The Cauliflower Mash and the Lightened Up Green Bean Casserole are my personal faves.
I'm no domestic goddess in the kitchen, but these treats always come out looking great, with lots of help from the kids.
While I'm content to have leftover turkey three nights in a row, my kids are definitely not.
I put all the best flavors of Thanksgiving on one tasty stick.
I didn't think there was really a way to improve upon the perfect cup of hot cocoa---but I was wrong.
After experimenting in the kitchen, I was so surprised by how delicious mashed cauliflower could taste.
Oven space is at a premium at Thanksgiving. Why not utilize your Crock Pot?
Make your stuffing the slow cooker way and save all kinds of time and hassle---just don't forget to add the ranch!
Edible place cards? Yes, please. These are sure to make each of your guests feel special this Thanksgiving.
We chose 'BOO' for Halloween, but the possibilities for this secret message cake are endless.
Some are sweetly spooky and others are unnervingly creepy.
This year, we're not going to be just another house that hands out a snack-sized Snickers to every kid that knocks on the door.
From ghastly graveyard brownies to bloody s'mores, I've rounded up my favorites that are always a hit.
I threw caution to the wind and taught my toddler the art of making caramel apples (and the many combinations that come with them).