Little girls everywhere have fallen in love with the Disney Frozen movie, watching it repeatedly and singing ‘Let It Go’ until their parents’ ears are bleeding. This recipe by How to Cook That is as magical as the movie character herself, down to the flowing dress and beautiful see through glistening cape.
93-year old cook and great grandmother, Clara (R.I.P.), recounts her childhood during the Great Depression as she prepares meals from the era. Learn how to make simple yet delicious dishes while listening to stories from the Great Depression.
Our good friend, The Frugal Chef, has been sharing her delicious recipes on No Time To Cook since 2009. Here’s one her most popular recipes, and one you’re surely going to love.
Store-bought donuts just can’t compare to making them at home. And believe it or not, they’re really not hard to make. Here’s a cute little recipe from the folks at Tastemade.
This “very moist” chocolate cake recipe was one of the most popular on the previous version of NoTimeToCook.com. Brought to us by Leo back in 2009, it has lasted the test of time. Enjoy!
Chef Nicko of Nicko’s Kitchen brings us this incredibly simple donut recipe that rivals the real thing (even though it’s NOT the official recipe). Plus you won’t have to stand in line! Ingredients 2 cups milk 1/2 cup butter 2/3 cup sugar 1 teaspoon salt 2 tablespoons yeast 4 eggs (beaten) 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg 5 cups SR […]
Such a cute and surprisingly easy recipe from Eugenie Kitchen. We find her cooking videos as mesmerizing as Bob Ross’ painting videos. (You can thank us later.)
This easy carrot cake recipe by Chef Jason Hill of Chef Tips is a perfect dessert for any occasion. If you want to add raisins or walnuts, you may need to cook it a bit longer. Just keep an eye on it after about 30 minutes or so.