Chrissy Teigen has amazing recipes, and don't let anyone tell you otherwise. The title of her cookbooks, Cravings and Cravings: Hungry For More, say it all: the model-turned-food-blogger-turned-cookbook-author likes to eat foods she actually craves, and she has two entire books (and a fun website) dedicated to recipes you won't be able to resist. We're talking chicken pot pie soup, lemony spaghetti cacio e pepe, fried chicken wings with honey butter, mac and cheese with garlicky breadcrumbs, and much more. If you need any more convincing that Chrissy Teigen is the ultimate cooking muse, read on to discover 16 of her best recipes you can try at home. - Additional reporting by Lauren Harano Related: If You're Craving Shake Shack, Here's the Recipe For Its Famous Burger Sauce
Perhaps it's the rainbow of cheerful hues, the adorable two-bite size, or - most likely - the perfect crisp-chewy texture, but I just can't get enough of French macarons. Even when I'm stuffed to the gills, I can always make room for these tiny, delicate pastries.
Bread-lovers, if you are on the hunt for the perfect carb-y loaf to make but don't have any yeast, don't worry - there's a recipe for that (or many, actually). Not including yeast in your dough can be both intentional (there are lots of benefits to cutting back on yeast!) or because the store is out and you don't have anything to work with at home. Either way, there are lots of great yeast-free recipes that are so delicious, you won't even miss it or notice it's gone. So, whether you are trying to go yeast-free or just want to cook a yummy bread recipe and don't have the needed ingredients on hand, these nine sweet and savory recipes are guaranteed to satisfy your bread cravings! Related: 12 Delicious Banana Bread Recipes You Won't Be Able to Resist
There are savory breads, there are sweet breads, and then there's banana bread - the ultimate sweet bread in a category all its own. And while banana bread is simple, it can still be made in any number of ways, meaning there truly is a recipe out there for everyone. You can stick with the classic banana bread or you can get creative with add-ins: walnuts are a popular option, coconut flakes can be thrown in, and, our personal favorite, chocolate chips can add a bit more decadence. But have you tried other fruits? Or maybe a vegetable? We found 12 recipes that vary from classic to "wow, I never would have thought of that!" Read through to see and bake them all - there might even be some Funfetti! Related: These Delicious Chocolate Banana Muffins Have an Unexpected Secret Ingredient: Hummus
When it comes to cupcakes, there's nothing like Magnolia Bakery's classic vanilla cupcake. It's the treat that started the cupcake craze, so we went inside its bakery in LA to learn the technique to making perfectly delicious cupcakes.
Dr Jeff VanWingen's YouTube video uses the 'serialisation technique' on groceries, and over 20 million are watching.
During the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, we have to be more careful than ever with not spreading germs, and one thing to be hyperaware of is how you handle groceries. In any food's journey from manufacturer to grocery store to your home, it can encounter a variety of people, which means it can be exposed to the coronavirus along the way. If you're in a store shopping, be careful not to touch anything you don't want to bring home, just so you aren't spreading your own germs, and shop with a purpose. With people being instructed to socially distance as much as possible, it's important to minimize your time outside the house, so make that grocery list and save the browsing for another day. And when you do get everything you need, here are four tips for how to handle your groceries when you bring them home. Related: Craving a Starbucks-Level Latte? Here's How to Make One at Home in 3 Easy Steps POPSUGAR aims to give you the most accurate and up-to-date information about the coronavirus, but details and recommendations about this pandemic may have changed since publication. For the latest information on COVID-19, please check out resources from the WHO, CDC, and local public health departments.
The author's perfectly acceptable homemade ravioli. Most of us have never spent this much time at home.
Friends has so many iconic moments, and many of them revolve around food, so the ultimate Friends fan needs this The One With All the Recipes: An Unofficial Cookbook for Fans of Friends ($25). Since we're eating at home right now, this couldn't have come at a better time.
Image Source: Getty / Philip Toscano Krispy Kreme is stepping up to show its gratitude for healthcare workers who are tirelessly helping others during the coronavirus outbreak. The doughnut chain will soon begin giving out boxes of free glazed dozens to employees in the medical field.
If you're attempting to make home-baked bread but don't have any yeast (and don't want to run to the store), don't worry, you have options! The way yeast works is this: it's a fungus that reacts with water and then eats the sugar in the flour of your dough to create carbon dioxide bubbles. Those bubbles create air pockets in the dough, which makes it rise. There are other easy kitchen ingredients that will have much the same effect as yeast if you don't have any actual yeast on hand, though. So don't worry, bread-lovers, we've spelled it all out for you in the gallery ahead. Related: This Bakery in Japan Makes Corgi Butt Buns Filled With Jam or Custard, and Oh My GOD
Minimising coronavirus transmission means it's important to clean fresh produce, and wipe down packaging in case the virus is lurking on the surface.
My boyfriend and I have a resolution for the year to spend less money on coffee. We never made it around to purchasing our own coffee machine, but now that we're spending more time at home, it's the perfect opportunity to get one. If you're also on the market for a new one, then I'm here to help. There are tons of options online to shop, it can be hard finding the right choice. I looked to a few of my favorite sites and hunted down their best and most popular choices. Ahead, you can shop seven top choices that customers are raving about. Whether you're looking for a single brew machine, a french press, or a multipurpose device, no doubt you'll find one that fits your needs. These bestselling choices come at a wide variety of price points too, if you're on a budget, then there's a handful of choices for you. Keep reading to shop them all. Related: 21 Cool Gadgets and Tools That'll Take Your Kitchen to the Next Level
Cake is one of life's greatest simple pleasures, which means it should be protected (and by this I mean properly stored) at all costs. Whether you're freezing a cake that's yet to be frosted, saving a slice of your wedding cake for your anniversary, or just looking to have some yummy leftovers in a few days, we have the answers as to how you should save it.
When you're craving your usual pick-me-up from Starbucks but can't have it, the start of your day is just a little off. Thankfully, making a latte can be broken down into three steps that can easily be done from the comfort of your kitchen - and with this method, the only equipment you'll need is a French press ($13).
I love food, but there's just something extra special about snacks, you know? I've always been a snacker and most of the time would rather eat a bunch of snacks - not all unhealthy, thank you - throughout the day rather than actual meals.
I like to think of cacio e pepe (Italian for "cheese and pepper") as Rome's cosmopolitan version of mac and cheese. It's a simple recipe that requires nothing more than spaghetti, cheese, butter, and seasonings, but it's all in the technique.
The fast-food chain reveals they will not change their glove policy, but have assured employees will be paid through closures.
To many, grabbing a Starbucks coffee before work is an essential part of their morning. And while you can still get your Starbucks fix right now during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, store limitations have been put in place to help reduce the spread of the virus.