Cake of the Week: Mexican Chocolate Pudding Cake

This Mexican Chocolate Pudding Cake from Southern Living is definitely not your average cake. For one, it’s spicy. Two, it has a fudgy and pudding-like texture, and is best served warm with a scoop of ice cream. You’ll want to snuggled up with a bowl of this cake on those cool, fall nights.   What’s great about this cake is that […]

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The Game Plan: Cowboy Classic

Each week we’re following College GameDay, and featuring delicious eats, drinks, and more to suit your crowd for the perfect tailgate setup. This week GameDay is heading to Fort Worth, Texas for the Cowboy Classic where the No. 1 team, Florida State University and Oklahoma State will kick off 8:00 PM ET. Whether you’re watching from home or headed into […]

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Strawberry Margarita Jell-O Shots

Happy Labor Day weekend, everyone! If you’re searching for a fun way to kick off the 3-day weekend, look no further than Strawberry Margarita Jell-O Shots. Shots can be dreadful (bite the lime!), but these adorable strawberry shooters actually taste as good as they look. Make a batch of these beauties for a party this weekend and you’ll instantly become everyone’s […]

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3 Ways to Improve Your Labor Day Burger

I love a classic burger. I’ve also had a billion of them (that’s a rough approximation) in my lifetime, and I’m willing to bet you have too. I don’t have any beef with the standard burger toppings and adornments, but I am a little bit bored of them. With a few quick tweaks, from condiments to construction, your burger can go from forgettable to irreplaceable. […]

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How to Make 5-Star Peach Cobbler

Next week marks the beginning of September (!) and it’s catching us all a little off guard here at MyRecipes. We’re busy planning for tailgating season and the holidays, while retail stores are already putting up their Halloween decorations. If you’re mourning the end of summer, don’t fret! Technically, the fall equinox isn’t until September 23rd, so you have plenty […]

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GORP

Good old raisins and peanuts? Gobs of raw protein? Whatever you’re used to calling GORP, aka, Trail Mix, there’s one thing we can all agree on: It’s delicious. Nuts and Bolts Trail Mix If you’ve followed #TBT at all with MyRecipes, you know we live for a good literary reference when it comes to naming dishes. You know we also […]

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Pesto, Presto!

It’s not easy being green. That is, unless you’re basil pesto! The traditional Italian sauce consists of garlic, basil, pine nuts, olive oil, and Parmesan cheese. Its name stems from the Italian word pestare, which means to pound or to crush, in reference to the original method of making pesto using a wooden mortar and pestle. Purists can still make the vibrant sauce the […]

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The Easiest Pizza Ever

When I don’t feel like grocery shopping, I love coming up with recipes using ingredients I have on hand. One of the most successful concoctions I came up with on the fly were these easy-peasy pita pizzas:     My recipe calls for no real measurements, so just follow your instinct! These are more “guidelines” than a recipe, so feel free […]

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Kid-Approved Snacks

There’s PB&J, and then there’s PB&B (peanut butter and banana). Which do you prefer? I love both, but PB&B is good when you want a little natural sweetness or when you run out of jelly. This classic sandwich combo is quite versatile; you can have it for breakfast, lunch, or even dessert! Try it in gluten-free pancakes, chocolaty smoothies, creamy icebox […]

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Beer Bread Muffins

Tailgating treats are some of my favorite foods to make, because they’re perfectly portable and incredibly delicious. From gooey, cheesy dips, to bacon wrapped (anything), tailgating foods are just the best. When it comes to game time, we can all agree that brews and food are much appreciated, so I was thrilled when handed this little bag of the American Original Beer Bread […]

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