Need new Christmas cookie recipes or dessert recipes? These are such easy Christmas cookies and they are AMAZING!
This year, think outside of the sugar-cookie cutter and throw an unexpected ingredient into the mix: anise seeds.
My family and I have made these anise seed Christmas cookies every year for as long as I can remember (there are the cutest pictures of me decorating them when I was little), and they’re still my favorite cookies of all time. I swear, nothing is better!
This kale quinoa salad with a honey mustard dressing from HelloFresh is one of my all-time favorites!
I tried HelloFresh for the first time last fall and absolutely LOVED it. My three veggie-friendly recipes came packed in a big box full of fresh ingredients, each in a small carton that tucks neatly into the fridge. While it’s billed as easy, these meals still took me way longer to prepare than something I’d usually make for myself on a weeknight. BUT with each recipe I learned some new skills (like making my own dressing from scratch) and I found a few favorites that I’ve made over and over since my first box—this salad is one of them!
It’s light and fresh for summer but still filling and loaded with super foods that you can feel good about. I live for honey mustard and this homemade dressing is easy and delicious. It’s also super easy to customize (I use shaved parmesan over feta, and you could use different nuts or dried fruit to switch it up).
I’ve made this salad so many times since my last HelloFresh box (meal prep it for a week of lunches or serve it for a night in with friends) that I wanted to share the recipe with you! Hopefully it’ll become one of your favorites too.
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The Sports Illustrated cover model and mom-to-be and her husband, John Legend, are always cooking something incredible. So after countless comments rolled in on each social media post asking for recipes and cooking tips, Teigen started a food blog,Delushious, which eventually inspired her new cookbook, “Cravings: Recipes for All the Food You Want to Eat.”
“I want the recipes to work every time, and without a jillion ingredients you have to go to twelve stores for,” Teigen writes in the intro. “And I want them to taste UNFORGETTABLE.”
So whether you want to spend nearly five hours cooking Pineapple-Grilled Short Ribs or 45 minutes whipping up the five-ingredient Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Brown Butter and Sage, there’s a recipe for everything you could ever want to make. Just check out one of the 11 perfectly snarky chapters, which include: Breakfast All Day, Noodles and Carbs, Salads (For When You Need Them), Sh*t on Toast, and Things That Intimidate People But Shouldn’t.
Loyal Chrissy Teigen followers — and, really, anyone who appreciates a good meal — will not be disappointed. Start with this recipe for Cobb Salad with Honey-Mustard Ranch Dressing, which, as Teigen writes, “gets me more Instagram likes than my boobs.”