Chocolate Milk Recipe Ideas For National Chocolate Milk Day

[1] Chocolate peanut butter smoothie. Here’s the recipe (photos #1, #2, and #3 © Fairlife). [2] Frozen chocolate and cold brew smoothie. Here’s the recipe. [3] For breakfast, a whipped mocha cream. Here’s the recipe. [4] Hot chocolate milk with whipped cream and shaved chocolate (photo © Jez Timms | Unsplash). [5] You can get…
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Cheerios Treats Bar Recipe For National Rice Krispies Treats Day

September 18th is National Rice Krispies Treats Day. Make no mistake: We really like Rice Krispies treats. But it made us wonder: What about other cereals? We also love Cheerios, Corn Flakes, and Raisin Bran. And Rice Krispies Treats can be made with any crisp breakfast cereal, bound together with butter or margarine and marshmallows.…
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The Most Popular Julia Child Recipes To Celebrate Her Birthday

[1] Cassoulet. Here’s a recipe (photo © Reserve Media). [2] Crêpes Suzette. Here’s a recipe (photo © Betty Crocker). [3] Reine de Saba cake. Here’s the recipe (photo © ). [4] Quiche Lorraine. Here’s a recipe (photo © Natasha’s Kitchen). [5] Vichyssoise. Here’s a recipe (photo © Umami Information Center).   August 15th is Julia…
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Breakfast Banana Split Recipe For National Watermelon Day

[1] Scoops of fresh watermelon take the place of ice cream in this breakfast banana split (photo © National Watermelon Promotion Board). [2] Shredded coconut is the perfect garnish for this breakfast sundae (photo © Gourmet Food World). Check out 21 more watermelon recipes, including cocktails. > The history of watermelon. > The history of…
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Creme Brulee Recipes & History For National Creme Brulee Day

July 27th is National Crème Brûlée Day, celebrating a French dessert that has remained on menus across the U.S. long after Coupe aux Marrons, Île Flottante, Mont Blanc, and other classic French desserts have disappeared from menus in the U.S. Crème brûlée first came to America with Thomas Jefferson’s return from France in 1789 [source].…
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