Wish you could eat carrot cake for breakfast? Muffins make it possible. Start with our basic, built-for-customizing recipe for muffins and then add a few key ingredients like shredded carrots and raisins to get you there.
(Image credit: Starbucks) Are you sick of the Pumpkin Spice Latte yet? There's a new limited-edition Starbucks drink that you need to know about.
There's no question that the standard oven temperature of 350°F gets the job done for baking up muffins and quick breads.
Cooking scrambled eggs on the stove only takes 10 to 15 minutes, but sometimes you don't even have that long.
(Image credit: Emma Christensen) I'll admit I was clueless about nonstick cookware. I bought a brand-new nonstick skillet, with the intention of making eggs, and after a few months I found the eggs were already sticking to the surface of the pan.
Sometimes the nutty, hearty chickpea needs a little contrast — and for that, there's creamy, tangy yogurt.
I love a big bowl of soup for dinner, but often I find that I need a salad and some crusty bread to really call it a meal.
(Image credit: Melissa Ryan) It's that time of year: the nights are getting darker earlier, the temperatures are dropping, and Oktoberfest is happening at a bar near you.
Apple-picking season may be winding down, but fall baking is just starting to take off. If you already know and love monkey bread, here's a fun fall twist to make it even more special: Tuck a small nugget of spiced apple into each dough ball and bake up a towering caramel apple monkey bread.
(Image credit: Bolig) From Apartment Therapy → Drama, Drama, Drama: 13 Kitchens with Scene-Stealing Lighting
Gothic Table for Halloween (Image credit: Lia Griffith) Black is the new orange! At least, that's what I'm thinking after looking at this pretty gothic tablescape by crafter extraordinaire Lia Griffith.
Let's say you don't have any festive cookie cutters for Halloween, but you still want to decorate (and devour) some frosted brownies: Channel your inner Dr.
(Image credit: AT Media) Are you the first of your friend group to know what's trendy in food? Do you devour food magazines and obsess over what is new at the grocery store?
I love Halloween. I love the fact that kids of all ages come from other neighborhoods to trick-or-treat.
Dry ice can help create a spooky effect at your next Halloween party, but if it isn't properly stored, it will dissipate into a fog before you actually need it to.
When I was 23 and newly married, I moved to England with a couple of duffel bags, a few boxes of wedding gifts, and my family's banana bread recipe.
A bowl of plain oatmeal is a blank canvas in which you can express your breakfast dreams. If you don't have time to create a masterpiece, however, flavored oatmeal is always an excellent option.
Hot mulled cider is a must-have at all our fall and winter shindigs. It's probably a holdover from when we lived in New England and the frigid winters necessitated lots of hot beverages.
(Image credit: The Decorista) From Apartment Therapy → Dark, Moody & Super Stylish Halloween Decor
Did You Know You Can Turn Apple Peels into a Delicious Snack? (Image credit: Christine Gallary) It's that time of year, when apple-filled desserts reign supreme.