Enter our Semi-Homemade Recipe Contest!
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There’s no shame in shortcuts—especially on weekdays. Bring on the boxed mixes, canned goods and frozen veggies. If the fam can’t get enough of your half-homemade chicken mole, we wanna taste! And your shrimp cocktail sauce that’s practically cheating? That, too. Don’t forget your bakery-quality 3-ingredient breakfast pastries either. Send us your foolproof favorites with 12 ingredients or fewer for a chance to win $500.

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We're introducing a new prize category: Most Innovative. Judging for this $50 prize will be based on a number of factors including, but not limited to, unique flavor combos, interesting twists on cooking techniques, reinterpreting recipes for special diets, creative decorating and serving ideas, use of out-of-the-box ingredients and more. In other words, we’re looking for recipes that really stretch your creativity. We're excited to see what you come up with!


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