MyRecipes + MyFitnessPal = Calorie-Counting Bliss

The Editors of MyRecipes.com are beyond excited to announce that there’s now a new way to use our vast collection of recipes. Starting today, you can log any recipe on our site into your MyFitnessPal account, making it easy to reach your weight-loss goals and make healthy choices for your family. How does it work? It’s simple. Get started by […]

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Candy Corn: Yea or Nay?

Candy Corn Cake Wedges Certain foods seem to be a hit or a miss with most people. Take cilantro, for example. Some people can’t get enough of it, while others despise it. Candy corn is one of those strange, seasonal foods that you’re either pining for on Halloween or tossing every bag you get into the “giveaway” pile. So, what […]

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Cake of the Week: Graveyard Cake

Can you believe Halloween is almost here? The month of October is flying by, and it’s that time of the year again to break out all the decorations, think about costumes, and try not to eat all the Halloween candy before you actually need to use it! If you’re having a Halloween party, you’re definitely going to need a cake, […]

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Healthy Weekend Pizza

Growing up, my family always had pizza on Friday nights, and we still do that to this day. We used to order pizza for delivery, but a couple of years ago, we started making them ourselves. It’s so much easier to control the calories or how healthy your pizza is that way. It’s also really fun to experiment with any […]

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Where’s Waldorf?

Waldorf Chicken Salad I’m almost certain the first salad I ever ate was a Waldorf salad. The combination of apples, grapes, celery, and walnuts over a bed of lettuce doused in a mayo-based dressing could hardly be called a “healthy” salad, but it was a salad nonetheless. It was delicious, causing me to wonder, “Who was Waldorf? Where is he now?” After all, other salads have been […]

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How to Make Easy Cheesy Potato Soup

We’re finally beginning to see some cooler weather here in the South, and it’s kind of exciting. I’ve been holding out on some fall recipes because it just hasn’t felt like fall here. But now I need a jacket in the mornings and evenings, and I’ve dug my scarves and boots out of my closet. Thankfully, this means that it’s […]

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World Flavor Wednesday: Día de los Muertos

Sugar Skulls Halloween is one of America’s favorite holidays, but have you ever wondered how people in other parts of the world celebrate? Canada and Ireland uphold similar traditions to the United States, dressing in costumes and trick-or-treating for candy, but Latin America and Spain have some unique customs of their own. Día de los Muertos, or “Day of the Dead”, […]

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Simple Weeknight Pasta

If you’re like me, you usually have a couple nights during the week that are super busy and don’t leave you much time to think about dinner. Whether you’re taking your kids to practice, have a work event, or are hitting up the gym, sometimes you just need a list with a few quick meals you can turn to. Today, […]

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One Spooky Dessert

If you’re looking for a spooky dessert for your Halloween party, look no further. How about an edible cemetery–complete with tombstones and pumpkins? You’ve probably had this dessert before. You may know it as Dirt Pudding: an easy, quick classic that everyone loves. You really can’t go wrong with Dirt Pudding. It’s cream cheese pudding with alternating layers of crushed cream-filled […]

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Cake of the Week: Pecan Pie Cupcakes

Pecan pies are a staple dessert in the fall. We all know they’re great year round, but there is something incredibly delicious about a pecan pie in the fall: cool evenings, warm gooey filling, flaky pie crust, and crisp, crunchy pecans. As great as pecan pies are, I love it when classic desserts get a nice twist, like with these Pecan […]

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