One of my favorite elements of Pinterest is the fact that you
can quickly scan for recipe ideas for your favorite store-bought or
restaurant foods to see how people made them at home. The ability
to use your own ingredients and make without having to make a run
through the drive-thru means you save time and money.
You may recall the time I made Reese's Peanut Butter
eggs or my recommendation to test out these Girl Scout Thin
Mints because you know your stash is long gone by now. I've
collected a few more of these copycat recipes for you try at home
and recreate for your palette's pleasure.
Taco Bell Crunchwrap Supreme
Chili's Copycat Cajun
6 Best Chick-fil-A
Cheesecake Factory's Avocado Egg
Extreme Oreo Cheesecake from Cheesecake
Chances are there are a plethora of versions of one particular
recipe. Don't be afraid to mix and match based on taste buds,
preferences or allergies.
Some copycat recipes turn out better than others. If you try a
recipe from Pinterest, head back and add a comment based on what
you thought of it. That's helpful to others who might search for
the same thing.
If you try a recipe and it's a complete FLOP, DELETE THE PIN! It
keeps your Pinterest boards clean and stream-lined while also
helping you to remember what you love and not keep what you
These are just a few of my favorite recipes you can find on
Pinterest. If you're looking for a recipe from a restaurant,
chances are Pinterest most likely has a pin for it. I also
encourage you to the read the comments on the link - they may offer
helpful suggestions on variations for a recipe or what worked and
what did not. Find us on Pinterest!
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