Creamy chili cheese dip is baked in the middle of a ring of tasty pigs in a blanket– for an irresistibly easy party appetizer. Have your team kick things off with this CHILI CHEESE DOG PULL-APART DIP while you wait for the big game to begin.
A quick and easy dip that features gourmet flavor on the tightest of budgets or timetables– this creamy, cheesy Parmesan Shrimp Dip Bread Bowl is a must have yummy appetizer at your next gathering.
Crusty balls of pizza dough, filled with melted mozzarella cheese and sliced pepperoni– this Pepperoni Pizza Pull Apart Bread is my new definition of happiness. Indulge yourself and treat your guests with this fun Game Day appetizer.
The holiday season is once again upon us. Embrace it and share a meaningful moment, a smile, or a hearty chuckle with family and friends at the dessert table this year. Tart cranberries are creamed with cream cheese, swirled with honey and a hint of cinnamon for a fun and festive new way to enjoy the classic berry. Finished off with fresh, candied pecans this Creamy Cranberry Dip with Candied Pecans is sure to bring a smile to anyone it meets.
Beer, Bacon, and Cheese are standard fare at almost any viewing party, but get your game faces on and get in the zone with this epic dip that combines them all into one fantastic appetizer. It’s sure to be the MVP of your spread. Thick and creamy, topped with freshly shredded melted cheese and extra crispy bacon crumbles, you won’t want to miss out on this Bacon Beer Cheese Dip.
Have you ever had white barbecue sauce? In the South most people will tell you once you’ve had this version, you won’t want to go back to the red-style again. White Barbecue Sauce is creamy with a mildly spicy kick and makes a great dipping sauce as well as a baste for grilled chicken.
Did you know there’s a right and a wrong way to peel bananas? I did not. There I was in my happy little banana-lovin’ world, just peeling them from the stem. And you know the peel I’m talking about … that long, slow sexy peel where you’re ogling it and making eyes and your brain is filled with visions of sugared banana and just how darn good it’s going to taste in your big bowl of honey flavored cereal. Yeah, that look. And in pops a kid, “Mom, you know you’re doing that wrong, right?”
Pimento cheese is an undeniably Southern tradition. And I’d argue up there with some of the tastiest! You can’t tell its one my favorites, can you? Usually, it spends its time as a favored sandwich spread, but we crazy kids below the Mason Dixon line have been known to shake things up from time to time. Instead of going the typical route, we’ve gone and ‘spiced’ things up a bit. Pun totally intended!
The holidays can be such a chaotic time with all the activities, shoot sometimes I get sensory overload from all the bright lights alone. And planning, hosting, and delivering on family parties and potluck a is often no exception, so when I came across a recipe that simply doused a block of plain old cream cheese in caramel sauce, I knew it was perfect. (And not just because I can never get enough cream cheese; you know my feelings about cheesecake and dips.). When in doubt keep it simple. This is going to be my new go-to party spread.
It’s that time of year again. No, not the one where the world’s dressed in white and everything you hear sounds like Christmas. The one before that. The one that starts right after Labor Day. The one that is harkened by different shades of purple, orange, and black. The one with candy, fruit, and gourds a plenty. Don’t be surprised to see a lot of posts featuring apples and
Even when it’s not Apple-picking season at our local orchard, we go through *at least* 10 lbs in a regular month. It’s one of the sons’ go to after school snacks. Pair it with a scoop of peanut butter, and they’re in heaven. BUT serve them with this dip? And you’re both going to be feeling great, because A. It’s delicious, and B. You know that it’s as nutritious as it is yummy.
The Best Ever, Healthy Peanut Butter Dip
Peanut Butter (we prefer using homemade, organic, or an all natural style since they’re of a thinner consistency)
- Mix together 1 part peanut butter, 1 part Greek yogurt, and 1/2 part honey, stirring until smooth and the dip’s a uniform consistency. Serve with sliced apples for dipping. The sons like apples, pretzels, and grapes with this dip. It can be stored in the fridge in an airtight container for up to two weeks, just give it a good stir before serving as some separation is bound to happen.