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8 Healthy Halloween Treats For Kids

Eat October 24, 2019

These healthy Halloween treats are scary good. But making them? Now that’s not scary at all. The festive recipes are simple enough for anyone to conquer. All it takes is a little creativity, a whole lot of imagination, and a BIG appetite.

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Meghan says:

The apple monsters and jack-o-oranges are so adorable…makes me wish I had kids to cook them for!

Jacqueline says:

Meghan – these may be for kids, but we have a feeling anyone would enjoy them 🙂

sai carving says:

I truly like to reading your post. Thank you so much Keep up the good works.

Great fresh food Halloween ideas!

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5 Spooky Halloween Cocktails

Eat October 23, 2019

Looking for something boo-zy to make this Halloween? Take a look at these hauntingly delicious cocktails… because what’s a Halloween party without scary-good drinks!

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6 Scary Good Carnival Foods You Can Make At Home

Eat October 16, 2019

The best part of every state fair is hands down the indulgent carnival foods that come with it. Now you can bring the fairgrounds to your own backyard with these (...)

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How To Set Up The Easiest DIY Caramel Apple Bar

Eat October 15, 2019

Customizable, assembly-style, party-worthy, kid-proof, adult-approved. ‘Nuff said. Continue reading to learn how to make caramel apples just in time for Halloween. 

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3 Apple Recipes To Make After Going Apple Picking

Eat October 10, 2019

Planning on going apple picking and filling up a bag or two at the orchard? Check out these three sweet apple recipes for what to make with them!

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How to Make Chocolate-Dipped Apple Slices (in an ice cream cone!)

Eat October 8, 2019

Crunchy, and chocolatey, and fruity, and sweet, and — did we say chocolatey? Suffice it to say that we can’t get enough of these chocolate-dipped apple slices piled high in ice cream cones, and have a feeling you’ll agree. Just an inkling, really.

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Clemmo says:

This looks so delicious!!

Jordan Schultz says:

Doesn’t it, Clem?!

Boo Mitchell says:

This looks delicious. However, in the ingredients list the recipe calls for fresh lemon juice and in the video it’s lemon-like soda. Can either be used or which one is it?

Jordan Schultz says:

Hi Boo! Either can be used!

Hey dear, Thanks a lot for sharing such great stuff on delicious recipes. I become a fan of your blog. I had tried this at our Arabic Restaurant in KL really the result was impressive. You are invited to our restaurant if you come to visit in Malaysia at any time.

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6 Pumpkin Spice Recipes That Aren’t Lattes (+a quiz!)

Eat October 7, 2019

Lattes are great, but so are foods that, ahem, don't come in a cup. Like muffins, for example. Or granola. And oh! OH! Pancakes. Definitely pancakes. Continue reading for five (...)

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Kathy Kosmatka says:

Hi. Thanks for the pumpkin recipes I look forward to trying them. H
Can you confirm on the pumpkin spice bread that the size of the canned pumpkin is 15 ounces? My store carries various sizes. Thanks.

Jordan Schultz says:

Yes, a standard 15 OZ can should do the trick!

Colleen says:

LOVE that all but one of these recipes are “clean” eating recipes! Can’t wait to try them out.

Pretty! This has been an extremely wonderful article.

Thanks for providing these details.

DEBORAH says:

My meals are wonderful and filling. Being only one person have plenty of leftovers. Printed the Pumpkin Spice Muffins also they are so tasty. Thank you for your recipes pancakes are next.

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How to Make Apple Juice From Scratch

Eat October 7, 2019

Refreshing, simple, and SO worth making from scratch.  

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Carol Woodley says:

In the box I received yesterday I did not get all the ingredients

We’re sorry to hear that, Carol! Please give us a call at 1 (646) 846-3663 so we can make this right.

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How to Make An Easy Pumpkin Spice Latte

Eat September 30, 2019

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.

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.

Judy Barry says:

How much please per meal on average?

Hi, Jacqueline, thank you for such amazing recipe with us it looks so soothing and simple to prepare will surely try and share how it tasted and will also share it with my friends and family so that they can also share.

Maria PolitoCan't says:

Can’t wait to try this

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10 Sweet and Savory Maple Syrup Recipes For Fall

Eat September 26, 2019

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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