Betty Crocker

Betty Crocker

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Kids will love decorating this fun and playful giant cookie, complete with PEEPS marshmallow chicks and bunnies. A too-cute treat for Easter or springtime, it’s guaranteed to brighten up any dessert table! The cookie can be made without a pizza pan – heat the oven to 375°F, line large cookie sheet with foil, spray with cooking spray. Make cookie dough as directed on pouch, and press into 12-inch circle on cookie sheet. Bake 15 minutes or until golden brown, cool completely and decorate!

This easy-to-make weeknight dinner will whisk you away to the tropics in three simple steps. This colorful dish is full of the good stuff: Pineapple, red and yellow bell peppers pair perfectly with rice, chicken and honey BBQ sauce for a well-rounded meal. With just 15 minutes of prep, this dish makes itself in the slow cooker in a few hours – no-fuss necessary.

These indulgent, drizzled chocolate coconut brownies are a delicious dessert bar everyone will love. Topped with a coconut-flavored marshmallow PEEPS chick, they’re just as festive as they are delicious. Serve at any spring gathering or party for a fun treat that’s imaginative and chocolaty! Expert tip: PEEPS are best served the same day you open the pack. If you’re planning on making these bars ahead, wait to add the chocolate drizzle and chick until the day you plan on serving.

Have extra rhubarb from the farmers market? Made with only six ingredients and cake mix, this dump dessert will take that rhubarb off your hands and turn it into a crowd-friendly treat. Baked right in a 13x9 this is the perfect dessert for a potluck or party! Expert tip: Make sure to spread out the cake mix so there aren’t large mounds on top of the cake and each bite has plenty of fruit!

It’s no secret that mac and cheese is delicious on its own, but sometimes it just needs a little something extra! These five fun and inventive upgrades for your mac will blow your mind. From spinach artichoke mac and cheese that tastes just like our favorite party dip to Hawaiian mac and cheese that gets its big flavor boost from pineapple and ham, you’ll never eat plain mac and cheese again.

Rich chocolate stout frosting (yes, there’s beer in the frosting) and crunchy pretzels take this chocolate chip cookie to a whole new sweet-and-salty level. Expert tip: For best taste, use real butter in the frosting!

Frozen broccoli adds a hearty dose of greens to this one-pot cheesy skillet dinner. Ready to eat in just twenty minutes, this meal comes together with just a few pantry staples and little preparation. For a kick of heat, pass around the hot sauce at the table.

Frozen meatballs and fresh basil are a great combination for a quick and simple four-ingredient skillet dinner. In place of regular cooked meatballs, try Italian-seasoned for extra zing! Expert tip: Top off the skillet dinner with crunchy garlic croutons – they add great flavor and a delicious extra crunch.

What makes a California burger Californian? That’s easy: The Thousand Island dressing that’s smothered over the cheese! This cheeseburger-macaroni riff on the beloved sandwich is a guaranteed weeknight winner! While any frozen French fries work, thin-cut fries offer a crunchy texture that’s a perfect foil for the hearty beef and cheese.

A skillet dinner packed with Colby Jack cheese, meatballs and bacon makes for an easy weeknight meal that everyone at the table will love. A dash of hot sauce gives this dish the right amount of heat!