Have you ever wondered what’s the best flour for biscuits and does it even make a difference? Can you substitute one for the other? Read on for everything you need to know to make the best Southern biscuits.
Tangy, spicy Homemade Buffalo Sauce uses basic ingredients and takes less than 10 minutes to make. It’s delicious on everything from buffalo chicken wings to burgers to pasta. Adjust the spice level to make it as hot or mild as you like.
You’ll find a comprehensive list of potluck ideas in this post just in time for your holiday potluck. We have everything from from broccoli cheese casserole to Christmas cookies! You’re guaranteed to find easy appetizers, side dishes, and desserts that are perfect for your next holiday gathering.
Cheesy, crunchy, creamy Buffalo Chicken Bites will be a hit at your next tailgate or party. Everything you love about buffalo wings wrapped up in a not-too-spicy bite-size appetizer. All the flavor without the mess so you can enjoy game day even more.
Take a classic appetizer to the next level with this from-scratch Sour Cream and Onion Dip. Fresh ingredients and caramelized onions make it so much better than anything you get from a dried seasoning packet. It’s sure to be a hit!
Fresh biscuits get an upgrade when smothered with Old Fashioned Sausage Gravy. Breakfast sausage adds loads of flavor to this hearty white gravy your friends and family will love.
Sour Cream Biscuits are extra rich, moist and easy to make. They’re great by themselves or with sausage gravy. Serve them warm, right out of the oven.
Beef and cheese enchiladas are a family-favorite dish that you can assemble in just fifteen minutes, sure to be a dinner-time hit. Creamy seasoned beef rolled up with tortillas and topped with sauce are baked until bubbly.
If you’re looking for a new spin on a classic, Pretzel Topped Sweet Potato Casserole is just the ticket. Buttery, rich potatoes topped with pecan-pretzel crumble are an irresistible creamy-crunchy combo. A sprinkle of cranberries makes this casserole even more festive.
All out of buttermilk, don’t worry, you can make it at home with just two ingredients. Three different ways to make buttermilk so you don’t have to make an extra trip to the grocery!
Baked Sweet Potato Pudding is a rich and flavorful Southern classic. Made with grated sweet potatoes that form a crisp topping to a custard based side dish. A great side for a holiday meal but simple enough to serve for a weeknight dinner.
Filled with apples and walnuts you’ll love Apple Cinnamon Oatmeal Bread on cool fall mornings. A delicious yeast dough slightly sweetened with honey and apples will make this bread a favorite.
If you’re looking for a super simple side, you can’t go wrong with Crispy Roasted Sweet Potatoes with Pears. This sheet pan dish uses just a few ingredients and has easy instructions. Let it bake while you’re prepping the rest of the meal.
Homemade Corn Pudding with fresh corn is an easy side that’s perfect for Thanksgiving, Christmas or any time of year. Creamy, buttery and savory-sweet, this classic Southern dish is quick to prep and great for a crowd.
You can’t beat these super simple, 3-ingredient Candied Yams. Tender and sweet with a caramelized sauce, you’ll have them on the table in 30 minutes. A classic Thanksgiving side dish
You can’t get any simpler than this 6 ingredients Crock Pot Mac and Cheese. So creamy and you don’t even have to boil the pasta, just dump and go and you’ll have the ultimate comfort food!
Yorkshire pudding better known as popovers are such a wonderful addition to a meal. Here are some great ideas for what to serve with Yorkshire pudding other than a pot roast.
Baked Pineapple Casserole with cheese is a classic side dish you’ll find in every Southern church cookbook. Popular at potlucks and funerals, you can’t beat its simple and easy ingredient list. As crazy as it sounds, it’s surprisingly good!
Homemade Pumpkin Apple Bread is super moist and full of warm fall spices. It’s the perfect treat for brunch or a coffee break. A topping of sweet streusel is an added bonus and no mixer is needed!
There’s nothing quite like creamy mashed potatoes. While great with your Thanksgiving turkey, what else goes with this wonderful side dish? Here are some great ideas for what to serve with mashed potatoes so you can enjoy them all year long and not just for a special occasion.
Add sweet peaches to a buttery cake and create a scrumptious peach cobbler cake. A thin layer of butter on the bottom transforms a simple batter into a peach dessert you’ll be making over and over again.
Old Fashioned Peach Cobbler boasts layers of juicy peaches under a crispy cake like topping. This Southern cobbler is simple to make and will quickly become a new favorite.
Tender sliced beef in a sticky savory sauce makes for a quick and fun weeknight dinner. This easy PF Chang’s Mongolian Beef is like having takeout, but tastes so much better! And it can be on the table in less than 30 minutes.
The smell of freshly baked bread is always irresistible. Impress your family and friends with this moist and tender Lemon Blueberry Pull Apart Bread that’s bursting with sweet berries and drizzled with the perfect lemony glaze.