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This recipe is simple enough to make, but you’re going to have to plan ahead (limoncello needs to steep for a total of at least 40 days). Once it’s steeped and zesty, limoncello is perfect for sipping on hot summer nights — and it can be stored for years.
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The best appetizers are finger foods that don't require any plates or utensils. But unfortunately even we get sick of crackers/cheese and chips/dip. Good news, party people: Most every food can be turned into finger food with the help of an easy-to-make pastry called a vol-au-vent.
Nicole Weston
You can top just about anything with this flavorful green sauce from Mindful Meal Planning. This recipe uses the freshest ingredients and only takes a few minutes to make. We're in!
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This recipe from Mindful Meal Planning is ready to knock your socks off any night of the week. It's as easy as it is yummy, so the whole fam wins!
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Saying that you need flour for bread is a little like saying you need water for rain. Isn't it a given that bread needs flour?
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Pure, gooey, buttery bliss: That's the best way to describe Philadelphia butter cake. It starts with a rich, buttery yeast dough, then gets topped with a buttercream mixture thickened with flour and egg. It's baked to gooey perfection, sliced into bars, then devoured.
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If you're crazy for Joshua John Russell's dark chocolate mirror glaze, you're about to do the happiest happy dance: white chocolate mirror glaze is here. The coolest part of this recipe? You can color it to make amazing marbled cakes that look just like poured paint.
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Talk about a dynamic duo! This brunch dish combines flaky, buttery puff pastry with deliciously runny eggs. And we are HERE FOR IT. Plus, this recipe is easy enough to scale up for a crowd at your Easter or Mother’s Day celebrations.
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Yes, it is possible to make Pop Rocks, the famously fizzy candy, right in your own kitchen. No, you don't need any special equipment or a science degree (though you can wear a lab coat if you'd like). This at-home version of the classic candy attains its magical fizz through a combination of citric acid and baking soda. 
Jessie Oleson Moore
Transform that yummy chocolate cake into an entirely new, minty treat in just two steps (yeah, you heard that right). Joshua John Russell of Man About Cake is back with a cake pop recipe that's literally changing lives. So what are you waiting for? Let's mix it up and make some pops!
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