Birthday cake? Too easy. How about a dessert idea that takes Betty Crocker cake mix, adds rainbow sprinkles, and turns it into the sweetest birthday bread loaf you've ever seen? Now we're talking. Plus, when your birthday cake doubles as a bread loaf, no one will question if you have it for breakfast and lunch!
Got cookie problems? We'll admit, we didn't perfect our chocolate chip cookies without making a few rookie cookie mistakes. Now that we've perfected the art of cooking making, we'll give you the best ways to identify the probable mistake and more importantly, how to fix it and avoid it in the future.
Take on a Swiss roll recipe that will add another baking skill to your apron. It's easy to start with a box of Betty Crocker Super Moist chocolate fudge cake mix. Then, you'll roll it around silky marshmallow buttercream frosting and finish it with a coating of glossy ganache. Hey, you're pretty impressive. Pin this recipe and get rolling.
Thanksgiving may be known for pumpkin spice, but you’re #bettyflippincrocker — so show up with the unexpected. Betty Crocker Fudge Brownie Mix gives this Thanksgiving dessert a fudge brownie layer before topping it with whipped cream cheese and crushed Oreo cookies. It’s an easy holiday dessert that’s perfect for any gathering.
A Thanksgiving dessert should have all the flavors of fall! Made with Betty Crocker cookie mix, this easy holiday dessert brings cinnamon, sugar and apples to a cookie recipe that’s about to be mandatory baking. With a cobbler-style top, fluffy center and a perfectly caramel bottom, everyone will be asking for a taste.
Little helpers may not be allowed to help carve up the big guy, but these Turkey Cookie Truffles are the perfect way to get the family involved while you and Betty run the show. Put them in charge of using Betty Crocker cookie mix and creating tail feathers and cute faces, so you can relax and enjoy an easy dessert after you’ve put Thanksgiving dinner on the table.
Discover a Thanksgiving-ready brownie recipe that’s good from the bottom to the top. Enjoy layers of the good stuff, like a brownie bottom made with Betty Crocker Supreme Original Brownie Mix, frosting and peanuts in the middle, and a top layer of crunchy cereal. Save it to your Thanksgiving board for when you’re tired of rocking pumpkin pie.
Looking for a garlic mashed potatoes recipe? You've come to the right pin. This recipe is the creamiest and fluffiest one you've ever served up with sour cream, milk, and 4 large cloves of garlic. Tasty mashed potatoes are just the start, check out our expert tips to learn more about creating the best mashed potatoes on the block.
Tart, tangy, and homemade - sounds like your kind of cranberry sauce recipe! Learn how to make cranberry sauce from scratch (it still counts with frozen cranberries). You can even do it the night before so if you're making our gourmet cranberry sauce recipe for the Thanksgiving table, you'll have one less thing to worry about.
If you want to cook a turkey right, start here. We've got fan-favorite recipes, preparation tips and tricks for cooking it to perfection. Sure, you can deep fry, grill, even slow cook a turkey. But if you want to pull off the traditional version with your own flair, we recommend starting right here with the best roasting know-how Betty Crocker can offer.
Did Thanksgiving even happen if you're not spending the next week using the leftovers to create some of these delicious dishes? Betty has turkey soup, turkey tetrazzini, turkey casserole and even a turkey noodle casserole recipe. These Thanksgiving leftover turkey recipes make all of the day-of work worth it, again, and again, and again.
There are so many delicious reasons to go beyond pumpkin pie this year, and we have them all gathered together in one sweetly decadent dessert recipe list. From pastries to chocolate desserts, homemade truffles to bundt cakes, there are enough dessert ideas here to keep you scrolling until Thanksgiving.
Are you planning on a stuffing recipe or a dressing recipe? Whatever you call it, Betty has this Thanksgiving side dish perfected any way you like. Cornbread dressing, sausage stuffing, traditional stuffing, turkey dressing, bread stuffing, the ideas go on. , and you'll be enjoying these dishes with your favorite turkey leftovers for days after too.
Thanksgiving dinner and recipes may be rooted in tradition, but with Betty, you can put your own flavorful spin on any dish. Thanksgiving food starts here, so get ready to Betty. We can help you take it to the next level with easy recipes that are perfectly elegant, and even a pumpkin pie to complete the meal.
Betty will break down the Thanksgiving side dishes, appetizers, desserts, and even how to cook a turkey with our meal prep guide for pulling off a Thanksgiving dinner. From 2 weeks ahead to the day of, you'll be ready to Betty. Start planning now so when you're carving up that bird, the only thing you'll be worried about is if you can eat a third helping.