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37. Chocolate Dessert Tacos
You can never have too many tacos, right? These high-fiber, gluten-free sweet ones can even be made vegan. And they're loaded with three kinds of chocolate, or try them with peanut butter, coconut cream, chocolate almond fudge, or cookie dough "hummus."

38. S'mores Brownies
Bring the summertime staple to your living room and relive your brighter days spent gathered around a campfire and sleeping under the stars. With applesauce and dates instead of oil or butter, this recipe is light but still nice and gooey.

39. Gluten-Free Chocolate Chunk Peanut Butter Cookies
We can't get enough of anything chocolate and peanut butter. Is there a more perfect power couple? Plus this one's gluten-free.

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Drinks
40. Michelada

If you've never had this beer cocktail, the thought of brewsky, tomato, Worcestershire, and hot sauce may sound disgusting. Hear us out: It's delicious. Grab a big pitcher and mix this up ahead of time to booze up your party a little bit.

41. Blood Orange Margarita
Lime make you pucker? Opt for this sweeter version of the Mexican drink, which uses orange juice and orange liquor.

42. Jalapeño Bloody Mary
Heat up the night with a healthy shot of jalapeño vodka and pickled veggies. This easy recipe is not for the faint of heart, but if you like heat, we guarantee you'll love it.

43. Spiced Hot Chocolate
Give your favorite cocoa recipe a grownup makeover by leaving out the marshmallows and subbing in a hint of chili peppers and hazelnut liquor. Made in a Crock-Pot, this is perfect for large groups.

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44. Grapefruit Hot Toddy
The holidays may be over, but it's still cold out! Warm up with a hot cocktail that's the perfect mix of sour, sweet, and cinnamony. It's a hug in a mug!

45. Snakebite
Intimidating name, can't-screw-it-up recipe. Pick your favorite stout beer and your favorite hard cider, and mix them together for a crisp, tart taste.

46. Mile High Manhattan
Broncos fans will enjoy a (loose) twist on the traditional recipe. Mix together vanilla, orange, bourbon, and a hint of anise for a fantastic cocktail with just enough depth to keep things interesting.

47. Washington Apple
Tall, short, on the rocks, however you serve this one, its winning combination of tart cranberry juice, sweet and sour apple, and fiery whiskey is sure to please even the most reluctant of football fans. 

48. The Lanesborough
This sparkling cocktail may look a little frou-frou, but with cranberry juice, grand marnier, champagne, and passionfruit puree, it's a big step up from a mimosa. There's nothing lightweight about this one!

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