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    Teaching kids to cook: start with breakfast
    4 minute read Written by Pat Schweitzer on May 7, 2020

    Now is a great time to cook with your kids. More of us are finding ourselves cooking breakfast, lunch, and dinner at home, so chances are children are in the kitchen with you anyway. Give them age-appropriate tasks and before you know it, you’ll...

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    Make coffee shop egg bites at home
    4 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on May 5, 2020

    Have you fallen in love with the creamy goodness of egg bites at Starbucks®*? Obsessed with the frozen egg bites you can buy at the grocery store? You can save money and time by making these delicious bites at home, and with greater variety!...

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    Homemade recipes to upgrade any taco Tuesday
    4 minute read Written by Pat Schweitzer on May 3, 2020

    With Cinco de Mayo falling on Taco Tuesday this year, what better way to celebrate than with a homemade fiesta? Tacos are on my family’s menu pretty frequently, but this year I plan to spice things up by starting my meal with fresh salsa and...

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    Slow Cookers 101: Guide to Converting Recipes
    2 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on April 30, 2020

    Slow cooking is adaptable to a wide variety of recipes. Because slow cookers use low cooking temperatures and retain moisture during the cooking process, any recipe that requires cooking something “low and slow” can easily convert to a slow...

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    How Do You Bake Bread in a Slow Cooker?
    3 minute read Written by Pat Schweitzer on April 28, 2020

    Baking bread in a slow cooker doesn’t seem like it should work, but it does, and better than you think. I put it to the test in our Hamilton Beach Test Kitchen. To make it easy, I used our Food Processor White Bread recipe. Everything is mixed in...

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    Teach Your Teen to Cook: Easy Toaster Oven Tips
    3 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on April 23, 2020

    Cooking can be intimidating for teens, but there will inevitably come a time in adulthood when it becomes a necessary skill. Rather than sending your teenager off to a world of radiator quesadillas and canned soup, teach them everything they need...

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    We tried Whipped Coffee and LOVE it!
    2 minute read Written by Pat Schweitzer on April 21, 2020

    What do you do when self-isolation keeps you from your daily coffee shop run? Make Whipped Coffee, also known as Dalgona Coffee! Named after Dalgona, which is a Korean Sugar Sponge Candy, this whipped coffee is sweet, sticky, and delicious. We...

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    Meal Planning Made Easy: 9 Helpful Appliances
    8 minute read Written by Hamilton Beach on April 17, 2020

    Whether it’s your budget you are trying to get under control, or the ingredients going into your meals, creating a weekly meal plan can help you achieve both. Meal planning can seem intimidating at first, but with a little prep work and the right...

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