Snacks & Desserts

Vegetables

Cucumber with Yves Veggie Bacon & Ricotta

Even though I’ve been hosting holiday dinners and parties for what feels like forever, I have to admit I still get a bit stressed. I want everyone to have a

Fruits

Cranberry and Orange Hand Pies

The holidays are just around the corner (don’t panic!) and we’re already thinking about our menus. If we’ve learned anything from past experience (read: Total mental breakdown while wrapping presents.

Fruits

Strawberry and Rhubarb Slab Pie

I’ve never been able to master a lattice pie. I didn’t have a grandmother who lovingly showed me the way to a gorgeous handmade pie. A savory cook, she shared

Nuts & Seeds

Yogurt Bark

We first started making yogurt bark when we were in the recipe testing stage of our second book The School Year Survival Cookbook. It was going to be in our

The Holidays

3-D Christmas Tree Cookies

Scarlett and I had a disagreement about what holiday baking favorite we should shoot at a recent photo shoot. I was convinced we should photograph my cranberry and orange hand

Chocolate

Double Chocolate Peppermint Cookies

Every year I organize a holiday cookie decorating party for Scarlett and her friends. It’s not a cookie exchange with a goal of having dozens of cookies to use over

Snacks & Desserts

Candy Cane Cake

I let my kids run wild on Pinterest earlier this month, looking for inspiration on holiday baking. It may have permanently shifted the app’s algorithm so all I ever see

Snacks & Desserts

Broccoli Cheese Patties

Laura and I have been thinking a lot lately about the school year and the particular challenges it presents to parents. Because, let’s be honest, it’s not just our kids

Dairy

Apple Cheddar Muffins with Allégro for Kids on the Go

Whenever we ask parents on Facebook or Twitter what they’re looking for in upcoming posts, we know we’ll get certain responses. And I’m not just talking about the requests for

Round-Ups

6 Make-Ahead Snacks for Back-to-School

If packing a school lunch was just about making a sandwich and calling it a day, the school year would be an entirely different beast, wouldn’t it? Alas, my friends,