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Published: Tue, 26 Sep 2017 12:54:52 -0700

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Starbucks's Newest Fall Treat Is Basically a "Soft Little Pumpkin Pillow"

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 12:30:18 -0700


With so many pumpkin spice products arriving at Starbucks, we almost missed one new and exciting package snack: pumpkin spice madeleines. Each package comes with three madeleine cookies, which have been drizzled with vanilla icing.

According to those who have tried it, the pumpkin spice madeleines might be one of the best Fall menu items at Starbucks. Food blogger JunkBanter gave a glowing review and said, "They're a perfectly delicate blend of butter, vanilla, pumpkin AND ginger puree, the last of which I appreciate most." Adding, "These are soft little pumpkin pillows." Next time you're at Starbucks, you might not want to snag one . . . or a few.

I Can Vouch - Cozy Cone Motel Has the Best Halloween Food in All of Disneyland

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 12:15:06 -0700

For the first time ever, Disneyland's California Adventure park is all decked out for Halloween! This doesn't just include pumpkins and spiderwebs, it also goes for your favorite Disney treats. The Cozy Cone Motel in Cars Land is selling limited-edition Pumpkin Spice Churros and Slow Burnin' Mac & Cheese Cones. While visiting Disneyland for the weekend, my group and I ran over to see if they lived up to the hype. Pumpkin Spice Churros ($5) You can't walk five feet throughout the Disneyland parks and not run into a churro stand, but these Pumpkin Spice Churros aren't just any type of churro, they're coated in orange and black sugar and dusted with little ghost sprinkles. If you're obsessed with all things pumpkin spice, you might be a little underwhelmed by these churros. The pumpkin flavor is very subtle, but there was still a fair amount of cinnamon sugar coming through. Everyone in my group agreed that they weren't too far off from the regular churros, but they were definitely more fun to eat. Slow Burnin' Mac & Cheese ($9) The line to get mac & cheese was long (like every other line in the park), but this was definitely worth it. The Slow Burnin' Mac & Cheese is made with spicy red pepper cheese, topped with crushed chile-cheese puffs (basically Flamin' Hot Cheetos), all wrapped up in a black cauldron bread cone. It had a nice spice to it and wasn't too overwhelmingly hot (except for one spice-sensitive member of my group who took one bite and ran away coughing). The chile-cheese puffs added some nice texture and crunch in addition to a little extra heat. The black cauldron cone looks a little off-putting in person, but it tastes just like a standard bread cone. It gives a nice balance to the spiciness of the pasta. Overall, this was more of a hit than the pumpkin spice churro! If you're headed to Disney to enjoy the magic of Halloween, hit up the Cozy Cone Motel for these fun treats. But hurry, they're only available until Oct. 31! [...]

Pumpkin Pie Chia Pudding Is Basically Dessert Made Breakfast-Appropriate

Tue, 26 Sep 2017 12:15:06 -0700

Eggs are great, but I typically prefer something sweeter at breakfast time (anything that makes waking up early feel like a treat is a plus in my book). Enter chia pudding. While its texture feels decadent - similar to tapioca or rice pudding - it's a completely reasonable start to the day, provided you don't douse it with maple syrup, honey, or other sweeteners. As we're in the heart of pumpkin spice season, I've been giving my morning bowl a squash-y update as of late. Reminiscent of pumpkin pie, it keeps me full until lunchtime and is a great way to get in a festive Fall mind-set, even in California, where the weather is still warm. RelatedPaleo Dieters and Vegans Will Devour This Dairy-Free Pumpkin Spice Latte Pumpkin Spice Chia Pudding From Nicole Perry, POPSUGAR Food Ingredients1 cup plus 2 tablespoons almond milk 1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons pumpkin purée 1-2 tablespoons maple syrup, preferably grade B 3/4-1 teaspoon pumpkin pie spice, to taste 1/4 teaspoon kosher salt 1/4 cup chia seeds Sliced banana, for serving, optional Toasted pepitas, for serving, optional Directions Whisk together the almond milk, pumpkin purée, 1 tablespoon maple syrup, pumpkin pie spice, and salt until smooth. Whisk in the chia seeds. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight. Add more maple syrup, to taste, if desired. (It's better to adjust the chia pudding's flavoring after the overnight soak as the flavor mellows as it's absorbed by the seeds.) Serve with banana and pepitas. Information Category Breakfast/Brunch Yield 1 large or 2 small servings [...]

The 3 Ingredients Giada De Laurentiis Always Adds to Pasta

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 20:45:11 -0700

A post shared by Giada DeLaurentiis (@giadadelaurentiis) on Apr 1, 2017 at 1:59pm PDT By now, tons of Amazon Prime members have likely tried out Amazon Prime Now, the newer service that delivers groceries, household items, and more to your doorstep in just two hours. But there's one very important feature that you may have missed: Amazon Prime Now can deliver alcohol, and in as little as one hour. No need to run out to restock on wine and beer when you have people over anymore. The standard two-hour delivery that's part of Amazon Prime Now is free, but if you want your booze to arrive in one hour, you can pay an $8 delivery fee - a totally fair price for the sheer convenience, in our opinion. This helpful service is available in select US cities, and if you're a lucky Prime member with access to this option, you can choose from grocery stores, wine shops, and liquor stores in your area. RelatedAmazon Is Launching Its Own Meal Kits! Here's What You Can Expect We've tried Amazon Prime Now for groceries and can vouch for its awesomeness. It honestly makes us want to avoid shopping in stores forever, and now that we know we don't have to stop by the grocery store to pick up food or alcohol, we might not ever leave the couch. We'll take a doorstep delivery of ice cream and red wine, stat! [...]

Food Network Star Runner-Ups: Where Are They Now?

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 19:55:04 -0700


As much as we love seeing what comes next for the winners of Food Network Star, it's sometimes the runner-ups whose careers take a more exciting next chapter. I followed up with each from all 13 seasons of this series and discovered that they continue to make major waves in restaurants, cookbook publications, and food television.

Here's How to Convert Slow-Cooker Recipes to Your Instant Pot

Mon, 25 Sep 2017 19:45:04 -0700

Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Anna Monette Roberts The Instant Pot and the slow cooker may look alike, but they function a lot differently. The name of each appliance says it all - slow-cooked food takes hours, while the Instant Pot knocks it out quickly. So when you're converting a slow-cooker recipe to an Instant Pot, there are a few things to consider. Keep these conversions in mind the next time you whip out your Instant Pot for a quick and easy dinner. 1. Lower the Meat-Cooking Time One of the best things about the Instant Pot is its ability to cook meat insanely fast - even when frozen. If you're converting meat from a slow cooker to an Instant Pot, follow this rule: if the meat dish cooks in eight hours on low or four hours on high in the slow cooker, it will cook in 25-30 minutes in the Instant Pot. Make sure the Instant Pot setting reads "sealing" and not "venting" to ensure it's cooked properly. The "meat/stew" button is great for red meat recipes like bolognese, and the "poultry" button can be used for chicken dishes like garlic chicken soup. If you're cooking meat from frozen in an Instant Pot, just add five or 10 more minutes to the total cook time until it's done. Related10 Instant Pot Hacks I Learned From Its Very Active Facebook Community Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Nicole Perry 2. Add More Liquid Instant Pots need more liquid to function properly, so if your recipe doesn't already call for at least a cup of liquid (such as broth or water), add it. 3. Skip Certain Ingredients A pressure cooker or Instant Pot won't handle certain ingredients the same way a slow cooker would. If you're making an Instant Pot meal with milk or dairy, don't add it in the beginning. It can be stirred in or simmered at the end, but it won't cook successfully under pressure. If you're using a thickener, such as a cornstarch slurry, whisk it in at the end as well. Related20 Recipes That Will Make You Want to Get an Instant Pot ASAP If you have even more specific questions about your recipe, follow this complete guide to converting slow-cooker recipes to an Instant Pot. [...]