Recipes

Cereal Remix: Make Your Own ‘Apple Fritter Crunch’
One thing I enjoy doing is taking two or three breakfast cereals and mixing them together to create my own cereal cocktails. Whenever a new breakfast cereal hits store shelves, that opens up a whole new recipe book for something new. With the arrival of Sprinkled Donut Crunch, I knew I had what it t…
Cereal Remix: Make a Better S’mores Cereal [RECIPE]
Growing up in the 80s, we had some awesome breakfast cereals. Many of which don't exist today. One of my favorites was called S'mores Crunch which consisted of chocolate-flavored 'Golden Grahams' with marshmallows. It wasn't on shelves very long, but I loved it. Kellogg's did release a Smorz cereal,…
How to Make Ramen From Scratch at Home [RECIPE]
Many of us grew up on ramen. It's a Japanese noodle soup and it's one of the cheapest items in any grocery store. Because of that, ramen, in America, holds a notion that ramen is cheap food for cheap people. That is not the case. If you've ever been to a restaurant and had real ramen, you'll know wh…
Almond Roca Cookies Brings The Fancy Candy to Cookie Form [RECIPE]
Growing up, Almond Roca was the fanciest candy I knew. Something about that butter almond toffee wrapped in chocolate and crushed almonds, each coming in their own golden foil, it screamed high class. They are good but they're a little too hard on my teeth. I thought about the possibility into …
Hostess Ding Dongs are Back but Not Better Than Before [REVIEW]
A few months ago Hostess products hit the store shelves with Twinkies, Cup Cakes, Ho Hos, Fruit Pies and many other of their classic favorite snack cakes. One that was missing is my favorite, the Ding Dong. The chocolate coated devil's food cake with cream on the inside. You can imaging my excitemen…
5 Insanely Easy Halloween Cookie Ideas [PICTURES]

If you're planning a Halloween party, don't get lazy with the treats and snacks. Just setting out big bowls of candy is not going to cut it.

Instead, how about Mummy Cookie Pops? Or Frankenstein Marshmallows? Or even Mis-Fortune Cookies?

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