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  • Overhead view of the best chess pie with a slice removed. The slice is on a blue plate with forks and a pie server to the right.
    1 hr, 10 min
    Serve up this Southern classic chess pie to friends and family alike! It’s made with basic pantry ingredients, keeps well, and you can freeze it. The secret ingredient is a little cornmeal mixed into the custard.
  • Side view of a flaky spring pie on a large blue platter. One slice of the pie is missing and the cheesy artichoke filling is visible on the plate. The lower left has a pile of forks on a white plate. A grey linen tablecloth is on the table and a glass is in the upper left corner.
    1 hr, 20 min
    Vegetarian
    Canned artichokes, lemon zest, and parsley combined with a cheese trifecta of Ricotta, Swiss, and Parmesan make this surprisingly light, cheesy artichoke pie. It only takes 30 minutes to assemble and less than an hour in the oven!
  • Easy fudge recipe cut into squares and stacked.
    4 hrs, 20 min
    This fudge recipe is adapted from the original Kraft back-of-the-can recipe—but with extra chocolate. It's easy to make with marshmallow fluff, chocolate, evaporated milk, and walnuts. It makes a huge batch so you can share with friends!
  • Sidecar cocktail with a halved lemon to the left and a lemon peel on the edge of the glass.
    5 min
    The sidecar is a classic cocktail made with Cognac, orange liqueur, and lemon juice. It’s equally appropriate at a backyard barbecue or a fancy dinner party! Try some of our favorite variations, too!
  • Overhead view of the best apple pie bars cut into rectangles and sprinkled with powdered sugar.
    1 hr, 50 min
    These apple pie bars have all the sweet cinnamon flavors of an apple pie in hand-held form! They’re easy to make, easy to share, and easy to transform into caramel apple pie bars should you want to make them extra special. If you need to plan ahead these bars are even freezer friendly! Let the fall baking commence!
  • Peanut Butter balls or Buckeye balls
    2 hrs, 12 min
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb
    Chocolate-dipped peanut butter balls or Buckeye balls are so easy to make at home with this easy Buckeye recipe. An essential for any cookie tray!
  • Easy chocolate mousse in serving glasses and set on a tray.
    8 hrs, 35 min
    Classic chocolate mousse makes any dinner feel a little more fancy. It's great for a dinner party because it looks so pretty, everyone gets their own serving, and you can make it ahead.
  • A crumb topped easy shoofly pie.
    55 min
    This wet bottom Pennsylvania Dutch Shoofly Pie is the perfect pantry pie recipe. If you love molasses and simple ingredients, this pie is for you. The strong molasses flavor is tempered with butter and a warm-spice crumble topping. This pie is just what your coffee break needs.
  • Cosmopolitan ingredients on a counter with a cosmo drink in front.
    5 min
    Nothing like a Cosmopolitan! Made with citrus vodka, cranberry juice, Cointreau, lime juice, and simple syrup, this easy-to-make cocktail is a favorite for every occasion.
  • Overhead view of a homemade coconut cream pie with a slice removed and set on a plate to the right.
    1 hr, 10 min
    Toasted coconut and creamy custard in a perfectly flaky pie crust topped with pillowy whipped cream: this is all you need to make any day feel like a day at the beach. This toasted coconut cream pie will become a family favorite in no time!
  • Scoops of Vanilla Ice Cream topped with caramel sauce in a bowl
    45 min
    Gluten-Free
    This homemade vanilla ice cream is made with a custard base, sugar, cream, and real vanilla beans. So classic and so good! Serve it topped with caramel sauce or alongside a slice of apple pie.
  • Overhead shot of magic cookie bars ready to eat
    35 min
    Classic 7-layer magic bars with chocolate, nuts, butterscotch, and coconut! They're the perfect make-ahead dessert for your next party.
  • Prosecco, orange juice, orange slices and three glasses of the best mimosas are on a tray. Whole oranges are to the left of the tray.
    5 min
    A mimosa, the classic combination of orange juice and sparkling wine, makes the perfect pick-me-up drink. It’s light, refreshing, and easy to make. Don’t have orange juice? Mix and match with any citrus fruit you have around.
  • Two small bowls of marshmallow salad with cherries on top are at the front of the image. Two spoons are crossed to the right of the first bowl. A striped dish towel is in the background.
    15 min
    This Classic Ambrosia Salad recipe is a throwback to a simpler time. It’s just fruit, whipped cream, marshmallows, and almonds. Ambrosia salad is a light, airy, sweet treat.
  • Easy focaccia bread with rosemary baked and cooling on a cooling rack
    4 hrs, 50 min
    Homemade focaccia is simply the BEST! It's easy to make, but be sure to give yourself the afternoon. You'll be rewarded with a rich, rosemary-scented bread that feeds a crowd. Serve as an appetizer or as a side with soup, roasts, or braises.
  • Broccoli Slaw with Cranberry Orange Dressing in a white bowl
    25 min
    Gluten-Free, Vegetarian
    Don't toss your broccoli stems! They're sweet and tender, and fantastic tossed with cabbage, carrots, and a tangy cranberry orange dressing for this delicious slaw.
  • A close up side view of a glass casserole dish with a wooden spoon scooping out the potato casserole.
    1 hr, 5 min
    Vegetarian
    Cheesy Potato Casserole without the canned cream of anything soup. This recipe relies on simple ingredients in your pantry to make a quick and easy cheese sauce. It sounds fancy, but don’t worry. It’s easy!
  • Horizontal photo of Apricot Hamantaschen set in a circular pattern on a white surface.
    1 hr, 42 min
    Get ready for Purim with Apricot Hamantaschen! These fruit filled cookies are like little pies. We're making these with a dried apricot filling, but it's easy to swap in your favorite.

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