Cooking with Small Appliances

Cranberry Maple Squares
Enjoy a deliciously wonderful treat for the whole family all year long! These are perfect for the holidays. More »
Nutty Choco-Caramel Tarts
While these mouthwatering chocolate tarts are a delightful holiday dessert, a fabulous cookie swap recipe, and are great as a 'pick-me-up' midday snack. And they provide nutrients to support your muscles, bone and skin. More »
Just Peachy Gingerbread Upside-Down Cake
 No time to bake dessert this busy holiday season? Judith Finlayson, author of 150 Best Slow Cooker Recipes, suggests making it in your slow cooker to save time! The deliciously rich molasses-flavored gingerbread, topped with peaches in caramel, is an absolutely irresistible combination.... More »
The Ultimate Baked Apples (gluten-free)
These luscious apples, simple to make yet delicious, are the definitive holiday dessert. If you feel like gilding the lily, serve them with a dollop of whipped cream, coconut whipped cream or cultured coconut. More »
Carolina Sweet Potato Pie
I once knew a family of Carolinians who moved from the South to New York City many years ago. No doubt because of their Southern roots, these folks always called sweet potatoes "Carolinas." This is the pie they made every holiday, which I think is the best sweet potato pie I have ever tasted. Serve... More »
Morning Waffled Cinnamon Rolls
Waking up in the morning is so much better when the smell of warm cinnamon and brown sugar is wafting through the air. Baking cinnamon rolls in the oven can seem to take an eternity, but when you waffle them, they are ready in about 3 minutes. The dough needs an hour to rise, though, so if you are... More »
Raspberry Drop Scones
Treat your family to these raspberry-stuffed scones for an idyllic weekend brunch, or a breakfast on the go. Butter and buttermilk blend with a hint of vanilla for a rich flavor and tender texture. More »
Coffee Pots de Crème
A pot de crème is like an unbrûléed crème brûlée — essentially a gently baked creamy pudding. The cute part about coffee pots de crème in particular is that you can cook them in little mugs, like the vintage Pyrex ones you bought for a dollar each at a garage sale or thrift shop, then eat your über... More »
Southern Pecan Bread Pudding (diabetes-friendly)
We reduced the amount of bread from the traditional recipe to keep carbs in check, but the pudding is still wonderfully gooey and deliciously comforting. More »
Butter Chicken with Spiced Cashews
For this butter chicken, Chandra Ram cut down the amount of cream, so it isn’t as heavy, and added some—not traditional but highly recommended—puréed chipotle chiles in adobo sauce for a deeper, more complex, smokier flavor. SO good. More »
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