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  Fall is the best time of year because you can experiment with all the pumpkin flavored drinks in the world without feeling judged. (But even if you are judged, WHO CARES!) Here are 10 fabulously yummy recipes to get you started:   1. Spiced Pumpkin Eggnog: ALL DAY, ERRYDAY (sorry).   2. Pumpkin Pie Martini: #blessed   3. Smashing Pumpkin because, lol PUNS.   4. Bourbon Pumpkin Pie Milkshake: I will only be drinking this from now on.   5. Pumpkin Spice-Infused Vodka: Friday nights just GOT CRAZZZYY.   6. Read More
I don't think you're ready for this jelly. No, really, though. I couldn't even handle these scrumptiously beautiful foodz. Try not to drool on your keyboard as we take you on a rollercoaster of noms that you will want inside of you immediately.   A little savory: A little sweet: Drooling yet? That one actually made my stomach growl.  Warning: the next ones are maybe too perfect.  My personal favorite: If you have any good recipes that resemble some of these delicious goodies, share them in the comments because we're just dying over here. Read More
Nothing's more fun than jammin' out with the girls of the Jam Stand. The Brooklynites combined forces to concoct a variety of delicious, all-natural jams that prove "packaged food doesn't have to mean processed food." The ladies are creative in and outside of the kitchen, with jams like "You're My Boy BLUE-berry Bourbon Jam," which includes fresh blueberries, sugar, pectin, and bourbon, and vanilla to produce a sweet, tasty spread. If you've got a taste for spice, try the "Razzy Gabby & a Side of Jalapeño Jam," a perfect, saucy mix of raspberries, jalapeño, and lime. Read More
Although cereal isn't the healthiest of breakfast options, this recipe helps bring some nutrition to the table. (Literally! HA.) I knew I had to have these when I read that this chef was inspired by Momofuku Milk Bar, one of my many bakery obsessions and one that specializes in delectable cereal milk. When crushing up the cereal, I suggest pouring it into a Ziploc bag and just breaking it up with your hands. (Or, as the recipe says, you can try a food processor.) You can use any cereal you like, and you just need a few ingredients and a side of fruit to make it a hearty morning meal. Read More
I know, I know, Easter is over. But making root beer in cupcake form is a year-round affair! Or at least, it is now. Plus it's finally kind of warming up, which means I start to crave soda-like beverages even more intensely, and what better way to celebrate spring than with cupcakes? As if you needed more reasons to try this, the cake batter is a mixture of chocolate and root beer. Reminds me of Cracker Barrel's infamous Coca-Cola Cake recipe, which is another combination of my favorite things. Pro tip: the key to creating extra root beer-y cake is root beer extract. Read More
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