Apple Custard Pie »
Simple yet elegant, this layered apple custard pie offers a twist on the traditional. Creamy custard pie filling is the perfect pair to a nutty walnut crust.
Asparagus Tomato Quiche »
A tasty spring garden vegetable quiche that makes a light easy dinner. Prepare in mini pie pans (or ramekins) for individual servings or for a convenient on-the-go snack.
Bacon, Egg & Mushroom Burritos »
Thick sliced apple wood-smoked turkey bacon, shiitake mushrooms and spinach enhance this yummy egg wrap. Perfect for breakfast or lunch on-the-go.
Bananas Foster Cheese Pie »
A simple dessert with classic Bananas Foster flavors. Garnish this creamy pie with sliced bananas and caramel drizzle.
Basic Cheese Quiche »
The French-inspired quiche is a perfect light lunch or dinner. Try adding chopped fresh herbs, such as parsley, basil or oregano.
Basic Fried Eggs »
Serve fried eggs for breakfast, in sandwiches or on top of steaks, burgers or hash. For a cleaner shape, break eggs into custard cups before sliding them into the pan.
Basic Hard-Boiled Eggs »
For easier peeling, use eggs that are 7 to 10 days old. Pack hard-boiled eggs for lunch. Slice or cut into wedges for tossed salad. Dice for egg salad. Color and decorate for Easter.
Basic Scrambled Eggs »
Spice up this easy egg favorite by adding pepper jack and salsa or lighten it up by substituting cooking spray and water for the butter and milk.
Basic Soufflé Omelet »
This simple French-inspired oven-baked soufflé omelet can be made savory or sweet. Fill it with cheese, meat and vegetables or top it with fresh fruit compote and whipped cream.
Blueberry Clafouti »
This rustic French dessert is a cross between a dense custard and a cake. It can be made with cherries, peaches, pears or plums.
Broccoli-Cheddar Frittata »
Packed with broccoli, eggs and cheese, this is a delicious way to include protein and vegetables in a hearty breakfast or skillet supper.
Cannoli Cake Roll »
Fill this Italian-inspired rolled cake dessert with candied cherries, orange peel, pistachios or mini chocolate chips for easy entertaining.
Caramel Pumpkin Torte »
An enticing interpretation of the traditional Thanksgiving pie, this delicious pumpkin dessert is drizzled with rich caramel.
Cherry Madeleines »
A fruity twist on the traditional French cake-like cookie, this sweet treat can be dipped into chocolate for added flavor.
Chocolate Glaze »
Drizzle this semi-sweet chocolate glaze on eclairs or over cream-puffs.
Classic Egg Salad »
This creamy egg salad can be layered with crunchy lettuce on whole wheat toast for a simple sandwich, or stuffed into cherry tomatoes for an impressive appetizer.
Cream Puffs »
This classic favorite can be made ahead; add the filling just before serving.
Date Nut Bars »
A classic Holiday bar cookie, this crowd-pleasing favorite is packed with dates and pecans, and sprinkled with powdered sugar.
Eggnog French Toast »
Leftover eggnog? Try this sweet and creamy holiday twist on traditional French Toast. Top with fresh fruit, drizzle with syrup or simply dust with powdered sugar.
Eggs Benedict »
A classic poached egg with Canadian-style bacon and an easy Hollandaise sauce. Substitute smoked salmon for a twist on this brunch favorite.
Ham & Asparagus Strata »
A hearty cheese, ham and asparagus egg bake easily made ahead to keep your holiday brunch a little less hectic.
Meringue Kisses »
Simple and gluten-free, try making these light, airy treats in flavors such as chocolate, citrus or mint.
Pecan Pie »
Try substituting walnuts, cashews or macadamia nuts in this rich Thanksgiving holiday staple. The nutty piecrust enhances the pecan's nutty flavor.
Piecrust - Basic Baked Piecrust »
An easy and basic piecrust. It can also be used to make tart shells and quiche crust. The pastry dough can be made in the food processor.
Piecrust - Meringue Pie Shell »
Make this simple and perfectly crisp, sweet pie shell for your favorite tart filling. Try the individual shells for a personal-sized treat.
Plum Coffeecake »
Serve this delicious plum coffeecake with brunch or as dessert. Keep it lively by substituting your favorite fruit. Serve warm or cool.
Seafood Soufflé »
Serve this impressive savory soufflé while entertaining guests. Substitute other favorite seafood such as scallops or crab.
Winter Squash Custard »
This fall vegetable dish is filled with yummy brown sugar, spice and winter squash. Make ahead and serve with holiday turkey or ham.