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Recipe: Barbecue Turkey Meatloaf — Recipes from the Kitchn

This juicy turkey meatloaf has no intentions of being the boring, dry lump some meatloaves turn out to be, and that's all thanks to the delicious tang of BBQ sauce that goes into the meat mixture and on top of it as a glaze. Yep! We're doubling down on that BBQ sauce for flavor and performance. Make it ahead so you have dinner ready to go even after a busy day out — and make sure to save leftovers because this makes one mean meatloaf and mashed potato sandwich.

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How To Make Tender Baked Oatmeal Cups — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

These baked oatmeal cups are not your average oat muffin. Nope, crack into the thin, crispy exterior of these muffin pan masterpieces and you'll find a moist, creamy interior brimming with breakfast-friendly sweetness and warm spices. One taste and you'll wonder where these hearty, portable breakfast bites have been all your life.

Tender baked oatmeal cups are all about taking the things we love most about baked oatmeal, customizing it for every eater in your kitchen, and turning it into a grab-and-go breakfast or snack. This recipe is pretty basic and easily adaptable, so I bet you have everything you need to make them in your kitchen right now. While you're checking, preheat the oven — you are going to want to bake these ASAP.

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Recipe: Shamrock Pops — Recipes from The Kitchn

Shamrock Shakes are seasonal milkshakes made with vanilla ice cream and flavored with mint and given a hint of leafy green color. These festive drinks are only available from late February to mid-March from their famous drive-thru inventor, but you can make these milkshakes all year long and turn them into a refreshing ice pop for enjoying any time of year (or hey, just St. Paddy's day).

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Recipe: Chorizo Chicken Chili — Recipes from The Kitchn

This 30-minute chili, featuring the flavorful power couple of chorizo and chicken, is what you make on Wednesday when you hit a wall on what to make for dinner. A change of pace from a beefy chili, this one-pot meal kicks up the flavor with spicy chorizo and seared chicken thighs. Smoky, fire-roasted tomatoes and two types of beans make up the sauce, with a few dashes of spices and herbs added in to give it a complex flavor.

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Recipe: Slow-Cooker Vegan Lentil Chili — Easy Vegetarian Recipes

This lentil chili tastes like everything you love about chili — filled with smoky spices and lots of rich tomato flavor — but it goes lighter than the meat-filled version, thanks to the addition of barely sweet butternut squash and hearty lentils. Lentils are the perfect candidate for a meat-free chili. They cook up earthy and meaty, and there's no browning or precooking necessary.

This hearty vegan chili comes together easily with the aid of a slow cooker. All you have to do is mix everything together, turn it on, and come back to a bowl of comforting vegan chili.

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How To Make Two-Day Tomato Pasta Sauce — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

Tomato sauce can be so many things: fresh and simple, marinara full of vegetables, or slow-cooked until it is so luscious and rich that it's the stuff of memories. This is the story of a sauce that delivers such a delicious, powerfully memorable impact that it is worthy of two days — yes, days — of cooking. So when you have a weekend to spare, or you're snowed in and want a pot of sauce bubbling away all day long, here is the recipe your pasta dinner deserves.

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