Almost everyone makes a New Year’s resolution, but very few people actually follow through for a full year and a scientist from King’s College London has shown why. Life is too short to deprive yourself from the good stuff, and these twelve recipes are too good to pass up—plus, they don’t require hours in the kitchen. Eat on.
It’s the perfect dessert for a Friday or Saturday night to get the party started while satisfying your sweet tooth.
The name says it all.
This simple dish shows it doesn’t have to be complicated to be delicious.
Is it breakfast? Is it dessert? Does it matter?
Basically everything good in a single bite.
Like a Reese’s, but better and sweeter, if you can imagine that.
This recipe lets you recreate a Black Tap milkshake, and this insane variation on a classic is everything you love about ice cream sandwiches without having to go to NYC.
Just thinking about consuming one cup of butter clogs my arteries, but this twist on bread and butter is so good it’s worth it.
What costs less than $1 and takes 5 minutes to make? The easiest and most delicious froyo you have ever had.
Have you sworn off McDonald’s, Burger King, and Five Guys? Try this instead.
What do you get when you mix brownies, Oreos, and cookie dough? A little slice of heaven.
Totchos are nachos made with tater tots instead of tortilla chips. You won’t need to eat for days after this.