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23 Copycat Recipes For Your Favorite Fast Foods

You might as well start setting up your own drive-thru.

1. Homemade Starbucks Spinach Feta Wrap

Once you have one of these wraps, you'll want one every day. This recipe will save you money and cuts out the unnecessary sodium and additives.

2. Homemade Krispy Kreme Glazed Donuts

Apologies in advance for this easy recipe, but they're too good to resist. On the plus side, they're all natural...

3. Homemade McDonald's Egg White Delight

This recipe is perfect for the times you need a filling, yet healthy breakfast, but don't have time to sit in drive-thru.

4. Homemade McDonald's Fruit & Maple Oatmeal

This recipe is great for breakfast on the go and fits perfectly in a mason jar.

5. Homemade Burger King French Toast Sticks

By avoiding the fatty oil, you can enjoy a sweet start to the day without feeling sluggish. Check out the full details here.

6. Homemade McDonald's Chicken Nuggets

Get all the flavor of McDonald's chicken nuggets without having to guess which part of the chicken you're eating. Full recipe here.

7. Homemade Pizza Hut Personal Pan Pizza

Sometimes you want a pizza, but don't want to go through the agonizing wait. Why not have the recipe on hand to satisfy a pizza craving?

8. Homemade Chick-Fil-A Chicken Sandwich

Get the incredible taste of the perfect drunk meal without having to use a big fryer. Recipe here.

9. Homemade Taco Bell Crunch Wrap Supreme

It's good to your kitchen. Find out how to make it here.

10. Homemade Chipotle Chicken Bowl

It's fresh. It's easy, and you won't be judged for your customization. See the recipe here.

11. Homemade White Castle Sliders

These bite size burgers have the same great taste as the original, except there's an unexpected secret ingredient: peanut butter. Learn how to make them here.

12. Homemade Panda Express Chow Mein

Now you don’t have to risk the heat lamps. Make this favorite noodle dish fresh in your own home. See the recipe here.

13. Homemade Jack in the Box Beef Tacos

Oh, the greasy goodness. Jack in the Box tacos are crispy wonders of the fast food world. However, you can get all the flavor half the grease and use all fresh ingredients with this recipe.

14. Homemade Arby's Curly Fries

This go-to recipe actually bakes the fries instead of frying them, but you end up with the same great crunch and flavor. Learn how to make them here.

15. Homemade KFC Coleslaw

The semi-healthy side is great for a summer picnic or barbecue. See the simple recipe here.

16. Homemade Wendy's Chili

This is a great recipe for something you can keep in your fridge for a week. You'll never second guess what's inside your chili again with this recipe.

17. Homemade Popeyes Buttermilk Biscuits

After making these once, you might find yourself living off of them. They're like potato chips: once you start, you might not ever stop. Recipe here.

18. Homemade KFC Potato Wedges

Unfortunately, these are still fried, but they're so damn good. Let's be honest, you deserve it. See recipe here.

19. Homemade McDonald's Shamrock Shake

The most beloved shake on the fast food market is only available once a year. With this recipe, you can have all year long.

20. Homemade Wendy's Frosty

This recipe is perfect for hot summer days, and is an ideal drink to make for big groups or just one person. You can even add a shot of your favorite liquor for some added flavor. See full recipe here.

21. Homemade Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte

Like the "Shamrock Shake," the PSL is only here for a hot minute. You can easily make a copycat version of the drink without having to buy the Starbucks pre-made blend. See here.

22. Homemade Orange Julius

The icy drink is a perfect way to cool off this summer and is pretty easy to make. Check it out here.

23. Homemade DQ Oreo Blizzard

Liquid, solid, soquid? You decide. Use this recipe wisely.