Charles Grayauskie

Move over marshmallows! Your hot chocolate will be a cut above the rest with these sweet little frozen whipped-cream cutouts.
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These sweet and savory buns are swirled with cool combos like chocolate and tahini, marmalade and crispy bacon, and more. Why should cinnamon have all the fun?
Chocolate-Dipped Potato Chips
Rating: Unrated
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We're not sure why we didn't think of this sooner.
Thanks to your microwave, these snacks come together in about the same time it takes to make an Aperol spritz.
Al forno means 'from the oven,' and these recipes are the easiest way to bake, roast, or broil your way to a toasty, tasty Italian dinner.
Try these six tasty ways to stuff cannoli at home.
For a fun, snackable salad, slice or quarter bocconcini (those ping-pong-ball-size mozzarella balls) or use perlini (the really tiny mozzarella balls). Skewer with the other ingredients, pop the Prosecco, and start the party!
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Go caprese crazy! Move wayyy beyond good ol' tomato and basil with these fresh new combos.
Now that there are molds in all shapes and sizes, you can find the ideal ice cube for you (and your drink). We put tons of trays to the test to find the best of the best!
Summer is finally here, and produce stands are full of garden-fresh vegetables. Make the season even sunnier with these colorful summer squash recipes!
We broke the mold with these cooler-than-cool (ice-cold!) treats.
Rachael like 'em fresh, and so does our test kitchen team.
Add a shot of booze to any of these if the spirit moves you!
We don't say this often, but this uni-tasker is totally worth it.
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Turn out deliciousness by the dozen with nine new ways to devil your eggs.
Spicy. Tangy. Sweet and savory. No matter how you stack ’em, these grilled-cheese reboots will make you melt.
This handy cheat sheet of cheeses ranging from subtle to stinky will help you find the blue that’s right for you.
Miso might be best known as the ingredient in your sushi-shop soup, but the fermented soybean paste is way more than a broth starter.
Making your own salad dressing is fast, easy, and tasty.
Show your leftover grains some love with six fun ways to stir things up.
If you can use a microwave, you can make giftable chocolate bark. Whip up a few batches, pile ’em in tins, and you’ve just knocked a good chunk off your list!
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Give your pumpkin pie a kick in the pants with one of our tasty mix-ins, add-ons, or simple ingredient swaps.
These seven creative riffs on French toast take the breakfast classic from OK to ooh la la!