Why’d the chicken cross the road? To be made into a COOKIE. Recipe here.
So easy, you could do it with your eyes closed. Recipe here.
The socially acceptable way to eat cookies for breakfast. Make yours like this.
Although delivery pizza may sound tempting, you can save a few bucks (and calories) by making your own. Recipe here.
Thanksgiving in bite-size form. Recipe here.
They’re craaaaazy good. Make yours like this.
Enjoy all three of these breakfast staples in two-bite breakfast cups that are great for on-the-go. Recipe here.
It’s easy to make and can be eaten at any time of day. Recipe here.
You’ll catch your roommates with their hands in the cookie jar after you make this recipe.
It’s always satisfying to get a little handsy…with your food. Recipe here.
Don’t have a rolling pin? Just use an empty wine bottle. Make yours like this.
God created the heaven and the earth and this breakfast hash. Recipe here.
The guilt-free potato chip. Recipe here.
Who wouldn’t want a bowl of chocolate chip cookies for breakfast? Make yours like this.
Since it has granola on it, you can technically eat it for breakfast. Recipe here.
Grab your forks, gather your ingredients, and get ready to eat the best chicken you’ll ever make. Recipe here.
You know it’s going to be a good day when you start it with French toast. Recipe here.
18. Roasted Nuts
Nuts are a versatile ingredient — they can be added to homemade trail mix, chopped up in a salad, or eaten on their own. Make yours like this.
Everything you’ll ever want all in one meal. Make yours like this.