Adding a little salt and brown butter to chocolate chip cookies takes them from basic to amazing,
Upgrade roasted Brussels sprouts with crispy bacon, garlic and balsamic vinegar.
Sweet coconut, fluffy frosting and rich chocolate cake layers come together to make one incredible dessert.
Curtis Stone makes one of Kathie Lee's all-time favorite desserts: banoffee pie.
This recipe for spinach and artichoke dip baked into mini puff pastry bites is perfect for parties.
This oven-baked pull-apart french toast recipe is easy to make before brunch gets started so it's perfect for entertaining.
Use your leftover holiday turkey to make this easy enchilada casserole recipe from Siri Daly.
Al Roker shares a sticky toffee pudding recipe for a dessert that's perfect for Christmas or any holiday celebration.
Make eggnog extra special with the addition of maple syrup and rye whiskey.
Al Roker's herb and Dijon rib roast recipe is incredibly easy to make.
Swirl chocolate fudge with peppermint and white chocolate fudge for a holiday fudge recipe that everyone will love.
This holiday cider glogg recipe is perfect for Christmas and other holidays.
Carson Daly shares his family's recipe for a classic Brandy Alexander cocktail.
This reindeer tracks hot chocolate recipe will delight the whole family.
Sweet and spicy ginger-cinnamon almonds are a great party snack.
Top popcorn with an everything bagel seasoning blend for a great party treat.
Struffoli (Italian doughnuts) with walnuts, lemon and honey are the perfect way to finish a Feast of the Seven Fishes meal.
Classic Baccalà alla Livornese — baked salt cod with potatoes, olives, capers and garlic — is surprisingly easy to make.
Fritto misto, a crispy blend of fried seafood and vegetables, is an Italian treat that's perfect for entertaining.
Cut the calories and fat this Christmas with this lightened up eggnog recipe from nutrition guru Joy Bauer.
Michael Lomonaco takes fruit cake to the next level with this fruit cake ice cream sundae recipe.
A homemade spice blend, chocolate chips, and candied citrus peel take holiday cookies to the next level in this Marcus Samuelsson recipe.
Use up all those leftover odds and ends of cheese to make this easy cheese dip (aka fromage fort).
Gaby Dalkin's Brussels sprouts recipe calls for pomegranate seeds for a pop of color and bright flavor.
Chloe Coscarelli's red wine cake with drunken raspberries recipe is a great use for leftover wine.
Jerome Grant gives holiday ham a Caribbean spin with jerk seasonings and mojo.
Pomegranate seeds and candied sunflower seeds liven up a broccoli, delicata squash and rice salad.
Anne Burrell's standing rib roast recipe calls for rubbing the beef with a fragrant blend of rosemary and garlic.
This savory tomato tart (with plenty of brie!) will get everyone’s appetite going.
When you need a last-minute dessert, you turn to a tart. Why not do the same for appetizers?
If you have leftover ham from Christmas, Easter or any other occasion, make Siri Daly's easy ham and vegetable casserole recipe.
This recipe gets everything done in one pan and the glaze goes with the apples and Brussels sprouts wonderfully.
This show-stopping recipe uses simple grocery store ingredients so the kids can easily get involved as it comes together quickly.
Cooking slow and low then roasting allows you to use the oven for other dishes.
The trifle is sort of a "greatest hits" of the flavors of the holiday season all in one easy dish.
This wild rice soup can be used if you have a leftover roast turkey or can be easily whipped up from scratch.
Adding bacon to a shrimp cocktail takes it to the next level.
Brian Malarkey's Italian pork sausage and olive meatballs are perfect for parties.
These citrusy, spicy crab cakes contain no breadcrumbs so they're low carb. Cook them in mini muffin tins for the perfect hors d'oeuvres.
Making homemade marshmallows is way easier than you think! Use your cookie cutters to make these adorable holiday drink toppings.
Impress without the stress with this flavorful roast recipe that will have guests coming back for seconds and even next-day leftovers!
This is one of my go-to recipes when I have ripened bananas in the house. My kids gobble them up.