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Movie Time Popcorn and Pretzel Chicken Tenders

Today's recipe comes to us from Suzanne and her daughter. It's a creative spin on a popular kid's food, and we think your children will love it.

This featured recipe was inspired by watching our favorite movies! We love to invite friends and family over for movies and fun food. We decided to take our “movie time popcorn and pretzels” and use that as a coating on our chicken tenderloins.

Easter Brunch Ideas with Laurie Figone

Challenge Dairy is proud to be a sponsor of the Wood Food Championships. It’s an amazing annual event where hundreds of talented chefs compete on a grand scale. Tune into last year's World Dessert Champion, Laurie Figone, as she cooks up some Easter brunch ideas tomorrow—live and on camera.

Springtime Flower Tartelettes

Celebrate spring with a fresh and creative treat idea from blogger Suzanne Clark.

This year for Easter, I wanted to create something special. I had seen someone make little tartelettes using mini muffin pans and it became my inspiration. I decided to create a buttery almond crust and to fill them with a luscious creamy lemon filling.

White Chocolate Bird Nests

These bird nests are a popular item to serve at showers or on the Easter holiday. They're also a fun and creative treat to make with your kids.

I thought it would be fun to put a contemporary twist on a recipe that is a “blast from my past!” When I was a child I loved to make Haystacks, a classic recipe made from butterscotch chips and chow mein noodles. It felt so liberating being able to create this delicious little bites all on my own, no stove top cooking necessary!

How to Make Cheesecake

Don’t let this luxurious dessert intimidate you. Despite what you may have heard, anyone can make a cheesecake. In fact, making a cheesecake requires more patience than skill, and if you can maintain an attentive eye throughout the process, you’ll end up with an amazing dessert you’ll want to make over and over.

Valentine's Day Cooking Idea: Love in the Cake

Valentine's Day is right around the corner, and if you are like us, you're looking to give something that shows you put your heart into it. Well, our Challenge Food Ambassador Suzanne Clark took that idea literally and came up with a tried and perfected recipe that will taste amazing and dazzle your loved ones.

This year for Valentine’s Day I decided to do something a bit different. I wanted to create a moist and buttery dessert for everyone in the family to enjoy instead of the same ol’ boxes of candy. I have seen other people creating cakes with special designs in them for holidays, so I thought I would put my own twist on that idea with my recipe for Valentine’s Day.

Touchdown Pizza Fritters

Football season is reaching its peak with playoffs, bowls, championships, and parties popping up all over the country. It's an exciting time that requires exciting food. Challenge Food Ambassador Suzanne Clark shows her creativity once again with a simple and sophisticated take on pizza and football.

One day I wanted to create something for a party, a bit more “gourmet” than plain ol’ pizza. I know that most people love Italian flavors and that became my inspiration. I have often made cream puffs and beignets. I combined the two concepts and added robust Italian flavors.

Day 12: Nutmeg Cookie Pretzels

As we bring our 12 Days of Christmas Cookies series to a close, we would like to highlight one of our favorite Holiday Cookies, Nutmeg Cookie Pretzels. They are flavored with vanilla, imitation rum, and nutmeg and then topped with coarse sugar for a little extra sweetness and crunch.