Give dad the royal treatment with this collection of meals fit for a king. From a lawn mower cupcake to grilling ideas galore, these recipes are perfect family fare.
Serve some heart-shaped pancakes to kick off Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day -- or any other special day!
A kickin' kebob that's convenient to eat when you're on the go.
A Tie-Dyed Cookie is made of a simple refrigerator cookie dough that has been divided into portions, each colored with the new, vivid food coloring gels available in most supermarkets.
Light and fluffy, these cupcakes deliver the best of both worlds with chocolate-y cake topped with creamy, white chocolate frosting. Garnish with shaved milk chocolate or icing to triple the pleasure.
Lush strawberries and dark chocolate complement each other perfectly, and this elegant confection is surprisingly easy to make at home. Roll in sprinkles, coconut or chopped nuts for even more deliciousness.
Homemade chocolate ice cream is special enough, but as a filling in this lush, nutty pie it's superb. Don't be daunted by notions of old-fashioned ice cream-churning -- this scrumptious mix chills right in the shell.
Peanut butter and chocolate is a much-loved combination, and these easy, no-bake bars get extra yummy-ness from both. Make a batch at the beginning of the week for special after-school treats or simple weeknight desserts.
This is the macaroni salad you know from childhood: sweet and zippy, creamy and comforting. Use a good quality whole-wheat macaroni, and nobody will even know it's in there, but along with all the veggies, it'll tip this old standby towards wholesomeness.
This wildly rich and delicious sauce is rife with spices — thyme and cayenne pepper, to name a few — that give it the proverbial kick while not assaulting your tastebuds. The optional red wine adds enticing undertones.
Make this with the outrageously delicious brown butter sauce and it will be outrageously good, and your fish-dissing children will love it.
Though it may seem strange at first, egg-topped anything is quite the culinary rage these days for good reason -- the soft yolk melds right into the sauce to create a rich and silky texture.
A delicious steak dinner.