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Let's Bake!


Let's Bake!

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How to Make Oatmeal Cookies: With a few step-by-step instructions, you can learn how to make these classic chewy cookies.

Oatmeal Cookies 101 : Food Network

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How to Make French Macarons: Learn how to master the world's most impossible cookie with these basic steps and guidelines.

French Macaroons : Food Network

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Trisha Yearwood's Skillet Apple Pie with Cinnamon Whipped Cream is the best of the best.

Skillet Apple Pie with Cinnamon Whipped Cream Recipe : Trisha Yearwood : Food Network

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Nacho Normal Cheesecake: Top homemade cheesecake with pie-crust chips, then drizzle them with orange-tinted sour cream that looks just like melted cheese. Don't forget the salsa (jam) and chiles and olives (licorice)!

Blow your friends and family away at your next gathering with this delicious Blueberry-Lemon Pie with a Butter Crust.

Blueberry-Lemon Pie with a Butter Crust Recipe : Amy Thielen : Food Network

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Lemon Macaroon Chicks: Easy-to-make macaroons are decorated for Easter with the help of jelly beans and chocolate chips.

Lemon Macaroon Chicks Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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How to Make Apple Crisp: Easier than apple pie, and every bit as American, crisps are a quick, delicious way to showcase the delicious fruit.

How to Make Apple Crisp : Food Network

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Flower Cookie Pops: Take two store-bought ingredients — colorful lollipops and sugar cookie dough — and turn them into these adorable hand-held cookies in just a few easy steps.

Flower Cookie Pops Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Hummingbird Cupcakes: Take the traditional banana and pineapple hummingbird cake and turn it into individual servings. Top each cupcake with cream cheese frosting and garnish with a caramelized banana.

Hummingbird Cupcakes Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Cream Scones with Currants: Stir currants into these scones that make a great breakfast treat. For a richer, darker crust, brush the tops of the scones with heavy cream and sprinkle with sugar before baking.

Cream Scones with Currants Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Giant Easter Egg Cookie: Save time by using store-bought cookie dough for this giant treat. Top with homemade icing and attach candies in patterns to make a decorative Easter egg.

Giant Easter Egg Cookie Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Carrot Cake: Top this dense carrot cake with homemade cream cheese frosting — a classic crowd pleaser!

Carrot Cake Recipe : Alton Brown : Food Network

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Easter Bunny Cake: Celebrate Easter with this cute coconut-topped bunny cake. It's easy to make with our step-by-step guide.

Easter Bunny Cake Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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From lightly dusted desserts to heavily floured pie crusts, the stainless steel sifter with squeeze handle is the ultimate tool. Get the Amco 5-cup Flour Sifter at the Food Network Store.

Amco 5-cup Flour Sifter

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Hot Cross Buns: Dress up traditional hot cross buns by adding currants and drizzling with a lemon zest-spiked glaze.

Hot Cross Buns Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Soda-Bread Biscuits: Bake a batch of these cute little biscuits as a tribute to Ireland.

Soda-Bread Biscuits Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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No more slipping with the Grip-Ez Pastry Blender, available at the Food Network Store.

Grip-Ez Pastry Blender

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Lemon-Thyme Biscuits: Liven up this simple biscuit batter by adding finely grated lemon zest. The bright citrus flavor complements the earthiness of the thyme.

Lemon-Thyme Biscuits Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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St. Patrick's Day Lime Poke Cake: This beloved dessert is made of not-too-sweet buttermilk cake and very lightly sweetened whipped cream. The cake tastes best just lightly chilled, so let it warm up a bit after removing it from the refrigerator.

St. Patrick's Day Lime Poke Cake Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Bake in style with the Eggshell Blue Floral Dot Apron, available at the Food Network Store.

Eggshell Blue Floral Dot Apron

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St. Patrick's Day Green Velvet Cupcake Shamrocks: The old-fashioned boiled frosting for these Emerald Isle green cupcakes is creamy and fluffy

St. Patrick's Day Green Velvet Cupcake Shamrocks Recipe : Food Network Kitchen : Food Network

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Alton Brown's fan-favorite Scone recipe is so easy you'll want to bake these all year long. Add dried currants or cranberries for a touch of sweetness.

Scones Recipe : Alton Brown : Food Network

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Irish Soda Bread: Ina Garten's easy-to-make Irish Soda Bread gets a subtle sweetness from the addition of orange zest and currants.

Irish Soda Bread Recipe : Ina Garten : Food Network

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Wake up and smell the Coffee Cake! Ina Garten's top-rated Sour Cream Coffee Cake, that is.

Sour Cream Coffee Cake Recipe : Ina Garten : Food Network

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Try one of our best chocolate/peanut butter mash-ups ASAP.

Is Chocolate and Peanut Butter the Best Flavor Combination in the World? Probably. | FN Dish – Food Network Blog

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