spiceologist raspberry chipotle chicken lollipops
Summer is on the horizon, and you know what that means: grilling season! These chicken "lollipops" from Spiceologist are a sophisticated take on your typical grilled chicken and are actually quite simple to make. To make the lollipops, you simply French chicken drumsticks. Sounds scary and super culinary, but it's quite simple. Here's how.
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legant Affairs
These chicken skewers have a slight Asian influence. They can add elegance to any party menu, even your carside tailgate.This recipe is courtesy of Elegant Affairs.101 ways to cook chicken.
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Kobe Beef Frank Lollipops Recipe
This delicious and different take on the pigs in a blanket theme,the Kobe Beef Frank Lollipops Recipe, comes from celebrity caterer and President & Founder of Elegant Affairs, Andrea Correale.
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Mango-Chili Lollipops
"Mango and chili is a sweet-spicy combination popular in many Asian and Latin American countries. In Mexico, they take it a step further with Tajín, a combination of chili powder, salt, and lime juice. You can add the Tajín seasoning to the lollipop mix or dip the hardened lollipops into the powder for an extra kick. Tajín powder is available at Mexican grocery stores; if you can’t find it, you can substitute regular chili powder." - Anita Chu, author of Lollipop Love
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This winning recipe is a tradition in the making: Rhonda Tebeau won a Canola Oil "Fry It for the Fair" Contest in Vermont (Champlain Valley Fair) with her State Fair Apple Lollipops. Not your average sucker, these pops are pancake batter-based and up for alteration as you add or subtract your favorite filling ingredients.
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Rainbow Swirl Lollipops
"By playing around with food coloring before the lollipops set, you can make some beautiful designs. You can also use multiple colors for an even more striking effect. Thicker gel colorings work best because they are easier to guide around with a toothpick." - Anita Chu, author of Lollipop LoveClick here for more rainbow recipes.
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Lollipops
Cross a rock-hard candy with a caramel and you’ve got the ne plus ultra, in my humble opinion, of candy. If you need a comparative treat to help you wrap your head around this deliciousness, think of a Sugar Daddy. There is nothing like that chewy sugar lockjaw, that mercury-filling-extracting, unintentional drool-producing goodness. Don’t even think about biting down on this when it’s first introduced into your mouth; just let it ride around a bit until it relents just enough for you to get your chew on. The beauty of this treat is that it works just as well as a lollipop as it does a single-wrap candy. And you can mix it up with an array of delightful infusions to enjoy while your teeth are fused together by that supreme sugar fixative that is The Sugar, Baby!
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This Russian twist on the classic Buffalo wing was created by the chefs at Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Atlanta. They make the perfect game-day snacks for cheering on your favorite USA team. 
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Dulce de Leche Swirl Lollipops
"You can replace the dulce de leche with Nutella, chocolate, or basically anything that can be piped. Since these lollipops take a bit of coordination, pour out the lollipop mixture a little at a time and keep the remainder in the saucepan for easy preheating." - Anita Chu, author of Lollipop LoveClick here for more of our best lollipop recipes.
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Sometimes serving the same thing over and over again can make it hard for the kids to finish their dinner. Make it interesting by adding a few creative twists to trusted favorites, like these Buffalo chicken lollipops, which give a new look to chicken nuggets. Click here to see 10 Back-to-School Recipes to Make Your Kids Happy
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This recipe takes a trusted favorite and makes it a surefire way to get the kids excited about dinner. Raviolis are breaded and lightly sauteéd to give the effect that they're a guilty pleasure, even though they're not. You're packing in extra nutrients, too, by serving, not one, but two dipping sauces.  Click here to see 10 Back-to-School Recipes to Make Your Kids Happy
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Bananas are rich in carbohydrates and natural sugars which give the body a much-needed energy boost at half time. Agave sugar has a lower glycemic index than traditional sugar which means energy is released slower, avoiding the highs and lows that a sugar based energy snack can cause. Peanut butter and nuts are an excellent source of protein which ensures that the body's muscles are being fed the correct nutrients they need during sport
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