Chocolate Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies
These easy-to-make cookie sandwiches are filled with a fluffy, peanut butter based center. Recipe courtesy of Ready Set Eat
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Boozy Bourbon Chocolate Cupcakes
Eat a delicious cupcake with a buzz. This recipe will hit you with a hint of bourbon whiskey in the cupcake, coffee liqueur filling and vanilla-flavored vodka frosting.Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker
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American flag cupcake cake
Devil’s food cupcakes with pretzels and peanut butter chips make a delicious base to form this American flag cupcake cake to serve at your next patriotic party.Recipe courtesy of Ready Set Eat.
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4.5
There’s no trick to this treat. Chocolate cupcakes made with Betty Crocker Super Moist devil’s food cake mix and Rich & Creamy frosting — a dessert recipe that showcases Halloween thrills.Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker.
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4.5
Peanut Caramel Candy Bar Cake
Transform your favorite peanut butter and caramel candy bar into cake form. This recipe is easy to make at home using Snickers to help add a flavorful taste to the frosting.Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker
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4.5
Rum and Cola Cupcakes
This popular cocktail transforms into a delicious cupcake. This recipe combines cola and devil's food cake for the cupcake base while having a rum frosting to mimic the drink.Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker
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4.5
Chocolate Stout Cupcakes with Irish Cream Buttercream
The tastes of the stout beer blend well with the chocolatey devil's food cake mix. The Irish cream buttercream frosting adds a nice sweet factor to the bitterness in the cupcake.Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker
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4.5
Chocoflan
Sometimes called pastel impossible or Impossible Cake, chocoflan lives up to its nickname. In a seemingly impossible turn, chocolate cake only adds to flan’s inherent appeal. While this recipe calls for a traditional Devil's Food box mix, consider substituting it with your own homemade cake mix. Recipe courtesy of La Cocina de Leslie
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witches
Whip up some kitchen fun with the kids and bake up these wacky Halloween treats from Betty Crocker! Click here to see the original Pinterest post. 
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For an easy recipe that requires no baking, try this peanut butter chocolate cake in your Crock-Pot.Courtesy of The Magical Slow Cooker
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4
Old-school, well-loved recipe cards.
My mom has one of those old-school red plastic recipe boxes in the cabinet — the same red box she's been keeping recipes since I can remember. It's filled with index cards, dog-eared and wrinkled, aged and dotted, her neat cursif blotted and fading. I hardly know how she refers to them, peering down through glasses that invariably rest at the tip of her nose.  These are 'legacy recipes,' things passed down from my grandmother, Helen Bovino, who has certainly taught us both more about cooking, canning, and farming than we can remember. I'm not familiar with all the recipes in that red box, but here's one that's very dear to me: Supreme Devil's Food Cake. It's the cake I look for every year for Christmas and on birthdays. Two layers of moist, not-too-sweet cake covered with airy frosting and coconut. I can eat the whole thing, and usually try.
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This holiday sweet treat is a breathe of fresh air for your holiday Christmas party!
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