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The name ambrosia derives from Greek mythology, meaning immortality; also known as food of the gods, Greek gods commonly ate ambrosia to prevent becoming weak. In present day, we've come to know it as a deliciously, fluffy fruit salad (or dessert) with tropical flavors. Read more


    I am one of those people who get sick once a year, whether I need to or not. A few years ago I was too sick to even think about going out for cough syrup. Moaning over the phone to my grandmother, she declared, Just make a Hot Toddy and get over it! They could not be easier to make. For this… Read more



    You don't need meat to make a stuffing everyone will love. This vegetarian option is filled with everyone's favorite Thanksgiving flavors—apples! cranberries! sage! thyme!—if anyone complains about meatless stuffing, just send them home without dessert. Aside from the cranberries, this is a … Read more


    Buckeye balls get their name from their place of origin (Ohio) and were created by Gail Tabor in the 1960s, according to legend. Anyone who's fond of peanut butter will love these chocolate-covered treats. Carefully measure your ingredients and slowly mix in the powdered sugar to prevent dry… Read more

    These Oreo Truffles are about as no-fuss as a dessert can be! They're basically a cheater truffle. To make them all you do is stir together finely crushed Oreo crumbs, cream cheese, and vanilla extract until combined, then use a small cookie scoop to scoop balls of the mixture and freeze unt… Read more

    Growing up, I'd ruin one pan a year by making fudge at Christmas. I'd like to accuse the stove, but it was the incessant stirring that would trip me up. So when I found a microwave version of my grandmother's Christmas Fudge recipe on All Recipes, I just had to try it. And don't tell my gran… Read more