If you’re looking for an easy and adorable last-minute Halloween treat, these sweet pumpkin pretzels from butter with a side of bread will fit the bill! Aren’t they cute?! Couldn’t be easier either- melt chocolate, color orange, dunk pretzel. OK, there are a few more steps, but when the chocolate sets, the pretzels begin to look like Jack o Lanterns, which makes them even more perfect for Halloween. Instead of snacking on mini candy bars, try these pumpkin pretzels instead.
Queso fundido means “melted cheese”, and together with Mexican-style chorizo sausage makes a topping on the best plate of nachos you’ve ever had. It’s a Mexican specialty originally, but it’s so good that variations of this dish have migrated to the south and north.
Serve queso fundido with corn chips, tortillas, or thin slices of French bread.
Have you ever fry a sweet potato. If you do, sure know the result, it’s crispier than the crispiest thing in crispyland
Several days ago, during one of my blog-hopping around the internet, I came across this amazing article at The Art of Doing Stuff, which outlines a way in which one can have the healthiness of oven-baked french fries, but the crispy texture of the deep-fried goodies. Follow me along and you, too, will be enlightened.
This quick and easy popcorn recipe from the yummy life puts a fall spin on a classic snack. Mix up some autumn-spiced popcorn the next time you want a unique snack for a Sunday football games, Halloween parties, movie nights, or just an ordinary fall afternoon.