As we close in on the holiday season, I’m always on the lookout for easy recipes that: 1) serve a crowd, 2) don’t require a lot of prep work and 3) are warm and satisfying. So…what do I reach for?–one of the most useful appliances in the kitchen, my crockpot. Here are a few choice breakfast recipes to serve your family and houseguests that are basically “fix it and forget it”. Chelsea’s Slow Cooker .
Thanksgiving is next week and after the big meal is finished, football games are watched, and naps are taken–that can mean only one thing: leftovers. I have to admit I prefer the leftovers over the first go round…and while sandwiches are great, we thought we’d offer up a little more variety for you this year. These great turkey soup recipes will warm you (heart and soul)! Julie and Debbie’s Creamy Sausage, Turkey, and .
The temps are falling and appetites are on the rise. Bacon’s always a crowd pleaser, and many of you will be hosting friends and family throughout the next few months. What better time to renew your recipe files with a few tempting tummy pleasers? We bet you’ll have a tough time choosing your favorite bacon appetizer… Easy, but incredibly delicious–Tina’s Bacon Cream Cheese Roll-Ups come together using just THREE ingredients. They’re a tasty .
Mashed potatoes are a staple dish at dinner tables everywhere.These bloggers have taken our favorite comfort food to the next level with recipes that will leave you and your guests coming back for seconds (and maybe even thirds!). Also, they’re just in time to try out as a new side at your Thanksgiving celebration this year… Amanda’s Pumpkin Swirled Mashed Potatoes would be a welcome addition to any Autumn meal. The pumpkin can be .
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The right seasoning can really make or break a dish…you know there are times when your food is just missing something. These amazing spice blend recipes will add the perfect infusion of flavor. They also take the guesswork out of the exact proportions of ingredients and leave out all the (icky) preservatives that are found in pre-packaged blends. Pass by the envelopes in the grocery aisle and instead opt for Amee’s Homemade Taco & .
The season of Halloween is upon us and that calls for lots of ghastly goodies. If you’ve never looked down at your food and had eyeballs staring back at you–we think you’re missing out. These fun and tasty Halloween recipes are guaranteed to thrill anyone (and send chills down a few spines)… We’re starting out with this healthy treat from Cotter Crunch. Her Deviled Egg Eyeballs are packed with protein and full of .
Two scrumptious cake-like cookies with a delicious, creamy filling in between them–sounds like a little bit of heaven to us. There are so many tasty varieties of these out there, it may be hard to pick your favorite. But, don’t worry–we’ve found a few of the finest whoopie pie recipes around to get you started on your appetizing adventure. If you’re a fruit fan, then make sure you try Melanie’s Blueberry Whoopie Pie recipe .
Fall flavored treats are hard to beat so when I stumbled upon these easy-peasy apple pie bites I had to make them for our annual fall neighborhood party. Here’s what you need to make 16 mini apple pie bites: 2 apples 1 can of crescent rolls 1/4 cup brown sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1/4 teaspoon nutmeg 1/4 teaspoon ginger 1/3 cup chopped pecans 3 tablespoons butter Blend the brown sugar and spices together. Cut .
Eating salad just got a whole lot cuter and more portable than ever. Skip the ordinary salad bowl and instead relish in the joy of eating salad from a mason jar. These delicious recipes are a terrific alternative to ho-hum sandwich, can be made ahead of time then easily packed for lunch. There’s a whole lot of nutrition and flavor packed into Megan’s Strawberry and Roasted Asparagus Salad In A Jar. There’s a surprise .