It’s that time of year, when apple-filled desserts reign supreme. From pies and cakes to crisps and muffins, no matter what you’re cooking up, one thing is certain — it’s only a matter of time before you’re staring down a bowl full of apple peels. Instead of tossing them, here are seven ways to give those peels a new life in the kitchen.
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My birthday falls just before Halloween, and these gummy worm garden brownies were served at almost every Halloween birthday party from the time I was 4 until I turned 12. What looks like frosting on top of these brownies is actually chocolate pudding, making this the greatest combination of brownies, pudding, candy, and crushed cookies ever. It really is the perfect dessert for your Halloween parties.
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Peeling firm winter squash (I’m looking at you, butternut) can go one of two ways: It can be so seamless and easy that you never give it a second thought, or you regard it as one of the most frustrating tasks of the season. As for which camp you’re in, I’d argue it all depends on the tool you use for peeling. As you welcome winter squash season to your kitchen, this is the tool you’ll want to keep by your side.
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Steak frites, the French version of meat and potatoes found often on the menu at brasseries throughout Europe, is traditionally a juicy, pan-seared steak with a butter sauce and deep-fried, skinny French fries. In this home-friendly rendition, we’re making steak frites in under 40 minutes, in one sheet pan, without the fuss and mess of deep-frying. With a few key tricks, you can successfully make this restaurant staple at home on a weeknight.
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Frosted brownies are highly underrated. Whether a thick or thin coating, frosting elevates brownies from simple treat to legitimate dessert fare. While this brownie upgrade requires two different frostings, the technique for these festive brownies is an easy three-step trick.
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With their tube-shaped centers and rounded, ridged bodies, there’s no question that Bundt pans make some pretty beautiful cakes. But that’s not all they can do. This classic piece of bakeware is far from a one-trick pony. Here are five more ways to put your Bundt pan to work (and they don’t involve cake).
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There’s lot to love about high-protein, hearty chickpeas, including what they can do for your morning meal. They’re endlessly adaptable and, thanks to all that fiber, they’ll help keep you full until lunch. Here are five great ways to add them, in every way, shape, and form, to your morning routine.
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It’s true, roasted vegetables are pretty irresistible in their own right; they hardly need a helping hand. But try this tasty trio and you’ll want to give them one anyway. This is the finishing touch that brings spicy crunch to your favorite fall side. Try it once and I’m sure you’ll want to use it to amp up the flavor on everything from roasted broccoli and sweet potatoes to cauliflower and Brussels sprouts.
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