Thanksgiving is two weeks away, and if you're looking for an easy festive cocktail, check out our bright and tasty caramel apple sangria.
Nothing says fall like the flavors of caramel and apple. When I was a kid, we used to go to an apple orchard every year around Thanksgiving, and my mom would buy me a big caramel apple. Talk about sticky heaven!
Today we're sharing ten must-see Star Wars birthday cakes from Star Wars parties on our site.
My husband already bought our tickets to the new Star Wars movie. That's how excited we are at my house!
I got home late last night from the BlogHerFood15 Conference in Chicago, where I was sent by Bounty as a brand ambassador (thank you, Bounty!).
My bag was chuck full o' food when I got home, one of the perks of going to a food conference. Most unusual product: powdered beef gelatin in a jar. I will try it in some bone broth.
Gemma Touchstone is a leader in the party design space, and now she's got a new book I want to share. It's called Party Style: Kids' Parties from Baby to Sweet 16 and is filled with gorgeous photos and original ideas.
Some of my favorite ones are the taco salad in a jar and the circus cake batter cookie dip. See, Gemma is not your traditional party thrower.
Want to know my hack for making delicious garlic green beans for Thanksgiving? I use the microwave! Seriously.
The green beans cook up nice and crisp in the microwave, and have a deep infusion of garlic. Simple and delicious and perfect for a quick side dish for the holidays! Here's how you do it...
This ooey gooey s’mores fondue is the perfect treat for a cold winter's day! Pair it with honey graham crackers and fresh strawberries and give your family a dessert they will love.
What I like the most about this recipe is that the chocolate sauce is made with both semi sweet and white chocolate chips. Crazy, right?! Well, let's get to the recipe...