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4 Easy St. Patrick’s Day Recipes For You To Try This Year

Eat March 7, 2019

Whether you’re looking to wow the crowd or just want to try something new, these 4 St. Patrick’s Day recipes will bring some creativity and color to your celebrations.

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5 Colorful and Fruity Margarita Recipes

Eat February 22, 2019

There are margarita recipes, and then there are THESE margarita recipes. Fruity, bold-flavored, and begging for an invitation to your Cinco de Mayo fiesta. 

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Jessica says:

Look easy! Thanks alot!

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Raspberry Elderflower Mocktail Recipe

Eat February 12, 2019

Cool down this summer with a ruby-red mocktail that’ll have you kicking back, relaxing, and ahhhhhh-ing with each sweet sip.  

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Sue Gage says:

The raspberry elderberry summer salad looks delicious. I’m going to try it out today. Thank you.

Sue Gage says:

The raspberry elderberry summer fruit salad looks yummy! Thank U.

Jordan Schultz says:

Doesn’t it?!

Mart says:

To make this an adult cocktail, do you just change the Liquer for the syrup?

Jordan Schultz says:

Absolutely, Mart!

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2 Ways To Make The Perfect Love Potion

Eat February 7, 2019

In the spirit of romance, we created these two perfect (and pink!) love potions. What’s a love potion, you ask?  Read on!

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How To Make Homemade Oat Milk

Eat January 31, 2019

Not only is this DIY oat milk more delicious than the kind found on supermarket shelves, but it gives you total control over sweetness and consistency. Plus, this at-home version will give you the tasty alternative for a fraction of the cost.

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Warm Up With These 3 Cozy Winter Cocktails

Eat December 13, 2018

If you’re looking for an excuse to hunker down and stay in, these winter cocktails would be it. 

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3 Immune-Boosting Ginger Shots

Eat December 6, 2018

Stave off the sniffles this winter with a homemade ginger shot. And remember: a little goes a looooooong way.  

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Maggie says:

I love your recipes

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How to Make Apple Juice From Scratch

Eat November 20, 2018

Refreshing, simple, and SO worth making from scratch.  

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10 Sweet and Savory Maple Syrup Recipes For Fall

Eat October 4, 2018

Sweeten up your cooking routine this fall with 10 maple syrup recipes spanning from the tried and true breakfast, to snacks, side dishes, and mains. 

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How to Make An Easy Pumpkin Spice Latte

Eat October 1, 2018

Sure, you could order this quintessential autumn drink at a coffee shop. But let’s be honest — it’s FAR more fun (and budget-friendly) to make it at home. And surprisingly simple, too!  

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Jakai says:

I love it so much

Jacqueline Parisi says:

Happy to hear that, Jakai! If you end up making it, be sure to tag #HelloFreshPics. We’d love to see it!!

Bethany says:

Wow! This looks way too good! Yum!

Nadia says:

The addition of the “spice blend” recipe is confusing. Is this the “pumpkin pie spice” that’s referenced in the first half of the recipe? Are we adding half a teaspoon of that to the pumpkin or all of it? I would like more clarity— I’m concerned that I’ve just mixed another batch of pumpkin pie spice, which I already have in ample supply.

Jacqueline Parisi says:

Hi Nadia – you only need 1/2 teaspoon of pumpkin pie spice blend! Of course, if you have the store-bought kind, you can use that. We just provided you with the recipe to make your own since it’s so simple! Use 1/2 teaspoon and store the rest for more fall baking fun 🙂

Crystal says:

So I ended having to start from scratch because it wasn’t clear and that spice blend and pumpkin spice were the same. This recipe for spice blend should just be called pumpkin spice blend. Not sure why it’s not.

Caryn says:

I agree!

Susan says:

That seems like an excessive amount of vanilla extract. Is it really one Tablespoon? I don’t think I’ve ever used that much vanilla in a recipe.

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