(A lively crowd enthusiastically cheers) Thank you, thank you. Hi, thank you. I’m Adam, and I’m Ryan, and we are Husbands that Cook. We’re incredibly excited to be here, and it’s wonderful to see so many of you. For those of you visiting for the first time, welcome. We are husbands—we were married in 2006—and we love to cook! Today we are thrilled to introduce something entirely brand new; an appetizer that’s on the brink of stardom and ready to go viral. Friends, families, and people all across the globe… let the potato party proceed! If you like Indian samosas, you are going to instantly fall in love with our Samosa Tots.
This post was created in partnership with the National Mango Board. All opinions are our own.
Have no fear, the Husbands are here with some sweet holiday cheer! We know that December can be a bit hectic, so as you make last-minute travel arrangements, hang colorful decorations around the house, and shop for presents for your friends and family, we’ve got your busy backs. Today, we’re sharing an easy dessert that doesn’t require an oven or stove and is ready to light up the season with its golden allure. They’re almost too tasty to be true—will you please welcome to the 2019 holidays…No-Bake Mango Gingerbread Cheesecake Parfaits.
Happy Sunday everyone! It’s raining here in LA today and we are loving every drop. We’re going to keep this post short and simple and get right to the cookies. Introducing… Butternut Squash Snickerdoodles! Rolled in cinnamon-sugar, and baked with fresh nutmeg, ginger, and more cinnamon, these sweet treats are soft, pillowy, and dangerously delicious, especially warm from the oven! Enjoy the rest of your weekend and happy baking! xo Ryan and Adam
Hi-ho, hi-ho it’s off to Kentucky we go! On Friday, we will be flying to Lexington for a special FEEDback Retreat that our friend Lauren has been organizing for the past several months. We started to tell you about it when we posted the recipe for our bourbon pecan pie upside-down cake, and if you haven’t made it yet, this is the perfect time, since today we are sharing a refreshing cocktail—also made with bourbon—that will accompany that cake like a bow and fiddle. We have been requested to make both recipes at the retreat, and next weekend is already starting to sound like a party. Between bourbon tastings at local distilleries and cooking together with our friends in a historic country estate, we are also lending a helping hand to raise awareness for hunger relief. On Saturday morning, we will be working at a school cafeteria to volunteer with the nonprofit Rise Against Hunger to package over 15,000 meals for people in need. The event runs on donations, and our group managed to raise over $4,000, so we’re grateful to everyone that participated to make this a reality. If you live in the Central Kentucky area and would like to join us, we would love to see you! You can register HERE—it’s super easy and takes just a few seconds, and if you’re not in the area, but would still like to donate, click HERE.
This post was created in partnership with Taylor Farms. All opinions are our own.
One question we are often asked is how we stay so skinny. We may share lots of desserts here on the blog, but we also try to keep the recipes balanced between the sweet autumnal cocktails and cookies that continue to make appearances in our somewhat-balanced household. All kidding aside, it is a combination of factors: heredity (you should see how thin our moms are), hiking, and taking time to eat healthy. Our dinners for the past few months have consisted of mountains of roasted vegetables, sautéed greens, quinoa, and tofu prepared a hundred and sixteen ways. We have been extra creative in the kitchen, experimenting with different techniques to prepare our produce and we have been thrilled with the results. The only downside is it can take a while: when you’re in a hurry and don’t have time to cut and peel loads of sweet potatoes and beets then wait a half-hour while they cook in the oven, you need a quicker—but still healthy—alternative. So we created a delicious and easy weeknight dinner that takes less than fifteen minutes from start to finish, and we’re excited to share it with you today.