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20 Two-Ingredient Recipes That Are So Easy, You Can Make Them All Tonight

I love to cook, but making food can take forever, and potentially cost a lot of money. Sometimes I just want to put as few ingredients as possible in a bowl and whip up something simple yet delicious. If you feel the same way, today is your lucky day!

With the easy two-ingredient recipes below, you can enjoy tasty treats without the hassle of going to the grocery store and picking up a ton of ingredients. Keep reading, and let’s get cooking!

1. This is the easiest pizza dough you’ll ever whip up.

This is the <a href="http://www.kidspot.com.au/kitchen/recipes/2-ingredient-pizza-dough-1276" target="_blank">easiest pizza dough</a> you

Kidspot

2. Don’t waste your ripe bananas, make banana oatmeal cookies instead.

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The Burlap Bag

3. Make this Southern staple a part of your next dinner.

Make this <a href="http://www.thekitchn.com/recipe-twoingredient-biscuits-74847" target="_blank">Southern staple</a> a part of your next dinner.

The Kitchn

4. You can make endless flavor combinations with soda and boxed cake mix.

5. Make these cheesy bites for your next party.

6. You’ve never made an easier dinner for your family.

7. This lemon mousse is simple yet sophisticated.

8. You might make these grilled cheese bites for your kids, but it’ll be hard for you to keep your hands off of them, too.

9. This delicious ice cream is so easy to make.

10. If you love warm, chocolatey desserts, this recipe is super easy.

If you love warm, chocolatey desserts, <a href="http://picky-palate.com/2010/12/20/kiss-pies/" target="_blank">this recipe</a> is super easy.

Picky Palate

11. Making macaroons has never been so simple.

12. Chocolate mousse is my favorite dessert, so I’m making this ASAP.

13. My mouth is watering just looking at this cake.

14. Take cookies and cream to a new level with this recipe.

15. With these popsicles, you can have a taste of the South all summer.

16. Who said pumpkin-flavored baked goods are only for fall?

17. Coconut oil is solid when cold but liquid when it’s warm. It makes a great base formagic chocolate shells.

18. Impress your guests with the simplest soufflé around.

19. This unique twist on fudge is perfect for a girly birthday party.

20. Don’t have a neighbor to buy Girl Scout cookies from? Make your own thin mints.

I love coconut, so those two-ingredient coconut macaroons are calling my name. Plus, that easy pizza dough recipe is tempting me to make my own pie instead of calling Domino’s next time I’m hungry. Which one of these recipes made your mouth water?

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