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One of the best loved and most sought after treats are cookies. While boxed and bagged cookies are delightful and really take virtually no work other than opening the box or bag, there is nothing like a homemade cookie. Below are some of the most scrumptious and easy cookies recipes. Get out your baking sheets, mixers, and parchment paper. It’s time to bake cookies! Chocolate Chip Chunk Cookies Serving Size: 18-24 cookies What You’ll Need: • Mixer • Parchment Paper • Unsalted Butter, room temperature- 1/2 cup • Sugar- 2 tablespoons • Sugar in the Raw- 2 tablespoons • Light…

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Once the table is cleared and gifts are put away, it’s often time for one of the favorite moments of holiday gatherings. The taste (and smell) of those divine desserts you may only make once a year is enough to keep guests hungry even after the main course. (Family Features) Put a new staple on holiday menus for years to come with this Cran-Raspberry Quinoa Pudding Trifle that combines fresh raspberries, vibrant cranberry sauce, orange juice and orange zest for a unique dessert. Ready in 30 minutes, it can be an easy way to impress everyone at the table with…

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Thanksgiving often means an abundance of turkey leftovers. Rather than reheating the same meal repeatedly, let’s jazz things up! Repurposing your turkey leftovers can breathe new life into your post-Thanksgiving meals. Here are some quick and easy recipes that will make you excited about leftovers: 1. Turkey Pot Pie Ingredients: Leftover turkey, shredded Mixed vegetables (frozen or fresh) Pie crust (store-bought or homemade) Chicken or turkey broth Butter, flour, salt, pepper Instructions: Preheat the oven to 375°F (190°C). In a skillet, melt butter, add flour, and cook for a minute. Pour in broth and let it thicken. Add shredded turkey…

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When the winds howl and the chill of changing seasons brings a crispness to the air, one way to warm up from the inside out is with favorite foods. Filling up on comforting recipes like hearty soups and stews can be the solution you need to fight off cold temperatures. Consider quick and easy ingredients that add a little warmth to your plate as the cravings for comfort kick in. Cheese family favorite in recipes year-round, ooey-gooey cheese is a hallmark of cool-weather recipes. Consider creamy mac and cheese mixed with your preferred protein, homemade Mexican cuisine topped with melted…

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Putting a delicious, kid-friendly meal on the table in an hour or less is goal No. 1 for many families. When the hectic schedules of back-to-school season are in full effect, saving some precious time in the kitchen can make all the difference. Take a homework timeout and bring loved ones running to the dining room for family favorites like Sweet Heat Pickled Beet Grilled Cheese. This modern take on a childhood classic pairs sourdough bread with brie cheese, a spicy-sweet hit of hot honey and juicy Aunt Nellie’s Diced Pickled Beets. If letting your oven do the work is…

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Cooler days call for comforting flavors the entire family can enjoy at the dinner table like roasted veggies – from sweet potatoes to pumpkin and more – paired with hearty favorites like cheesy pierogies that provide a sense of warmth and coziness. Make this autumn one to remember by creating new meals and memories along the way. Consider a cozy, warming dish like Roasted Sweet Potatoes Brown Butter Pierogies, which is loaded with the flavors of the season. This comforting meal starts with cubed sweet potatoes – a hallmark of fall – along with pierogies tossed in a homemade brown…

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Prosecco is a sparkling dry white wine made primarily from Glera grapes that are grown in the Prosecco region of Italy. It is sometimes compared to Champagne in texture and taste. However, Prosecco is produced differently and the flavor is not exactly the same. This wine is bubbly, crisp, and has notes of citrus fruits. All varieties of Prosecco average approximately 11% alcohol content and are more affordable than Champagne when looking for a sparkling beverage. In the dog days of summer, when temperatures and humidity are high, cocktails made with Prosecco are cooling and refreshing. Imagine sitting and sipping…

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While you might think that there is only one way to make a root beer float — adding a scoop of vanilla ice cream to a tall glass and filling it to the brim with root beer — there is actually quite a bit of flexibility and variety to this delicious treat. Below are several variations and tweaks to the old recipe that are sure to excite your taste buds. The Brown Cow Chocolate and vanilla are dire opposites in the world of ice cream flavors and the brown cow takes this approach toward the root beer. Simply trade out…

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Chicken gyros are a popular dish that originated in Greece but has gained widespread popularity worldwide. They consist of thinly sliced marinated chicken that is typically cooked on a vertical rotisserie, known as a gyro spit. The chicken is seasoned with a blend of Mediterranean herbs and spices, which can vary depending on the recipe. Here’s a simple and delicious recipe for Chicken Gyros that you can enjoy on a nice summer night: Ingredients: 4 boneless, skinless chicken breasts 1/4 cup olive oil 3 tablespoons lemon juice 4 cloves garlic, minced 1 teaspoon dried oregano 1 teaspoon ground cumin 1…

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Supercharge Spring Meals with a Powerful Salad Bright, beautiful spring days often call for fresh, delicious meals that give you energy to enjoy the great outdoors. Whether you’re hitting the pavement for a run, powering up for an afternoon at the office or picnicking with loved ones, nutrition and flavor can go hand in hand with an easy-to-make salad. For your next springtime meal, lean on a versatile ingredient like sweet potatoes as a key ingredient in this Sweet potato Power Salad, a light yet filling solution that can feed the whole family. Easy to add to a variety of…

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