Ok, who’s already shocked by the photo?! Where’s the sugar, frosting, and sprinkles?! This week I’m finally getting around to posting about some of my favorite fancy-looking appetizers and even though they aren’t a dessert, they are a favorite and had to be shared. This cute crunchy cups from Renae Chiovaro are stuffed with a cheesy Johnsonville Italian Sausage filling that kids of all ages enjoy.They are perfect for game night, new years, baby showers, birthday parties, ladies night, product shows..just about anywhere.
Look, Ma! Veggies!
Making side dishes each and every night sounds pretty exhausting, but there is a one pot meal wonder. Less dishes, less recipes, less steps. So if you like broccoli, then I think you will love this Cheesy, creamy, slightly nutritious dish from Iowa Girl. A perfect side for fish or chicken or enjoy it as a main meal.
Halloween over…on to Thanksgiving! Wouldn’t these teepee cupcakes be adorable to have at Thanksgiving for the kiddos?? Plus they can help make them too and have unique and tasty way to teach about the history of the Pilgrims and Indians for your Thanksgiving party. I love creative people. I love it even better when creative people are willing to share their “how tos” for the rest of us to try like Christie from Sties thoughts do. The only thing more fun than making them with your kids is eating them. Happy Thanksgiving!
We’re meat-eaters. Heathen meat-eaters.
The zucchini is soft and juicy, dressed up in your veggies becomes a healthy alternative to fried mozzarella sticks on your party table, and one thing more you won’t miss the meat. I promise. Plus, your wallet will equally be as happy as your bellies. Variations of this recipe are all over the Internet, however, Elle recipe from Nutritionella take this to a whole new level of crispy-from-the-oven goodness.
Okay. Here’s the situation:
You know when you go to a Mexican restaurant and they give you one of those little bottles FULL of extra salsa? Y’all know the kind of salsa I’m talking about, right? The smooth kind. Those are my favorites. Because seriously, a little tiny bowl of salsa for a table full of people is just never going to be enough,it’s just not. There’s a lot of bad salsa out there, but this restaurant style salsa by Kim from Serving up Southern is one of my favorite recipes, though. Salsa…it just brings it out in me.