Monday, June 30, 2014
Can you believe that the July 4th holiday is already upon us? As we celebrate our nation's birthday this week, many people will be getting together with friends and family to grill out and watch the fireworks. Bring these easy and festive treats to your next gathering.
4th of July Rice Krispie Treats
Spangled Sandwich Pops
Who doesn't like rice krispie treats? Make the classic treat a little more patriotic with this recipe from Two Sisters Crafting.
It can't get much easier than this sweet idea from I Heart Nap Time! All you need is watermelon slices and a star shaped cookie cutter.
Cut-and-Bake Flag Cookies
Stars and Stripes have never looked so tasty! Use different color sprinkles to make this treat from Pillsbury.
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Saturday, February 2, 2013
You’ve no doubt heard about a big game going on this Sunday. Millions of people will be glued to their television to see if their team will win or lose. Even if you don’t know the teams that are playing, you can still enjoy some good food and good company at a Super Bowl party. Whether you’re watching the game at a friend’s house, or enjoying the comforts of your own home
, here are some of our favorite dishes to get you ready for some football!
Classic Hot Wings
This traditional dish is a go-to snack when it comes to football. Just be sure to have plenty of napkins on hand!
This easy guacamole dish gives you a healthier version of the classic dip. Add in a little heat with some jalapeños.
Cheesy Garlic Sticks
Cheese and bread—a perfect combination! Use marinara for a dipping sauce for this easy appetizer
Fudgy Football Brownies
Use a football-shaped cookie cutter and icing to shape these brownies into a football.
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