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Easy Valentine’s Day Rice Krispie Treats

Easy Valentine's Day Rice Krispie Treats

This easy Valentine’s Day treat is perfect for the holiday. It takes so little time, looks lovely, and tastes delicious! Make them for FHE, bring them to those you visit teach, or just enjoy them on your own. Watch the video and find the full recipe below. Shop LDS Valentine’s Day gifts here! Ingredients 4 cups Rice Krispies cereal 1/4 …

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6 Tips for Making Mocktails

6 Tips for Making Mocktails

If you want to celebrate an occasion in style, but don’t want to drink, mocktails are the answer! These fun and bubbly drink mirror the effervescence and creativity of “mixology” without any alcohol. When thinking of mocktails, soda and juice or sparkling ciders often come to mind. These are certainly delicious, but there is so much more you can do. …

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How to Make Brigham Young’s Buttermilk Doughnuts

How to Make Brigham Young's Buttermilk Doughnuts

Here is a great recipe to help you celebrate Pioneer Day! Pioneer Day commemorates the arrival of the Saints into the Salt Lake Valley on July 24, 1847 after a long trek west. Brigham Young was the leader of the Church and is called the “American Moses” for leading the expeditions. These are his favorite buttermilk doughnuts!     Ingredients: 5-6 cups …

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5 Fun Facts about Mormons and Jell-O

Today, LDS culture embraces Jell-O!

Whether or not they enjoy the association, most Mormons will admit the cultural links between LDS members and Jell-O are obvious. But how did the two become so inseparably connected? How do Bill Cosby and the Olympics factor in? We’ve got the answers plus a few more fun facts you might not have known. The Jell-O connection isn’t as old …

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5 Fun Facts About Funeral Potatoes

5 Fun Facts About Funeral Potatoes

Photo courtesy of Food.com Funeral Potatoes. Such a sad name for a food that makes people so happy. A wondrous variation of potatoes au gratin, this calorie-rich favorite has a clouded history and a clear future as one of the most beloved dishes in Mormon cuisine. So exactly what are funeral potatoes? Why are funeral potatoes and the 2002 Winter …

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The 10 Best Mocktails for a Mormon New Year’s Eve

Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints choose to abstain from all forms of alcohol, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy sparkly, fun drinks this New Year’s Eve. Check out these ten amazing recipes for completely non-alcoholic drinks that are sure to liven up any party.   Italian Cream Soda: Versatile and delicious, Italian Cream Soda …

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10 Mouthwatering Pies to Help You Celebrate Pi Day

Pies for Pi Day!

Happy Pi Day! According to the official Pi Day website: Pi Day is celebrated on March 14th (3/14) around the world. Pi (Greek letter “π”) is the symbol used in mathematics to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter — which is approximately 3.14159. Pi has been calculated to over one trillion …

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What to Make the Missionaries for Dinner

I have to admit, as a missionary, I had it good when it came to food. Not only was I serving in the California Fresno Mission, which covers the fertile soil of the Central Valley, but I was consistently blessed by the generosity of members and non-members alike. From a humble meal of cold bologna sandwiches to skirt-splitting three-course feasts, …

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