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Whip up a Weekend Classic: Baked Cinnamon French Toast

Weekends are made for lazy mornings and great breakfasts, and nothing spells comfort more than classic French Toast. To help you savor the quiet of those Saturday and Sunday mornings, this Baked Cinnamon French Toast can be quickly prepared the night before then popped into a hot oven the following morning for a restaurant-quality breakfast everyone will love.

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Rustic Apple Tart for a No-Fuss Celebration

As days grow chilly, we turn to the comforts of home and the scents of homemade pies, tarts, cookies, and breads that emerge from our kitchens. Baking and the holidays seem to go hand in hand, and every family celebrates shared traditions with sweets that represent moments, memories, and cultural heritage. This year we are spending more time baking and cooking with loved ones at home. Moms and dads, grandparents and friends, caregivers and teachers are looking for hands-on projects for bored (and maybe a bit restless) kids. How about letting them bake a Rustic Apple Tart with a little supervision?

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The Secret to Extra Crispy Baked Chicken Wings - Easy Recipe

Game Day or ANY day, these wings are tender and juicy surrounded by crunchy skin!WHAT YOU'LL NEED:     Oven-safe 100% stainless steel baking rack     13" x 18" half sheet pan     aluminum foil     2 lbs of chicken wings     1/2 teaspoon of salt     1 Tablespoons of baking powder (Note: do not use baking SODA)      STEP 1:Line a baking pan with aluminum foil for easy clean up later. Place the rack in the pan. The rack allows air to circulate all around the chicken wings so they can crisp up! STEP 2:Place wings in a large bowl and sprinkle the baking powder and salt on top. Toss wings well to coat them evenly. Place the wings on the...

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How to Bake Bacon in the Oven - Crispy and Delicious!

What's so great about baking bacon vs. frying bacon? More crunch, and less fat and mess to boot!WHAT YOU'LL NEED: Oven-safe stainless steel baking rack 13" x 18" half sheet pan aluminum foil  bacon STEP 1:Line a baking pan with aluminum foil for easy clean up later. Place a stainless steel oven-safe rack in the pan. The rack allows air to circulate all around the bacon so it can crisp up! STEP 2:In a single layer, lay the bacon strips on the rack. You can fit up to 12 slices of bacon per rack. It's alright if the strips touch, but don't overlap them. If you want to make more than 12 slices, set up another pan and rack in...

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