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Spiked Apple Pie

This drink is also easy to make in large batches, making it easy to serve at holiday gatherings or fall parties. Simply multiply the recipe as needed and keep the cider warm in a slow cooker or large pot on the stove.

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Snow Cones

Looking for a refreshing and easy-to-make treat for a hot summer day? Look no further than the classic snowcone!

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Corn Casseroles

Corn casserole is a classic comfort food that's a simple and delicious. It's easy to make and always a crowd-pleaser.

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Apricot, Brown Sugar, and Honey Ham Glaze

Sweet breakfast apricot, brown sugar, and honey ham glaze will be a hit at your next Sunday brunch. Eat it with a little syrup, diced in eggs, on a muffin, or with a side of grits.

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Cinnamon Roll Bunnies

These cute bunnies are the perfect addition to any springtime breakfast or brunch. They’re also a fun project to make with kids.

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Summer Berry Banana Parfait

This summer berry banana parfait can be made for a delicious light breakfast or half it for a yummy mid-morning snack.

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Coffee Cake

Your family will light up when they come to the kitchen and smell this truly delicious, frosted coffee cake.

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Two sugar cookies on a red check towel, baked with pieces of chopped peppermint candies.
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Peppermint Cookies

These homemade peppermint cookies are the perfect Christmas treat, with crushed peppermint candies and a prep time under 30 minutes.

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Three Deviled Eggs in the shape of chicks popping out of a white egg, with carrot wings and beaks, and black olive eyes.

Deviled Chick Eggs

Have some fun this Easter with deviled chick eggs! These adorable snacks are perfect for any spring gathering, and look just as good as they taste. 

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A white plate with black stripes, filled with Slow Cooker Corned Beef, cabbage, and parsley potatoes.
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Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage

A St. Patrick's Day feast doesn't have to be labor-intensive or time-consuming; try slow cooker corned beef and cabbage for a hands-off twist on a classic!

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Slow Cooker French Toast Bake

This hands-off slow cooker French toast bake recipe delivers on delicious flavor with cinnamon and nutmeg, and is great at feeding a crowd. 

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A white plate with small pancakes arranged in the shape of a bunny, with a side of sliced strawberries.
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Runaway Easter Bunny Pancakes

There’s no better way to celebrate Easter than with bunny pancakes. Kids and adults alike will love this adorable (and easy!) breakfast. 

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A white platter filled with pumpkin muffins, with one sliced open and spread with butter.
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Pumpkin Cornbread Muffins

Meet your new favorite breakfast food: pumpkin cornbread muffins. In this recipe, the spices really bring out the flavor of the pumpkin. Be generous with the cinnamon and nutmeg! We love the homespun texture of the cornbread combined with the warm, seasonal flavor of the pumpkin puree. These pumpkin cornbread muffins are a delicious pairing with your morning coffee, or a great morning-after-Thanksgiving breakfast for the family.

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A Pecan Pumpkin Pie in a pie pan, with one slice removed.
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Pecan Pumpkin Pie

Settle the age-old debate of pecan vs. pumpkin with this heavenly pecan pumpkin pie recipe. If you're lucky enough to have a pecan tree near your home, we recommend using fresh pecans for the top half of this pie. This is a perfect, low-stress dessert to have at Thanksgiving dinner. Everyone will be begging for this pecan pumpkin pie recipe!

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Ladybug Cookies

These adorable ladybug cookies are a perfect (and easy) treat for Valentine's day!

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A white casserole filled with browned sausage dressing on a blue counter, next to two small bowls of spices.
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Sausage Dressing

A Thanksgiving favorite - Sausage dressing is a savory & sweet side dish packed with soft stuffing, sausage, & full of flavor.

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A ham with four slices on a wooden cutting board next to a white bowl filled with cranberry sauce.
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Rotisserie Ham

Great for a Thanksgiving feast, this Rotisserie ham is so easy and delicious, your guests will beg you to make it every year. Dry seasoned with sweet and savory flavors and cooked to perfection. Pairs perfectly with mashed potatoes and gravy.

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A white and red platter filled with decorated Gingerbread men, bells, and trees.
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Gingerbread Cookies

No food says Christmas like gingerbread cookies, just like no feeling says the holidays like baking with family and friends. That's why we've come up with a recipe for gingerbread cookies that's easy to make with more than one person! While you can make these cookies by yourself, embrace the holiday spirit and invite the grandkids over, or even a friendly neighbor from across the street. You'll appreciate the extra set of hands when it's time to cut the dough into fun shapes, or when you're ready to frost the freshly baked gingerbread cookies. And - this recipe is easily halved (see the half-batch recipe below).

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