These apple cider doughnuts are as fun to prepare as they are to eat. Make it a family project, with kids cutting out the doughnut shapes and dredging the cooled doughnuts in the cinnamon sugar.Read now
Turkey Tetrazzini with Hard Cider Cream SauceRead now
Because the day after Thanksgiving should be just as delicious as the big feast—and maybe a tad more adventurous—we’ve got Tetrazzini with our own twist. Hard cider adds depth to the classic sauce, but still has all the traditional elements of the dish we love.
Shrimp and Asparagus PastaRead now
Quick and easy shrimp and asparagus pasta is a restaurant worthy dish that comes together in under 30 minutes. Filled with fresh lemon and fragrant garlic, prepare to wow the whole family!
One Pot Cheesy Hamburger PastaRead now
Skip the box and make this easy and cheesy homemade hamburger pasta. This classic comfort dish we all know and love comes together in no time, and is filled with fresh flavors the family will devour!
Cola Braised Pot RoastRead now
Cola adds a caramelized touch of sweetness to this hearty family favorite. Let the pot roast simmer on a Sunday afternoon and you’ll not only have a great Sunday supper—but a second meal ready for later in the week. (Or, if you prefer, freeze the leftovers to have an almost-instant meal ready when you need it.)
Crunchy Cranberry Butternut Squash Gluten-Free StuffingRead now
Crunchy water chestnuts make this gluten-free cranberry butternut squash stuffing the talk of the town! It is full of comforting fall flavors and is easily sautéed and baked in a dutch oven for little clean-up!
Bacon Apple Wild RiceRead now
Easy to make and full of inviting fall flavors, this bacon apple wild rice is one dish the whole family will love. It’s perfect for weeknight dinners, a must for Thanksgiving, and is sure to become a staple during the holiday season.
Candied PumpkinRead now
This recipe was created exclusively for Farberware® Cookware by Ericka Sanchez, recipe developer and food blogger at Nibbles & Feasts. Receta en Español aquí.
Chili and CornbreadRead now
NOTE: Use vanilla soymilk for a slightly sweeter cornbread. This cornbread is best eaten the day it’s made, but it’s also good toasted and spread with jam.