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It's easy enough to pick up a jar of caramel sauce at the store, but why would you want to when it's so easy to make it at home? The deep, buttery caramel flavor in this sauce is like no other! Make a big batch so you have extra jars to give as gifts -- your friends will be amazed!
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You've probably never thought to make your own chocolate syrup, but once you see how easy it is, you'll never go back to store-bought!
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Homemade ricotta cheese is easier than you think. Just watch!
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Lots of people will swing by their local pizzeria when that craving strikes, but there's really no need when you've got everything for homemade pizza already on hand! This easy dough recipe whips up in just 30 minutes -- that's even faster than takeout!
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There's no such thing as a tiramisu or Charlotte cake without ladyfingers. This recipe allows yours to be 100 percent homemade!
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The fluffernutter will never be the same again! Homemade marshmallow sauce elevates the every day to a whole new experience!
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Dark Chocolate Graham Crackers
Want to make a pie with a chocolate cookie crust? These Dark Chocolate Graham Crackers are a must! Crush them in the food processor and stir in a little melted butter for the ultimate crunchy chocolate crust experience.
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Piecrust can be intimidating, and many times the refrigerated stuff can seem like a better option. But really, it only takes four simple ingredients and water to make a crust that beats store-bought hands-down! With a can't-miss technique that focuses on a few deft folds, you'll master a crust that's flaky beyond your wildest dreams!
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When berries abound, you gotta make jam. It's a great way to keep their goodness going all throughout the year. This easy recipe requires no pectin so it's super simple to make! And it's great on everything from toast to baked brie.
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Crowd-Pleasing Cabbage RecipesCabbage might keep a low profile compared to its flashy counterpart kale, but it holds its own in tasty classics like corned beef and cabbage, stuffed cabbage rolls, and cabbage soup. Packed with vitamin C, it's a natural choice if you want to add some crunchy greens to a healthy meal.Begin Slideshow »