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National Junk Food Day

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We know, it seems like just yesterday we were talking about National French Fry Day and National Ice Cream Day. However, tomorrow is the day for all your favorite snacks and sweets. It's National Junk Food Day! We know you probably aren't exactly sure how to celebrate, but we figured why not make your own junk food, than go buy it! Here are some of our favorite recipes for National Junk Food Day! 

French Fries

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While we might not all agree, there's nothing better than a McDonald's style french fry. However, we understand it's not always convenient to go find a McDonald's every time you're craving fries. That's why we found this awesome recipe for creating them at home. 

Speciality Onion Rings

What's better than regular onion rings? Mozzarella stuffed for sure! That's right, mozzarella stuffed crispy baked onion rings. Not only are they absolutely delicious, but they also take less than hour to make. Click here to see how to make them.

Loaded Nachos

Here at Kidsshoes.com, one of our biggest guilty pleasures are salty snacks! We always have some sort of chip in the office. So when we saw these loaded nachos, we knew we couldn't resist sharing their recipe. Even though it's technically a snack/appetizer, since they're loaded with beans, cheese, and tons of veggies, this could easily be a meal for the whole family. 

Chocolate Covered, Caramel Filled Shortbread Cookies

Chocolate-Covered Caramel-Filled Shortbread Cookies (a.k.a. Homemade Twix) Recipe

You can't have Junk Food Day without cookies! These cookies are extra exciting because they're basically oversized Twix bars. These take a lot longer than the other recipes but they're fun to make with the kids. Click here to see how! 

Don't forget, if you're not that into making these yummy snacks, celebrate National Junk Food Day in our Junk Food styles from Katy Perry. Happy Snacking!


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