8 Bite-Sized Appetizers You Can Make in a Mini Muffin Tin
Turn that novelty bakeware into a kitchen workhorse.
Gingersnap Baked Alaska Pie
This impressive twist on a traditional Baked Alaska is sure to satisfy all your holiday guests—the cookie lovers, the pie fanatics, and the ice cream die-hards, too. We’re suckers for coffee ice cream (and it pairs wonderfully with the warm spices in the gingersnaps), but feel free to use any flavor you please. In the summer, try a graham cracker crust and chocolate ice cream for a tasty take on s’mores. The key to success here is creating a stiff meringue, so be sure to pay attention to the indicators in the recipe. To test whether you’ve achieved stiff peaks, remove the whisk attachment from the mixer and hold it upright. The meringue should hold its peak and not droop down the sides.
How to Teach Your Kids Gift-Receiving Etiquette
Let’s be honest: Not every holiday present is going to elicit the reaction a Hatchimals might. Some will be downright disappointing. But you don’t have to end up in an embarrassing situation, where your little one stands there in stunned silence (or, worse, voices the disappointment out loud). Parent Hacks author Asha Dornfest shares three tips for teaching kids how to graciously receive any gift.
5 Genius Ways to Style a Bar Cart for Every Occasion
It’s a serving station when you’re entertaining, a display spot when you’re not. Here are five top-shelf setups.