I don’t know about you, but I get this Caesar salad here, those fries there, and always pizza from them. I label restaurants based on my favorite dishes and how they do it. But how do they do it?
Our sister website, AllFreeCopycatRecipes, can answer that question. Their new weekly free newsletter, launching July 12th, will graciously reward subscribers with mock restaurant recipes and copycat brand name recipes that you and I love. Subscribe and no longer will you have to waste fuel or time driving to restaurants, or spend excessive money for service or brand goods. AllFreeCopycatRecipes provides readers with tastefully simple copycat recipes so that you can eat your favorite foods all the time!
One of my favorite starters is Maggiano’s Little Italy Chop Salad. I am willing to wait on the busiest of days for a table, just so I can eat my coveted salad. But I’m wiser now; I no longer stand in ridiculous lines! Thanks to AllFreeCopycatRecipes, I can make myself a Maggiano’s Little Italy Chop Salad for a fraction of the price.
I am making Copycat Red Lobster Cheddar Bay Biscuits nowadays too. They accompany so many different dinner meals, I have a difficult time settling for boring rolls when I can whip up biscuits!
Another winning recipe that the AllFreeCopycatRecipes Free Newsletter will provide to its readers is for Copycat Somoa Girl Scout Cookies. Girl Scout Cookies only come around once a year (and who can resist a little girl’s plea?), but with a simple and accurate recipe, you can get your Girl Scout Cookie fix long after your supply runs out!
Here’s the recipe for your convenience:
Recipe: Copycat Samoa Girl Scout Cookies
Summary: If you love girl scout cookies, you’ll this recipe for Copycat Samoa Girl Scout Cookies, one of the most tastefully simple copycat recipes around. Made with caramel, coconut and chocolate, you’ll swear you’re eating the real thing!
Ingredients for Cookies
- 1 cup softened butter
- 1/2 cup sugar
- 2 cups all-purpose flour
- 1/2 teaspoon salt
- 1/4 teaspoon baking powder
- 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 1 tablespoon milk
Ingredients for Topping
- 3 cups shredded coconut
- 12 ounces of caramels
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 3 tablespoons milk
- 8 ounces chocolate chip
Instructions for Cookies
Making this cookie is simple enough: after mixing together the dry ingredients, add the vanilla extract and milk. Feel free to mix with your hands! Cookies are cut into perfect circles, and a circular cut-out in the center completes the underlying framework. The topping is made from melted caramels, milk, salt and baked coconut, which is placed on the cookies when they come out of the oven. After dipping the cookies in chocolate, the remaining chocolate is drizzled over the top in a zig-zag pattern. Refrigerate and you’ve got yourself some perfect-looking Copycat Samoa Girl Scout Cookies! For more detailed instructions, check out the recipe here.
The AllFreeCopycatRecipes free newsletter will feature fantastic recipes like these that are family-tested and Mom-approved. Additionally, copycat recipes for brand name foods will be featured in free newsletters, such as Homemade Copycat Oreos and Homemade English Muffins.
When you can create your own homemade version of foods from the store, you save money and you control what ingredients go in (or don’t go in). Everyone benefits: your family stays healthy and your wallet stays plump.
Surprise! We have our own Restaurant Recipes at RecipeLion as well. Two of my favorite copycat restaurant recipes are for Olive Garden Breadsticks and Olive Garden House Dressing. I am not ashamed to say that I make my own breadsticks and salad at least three times a week. Oops?
Simultaneously saving money and having my favorite foods in the kitchen are only a couple of the reasons why I love using copycat online restaurant recipes kindly provided by AllFreeCopycatRecipes. The free newsletter will launch a convenient way to receive copycat recipe updates automatically and without hassle.
I really love these copycat menu ideas from the blogosphere:
Alejandra from Always Order Dessert has created a phenomenal recipe for Dunkin Donut Blueberry Muffins.
Marybeth from Dunkin Cooking the Semi-Homemade Way has a recipe for Dunkin Donut Bites that look exactly like the real thing!
Kristin from Iowa Girl Eats has put together for a simple 4-Step Homemade Chipotle Burrito Bowl.