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Best served with a glass of frosé.
One is *much* easier to use for baking.
Everything we know is a lie.
But you don't have to wait until September to enjoy 'em.
These "sandwiches" are packed with filling fiber.
Say goodbye to boring pasta salad! Instead, serve chicken with an herby salad full of fresh summer veggies.
This charred chicken and corn recipe makes for the quintessential summer dinner. Glass of rosé optional.
A toasty crouton, made of chickpeas instead of bread, makes this satisfying dinner gluten-free.
Pro tip: Serve these shrimp and cheesy peppers with tortillas to let guests DIY tacos.
Fire up the grill to char green beans and steak for the ultimate summer dinner.
Get dinner, full of bright summer produce, on the table in only 15 minutes.
But seriously, how cute are these?
There's a good chance you already have all the ingredients you need.
Melted Gruyere cheese makes this a French classic.
Score major points with these decadent three-ingredient treats. They’re as easy to make as a boxed mix, but (shhh) no one needs to know that!
Take Mom's homemade chicken soup up a notch.
Bat cookies are dipped in sanding sugar, then sandwiched together with sweet buttercream.
Feeling superstitious? Beware: These black cat cookies are crossing in front of sugar cookie full moons.
Dig in! These cookies make a big impression.
Watch out for spiders! M&M spiders, that is.
Use store-bought cookies and candies to create a delicious colony of bats.
We dare you to unwrap one of these delicious buttercream-frosted cupcakes.
Spooky skeleton cookies sit atop a bubbling cauldron of candy-covered cupcakes.
You’ll never look at gingerbread men cookie cutters the same way again.