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    Traditional mac and cheese just got cheesier! This baked macaroni and cheese recipe from CherylStyle.com has crushed, cheesy crackers sprinkled on top -- making it extra delicious.

    You’d better put your name on the dish for the potluck, because people are going to want to know who made it! This homemade casserole is easily prepared in just under an hour, and the recipe yields enough to feed the masses. Served as a side dish or as a main course, it’s perfectly appropriate for holidays, potlucks, game day, and beyond. This recipe will not disappoint, and kids love it too.

    If you actually have leftovers, it tastes even better on day two! Just nuke it in the microwave for a minute or two, then grab a fork and chow down.

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    If you are like me and my family, then you know the joy of Chipotle. I am not kidding when I say my family and I frequent the place at least once a week. But what happens when you're miles and miles from the nearest burrito joint?

    This is exactly where I found myself last week. I've been staying at my family's lake house for the summer. It's lovely and quiet but pretty much in the middle of nowhere. The nearest Chipotle is an hour by car, assuming no traffic, and there is no way that's going to happen on a random Wednesday night. So what's a girl with a serious craving to do?

    Why, make Chipotle's cilantro lime rice herself, of course! Here's how to DIY cilantro lime rice in 7 deliciously simple steps ...

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    Father's Day is Dad's big day when he shouldn't be the one at the grill. Instead, treat him all day long to his favorite foods ... starting with breakfast.

    A breakfast isn't a breakfast without some bacon (at least meat lovers will agree with me on that). But let's take this Dad's Day meal up a notch and make candied bacon, crush it up, and put it in pancakes. Then add some chocolate chips on top. It's a Father's Day breakfast the whole family will love  -- and it's called 'Mancakes'!

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    Is there anything better than breakfast? Eggs, bacon, cheese, potatoes, and toast -- mmm, some of life's most delicious food offerings! But who has time to whip up a Ron Swanson-style breakfast every day of the week? With you and the kids scrambling around just trying to make it outside with both shoes on, you're lucky if you get to eat one of the mangled half-frozen waffles left on the counter before you hit the ground running.

    That's where this redonkulously tasty breakfast casserole comes into play. It requires basically zero work. Even if the only "free time" you have is the 20 minutes between your kids falling asleep and you passing out where you stand, you can get this done. 

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    I recently made the most delicious lemon cake for a party. It was moist. It was different. It was so, so pretty. I have another party coming up, but I feel like baking the same thing so close is kind of like cheating. So I'm going to make mini lemon cakes ... in cups. 

    If you're looking for something fun to liven up your boring old dessert routine, give this adorable mini lemon cake in a mug recipe a try. You can never go wrong with lemon. And you can never go wrong with mini.

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    Cinco de Mayo is upon us, how better to celebrate than by whipping up a plate of delicious nachos?! It's easy to write off cooking up this killer app at home. All the ingredients make it seem like it might be more than a little time-consuming. Plus, the last thing we want to do with spring finally upon us is turn on the oven, right?

    Thankfully, these delicious 5-minute nachos don't even involve your oven. Added bonus? The whole 'it only takes 5 minutes' part. In terms of prep, you're looking at virtually nothing. This recipe mainly includes things you've probably already got hanging around the house. That said, if you want to spice things up and add more (or less), that's up to you. The only thing cooler than how fast and easy these nachos are is how flexible the recipe is. Read on and then go get your yum on! 

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    Hurray -- barbecue season is almost upon us, folks! Oh, but you don't have a grill? Or simply don't have time to run home from work, clean the grill, wait for it to be ready, wait for your meat to cook properly, AND THEN have to clean the grill again?

    No problem -- we have your solution. Crock-Pot BBQ Chicken isn't simply am amazing meal you can whip up in seconds and set cooking while you spend your day doing more important things. It's also an amazingly delish BBQ chicken recipe with a secret weapon guaranteed to impress even the most jaded chicken eater (in other words, your kids): it's packed with sweet, but spicy, fruity flavor that will make your family members run to the dinner table.

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    The pleasures of macaroni and cheese are undeniable. The soft, chewy feel of the noodles, the melted ooey gooey goodness of the fatty cheese. Excuse me, I may need a moment to pull myself together. Okay. I'm back.

    No matter what your age, be it 5 or 50, you harbor a soft spot for this entree, the ultimate comfort food. But even the things we like the most can get a little tired when you eat them night after night (except for pizza, if you slight pizza under my cyber-roof, I will kick you out). Luckily we're here for you, with 6 fresh takes on your favorite cheesy treat.

     

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    Every Easter I spend a few minutes contemplating ham for Easter. And then I say no. Why? Because: LAMB. I just love it, especially roasted with herbs. So this year for my Easter dinner, I'm considering this roast leg of lamb with rosemary and lavender -- yes, lavender. I've had lamb with rosemary many times, but never lavender. Sounds so springy, even though lavender is actually a late summer bloom. If this sounds a little too exotic for you, leave out the lavender (and the jam) and this will still deliver a standout classic lamb main course that your family will love.

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    Easter bunny cupcakes give new meaning to the phrase: you're so cute, I could just gobble you up! What better way to get into the holiday spirit than to add cupcake baking to your list of Easter traditions? Get your kids in on the fun by assigning them an easy task (if your tots are anything like mine, they'll forego wanting to hold a mixer and potentially creating an insane amount of mess in favor of decorating their bunnies with cute candy noses and ears). Whip up a big, yummy batch of these darling cupcakes the day before you plan to color your Easter eggs and -- voila -- you'll have an instant and memorable treat loved by every member of your family.

    Did I mention the adorable quotient of these little goodies is off the charts?

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