Sifted: Pretzel Parker House Rolls, Peanut Butter and Dark Chocolate Skillet Cookie + More
Make pretzel parker house rolls for your Thanksgiving table.
By: Allison Milam
- If ever there was a cookie of your dreams, this one would be it. The Peanut Butter and Dark Chocolate Skillet Cookie by Cook Republic is best eaten with a spoon so that you can dig out the dollops of peanut butter and chocolate chunks. It may be gargantuan, but it is only sweetened with honey, making it surprisingly wholesome (if you don't devour the whole darn thing).
- Sometimes burning things in the kitchen is a true disaster, but other times, it can turn out quite well. Lottie and Doof studs its Espresso-Burnt Sugar Shortbread with small shards of shattered sugar. Though not actually burnt, the sugar chips give a sweet, caramelized flavor to traditional shortbread.
- For more ways to fill your breadbasket, get recipes for buttery rolls, biscuits and more from CookingChannelTV.com.
- Load up on dessert ideas for your Thanksgiving feast with Cooking Channel recipes for pies, cakes and more.
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Quick-cooking rice makes this Autumn Rice Salad a speedy weeknight dinner.
Get make-ahead Thanksgiving side dish recipes that will reheat well on Cooking Channel, including cranberry sauce, stuffing and more.
You've probably been seeing a lot of recipes for butternut squash lately, and for good reason. It's rich, creamy and sweet, making it hard to believe that it's healthy-- good source of fiber, low in fat, high in antioxidant-rich vitamin C kind of healthy.
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In our humble opinion, Thanksgiving is superior to any other day of the year. In an effort to make this year's feast the best of all time (sorry, Pilgrims and Wampanoag tribe), we're bringing you the recipes, how-tos and decorating ideas to help you become a Turkey Day pro.