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If you haven’t tried throwing some cheese on the grill yet, these Grilled Cheese Skewers are going to blow your mind! Chewy, salty and totally drool worthy. You simply gotta make it happen! This post is a hard one to write, because my mouth starts watering just by thinking of these grilled cheese skewers. We...

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An American Flag Cake that not only looks pretty and patriotic but also tastes amazing? Yes, it exists! And it makes an eye-catching centerpiece for your Memorial Day or Fourth of July celebrations. Consisting of a classic Bolo de Leite Ninho, but decorated Red, White and Blue, this cake is just like me: a little...

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A summer celebration is not the same without a classic American Potato Salad! Creamy, tangy and easily customizable so you can make it your own. Last year, I learned how passionate Americans are about their potato salad. There was a skit on Saturday Night Live, making fun of people who put raisins in their potato...

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This Ferrero Rocher Trifle is a showstopper! Consisting of 6 layers of pure decadence, this trifle is beautiful, impressive and totally Instagrammable. You are probably thinking I’ve gone mad! After all, trifles are supposed to be easy, like something you throw together last minute, usually involving already made ingredients. This is not that kind of trifle.  You...

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Rumba Meats. All opinions are 100% mine. Crispy on the outside and meaty/creamy on the inside, these Oxtail Croquettes make the perfect finger food to serve at your soccer watch party! If you want to upgrade your game food to the next level, this...

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This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #SummerWithStouffers #CollectiveBias Let your guests have some fun by setting up a Mac and Cheese Bar at your next party! A big bowl of creamy Mac & Cheese and some delicious toppings and mix-ins are all you need...

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Pé de Moleque, a classic Brazilian treat, is crispy, chewy, buttery and loaded with peanuts! Follow my tips to make it at home in under 30 minutes. Last post of #FestaJuninaWeek! I hope you guys enjoyed it as much as I enjoyed making – and eating – all these amazing treats. To finish in grand...

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Out of all the things to make with fresh corn, Sweet Corn Cake might be my favorite! It is a breeze to make and goes great with a cup of coffee. Corn cakes are a staple in Brazilian cuisine, especially during the winter festivities. There are probably more corn cake recipes than there are people...

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Canjica, also known as Mugunzá, is a versatile dessert: it can be enjoyed chilled in the summer and warm on a cold autumn or winter evening! Day 4 of Festa Junina Week and this one is close to my heart! Creamy, sweet Canjica. It tastes like my childhood! I’ve been a little under the weather,...

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It is impossible not to fall in love with a Queijadinha. Decadent, creamy and loaded with coconut, it is a sweet tooth’s dream come true! Coconut lovers, rejoice! Today’s Festa Junina treat is Queijadinha.  Despite its name, the main ingredient is coconut, not cheese. Cheese is in there too, hooray, but is not the predominant flavor!...

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