These things were like crack, seriously. Delicious, and although (very, very) time consuming, they were easy. They went like crazy at our Halloween party, and I will definitely be making them again for future parties. This recipe came from Food & Wine.
This is a simple, healthy dip that is great for a party or just a snack. I used jarred peppers for this, but freshly roasted peppers would be extra awesome. We served this with pita chips. This is from Cooking Light.
So this cute idea was all over Pinterest when I went looking for Halloween party ideas. This may actually be my favorite thing we made for the party! Delicious and easy. I liked it so much that I made it for Opening Hunt this weekend! I found this on LOLFoodie, but you could definitely do this with any cheeseball you liked (or even make pimento cheese into a ball).
So I feel like I may be stretching it a bit if I call this a recipe. But it is like crack dip and Velveeta for the win, of course! This was great for a crowd, and you can really adapt it any way you like. I made this for a fun girls’ night at the barn and we enjoyed it!
So this was pretty much delicious. And ridiculously easy. I made this as a dip for apps before dinner with my Mom, and we all gave it two thumbs up. Found this on a Buzzfeed listing of best dips, of all places, and it came from a blog called Domestic Superhero. This would be great to bring to a picnic, and it’s best if you can let it chill overnight, but a couple of hours would do. Serve it at room temperature.
My friend Missy made this for Memorial Day this year, and it was out of this world! I was excited for the chance to make it myself – I can’t get enough of it . We had the puppy naming party for the Hunt this weekend, and it seemed like a great excuse! You can use any kind of cheese that you like, but in this case, I used a block of extra sharp cheddar and a block of pepperjack. It had some kick! I am also looking forward to trying smoked gouda at some point. No matter what cheese, this is one of my favorites! This was originally a Pioneer Woman recipe.
I found this somewhere in the expanse that is Pinterest, and it seemed like a good idea…although ground chicken is sometimes kind of weird. But this was pretty good, and a generous portion as well. It fit with the leaner proteins for the 21 Day Fix, and was a good use for a jar of my tomato sauce from our garden this past summer.