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From refrigerator pickles to artisan bread, your family will have just as much fun working on these cooking projects as they will eating them.
These refrigerator pickles are quick and easy to make — no sterilizing jars or special equipment required.
This crusty bread recipe is astonishingly easy — no kneading required — and it makes three beautiful loaves, which you can bake as needed.
These candied pecans are perfect to serve with cocktails or toss over salads, and the best part is that they take just 15 minutes to make!
These toasty, golden, and caramel-y Rice Krispie Treats are made with brown butter and a secret ingredient.
Similar to Auntie Anne’s, these soft pretzels are a touch sweet and deliciously buttery.
A kid favorite, these chocolate chip muffins taste like chocolate chip cookies in muffin form.
This homemade caramel corn is crazy-addictive. Seriously, don’t make it unless you have the willpower of a saint!
Puréed fresh raspberries give this fresh squeezed raspberry lemonade fruity flavor and a vibrant pink color.
Packed with oats and nuts, these energy bites are the type of wholesome treat you can feel good about giving to your family.
This homemade granola boasts huge crunchy clusters, perfect for snacking or spooning over lightly sweetened Greek yogurt.
This banana pudding is a little more gourmet than most, but still tastes nostalgic and delicious.
With its rich, slightly sweet flavor, shiny golden crust, and pillowy interior, challah isn’t just for the Jewish holidays — it appeals to everyone, any time!
These are the perfect cinnamon buns: tender on the inside, golden and caramelized on the outside, and quick to make.
A cross between a beignet and a jelly donut, sufganiyot are pillowy donuts that are eaten in Israel and around the world during Hanukah.
My son calls these “crunchy brownies.” They are tailor-made for dunking into into coffee, warm milk, or hot chocolate.