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It Doesn't Get Any Easier Than This: Two-Ingredient Baking
Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Cookies
The magic two: Reese's Peanut Butter Cups and an egg
What they make: Thin cookies that are crispy around the edges and chewy in the center, perfect for stacking.
The magic two: Pumpkin puree and classic yellow cake mix
What they make: An incredibly moist muffin (really, who are we kidding? It's a cupcake) with a nice hit of earthy pumpkin.
The magic two: Self-rising flour and vanilla ice cream
What they make: A little treat that tastes more like a sweet biscuit than a muffin. Vanilla supposedly works best, but if you absolutely must try it with Rocky Road, don't let us stop you.
Whipping Cream Biscuits
The magic two: Heavy whipping cream and self-rising flour
What they make: A delightful vehicle for peach or blueberry jam.
The magic two: Ice cream and wonton wrappers
What they make: Baked in muffin tins, the pasta-like squares form a warm, crispy shell for chilly cream. Starbucks' Java Chip Frappuccino flavor is reportedly excellent.
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