Whether you’re cheering on your favorite team from the stadium or “homegating” from the couch, delicious food is an essential element of game day fun. Finger foods are an especially great option as they are simple to make while still packing a lot of flavor into just one or two bites. Plus, they’re easy to enjoy while scoping out the competition. If you’re seeking inspiration for your next big game day, consider these delicious and simple-to-make seafood snacks:
Cozy up with the Stash Teas on chilly days, like with this tasty Maple Apple Cider Tea Latte made from a smooth rooibos tea, cinnamon and the natural flavors of tart fresh apple, sweetened with a hint of maple syrup flavor.
Fall is here! And around here that means SOUP!! This Grilled Chicken Tortilla Soup is zesty and tastes amazing on a chilly autumn evening. While the ingredients I have posted here are the way I like to make it; I’ll give you some ideas on what you can change up if you want options. A great side to this soup is Grilled Cornbread, the flavor profiles go great together as do the textures.
School supplies are in the store aisles and parents are checking to see what their kids have outgrown for the fall and winter… but summer isn’t over yet! Fire up the grill this weekend and delight in this delicious treat. Chocolate and marshmallows in ice cream sandwiches .. Oh My!
On a warm summer evening or in the sunshine by the pool, a fruity boozy cocktail is so tasty. And making them at home can often be a tall order. The Hard Seltzer Cocktail Book by Casie Vogel, has 55 “unofficial recipes” for branded hard seltzers — which include White Claw® Slushies, Truly® Mixers, and more Spiked-Seltzer Drinks.
Yes, another lemon flavored recipe! It’s what happens when you purchase a lemon and you don’t want to waste it, LOL! We’re trying to make little steps in healthier eating and I’ve switched to whole wheat bread with no complaints from the others around here. So I made these Cranberry Lemon Muffins with a mix of regular and whole wheat flour and no one seemed to mind.
The base for these Lemon Ricotta Scones is a basic scone, so if you have a scone recipe you love use the alternate ingredients here to adapt it to your tastes. You can place unbaked scones in a freezer container with parchment paper for up to 30 days too, so make a double batch and freeze some for a couple of weeks down the road.