Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you can still make a moon pie. You'll have Lindsey Love of Dolly and Oatmeal to thank for this wholesome, grown-up variation.
What's better than a hotdog? A hotdog on a stick that's been deep-fried in a cornmeal batter, that's what. Molly Yeh from my name is yeh is showing us how to make boring wieners into state fair stars.
Hannah Messinger from Nothing But Delicious makes an old-school Southern dish with a cute name (and she has a cute story about it, too).
Take the best part of cereal, and turn it into the best part of any meal: dessert.
You don't have to go all the way across the Pacific in search of the fluffiest, lightest, tallest bread of your life; Cynthia from Two Red Bowls is showing you how to do it in your own kitchen.
You may be used to the Scottish shortbread from the red box, but Kathryn from London Bakes can help you to make your own proper tea time cookies at home.
You don't have to drive to your favorite diner for a big piece of mud pie. Carey Nershi from Reclaiming Provincial is showing you how to make your own -- and she's adding a few things to liven up this old classic. Mess optional.
Turkish delight doesn't have to be chalky and neon-colored. Sophia Real from Real Simple Food shows us how to make candy that tastes like it came straight from Istanbul.
The homemade version of the controversial candy will convert you to the dark side.
This classic Japanese snack is perfect for movie munching -- and it's so easy to make, you won't miss a single preview. Samantha Seneviratne from Love, Cake shows us how.
You don't need any special equipment to make these homemade soba noodles from Tess Ward of The 'Yes' Chef, so what are you waiting for?
Writer and food blogger Ina-Janine shows that with the right recipes, making an ice cream cake can be simple despite its intricate appearance.
Recreate the preferred beverage of your childhood -- orange soda -- in just ten minutes. Tieghan Gerard of Half Baked Harvest shows us how.
Stephanie Le from I Am a Food Blog is pulling back the curtain on teriyaki sauce, and revealing that you only need 5 ingredients to make it yourself.
It's easy to make kefir -- a thick and tangy drink that's full of probiotics -- at home. Emma Galloway from My Darling Lemon Thyme shows us how.
Quit scouring the supermarket aisles for canned fluff: You've got everything you need to whip up a homemade version of this childhood spread.
With eleven easy DIY recipes, you can make headway on your ever-growing grocery list, right from the comfort of your kitchen.
You can -- and you should -- recreate the strawberry milk of your childhood using Samantha Linsell from Drizzle and Dip's recipe for strawberry syrup that doesn't come from a bottle.
Cynthia of Two Red Bowls is placing the long-neglected red bean where it has always belonged: in ice cream.
Nik from A Brown Table puts unripe mangoes to use in a spicy condiment that's easy to make and even easier to enjoy.
Trisha Jones from Sugar Thumb shares a practically effortless way to make your own vanilla and lavender extracts.
Sarah Coates of The Sugar Hit has birthed a biscuit-donut hybrid -- the poor man's cronut -- and it's delicious.
Brandon Matzek of Kitchen Konfidence uses roasted tomatoes and fresh horseradish to give a tired appetizer a wake-up call.
Tieghan Gerard of Half Baked Harvest shows us how to make coconut milk for cooking, baking -- and drinking right out of the bottle. Let's get cracking.