Bring the Magic of Dole Whip Popsicles Home This Summer for a Sweet & Refreshing Treat!

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Do you love peanut butter? Cookie dough? Brownies? Yes? Well you’re in luck, because this dessert has it all!

Peanut Butter Brownie Bars are the sweet treat that lets you have it all. No more eating plain old brownies, cookies, or peanut butter – those days are over! This recipe has literally combined everything delicious into one irresistible bar so every bite is more amazing than the last.

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These Easy No Bake Mini Banana Cream Pies Will Satisfy Your Deepest Sweet Tooth!

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Do you love peanut butter? Cookie dough? Brownies? Yes? Well you’re in luck, because this dessert has it all!

Peanut Butter Brownie Bars are the sweet treat that lets you have it all. No more eating plain old brownies, cookies, or peanut butter – those days are over! This recipe has literally combined everything delicious into one irresistible bar so every bite is more amazing than the last.

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Try Chocolate Spaghetti for the Wackiest and Most Delicious Dessert Idea!

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Do you love peanut butter? Cookie dough? Brownies? Yes? Well you’re in luck, because this dessert has it all!

Peanut Butter Brownie Bars are the sweet treat that lets you have it all. No more eating plain old brownies, cookies, or peanut butter – those days are over! This recipe has literally combined everything delicious into one irresistible bar so every bite is more amazing than the last.

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The Only Thing Scandalous About the Watergate Salad Is That It Isn’t Being Served Everywhere!

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Do you love peanut butter? Cookie dough? Brownies? Yes? Well you’re in luck, because this dessert has it all!

Peanut Butter Brownie Bars are the sweet treat that lets you have it all. No more eating plain old brownies, cookies, or peanut butter – those days are over! This recipe has literally combined everything delicious into one irresistible bar so every bite is more amazing than the last.

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10 Christmas Cookie Fails That Santa Probably Will Leave Untouched This Year

The holidays can be a stressful time, especially thanks to all the obligations that come with them. You have to decorate the house, put up the tree, buy the presents, deal with relatives that you hate, and of course, cook up enough food to feed a small country.

Christmas baking is a fun time… when you’re good at it. Unfortunately, getting there takes practice, and until we’ve gotten enough of it, most of our culinary creations look like these…

I mean, I GUESS they look like sweaters?

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Those poor snowmen…

Heavy

Oh god, what’d they do to you Olaf?

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I uh… don’t wanna know what this gingerbread guy’s been up to…

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Trust me, it gets worse from here…

Turns out there IS such a thing as too many sprinkles.

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Yeah, this is about as well as I tend to do.

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Oh yeah, I can see it now…

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Hey Rudolph… you okay buddy?

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Poor Frosty. Just say “no” to meth, kids.

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And finally, what were you even thinking?

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What’s the biggest baking mistake you’ve made during the holidays?

Krispy Kreme Adds A New Item To Their Menu And They Say It’s The First In The World

Donut lovers, prep your sweet tooth, because Krispy Kreme has come out with a new dessert that’ll have you salivating for hours.

Dubbed the “Kreme Shake,” the new desert consists of an entire Original Glazed donut, blended with milk, ice cream, and vanilla syrup, and topped off with whipped cream. The company said the milkshake the first of its kind.

The mouthwatering milkshake is also served with an Original Glazed donut on the side, for maximum enjoyment.

It also comes in three flavors, the Original Glazed donut shake, Classic Kookies & Kreme, and Choc Honeycomb.

But, before you get your wallet out, these shakes are only available in Australia, as a promotion for its summer season.

“We have been a popular destination for milkshakes for a long time, and we’ve also seen the ‘loaded shakes’ as a trend,” Jack Minchin, digital marketing manager at Krispy Kreme Australia, told Daily Mail.

“But we thought of our original twist to this, which was to include our own iconic Original Glazed donut actually within the shake. We think Australia will love it!” Minchin said.

However, despite looking delcious, is their Kreme Shake really the first time a donut and milkshake have been combined?

While Krispy Kreme’s new menu item looks delicious, many people were baffled to hear it was allegedly the first time a donut and milkshake have been put together to make a supreme dessert.

Who you may ask? Us.

Last March, we published our own recipe for the tasty treat. While both of the donut milkshakes are immensely similar and will fill the always necessary sugar craving, ours is chocolate flavored.

With only five simple ingredients, and 10 seconds in the blender, it’s an easy recipe for anyone hankering for the perfect desert.

So if you can’t make the trip to the Krispy Kreme in Australia, feel free to bring our version to you!

Would you try the Kreme Shake?

Ben & Jerry’s Release 8 New Ice Cream Flavors

We’re barely half way through January and it’s already a big year for ice cream lovers!

Ben & Jerry’s has an entire new collection of products on the way and we couldn’t be more excited. Those who are vegan or dairy-free can also look forward to getting their scoops on with eight new ice cream flavors coming to your supermarket.

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While you may stick to Funky Monkey or Half Baked, Ben and Jerry’s has some new flavors for you to get excited about.

Adding to their line of robust non-dairy flavors, the new vegan options are made from Almond Milk and the flavors are enough to make your mouth water.

From Peanut Butter Half Baked, which is loaded with chocolate and peanut butter ice cream with brownie and peanut butter cookie dough bits, to Cinnamon Buns, which is cinnamon ice cream with cinnamon dough bits and a streusel swirl, you will never be able to tell that these are vegan-friendly.

Along with the great flavors of Caramel Almond Brittle, Cherry Garcia, Chocolate Fudge Brownie, Chunky Money, Coconut Seven Layer Bar, Coffee Caramel Fudge and P.B. & Cookies they join the certified vegan collection that we can all get excited about!

But what other flavors are they adding?

For those who can tolerate dairy, you can expect a trio of Truffle Pints to be hitting the freezer section.

From Chocolate Shake It, to Caramel Chocolate Cheesecake and Chillin’ the Roast, these flavors are loaded with round balls of chocolate cookie-covered coffee liqueur truffles which add a decadent touch to some delicious flavors.

But the new flavors aren’t restricted to pints.

The new Pint Slices, which are essentially round stickless ice cream bars, may look familiar.

Jimmy Fallon’s The Tonight Dough, Coffee BuzzBuzzBuzz and Cherry Garcia will all be getting sliced and dipped in chocolate for some delicious snacking.

All eight new products are already on the way to freezer sections nationwide, so keep an eye while shopping because this will set 2018 off to a great start!

Will you try the new flavors?

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19 Recipes So You Can Throw A Touchdown At Your Super Bowl Party

The Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event of the year, and also arguably the biggest food day of the year as well. If you’re not interested in the game, you can at least indulge in all the snacks at the party!

These recipes are guaranteed to get people talking and more importantly, to satisfy their stomachs.

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Fill them with your favorite pizza toppings and pass out these handheld treats!

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If you’ve got a sweet tooth, this will surely satisfy it. You can dip fruit, cookies, or just eat it with a spoon…it’s that good.

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Sharing is caring! Instead of having to grill up individual cheeseburgers, make a giant crescent ring and let people take what they want.

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I can confirm that this is delicious, and that I almost didn’t bring it to the Super Bowl party I attended last year because I wanted to eat it all myself.

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Eggless cookie dough is perfect because you can eat as much as you want without worrying about the raw egg aspect.

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Dips are an essential part of the Super Bowl, and really of every day life.

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Cheese, chicken, buffalo sauce, deep fried. It’s perfect.

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A spicy twist on a classic, buffalo chicken meatballs are a mouthwatering finger food that everyone will love.

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Garlic bread stuffed with cheese, bacon, and ranch is the reason taste buds were invented.

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No cutting required with these mini cheesecakes!

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Start with some leftover mashed potatoes, toss in your salty cheese and spicy jalapeno and you’re pretty much ready to fry these delicious bite sized morsels of spiciness!

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Two classic pub foods combined into one ultimate game day snack!

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Anything handheld is always appreciated when you’re watching the game, and these skewers loaded with bacon and cheese are the perfect solution!

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Pick your own toppings for this amazing improvement on nachos.

Now, if more desserts are your thing, look no further than these next recipes.

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An Ohio classic, buckeyes are the perfect way to end your night!

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Does this even need an explanation?

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Monkey bread is a must-have for any party, because it’s easy to serve and easy to make!

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Filled with peanut buttery goodness, you’ll probably be telling people to leave your house after the game is done because they’ll be sticking around to eat it all!

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Bacon. Bourbon. Delicious.

Which ones are you going to make?

School Cafeteria Peanut Butter Bars Bringing You Right Back to the Good Old Days

Summer temperatures are soaring into the hundreds and the last thing we need is to crack open a watermelon and find it pink, cracked, and dry.

This summer fruit is extremely refreshing, but only if it’s sweet and juicy.

Before I learned how to pick the perfect watermelon, I just went with my gut.

I had this idea that smaller would be better, but then I got a few small watermelons and the insides were

It Turns Out Google’s AI Doesn’t Make Good Cookies, But Here’s How You Can

Since the dawn of time, people have been searching for the perfect cookie recipe. While some have come close to finding the answer to this daunting task, it has still yet to be retrieved.

But this hasn’t deterred Google, who with the help of artificial intelligence, attempted to make the “perfect” chocolate chip cookie.

However, some people are skeptical whether the experience was actually a success.

A small team at Google decided they would try to hack the problem of lackluster chocolate chip cookie recipes by developing the perfect biscuit with a set list of ingredients.

“Over the past year, a small research team at Google has been experimenting with a new technology for experimental design.To demonstrate what this technology could do, our team came up with a real-world challenge: designing the best possible chocolate chip cookies using a given set of ingredients,” senior staff engineer Daniel Golovin said in a blog post about the experiment.

The engineers used a technique called “Bayesian Optimisation,” where they would input the ingredients into the computer where it would generate various recipes, each with a specific formula.

“We did this dozens of times—baking, rating, and feeding it back in for a new recipe—and pretty soon the system got much better at creating tasty recipes,” Golovin wrote.

After two months, the group took their recipe to the Bourke St Bakery to put them to the test, with very mixed results.

“And the first batch was terrible,” Anil Sabharwal, VP of Comms and Photos at Google, said during a press event in Sydney, Australia. “But after that it started to get a little better… and after 59 batches they actually perfected the cookie.”

However, according to Business Insider, the company’s “perfect” cookie was “not so great.”

Calling the cookie texture a mix between “a cake and plastic,” reporter Sarah Kimmorley said it also had a harsh cardamom flavor, with its only redeeming quality being the chocolate chips.

But those in the tech industry know AI isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be. Last November, Stephen Hawking gave his thoughts on the subject.

“Success in creating effective AI, could be the biggest event in the history of our civilization. Or the worst. We just don’t know. So we cannot know if we will be infinitely helped by AI, or ignored by it and side-lined, or conceivably destroyed by it,” Hawking said.

“Unless we learn how to prepare for, and avoid, the potential risks, AI could be the worst event in the history of our civilization. It brings dangers, like powerful autonomous weapons, or new ways for the few to oppress the many. It could bring great disruption to our economy,” he added.

He may not have been talking about biscuits, but the implication is still there.

If you want to taste this cookie for yourself, here’s the controversial recipe:

If you crave the ultimate ooey, gooey cookie, there are several tips and tricks to achieve your goal. Here are the top five:

1. Soften the butter

Along with sugar, butter is an ingredient that affects a cookie’s structure. If the butter is either too hard or is melted, your biscuit isn’t going to have the same soft texture.

When the sugar is mixed in with the butter, it’ll cut small air pockets in the spread. The butter will stiffen from the flour and then be filled with C02 from the baking powder.

You can soften your butter by either keeping it in a room temperature environment for a few hours, or grate it in a bowl.

2. Don’t skip the salt

When you’re baking, salt is one of the most important ingredients to use. If you don’t use salt, your cookies will have an unbalanced taste of being overly sweet while also lacking its savory taste. Salt elevates the other ingredients’ flavors, and prevents the dough from rising too quickly.

You don’t have to use much either as most recipes call for about one teaspoon.

3. Chill the cookie dough

If you want to make a delicious batch of cookies, you shouldn’t be in a rush. If the dough is particularly sticky, wet, or greasy it’ll need to spend at least a few hours in the freezer. By doing so you’ll be preventing the dough from spreading when it goes into the oven, while also elevating its flavor.

When you do take the dough out of the freezer, you should let it stand at room temperature for about 10 minutes before you move onto the next step. This way you won’t have to struggle rolling it into balls.

4. Bake them at the correct temperature

Baking your cookies in the right temperature is a crucial step to making a truly delectable treat. The temperature you’ll use will typically vary from 325°F or 375°F depending on what ingredients were used and the type of oven you have.

If your dough isn’t cooked at the right temperature, your cookies will consistently come out underbaked on the inside, while being hard as a rock on the outside.

5. Timing is everything

If you like your cookies with a soft center, you should take a peek at them a few minutes before your timer is set to go off.

Before I pull out my cookies from the oven I’ll take a knife and dip it into the center of one of the cookies. If it comes out clean I know to take them out right away, but if there’s residue on the utensil I’ll keep the cookies in for a little bit longer.

Even after you take them out, your biscuits will continue to brown thanks to the heat remaining from the cookie sheet.

Want to make some genuinely tasty cookies? Check out these yummy recipes:

[H/T: CNBC, Business Insider, Sally’s Baking Addiction, The Spruce Eats]

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