Nutritionist Joy Bauer and trainer Will Weber challenged three TODAY viewers to get healthy before the holidays. See how they did!
30+ chefs and experts share their tips for cooking Thanksgiving dinner, including tricks for the perfect turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, pies and more.
Give turkey and unexpected twist with Korean chiles and a crispy fried coating.
Skip the effort of making a pie crust and top apples with a sweet oatmeal crumble for an easy, delicious dessert.
Make autumn entertaining easy with sweet, cinnamon pumpkin cake rolls.
Make funfetti, cheesecake, red velvet and chocolate cake even better with surprise ingredients and simple techniques.
Baking cheesecake in a shallow flat pan cuts down on the cooking time and makes this delicious dessert easier to slice and serve.
Salted caramel buttercream icing makes rich, chocolatey cake even more decadent and delicious.
Bake up a delicious red velvet cake topped with sweet cream cheese frosting for your next party or holiday get together.
Make cake even more fun with colorful rainbow sprinkles baked in the batter and mixed into the frosting.
Transport your tastebuds to the tropics with this cheesy, lobster-filled quesadilla topped with spicy crema and fruity salsa.
This decadent, party-perfect dip is filled with fresh lobster, earthy artichokes and melty cheese.
Ocean-fresh lobster meat gives cheesy quesadillas and warm artichoke dip an elegant flair.
Make Thanksgiving as joyful, beautiful and meaningful as it is delicious with fun crafts, delicious drinks, festive foods and easy decorations.
Feed a crowd on game day with caramelized onion dip, big-batch beef stew and a cheesy bacon and blue dip.
Get the salty, savory taste of crispy bacon and the creamy tang of blue cheese in one delicious game-day dip.
This hearty meat- and veggie-filled stew lets you feed a crowd without spending hours in the kitchen.
Put down the powdered soup mix! Fresh, creamy onion dip is easy to make and much better than the stuff from the packet.
Get in shape this fall with Joy Bauer's Trim Before Turkey challenge. Lighter recipes and easy exercises will have you healthier by the holidays.
With the most devastating wild fires in California history now out, it's time for wine country to rebuild. And you can help.
The answer is simpler than you might realize.
Cut calories and fat from indulgent doughnut holes and creamy Buffalo chicken dip with easy ingredient swaps from Joy Bauer.
Add Southern flair to your Thanksgiving table with mac and cheese with collard greensand ham, spicy cornbread and gingerbread-crusted sweet potato pie.
Make mac and cheese even easier with this Southern-inspired no-boil recipe.
Adding spicy chiles and whole corn kernels to cornbread ups the flavor factor in this must-have Thanksgiving side dish.
A gingerbread crust and and toasted marshmallow topping make this sweet potato pie extra special.
Top cheesy biscuits with savory red pepper jelly and smoky ham for an easy-to-eat, and super portable, game day bite.
Bake up a batch of these flaky, fluffy biscuits filled with cheddar cheese and fresh chives. They're perfect for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Creamy crab dip and crunchy, spiced kettle chips make a perfect game day snack or appetizer.
Serve creamy crab dip, crispy chicken sliders and cheesy cheddar biscuit sandwiches with ham and pepper jelly for great game-day grub.
Cape Cod-style spices gives these tender, juicy and crispy chicken sliders a ton of flavor.
Eat and exercise your way to a healthier heart with recipes and workouts from Joy Bauer and Woman's Day magazine.
Rich, meaty bolognese sauce takes a little time and some patience, but the delicious result is well worth the wait.
Martha makes cooking for couples easy and delicious with individual chicken potpies and miniature warm chocolate pudding cakes.
Make Martha Stewart's sweet, chocolaty individual pudding cakes with just 5 simple ingredients.
Martha Stewart makes individual chicken potpies that are perfect for a cozy winter dinner for two.
We can all learn from the TODAY anchor's brave attempt to conquer the "One Chip Challenge" from Paqui.
Crispy cauliflower coated in nutty browned butter and toasted breadcrumbs are great for snacking or a healthy side dish.
Take a culinary trip to Eastern Europe with recipes for crispy sumac cauliflower bites and roasted chicken cooked using an ancient technique.
Take nachos to the next level with tender grilled beer can chicken and other tasty toppings.
Treat your game-day guests to traditional Cuban sandwiches filled with tender, slow cooker pork.
Siri and Carson Daly gear up for game with Cuban sandwiches stuffed with slow-cooker pork and grilled beer can chicken topped nachos.