Cocktail sausages and refrigerated crescent rolls are the only two ingredients needed for this mini Pigs in a Blanket recipe. During football season we call these “Pigskins in a Blanket” for a fun tailgating snack!
A rich and tender pumpkin cake with a thin layer of brown butter icing poured over the warm cake right from the oven! This pumpkin spice sheet cake is a fall favorite and feeds many people!
Easy dinner tonight using only one pan with this Sheet Pan Kielbasa and Vegetables recipe. Roasted links and your choice of vegetables on one large cooking tray – lined with foil for easy clean up!
These Cinnamon Swirl Football Cookies are a fun tailgate food and a treat for your kids on game day. Use a refrigerated pie crust dough for a simple recipe.
This super easy cheesy bacon ranch “Crack” Dip combines simple ingredients for an irresistible dip! This 5-minute Crack Dip recipe is great with crackers, pretzels, veggies, chips, etc. Everyone needs this dip recipe in their collection, if it’s not already there.
This Southwest Black Bean Quinoa is the perfect Tex-Mex side dish easily prepared for serving warm or as a cold salad. Use in taco bowls or a side dish for tacos!
Dirty only one bowl and use yellow cake mix to make these easy chocolate cookies with M&M’s, sprinkles and chocolate chips. Simple steps mean your kids will enjoy baking these with you!
These Sausage Egg Muffins are full of flavor and easy to throw together. Eat right away or freeze for a quick and convenient Whole30 approved breakfast.
These soft and chewy Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars are great warm out of the oven or grab a square when cooled! A quick way to do chocolate chip cookies – bake dough pressed in a pan and cut into squares!
These Whole30 compliant sausage balls can keep in the freezer for a quick and easy breakfast!
This homemade sage breakfast sausage recipe helped us through our Whole30 compliant diet a few months ago, and we still make it weekly! My kids love it, too!
Our new DIY custom-made entry table is made of walnut and adds a warming place of invitation to our foyer.
Need a fruit dish idea for your winter gathering? This Winter Fruit Salad is a nice seasonal option using kiwi, mandarins, apples, pomegranates and pears glazed with a refreshing honey-lemon poppy seed dressing.
This simple and tasty baked ham recipe with a homemade brown sugar pineapple glaze will have your holiday guests asking you to make it again for them every year!
If you’re looking for the easiest Thanksgiving appetizer, look no further than this Salted Caramel Apple Dip. It’s an amazing fall snack that you can quickly put together to impress your guests.
When our son turned 6, we threw him a Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare birthday party. With Halloween approaching, I thought it’d be appropriate to share these PvZ party ideas for you!
Save your pumpkin seeds and toast them in the oven for a healthy crunchy snack. Your kids will love these roasted pumpkin seeds, too!
This 5-minute Million Dollar Dip uses only 5 simple ingredients and is the most addicting dip ever! Another fast and easy dip for any party, this million dollar dip recipe will make you feel like a million bucks when your friends keep complimenting you on how good it is! Super delicious and easy wins the…
This cheesy cold corn dip is a favorite party dip served with Fritos Scoops for football tailgating season. After the NBA playoffs finish in June, Ben starts counting down the days until football season starts. It’s finally here! This means good friends, good beer, and good party dips! We love a good cheesy corn dip…
These double chocolate mini muffins with rainbow sprinkles were inspired by Entenmann’s Little Bites Chocolate Party Cakes but are healthier and homemade! It’s back to school time and breakfast needs to be convenient. My youngest child, Simon, loves anything chocolate for breakfast. On the other hand, my oldest will choose a healthier breakfast. Oatmeal with…
My older sister and I hosted a Disney bridal shower for our baby sister. All of the ideas are simple enough to pull this off within a day or two (like we did)! It turned out super cute with the themed food we served. There are no particular recipes, except for two — which I’ll…