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TikTok creator @myplantbasedkitchen uses the popular vegan pesto from Trader Joe’s to add flavor to these eggplant pizza bites topped with fresh tomatoes, arugula, and balsamic glaze. 

These ravioli-sized cherry pie bites from @fedbysab are perfect for holiday parties where guests mingle while they eat rather than sit around the table. The only problem is that they might be gone too fast.

If you’ve only had frozen pretzel bites, you’re missing out. This easy recipe from @meals_and_munchies_ will be a hit at any holiday party or game day. You don’t have to make the dough from scratch. Instead, use a biscuit dough to cut time off your holiday cooking.

These addictive cheesy garlic zucchini bites will go fast at any dinner party you throw. Serve them up with ranch for dipping like @morganeisenberg, or just eat them plain since they’re super flavorful either way.

Want to take an ice cream sandwich up a notch? Try this macaron ice cream sandwich recipe from @matthewinthekitchen. These bite sized treats are perfect for your next cookout.

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Pack Animal Essentials’ natural pet travel kit ($39) for those little hiccups that seem to accompany any trip. Formulas include Tranquility Blend, Super Immune and Daily Digestion — a certified-organic combo of peppermint, fennel seed, chamomile and ginger root, for fresh breath and a healthy tummy.

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It’s important for everyone to know how to act around dogs. The American Kennel Club recommends teaching kids the proper way to treat dogs fro…

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It's the cookie equivalent of Reese's Pieces, a chocolate-coated cookie with creamy peanut butter smeared on it. Do I have to say more? (N.B. The peanut butter here is smooth and silky, in contrast to the graininess of that of a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup.) This was in the running for first place — it's a great cookie in its own right but also lends itself to the sacred art of Cookie Deconstruction, the hedonist act of consuming layers of a cookie one by one. Examples include eating the middle out of an Oreo first, or biting off individual layers of Kit Kat.

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If your puppy nips and bites too hard, teach the puppy that this is not OK by ending the interaction. You can pull your hand away, say, “OW!” and leave the puppy for a few minutes. Then try again so your puppy has a chance to act appropriately.

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"When we decided to make this year’s spring break getaway a trip to California, there was no getting around the reality of flying with children. I turned to my fellow parent friends for advice on how they kept their little people occupied on a long flight when getting up and running around is not an option." Here's what they had to say.

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There may be more to the whole “Good night, sleep tight, don’t let the bedbugs bite’” bedtime rhyme than you think.

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