“Like the best diner pancakes of your life.” “This is going to replace my standard pancake recipe.” That’s what folks are saying about these ‘cakes.
Sometimes what you need isn’t a recipe, it’s a strategy. Like this frozen cookie dough magic that’s ready at a moment’s craving.
No vanilla. No chocolate. Just cream, sugar, cream cheese, and plain and simple goodness like you’ve never imagined.
You know how clafouti came into creation? Angels got confused when making breakfast and ended up with something in between custard and pancakes.
Sorta looks like a bunch of circus treats exploded, got smothered in marshmallows, and got magically turned into cake, eh?
Easy. Yummy. Packed with antioxidants. And fun to slurp through a straw. You can see why we consider this mommy’s little helper.
Seriously, it’s so easy to make your own sausage. Insanely easy. And holy heck, does it taste phenomenal.
We quite like these granola bars just as-is. But don’t let that stop you from adding your fave stir-ins to make them even more irresistible.
An insanely practical and easy way to put to use any leftover ham and odd bits of cheese from the holiday.
Got leftover spaghetti and some eggs? Then you’ve got supper. This recipe, from a chef at Chez Panisse, shows you how.
This outrageously satiating riff on Italian wedding soup swaps traditional beef and pork meatballs for turkey with the lilt of lemon.
You won’t find a single rolled oat in this granola recipe. What you will find is sweetly crunchy and obscenely nutty goodness galore.
Cookie dough is oft a means to an end, an interim state of existence, a fleeting moment sacrificed to the creation of cookies. No more.
This easy, cheap, weird, and truly magical one-ingredient ice cream calls for nothing but bananas and your food processor. Oh, and a spoon.
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