringue to top your pie, I think that you deserve a slice...

Baking Bites for Craftsy: Easy Angel Food Cake

Angel food cakes are always welcome in my kitchen. The light, airy cakes are delicious on their own and also incredibly versatile, and I use them to make a wide variety of trifles, fruity “shortcakes” and other goodies. Angel food cakes can be purchased inexpensivey in the bakery sections of most grocery stores and while...

Blueberry Lemon Brunch Cake

There are two types of cake that I will serve at breakfast: streusel-topped coffee cakes and moist, fruit-laden cakes. The fruity cakes could certainly be considered as dessert options, but when cakes are loaded with fruit I tend to feel that they don’t need frosting and that frosting-less cakes are very valid breakfast options (even...

Bites from other Blogs

Tiramisu is a dessert that I always enjoy making for dinner parties because it is a great make ahead dessert – but that also means that you can’t whip it up at the last minute and get the same results. If you’re working on a shorter timeline, Crazy for Crust‘s Tiramisu Cookie Cups will deliver...

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