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Junk Food Remade

Junk Food Remade

Want to feel better about eating junk food? Make it homemade! Cheez-its, pop-tarts, strawberry jam… all can easily be made in the comfort of your own kitchen. Here are five yummy recipes from the “Junk Food Remade” series by blog author and foodie Bonnie Rush of A Golden Afternoon.


  • Junk Food Remade: Cheez-Its 1 of 5
    Junk Food Remade: Cheez-Its
    Here's a recipe for everybody's favorite cheesy snack that ANYONE can make. It only takes a few ingredients and basic skills—even a kid can handle it with ease. This means you can, too!

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  • Junk Food Remade: Pop-Tarts 2 of 5
    Junk Food Remade: Pop-Tarts
    Who doesn't love pop-tarts? Now you can whip them up for breakfast at home. Super yummy!

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  • Junk Food Remade: Best Pancakes Ever 3 of 5
    Junk Food Remade: Best Pancakes Ever
    Kids love pancakes — especially when they're served like this tasty stack. This quick & easy recipe is sure to bring smiles to both kids and parents alike.

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  • Junk Food Remade: Lavender Strawberry Jam 4 of 5
    Junk Food Remade: Lavender Strawberry Jam
    Homemade jam is the perfect way to sweeten up just about anything. This lavender strawberry jam recipe definitely has my mouth watering!

    visit a golden afternoon for the recipe
  • Junk Food Remade: The Author 5 of 5
    Junk Food Remade: The Author
    Blog author & foodie Bonnie Rush has a busy household with three young children yet still finds time to share her tasty treats and DIY projects with all of us. Way to go, momma!

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