Desserts

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These moist vanilla cupcakes are super easy to make and so moist – for days! They are my new favorite vanilla cupcake! Ready to get baking! Follow the directions below and ENJOY!

Posted: August 10
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These may seem like your basic rice crispy treats, but trust me these simple tweaks elevate your treat game to a whole new level! Enjoy!

Posted: July 18
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These cookies, ready in under 30 minutes, are baked to perfection with crisp edges and a soft and chewy middle. The m&m's add a nice crunch to these addicting little cookies!

Posted: March 5
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Heading into the holiday season, you need a classic angel food cake recipe on hand! This one is delicious, moist, and just what you're looking for. This delicious cake pairs perfectly with your favorite berries and fresh whipped cream.

Posted: October 30
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Whip up this festive and tasty Peppermint Bark with just 5 ingredients. This recipe makes plenty to share with family and friends to spread a little holiday cheer!

Posted: December 15
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Baking can be a scary endeavor, but with this simple delicious cake recipe. You will be the hit of every party!

Posted: August 12
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These easy to make, no bake cookies will become your new go to cookie this year. All the ooey-gooey amazingness of a Special K bar but with Chex cereal and marshmallows!

Posted: July 6
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This easy-to-make milkshake is the perfect treat for your kids on a Friday afternoon after a long week of school. Or maybe it's what you want after a long day of work. Either way, it's absolutely delicious and so much fun! Enjoy!

Posted: September 15
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Oreos on Oreos on Oreos. This Oreo pie recipe is super easy and a must-make for any fan of Milk's Favorite Cookie. Enjoy!

Posted: July 10
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Bread pudding can be traced all the way back to the early 11th and 12th centuries. And it makes sense—frugal cooks across the world looked for ways to utilize bread that had gone stale instead of just tossing it away. In the 13th century, bread pudding was actually referred to as "poor man's pudding." Bread pudding can be prepared as a sweet or savory dish, depending on your ingredients. The savory style is served as a main course, and the sweet style saved for dessert. This recipe definitely falls into the sweet category. With the decadent mixture of sourdough bread, butter, sugar, spices, and creamy sauce—you'll love every bite you take.

Posted: October 30