Monthly Archives: November 2013

Sausage-Stuffed Piglet Buns by Caroline Zhang

Sausage-Stuffed Piglet Buns by Caroline ZhangLove cute food…love all things mini, colorful, and decorated. Yup, you are hop on the right place, these sausage-stuffed rolls in the shape of pigs from pass the cocoa definitely fit the definition of cute food. They’re also fun to make and delicious, and they’ll definitely be a hit with little kids who like to play with their food. Or not-so little kids 😉

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Avocado Hummus by Georgia Johnson

Avocado Hummus by Georgia Johnson

While the notion of combining avocado with hummus is not revolutionary, I was compelled to keep one from the moment I saw the recipe from the comfort of cooking. No but really… This avocado hummus is delicious. And I know I say that a lot, but I really rilly like this one. In other related news, why are avocados so expensive? I get that they’re delicious, buttery, fatty (in a healthy way!), pretty, and again, delicious. So, If you are already a avocado and hummus lover, I have no doubt that this variation of hummus will hit the spot!

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Creamy Bacon Parmesan Dip by Karly

Creamy Bacon Parmesan Dip by Karly Looking for a quick appetizer to whip up while the turkey is roasting this Thanksgiving? Creamy Bacon Dip from Buns in my oven is a fabulous and easy appetizer and is always a hit. Makes your taste buds go crazy! Seriously…easy, tasty, and only gets better the longer you let it sit in the fridge. Serve it with thick cut potato chips, taco chips or serve warm with your choice of crackers.Definitely give it a try this holiday season!

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S’mores Dip by Alyssa

S’mores Dip by Alyssa

S’mores in dip form. A dessert DIP.  As quick as kids jump off the bus after school, this marshmallowy dip from the recipe critic mixes together in the microwave. All the great taste of real S’mores but without the campfire!
The dip itself tastes just like the inside of a s’more, and when you dip graham crackers into it, it will make you feel like you’re sitting outside around the campfire. Best of all, it only takes about 5 minutes to make. Enjoy! 🙂

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Christmas Tree Cheese Board

Christmas Tree Cheese Board

Several days ago, during one of my blog-hopping around the internet, I came across at amazing article at Kraft What’s CookingThere’s nothing cheesy about it: this Christmas tree made of cheese cubes makes a charming impression.  When the crowd arrives for holiday revelry, wow them with this wonderful Christmas tree cheese board made from different flavored cheese cubes.
If there are any leftovers, you can make cheese omelets or a mini-fondue.

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