Reese’s peanut butter cup fudge recipe

Eating Berkeley is back with yet another super easy fudge recipe. Again, you only need three ingredients and no candy thermometer. It really can’t get any easier than these simple dessert recipes that can be made from the comfort of your own dorm kitchenette. As a little kid, you probably
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Simple cookies and cream fudge recipe

This easy fudge recipe can be made using just three ingredients and requires no candy thermometer. Can it get any easier than that? Even if you have no cooking knowledge whatsoever, this is something you can’t mess up. It’s sure to satisfy all of your sweet tooth cravings. Share with
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Easy 2-ingredient banana pancakes

The title of this article is no joke. All you need to make these pancakes are two ingredients that you can find almost anywhere. These pancakes are low in fat and have protein, too. Doesn’t this recipe sound a-peel-ing? What you’ll need: 1 banana 2 eggs (or 2 flax eggs
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Fail-safe rice and beans

Rice and beans is a meal that can easily become your staple food, if it isn’t already. It’s a dish that’s incredibly hard to go wrong. If you can boil water, you can cook up a pot of beans and a bunch of rice. Together, the 20 essential amino acids in
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‘Nana ice cream recipe

I scream, you scream, we all scream for (banana) ice cream!  Now that the weather is looking up, you won’t look like such a fool eating your ice cream (or frozen yogurt).  But instead of spending all that money on frozen yogurt (piling ours up high with cookie dough certainly adds
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Meals to make as the semester goes on

Beginning of the semester: You’re happy; you’re healthy. Not only do you have the time to cook — you actually have the energy, too. The new Safeway just opened up on College Avenue and, man, are you stoked. So what should you make for dinner? Something that’s actually hard! One-skillet lasagna
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3 holiday drinks you can still serve your RA

As gift-giving time rolls around again this year, whom do you have to thank more than the resident assistant who guided you, protected you and probably wrote you up once or twice this semester? In order to demonstrate both your thanks as well as your ability to follow rules and regulations, there is no
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A whole lot of latkes: a latke recipe

Who needs buttermilk pancakes when you have potato pancakes? With winter approaching in less than two weeks and Hanukkah in less than one, now is the perfect time to break out those potatoes before they go moldy over winter break. You’ve had all semester, after all, since you bought them in September,
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No-bake oat bars recipe

We love shopping at Whole Foods. We love walking down the aisles of organic kale chips and pondering exactly how nutritional yeast can constitute as “nacho cheese.” We love staring longingly at beautifully packaged glass bottles of milk through clear fridge doors. We love sneaking more sample snacks than is
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Tough to say, easy to make: ratatouille

Ratatouille is a dish everyone has heard of, probably because it sounds funny when you say it out loud. Rat-ta too-wee. How could you hate something that sounds like that? Despite the prevalence of the word, many haven’t a clue what’s in it, let alone how to make it. Don’t
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