Allrecipes December 2016/January 2017

Introducing brand-new Allrecipes…the only magazine that brings you the absolute best of the best from over 43,000 tried-and-true family favorites on! Each issue brings you hundreds of secrets you won’t see anywhere else – fast tips to save you time and money, step-by-step how-to’s, and ideas to help you put your own spin on every dish!

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letter from allrecipes

That’s why for the gift guide on page 17—our first official, put-a-bowon-it Holiday Gift Guide!—we set out to find cool and helpful options for every kind of cook, every type of budget, and every corner of our favorite place: the kitchen. And we didn’t do it alone. We asked six food bloggers from different parts of the country (learn more about each at right) to help us choose products so awesome and useful that they would never end up tucked away in a forgotten cupboard or (the horror!) regifted. These creative home cooks came up with so many great gifts that a few even spilled over into other parts of the magazine, like the “Waffle House” story on page 67 and our “Last Call” column on page 112. Many are easy on…


10 Billion Doughnuts sold in the U.S. each year (that’s 32 for every man, woman, and child). Lots of Allrecipeeps make their own during the holidays, though: Our “How to Make Crispy and Creamy Doughnuts” video on YouTube has earned 2.3 million views. 4,856,232 Views of our “How to Make Easy Pancakes” video, one of the most-watched breakfast videos on our YouTube channel. 2,163,632 Re-pins of community member Marsha Fernandez’s Clone of a Cinnabon, our most-pinned breakfast recipe of all time. 18 Pounds Bacon eaten by the average American each year (most of it during the holiday season, and often for breakfast). Allrecipeeps are clearly getting their fix: Rae’s Bacon Cheddar Patty Cakes scored 2,448,164 re-pins last year. Our Most-liked Breakfast Recipes on Instagram • Blueberry-Lemon Loaf • Chia Seed Pudding • Carrot Cake Doughnut Holes with Cream Cheese Dip 118,406 Views of…

the kitchen sink

WITH THE HELP OF THESE FOOD BLOGGERS FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY, WE’RE SERVING UP GIFT IDEAS THE COOKS ON YOUR LIST ARE SURE TO LOVE. ERIKA COUNCIL Atlanta mom and supper-clubber MARISA McCLELLAN Philadelphia small-batch canning guru BILLY GREEN Los Angeles foodie and funnyman EMILY PASTER Chicago food-swap maven ASHLEY RODRIGUEZ Seattle mom and pastry chef CASEY BARBER New Jersey cocktail and pierogi queen Sink & Corintertop READY, SET, SHOP! Blipp any page in this guide with your phone for links to online shopping and the latest pricing. Blipp details are on page 4. “These stacking canisters are as practical as they are gorgeous. I’ll take one of each, please!” —EMILY “I’ve had this knife block for more than a decade now, and every single person who’s been in my kitchen has fallen in love with it.” —CASEY COLOR-WHILE-YOU-COOK BOOK Adult coloring books have been around for a while…

recipes you love!

saved 16,102 times 71 REVIEWS prep 10 min cook 45 min ready 1 hr serves 8 submitted by: melissa mieske HEALTHY PICK MINOTAURD “I used pinto beans instead of beef to make it vegetarian and got many compliments that it wasn’t ʻlacking’ anything.” REBECCADAVIS “I made this with ground turkey and low-carb tortillas. It was so delicious! I threw the leftovers in with some spinach and salsa for a taco salad.” MIKE68W “I added ½ pound chorizo for a little extra kick. Even my kid, who refuses to eat anything with corn in it, ate a plate-sized piece!” Mexican Quesadilla Casserole 1 pound ground beef ½ cup chopped onion 1 (15-ounce) can tomato sauce 1 (15.5-ounce) can black beans, drained and rinsed 1 (15-ounce) can diced tomatoes with lime juice and cilantro [From our kitchen: Ro*Tel makes this flavor in 10-ounce cans, but you can also use plain diced tomatoes…

happy new year!

Scan, tap, shop! Blipp to save these recipes or add their ingredients to your shopping list. Page 4 shows how. MENU Cajun Salmon Jacob’s Roasted Broccoli Hoppin’ John WINE PICK Abita Turbodog or other malty brown ale Cajun Salmon 2 teaspoons olive oil 1⅔ tablespoons Old Bay Seasoning 4 (6-ounce) skin-on salmon filets 4 teaspoons fresh lime juice Preheat oven to 425°F. Rub oil and Old Bay Seasoning over both sides of salmon and transfer, skin sides down, to a baking dish or ovenproof skillet. Bake until just cooked through, about 10 minutes. Sprinkle with lime juice before serving. PER 1-FILLET SERVING: 244 CAL; 10g FAT (2.2g SAT); 38g PRO; 0.4g CARB; 0g FIBER; 386mg SODIUM; 85mg CHOL BRAND-NEW RECIPE! GO ONLINE TO RATE AND REVIEW. prep 5 min cook 10 min ready 15 min serves 4 submitted by: jacob welshans HEALTHY & QUICK CONTEST WINNER JACOB WELSHANS “Salmon is the…

fudge it

322 REVIEWS prep 15 min cook 5 min ready 2 hr, 20 min (includes chilling) makes 64 pieces submitted by: tina mckellar musial GLUTEN-FREE Blipp, watch, make! Or go to MCEDILLO “I made this for a Christmas party and everyone loved it! I put the candy canes inside a large zip-top plastic bag before crushing them with a hammer.” TYORK “I cut the recipe in half, used a round cake pan, put the empty can of condensed milk in the middle, then put the fudge around the can to make a wreath and decorate it. So easy and beautiful.” Candy Cane Fudge 3⅓ cups vanilla baking chips 1 (14-ounce) can sweetened condensed milk 2 teaspoons peppermint extract 1½ cups crushed candy canes (about 50 mini candy canes) [From our kitchen: Mini candy canes are easier to crush and provide more color than full-size ones.] 4 drops red…