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How To: The Candy Hunter's Guide to Scoring Bigger, Better, & Boatloads of Sweet Treats on Halloween

While most people were worried about having the scariest costume when I was younger, I was always more interested in the candy. While everyone wasted time trying to perfect their costume, I was busy mapping out every detail in my city, finding the most efficient way of getting the most candy in my pillowcase(s) before the night ended. Although I'm long retired from the game, it's about time to pass along all of the tips and tricks I've learned from my youth for getting treats. So, here I pres...

How To: Make a sweet treat cup door with Stampin' Up!

Dawn5377 teaches you how to make a pink sweet treat cup door. You need a stamp from the sweet center set and you use it on a small piece of pink cardboard. You punch the middle out. Also punch the middle of another piece of pink cardboard. Insert the treat cup door and stick it in. You use dimensionals to hold a white piece of paper, which acts like a tray under the plastic dome. You add some sweet treats inside and stick the other pink piece (with the heart) on the other side. Also remember ...

Monkey Bread: Savory or Sweet, Always a Treat

Regardless of your culture or your age, eating with your hands is fun. Flouting social convention and just digging in with your fingers provides a whole other level of epicurean enjoyment. And one of the most entertaining hands-on foods is monkey bread. Food historian Tori Avey provides a comprehensive history of the origins of this pull-apart treat, including the important detail that no actual monkeys are involved in the making of monkey bread. Originally a savory culinary creation from Sou...

How to Make Indian food: Chicken stew

Dawn5377 teaches you how to make a pink sweet treat cup door. You need a stamp from the sweet center set and you use it on a small piece of pink cardboard. You punch the middle out. Also punch the middle of another piece of pink cardboard. Insert the treat cup door and stick it in. You use dimensional to hold a white piece of paper, which acts like a tray under the plastic dome. You add some sweet treats inside and stick the other pink piece (with the heart) on the other side. Also remember t...

How To: Make baked sweet potato fries

In this video, Hetal and Anjua are at it again teaching you how to make delicious and healthy back sweet potato fries. An easy to make recipe, step by step you'll learn exactly how to create this delicious treat for the whole family.

How To: Bake sweet and buttery coconut bread

In this video, learn how to make a very unique treat - coconut bread! Coconut bread is nice and thick with a hint of sweetness and tastes fantastic warmed up and slathered with butter or topped with ice cream. This tutorial will show you the step by step you need to get up and running with this yummy baked treat.

How To: Craft a bracelet out of Starburst wrappers

Hardly anybody thinks twice about the candy wrapper after they've got a hold on the sweet treat inside. But for those who look at the whole picture, those wrappers can be used for all sorts of different reasons. In this case, to make a cool looking bracelet. Find out how to make one in this sweet tutorial!

How To: Mix an Amaretto Sour cocktail drink

In the mood for a classic cocktail drink at home? Well, treat yourself and mix one yourself, like this deliciously sour Amaretto Sour. This is one of the best classic cocktails, which uses Amaretto, an Italian sweet almond-flavored liqueur, made from apricot or almond pits (or both). Also in this mixed drink is Sweet & Sour, 7-Up (or any lemon-lime soda) or Tonic Water, a cup and some ice.

How To: Make a delicious hot chocolate mix

This hot chocolate mix recipe from chef Jason Hill is a decadent Valentine's Day treat or winter drink. Hot cocoa is a hit for adults and children alike. The ingredients are milk, chocolate chips, vanilla extract, whipped cream, and chocolate shavings. Learn how to prepare this sweet cocoa drink by watching this video beverage-making tutorial.

How To: Make healthy Halloween apple snacks with Nutella

It's nearly impossible to survive Halloween without gorging yourself out on hordes of cavity-inducing candy, chocolate, cake, and other sweets. That being said, your little kid is probably getting enough sugar from trick-or-treating and school parties as it is, so keep him from a grim dentist's visit by adding some healthy treats to the mix.

How To: Bake white chocolate blondies

Nothing can compare to the sweet & salty combination of white chocolate and peanut butter. In this baking tutorial, chef Rachel Allen shows us step by step how to bake a great dessert for your next holiday or after-dinner treat. Heat up your white chocolate Blondie, add a scoop of vanilla ice cream and you have the perfect dish to satisfy any sweet tooth!

How To: Make Rice Krispie treats using peanut butter

Come on, who doesn't love sugary sweet Rice Krispy treats! Super easy to make, even small kids can help. This recipe puts a spin on traditional treats and makes a healthier even better version. You can add peanut butter as a source of protein and energy. You use organic or non brown Rice Krispys because it contains a lot less sugar than the regular stuff. Perfect as an afternoon surprise for when your kids get home from school. Plus, you will not feel bad about serving them.

How To: Make a quick kalakand using Indian milk burfi

Kalakand is a popular Indian sweet that looks sort of like a rice krispie treat on the outside, but in fact is really solidified milk and cottage cheese. The recipe isn't all that difficult to make and only requires a list of about 7 or less ingredients. So check out this tutorial on how to make it while using Indian milk, burfi. Enjoy!

How To: Teach your dog the rebound trick

This is a basic trick for little dogs like this Miniature Pincher, Daisy. The dog jumps off a human's leg and does a half turn (180). LIke any dog training be patient, go over each step multiple times in order to help the dog learn. The treats should be broken up so you don't spoil the dog or make him stuffed with sweets.

How To: Cook kluay kaek Thai deep-fried bananas with Kai

Deep-fried bananas are good for snacks between meal time. These Thai treats calm down the violence of hunger, and eliminates the tensions of the day. For this recipe, you will need coconut milk, rice flour, tapioca flour, salt, sugar, water, sesame seeds, and banana or even sweet potatoes. Watch this video cooking tutorial and learn how to make kluay kaek, deep-fried bananas, from Thai chef Kai.

How To: Prepare baklava

Baklava is a sticky, delicious Greek dessert that combines nuts, sugar, cinnamon, and honey. Find out how to make this sweet treat, plus how to handle phyllo dough. You will need butter, phyllo dough, chopped walnuts, sugar and cinnamon. Pastry will be topped with a mixture of honey, sugar, lemon juice, water, cinnamon and vanilla.

How To: Bake and ice Italian lemon meringue cupcakes

There's nothing better to do on a hot summer's day than lounge around in the shade by the pool and nom on a slice of lemon meringue pie. Indulge in your favorite summertime treat by baking and icing these yummy lemon meringue cupcakes with Italian meringue. Sweet and slightly tart at the same time, they sure give your taste buds a flavorful kick.

How To: Make a striped Smarties candy holder

Smarties are the all-inclusive candy. With every color of the rainbow, it allows kids and sugar-addicted adult folks alike the powerful option of choosing between eating the Red or Green flavor, or Blue for those days when we're feeling down (that's why we're eating the candy in the first place, right?).

How To: Make a sweet no bake coconut dessert bar

This video shows you how to make a sweet no bake coconut dessert bar. This dessert has a very high sugar count so you wouldn't want to do this very often, but it's a nice thing for kid's birthday parties or a bake sale. David "The one pot chef" shows the viewer how to prepare a simple and easy treat. The recipe includes sweetened condensed milk and coconut and as he puts in all the ingredients it becomes a very thick paste which he presses into a pan then pops the pan into the fridge to let i...

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