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41 Copycat Recipes from Your Favorite Restaurants

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Jillian Capewell

Jillian Capewelll is an editorial assistant and graduate of SUNY Geneseo in upstate New York, where she was an editor for the college newspaper. Jillian started at Babble as an intern and returned after spending a year teaching Beatles songs to French children. She has wanted to write for a living since completing the construction-paper classic Penguin Surprise Do Stuff at age four with the help of her mom, who had to spell all the words. Aside from Babble, Jillian's work has also appeared on xoJane

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12 thoughts on “41 Copycat Recipes from Your Favorite Restaurants

  1. Anonymous says:

    these are amazing!

  2. hannah says:

    Bucatini allAmatriciana looks especially good and easy to make

  3. Emily Butler says:

    This looks so good! Def be making these soon

  4. Danna says:

    Great! recipe! I want to try it for my children. They would really jump for joy when they taste it!
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  5. Chubbhater says:

    Ahh, every piece of fast food glop we giant slothy lardpile Americans can ever want, and right from the comfort of our own couches! We don’t even have to roll to our cars! Whew, justr thinking about the exercise I’d get walking to my car for some window-side take out has me hungry for a slab of bacon fried in butter!

  6. Violeta Gill says:

    A local bakery here makes homemade pop tarts!

  7. Violeta Gill says:

    Also those blue velvets look gross!

  8. Just me says:

    So the link to the Cadbury Eggs doesn’t work….maybe you should check to make sure they still have the page for it before creating a link….now I’m bummed :/

  9. Anonymous says:

    where r the recipes

  10. Anonymous says:

    The Cadbury recipe works just fine. To “Just Me” – Either click the picture, or there will be a link provided (usually above the recipe.)

  11. Diana says:

    http://www.confessionsofacookbookqueen.com/2011/04/homemade-cadbury-eggs/ here’s the link for the home made cadbury eggs just type in home made cadbury eggs cook book queen and you should find it :P

  12. Diana says:

    although i much rather like them to not have corn starch bleck a more natural recipe would be better tasting.

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