As the world is social distancing right now, many of us are experimenting in our kitchens to help pass the time. But for me, after a few weeks I've found myself in a recipe rut. The Oola Team decided to take a look at our internal data to see what our readers clicked on and read the most when it came to recipes. Between delicious boozy concoctions, air fryer specialties, and mouth watering deserts, our readers were all about these easy-to-make recipes.
Bring the beach bars and the island vacations to you with this delicious piña colada recipe! You'll need ice, pineapple, pineapple juice, coconut cream, white rum and dark rum for this recipe. Order from Drizly, and get the booze delivered right to your door! Don't feel restricted by the classic recipe, check out our full recipe and article for some fun variations as well.
It's hard to resist a good donut. If you have an air fryer, you can save time, money, and calories by making your own delicious donuts at home. This simple air fryer donut recipe is fun, easy to make, and something the whole family will enjoy! Don't have an air fryer yet? Put one in your shopping cart here!
Sweet potato fries are a delicious alternative to regular french fries, and can be served with even less guilt when you air fry them. Serve them as a side dish alongside turkey burgers, barbecue chicken wings, or with a summer salad. This recipe calls for 2 large sweet potatoes, olive oil, salt, pepper and some seasonings. Enjoy!
Veggies don't need to be a boring side dish! Add some flavor to your cauliflower with these easy-to-make buffalo cauliflower bites. I love these served with ranch or bleu cheese dressing.
If you are missing brunch and pancakes as much as I am, you are in luck! Our copycat IHOP pancakes recipe will have you creating delicious and fluffy buttermilk pancakes on your stovetop or griddle in a snap.
Missing Starbucks? I know I am. This chai tea latte recipe is the perfect morning pick-me-up or sweet afternoon treat. Enjoy it warm with some whip cream on top, or over ice on those hot spring and summer days.
A classic shortbread cookies only calls for a few ingredients, most of which you are likely to already have. While these cookies are popular during the holidays, they are a tasty treat to enjoy all year long. Read the full article to learn more about fun variations you can try to add a fun twist on the classic recipe.
Velveeta queso dip is my ultimate guilty pleasure, and this recipe does not disappoint! The classic velveeta queso dip recipe is simple, and only calls for 2 ingredients– but there are tons of variations and ways you can experiment.
Homemade baked potato chips are an easy and fun snack that the whole family can enjoy. Most store bought potato chips are loaded with excess fats and salt, but making them at home gives you control of what goes into them, and what flavors you want to add.
The cakesicle is like a cake pop, but the upgraded version. Instead of a ball of cake, the cakesicle is a popsicle shaped piece of cake, dipped in frosting and placed on a stick. The added surface area gives you more room to experiment with frosting and decoration– and the stick makes it easy and fun to eat! Try this simple cakesicle recipe to level-up your cake making skills!