Although I am not personally a coffee fan, I rely heavily on caffeinated tea during the week to get that much needed morning kick.
The warm weather is finally here to stay, and we can’t wait to celebrate by whipping up a few of these delicious crab-stuffed avocado bowls to ring in spring!
If you’re looking for a nice, cold treat to help you beat the heat this summer, this incredibly easy recipe for scrumptious Italian ice will totally hit the spot!
At first, the idea of a potluck party sounds like the perfect solution for any overwhelmed hostess. With each guest helping to contribute to the cause, logic would suggest that many hands make light work.
I went on a vacation to Italy earlier this year, and one of the things I was most excited about was the pasta and pizza. Obviously, both of those foods were delicious, but I was surprised to find that there was another delicious treat that really blew me away: bruschetta.
I can still recall the first time I attempted the task. Back then, I was a smiling fourth grader — eagerly shaking a Ziploc full of half and half, salt, and ice cubes in science class. If we rattled the baggie hard and long enough, my teacher told us, a chemical reaction would result in the creation of ice cream!
If there’s one thing I miss most about living in the south, it’s the delicious Tex-Mex food I could chow down on whenever I wanted. I could honestly eat the spicy dishes for every single meal of the day.
The two best parts about the Fourth of July are the delicious barbecue food and sitting outside to watch the fireworks.
This holiday — which falls on March 17 every year and features tons of delicious food — is often associated with Ireland, the color green, and lots of good luck. With that in mind, we decided to put together a recipe that will serve as a totally tasty good luck charm for your St. Paddy’s festivities.
Looking for a quick, crowd-pleasing dinner to add to your recipe book? You need to try our delicious chicken parm stuffed peppers!
If you ask people what their favorite type of potato dish is, a good number of them will probably say French fries.
There’s nothing I love more than a chocolate peanut butter cup — as a kid, I would always trade away all my Halloween candy just to get a few more peanut butter cups.
As August approaches, now is the perfect time to take advantage of the warm weather and carefree vibes of summer before the back-to-school chaos takes over.
The weather is heating up, which likely means that so is your social calendar. Of course, summer cookouts and get-togethers go hand in hand with summer cocktails.
Every morning I wake up way too late after having pushed snooze one too many times on my alarm clock.
Convincing children to eat their fruits and leafy greens is not always a walk in the park.
Every time I chat with my doctor, regardless of whether I’m sick or not, she encourages me to do two simple things: drink water and eat fruit.
Summer is right around the corner, meaning it’s time to prep the best burger recipes to wow friends and family!
Every week on Little Things’ Facebook Live show Slice, we challenge culinary experts to make easy and delicious foods in under 20 minutes. This week, chef-instructor Jenny McCoy took some time out of her packed schedule to visit the Little Things kitchen and rise to the challenge.
If you had to pick, what would you say is your all-time favorite dessert?