Savory Baked Breakfast Sliders
Nothing hits the breakfast spot quite like a pan of these warm and buttery King’s Hawaiian rolls stuffed with melty cheddar, ham, spinach, and diced sweet bell peppers. This will be a back-pocket recipe for years to come, we promise.
Lemon Crumble Breakfast Cake
Cake for breakfast? Um yes, please! This delicate, crumbly treat is as delicious to look at as it is to taste.
Healthy Overnight Oats
Oatmeal might not be found on a fancy weekend brunch spread, but it does make for a quick, healthy, and filling breakfast option for busy weekday mornings. These two make-ahead, delicious overnight oat recipes will put an end to mornings of skipping breakfast, as you can just grab-and-go from the fridge.
Sweet Summer Corn Salad with Lime
Corn on the cob has long been a summer staple, but this corn off the cob recipe adds a new tasty twist to an old favorite. The bursting sweetness of the fresh corn tossed with melty, buttery lime and the tang of feta and fresh cilantro will have your guests seeing fireworks long before the show starts.
Stars and Stripes Sangria
With apple stars and fresh berries, this drink recipe is as patriotic as it is whimsical and delicious. It can also be made sans alcohol for a fruity, kid-friendly beverage.
Mini Mason Jar Lid Strawberry Pies
The list of crafty and cute uses for Mason jars is never-ending; who knew they could also be used as mini pie-baking pans! Get ready to sing “bye, bye Miss American Pie” to these little cuties — they won’t last long.
Key Lime Pie Cheesecake Dip
With a fresh citrus tingle and rich creamy texture, this might be the king of all dips — it’s honestly that delicious.
Getting children to eat a healthy snack has never been so easy; one taste and they’ll be saying I can’t believe it’s not icing.
Buffalo Chicken Dip
This addicting dip packs just the right amount of heat, perfect for eating in between pool dives to cool off.
Ranch-free Veggie Dip
Because ranch dip for veggies can get a little boring, this delicious recipe adds a nice tangy twist (and less fat, too).
Mixing rice, vegetables, fish, and other proteins can be tricky, but don’t let a little intimidation keep you from creating homemade sushi rolls.
Fresh Squeezed Strawberry Lemonade
Nothing complements a picnic meal quite like a cool and refreshing pitcher of homemade lemonade.
Caprese Salad Skewers
These little salad skewers are the best kind of snack; they look incredibly fancy but are nearly effortless to prepare.
Gourmet Picnic Sandwich
Any sandwich will work on a picnic, but this one will make you and your picnic guests feel extra fancy.
No-bake Blueberry Cheesecake Jars
This recipe is a little bit involved, but it looks and tastes so good you won’t regret the effort.
Pepperoni Pizza Puffs
Mini pizzas are always a win, no matter what. After the party, this can also be a go-to recipe for after-school snacks for the kiddos.
Ultimate Party Dip
This dip is so delicious, you might eat the whole thing yourself before your guests even arrive.
Cream Cheese Cookies
This recipe makes the softest, gooiest, most addicting cookies. There’s no way your guests will be able to eat just one!
The Queen’s Grilled Cheese
This is hands down the greatest grilled cheese you will ever have. Prepare yourself.
Creamy Chicken and Wild Rice Soup
A warm, creamy pot of chicken soup in the winter is the perfect complement to a romantic night of Netflix binging.
Blue Cheese Mac and Cheese
Mac and cheese is no longer just for the children.
This is an incredibly easy and lean alternative to the carbs and calories found in regular wheat spaghetti with ground beef — and the taste is shockingly delicious, even for picky eaters. But the best part of this meal is the spaghetti squash husk can act as its own bowl, cutting down on the amount of dishes to wash.
Pesto Chicken and Veggies
Chicken and vegetables always makes a healthy, protein-packed meal. With the added appeal of pesto and bright, sweet cherry tomatoes, you might want to meal prep this one for the entire week.
Kale, Quinoa and White Bean Soup
This soup is packed with all kinds of cleansing nutrients, and it’s also completely vegan (although chicken may be added if desired).
The word “wassail” comes from the Anglo-Saxon phrase waes hael, which translates to “good health.” Nothing will make a holiday gathering feel more inviting than a bowl of this warm, traditional drink.
Braided Bread Loaf
This dish is as beautiful as it is delicious; it will steal the spotlight on any table.
Santa’s Chocolate Chip Cookies
Chocolate chip cookies are a must during the holidays. Whether you bake them for an event or leave them out for Santa, this easy recipe tastes like the magic of Christmas all wrapped up in a cookie.
Leftover Ham Sliders
A perfect way to eat the same meal in a new, delicious way (a real crowd-pleaser for picky children).
Chelsi’s Chicken Potpie
If you hate all the work and hassle it takes to prepare a turkey, just make a couple of these irresistible chicken potpies for your centerpiece, substituting in ground turkey or deli-bought turkey for the chicken.
Parmesan Sweet Potatoes
Shake up the tradition of marshmallow sweet potatoes with these baked goodies lathered up with enough parmesan, spices and butter to have your friends and family shoving each other to get a second helping.
Jalapeno Popper Mummies
These little guys are as cute as they are delicious. They aren’t as difficult as you might think, but do allow for about 30 minutes of prep time, not including baking time.
Caramel Apple Nachos
Nachos with a sweet, Halloween twist. These will go quickly, trust us!
Hocus Pocus Punch
With only three ingredients, this festive punch is so easy and tasty, you might just decide to drink it all year round.
Magic Bean Dip
You may think you’ve had great bean dip in the past, but if it wasn’t Magic Bean Dip then you’ve never properly snacked. Chips and dip are the Mecca of football snacking, so utilize this recipe as your back pocket ace to wow party guests.
Sweet and Salty Mix
Nothing takes care of the stress-crunching football munchies like a good sweet and salty mix. You might as well pre-make some recipe cards to hand out at the party, as your guests will be raving to know what makes it so delicious.
Crockpot Chicken Sliders
Sliders go with game days like peanut butter goes with jelly, and this recipe is so easy. The chicken will spend 4-7 hours slow cooking in a crockpot, giving you time to do two things at once.
Birthday Cake Batter Pops
These eye-catching sweet treats will be a major crowd pleaser at any outside event or birthday celebration.
Who says you have to pay $5 for an afternoon caffeine boost? Here’s a delicious popsicle to replace your Frappuccino addiction and save you some money.
Blueberry Lemon Cupcakes
A cool spritz of citrus is always more than welcome when it’s hot outside, so try your hand at these blueberry lemon curd-filled cupcakes with a light and fluffy mascarpone icing.
Having the proper snacks can enhance any get together, whether it’s a birthday celebration, a barbecue, or just casually hosting friends. Wash down the grub with an icy glass of fresh-squeezed lemonade infused with lavender.