Girl Versus Dough

crockpot swedish meatballs

overhead shot of crockpot Swedish meatballs in a bowl

This Crockpot Swedish Meatballs recipe is more than just a recipe — it’s a dinnertime savior. When life gets crazy (which happens more often than not, amiright), let the slow cooker do the heavy lifting for you when dinnertime rolls around. Add lingonberry jam and mashed potatoes and just like that, you have a satisfying, family-friendly dinner ready to go.

(NOTE: This post was originally published in 2019. We’ve since then updated it with new photos, but it’s the same recipe you know and love.)

cheddar-scallion biscuits

stack of cheddar-scallion biscuits on a cutting board

Flaky, fluffy, buttery cheddar-scallion biscuits are baked with melty cheese and thin-sliced green onions for a homemade biscuit recipe that you’ll want to keep in your back pocket any time a craving strikes. Whether you eat them for breakfast, lunch, dinner or snacktime, this easy biscuit recipe is bound to be a new favorite!

(NOTE: This post was originally published in 2018. We’ve since then updated it with new photos, but it’s the same recipe you know and love.)

montreal bagels

Montreal bagels stacked on a cutting board

Soft, chewy and totally delicious, these Montreal bagels are made with a maple syrup-kissed dough and poached in honey water for a slight sweetness that pairs well with all the classic characteristics of a bagel you know and love. Top these with plenty o’ seeds, toast and slather in schmear and enjoy the best homemade bagel you’ve had yet.

chocolate-nutella linzer cookies

close-up overhead shot of chocolate nutella linzer cookies on parchment

These Chocolate-Nutella Linzer Cookies are soft, chewy, chocolaty, sandwiched with a creamy chocolate-hazelnut filling — and absolutely delicious. Whether you make them for the holidays or on a day that just calls for cookies (which, in my book, is every day), you’re going to love these treats with a capital L.

cheesecake-stuffed red velvet crinkle cookies

red velvet cookies on a surface covered with powdered sugar

What’s red and white and stuffed with yummy cheesecake? These red velvet crinkle cookies, obviously! Soft and chewy chocolate cookies are filled with a creamy, cheesecake-like center for a holiday cookie that will blow you away with its deliciousness. This recipe makes 12 very large cookies, but prepare yourself to make a double-batch.

chai-spiced crescent cookies

a plate of chai-spiced crescent cookies

Christmas cookie-baking season continues with these chai-spiced crescent cookies! These moon-shaped, shortbread-like treats are made with classic chai spices — including cardamom, ginger and cinnamon — along with pecans and a generous dusting of powdered sugar to make them ultra-festive. They’re perfectly poppable when paired with a mug of hot tea, coffee or cocoa, and they come together in less than an hour — meaning you can bake them on repeat anytime you’re in need of cookies.