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A 45-Minute Cheesy Egg Tart for Your Best Brunch Ever

A 45-Minute Cheesy Egg Tart for Your Best Brunch Ever

You might think of puff pastry as a dessert, but this flaky pastry is quite versatile! Since puff pastry isn’t sweet on its own, it’s surprisingly easy to turn it into savory treats, as well. This puff pastry egg tart is a delicious weekend brunch option that’s easy to make and impressive to serve! THESE EGG TARTS START OUT WITH A SHEET OF PUFF PASTRY. You can use homemade puff pastry, but store-bought puff pastry is usually a quicker and easier option — and it works just as well here. A “sheet” of puff pastry is about ½ pound of pastry and...

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You’ll Never Guess What These Ice Cream Sandwiches Are Made Of

You’ll Never Guess What These Ice Cream Sandwiches Are Made Of

One of the most loved ice cream toppings gets a major upgrade in this fun and colorful ice cream sandwich recipe. It’s beautiful, colorful and looks fragile like stained glass… but what is it? It’s what all kids’ dreams are made of — these ice cream sandwiches are made of gummy bears! Vanilla ice cream is sandwiched between two thin gummy layers. For an even bigger wow factor, dip them in chocolate! For this recipe, there are a few things you’ll need to prepare for: Your children constantly asking, “Please, may I have just one gummy bear?!” Resisting the urge to eat...

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How to make perfect pesto

How to make perfect pesto

Traditional basil pesto is about to become a thing of the past with this fun recipe that puts the spotlight on kale! Yes, pesto made with kale! What can kale not do? Seriously. Read on to learn how to make kale pesto from scratch in 30 minutes or less. YOU ARE ABOUT TO LEARN HOW TO MAKE KALE PESTO RIGHT AT HOME! With the cost of pine nuts at $20 per pound, I’m switching things up and using walnuts in this recipe instead. Walnuts are a great substitution because they have many of the same qualities as pine nuts. They’re both a softer...

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Holy Cannoli! A Traditional Homemade Cannoli Recipe

Holy Cannoli! A Traditional Homemade Cannoli Recipe

Here’s a fun fact: did you know that cannoli is plural, and canolo is the singular term? Most people know these delicious ricotta cream-filled fried pastry shells simply as cannoli, perhaps because it’s so hard to limit yourself to just one! WHAT MAKES A GOOD CANNOLI? Cannoli are popular in Italian bakeries all over the world. In general, you can tell if a bakery is worthwhile if it only displays the shells. Cannoli should be “filled to order” so that the shells don’t get soggy before it’s time to snack. Making cannoli at home can seem daunting, mostly because of the fried shells. But...

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6 Ways to Never Get Bored of Brussels Sprouts

6 Ways to Never Get Bored of Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts are a pretty divisive vegetable: You either love them or hate them. But developing a love of these cabbagelike little bundles really comes down to finding a preparation method that suits your tastes. Some eaters adore the nutty intensity of roasted whole Brussels sprouts. Others might prefer them deconstructed in a salad, or doctored up with nuts or bacon. Taking the time to find your favorite preparation method is well worth the effort, since Brussels sprouts can produce some of the easiest, most-affordable side dishes around. Here are a few renditions that you’ll definitely want to tuck away...

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