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  • Sliced Pumpkin Pie Squares topped with whipped cream.
    1 hr, 30 min
    These easy-to-make and utterly delicious pumpkin pie bars have everything you love about pumpkin pie, but they are easy to eat out of hand, serve at a party, present at a bake sale, or gift to friend. These bar cookies are made extra special with hint of candied ginger whipped cream!
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    Meet our new favorite snacking cake made with fresh citrus, organic extra-virgin olive oil and sweet sherry. Top with powdered sugar or get a little fancy with candied citrus and pistachios!
  • A Vegetable Casserole in a cast iron skillet with a fork scooped out.
    1 hr, 35 min
    Vegetarian
    Here's a rustic, vegetarian take on traditional pot pie! This weeknight dinner is prepped, cooked, and served all in one skillet. It's perfect for feeding a crowd and saves time on dishes and clean up.
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    From marshmallow web cupcakes to black bat floating candles, here are a few super easy, magical ideas for a Halloween at home this year, made totally easy thanks to Walmart+!
  • A whole chocolate pie topped with shaved chocolate.
    5 hrs, 13 min
    Chocolate, pudding, and pie—the best of all possible worlds! Make the pie filling in the microwave and pour into a pre-baked crust. This make-ahead chocolate pie sets up in a few hours in the fridge, just in time for dessert.
  • A pot pie with a golden crust is in a ramekin with some of the crust removed to show the filling.
    1 hr, 55 min
    This from-scratch Chicken Pot Pie is adapted from Marshall Field's classic recipe. With a slow-cooked chicken, a creamy vegetable filling, and a handmade pie crust, this pot pie is the ultimate comfort food.
  • Overhead view of the best chess pie with a slice removed. The slice is on a blue plate with forks and a pie server to the right.
    1 hr, 10 min
    Serve up this Southern classic chess pie to friends and family alike! It’s made with basic pantry ingredients, keeps well, and you can freeze it. The secret ingredient is a little cornmeal mixed into the custard.
  • Perfectly tender crock pot roast piled onto a gray plate with carrots and potatoes and covered in gravy.
    8 hrs, 25 min
    Gluten-Free, Low Carb
    Slow Cooker Pot Roast with potatoes and mushrooms is comfort food at its finest. Let it cook all day in the slow cooker or Crockpot. Dinner is ready when you are!
  • Chocolate cupcake recipe and frosted with chocolate frosting with a bite taken out.
    40 min
    Meet your new go-to chocolate cupcake recipe. These cupcakes have it all — moist, rich cake, thick fudgy frosting, even sprinkles on top. They're perfect for birthdays, baby showers, holiday gatherings, and everything in between.
  • Side view of a flaky spring pie on a large blue platter. One slice of the pie is missing and the cheesy artichoke filling is visible on the plate. The lower left has a pile of forks on a white plate. A grey linen tablecloth is on the table and a glass is in the upper left corner.
    1 hr, 20 min
    Vegetarian
    Canned artichokes, lemon zest, and parsley combined with a cheese trifecta of Ricotta, Swiss, and Parmesan make this surprisingly light, cheesy artichoke pie. It only takes 30 minutes to assemble and less than an hour in the oven!
  • Sidecar cocktail with a halved lemon to the left and a lemon peel on the edge of the glass.
    5 min
    The sidecar is a classic cocktail made with Cognac, orange liqueur, and lemon juice. It’s equally appropriate at a backyard barbecue or a fancy dinner party! Try some of our favorite variations, too!
  • Texas chocolate sheet cake in a pan with a few pieces missing.
    40 min
    A chocolate sheet cake the size of Texas! This thin cake is blanketed with a warm, pourable frosting and topped with pecans. It's definitely a crowd-pleaser!
  • Easy chocolate mousse in serving glasses and set on a tray.
    8 hrs, 35 min
    Classic chocolate mousse makes any dinner feel a little more fancy. It's great for a dinner party because it looks so pretty, everyone gets their own serving, and you can make it ahead.
  • Two girls holding yard dice for backyard family activities.
    Sports may be canceled, and school may not be in-person, but you can STILL celebrate the spirit of kickoff season with a Family Field Day—in your own backyard!
  • Three wedge salads on white plates. The salads have blue cheese dressing, halved tomatoes and bacon on top.
    15 min
    Gluten-Free
    Wedge salad with blue cheese dressing is such a classic! Made with iceberg lettuce, crispy bacon, cherry tomatoes, and homemade blue cheese dressing. 15 minutes and it's ready for the table!
  • A person holds a sliced pizza on a cutting board.
    If you’re not already making pizza every week, what are you waiting for? This is a fantastic tradition to start for your family. And thanks to our method for pizza on the grill, it’s also a great way to enjoy pizza at home in your backyard this summer!
  • Summer peach and cucumber salad in a bowl with a serving spoon. A blue linen is to the right and peaches, limes and basil are to the left of the bowl.
    15 min
    Allergy-Friendly, Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Healthy, Low Carb, Vegan, Vegetarian
    Cool, crunchy cucumbers combined with sweet, juicy peaches and dressed in a peppery basil vinaigrette is a great way to make the most of summer and all its gorgeous flavors. This refreshing salad is easy to make and goes great with grilled meat.
  • Overhead view of a cast iron skillet with vegetarian stuffed tomatoes with basil leaves scattered over top.
    35 min
    Gluten-Free, Healthy, Vegetarian
    Whether you’re looking for new ways to use the abundance of summer tomatoes or simply want a quick side dish, these vegetarian stuffed tomatoes filled with mozzarella, parmesan, and fresh herbs are simple and delicious.

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