Honey-Glazed Spiced Carrots Recipe
Spiced carrots will soon be your family's most requested Thanksgiving side dish.
Maple-Bacon Smokies Recipe
You'd be hard-pressed to find an appetizer that flies off the party table like these smoky-sweet sausages.
Spiced Molasses Drops
If you're a fan of spice cookies, our Test Kitchen calls these the best molasses cookies they have ever had. Our deeply spiced recipe is flavored with light molasses, vanilla extract, brown sugar, cinnamon, ginger, and one unexpected ingredient: black pepper.
Sausage-Stuffed Honey Buns
These sweet and savory rolls are inspired by the Howard family's love of sausage biscuits with muscadine preserves.
Hot Honey Recipe
This chile-infused honey will make a welcome addition to anyone's pantry as a holiday gift (yours included).
Brown Sugar-Cream Cheese Frosting
This sweet, silky cream cheese frosting is the perfect complement to a moist, stately carrot cake.
Hot-Sauce-and-Honey-Chicken Dip Recipe
This sweet and spicy dip recipe uses a store bought rotisserie chicken and your trusty slow cooker—could it get any easier? Using the rotisserie chicken helps this recipe come together with just 20 minutes of prep time, and your slow cooker will do the rest of the work. Hot sauce and chicken are two game day staples, and this dish brings the two together to create a crowd-pleasing dip that everyone will love. When picking a pepper for your dip, keep in mind that in general the larger the pepper, the less spicy it will be. If you often find yourself in tears when chopping onions, place it in the refrigerator for a couple of hours, or the freezer for 30 minutes, until you are ready to chop it. This may alleviate some of the pain. If you are expecting a large game day crowd, we suggest that you double this recipe and grab and extra bag of chips. Once your guests have one bite, they will be coming back for more.
Soft Sugar Cookie Trees
Not all sugar cookies have to be thin and crisp. These sugar cookies bake up soft, tender, and perfectly smooth for decorating.