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Veggie Calzones, these are nice because you can personalize them any way you like and they are fun to make!
Biscoff Pretzel Bites dipped in white chocolate and garnished with sprinkles!
Fruit Salsa made with pear, raspberries and plum and mixed with red onion, a squirt of lime, a dollop of honey and a sprinkling of cilantro.
Ham and Havarti Panini with Jalapeno Butter, a tasty way to use up leftover ham from Easter!
Peeps S’mores, a twist on the classic s'more.
Ice Cream Sandwiches with Candied Bacon, you can use mini chips instead of bacon too. But you've got to try the candied bacon!
Pretzel Dogs, serve with mustard, nacho cheese sauce or even, gasp, ketchup!
Meyer Lemon Tart, what better way to end the work week than with a dessert that’s refreshing, slightly tart, sweet and lemon-licious?
Shamrock Shakes, these taste just as good as McDonald’s but take less time to make then waiting at the drive-thru!
Pretzel Bites, people will be fighting over these! Create your own favorites. We made salted, asiago cheese, and cinnamon and sugar bites.
Carrot and Ginger Salad Dressing
These are one of the easiest things we have ever made. Scallops do not need any overpowering sauce, just a little wine and lemon juice.
If you’re looking for a traditional Italian dessert this is a great one to try. They’re crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside.
Lobster Bisque: This is a great recipe to make for Valentine’s Day!
Risotto Primavera with 3 times the amount of vegetables as uncooked rice, no cream, and a very minimal amount of cheese! Yum!
Antipasto Skewers, switch up the ingredients to suit your tastes and bring them to the next party you attend!
Grilled Pear, Brie & Honey Crostini, this is a simple and tasty appetizer or snack that tastes amazing!
The idea of a brown sugar cookie sounded great to me already, but add the browned butter aspect and I was immediately sold.
These are the best donuts I have ever made and it gives me the opportunity to use my mini donut pan! Super adorable, and they taste great.
Italian Wedding Soup, I love soup when it’s cold outside and this is one I’d definitely make again. Delicious broth and lots of meat!
Chicken Vesuvio Sandwiches, this is a perfect recipe to make ahead if you are having a dinner party.
Caramel Chocolate Pretzel Bark: The pretzels give it a salty base, the caramel layer is sweet and crunchy and chocolate is my life.
Linguine with Broccoli, If you are looking for a quick weeknight meal that does not use 10 different pots, then give this a try.
I've never had acorn squash like this before, but I loved it! The brown sugar and cranberries were right up my alley.
Twice Baked Sweet Potatoes, go ahead and add it to your Thanksgiving menu!
Spinach Pesto and Mozzarella Panini: They are crispy and cheesy and buttery and the spinach pesto seriously puts them over the top.
“Italian” Edamame: You really can’t go wrong with bread crumbs, oil, and cheese! I love the twist that the Italian ingredients give to this!
Baked Sweet Potato Fries: Who needs fried potatoes when baked ones taste this good?
Candy Corn Mousse Cups, if you are looking for a simple, yet cute Halloween dessert, this is it!
Spaghetti Squash with Garlic and Butter, the butter adds richness, the garlic adds flavor along with the parmesan, basil and parsley.
Butternut Squash Risotto: If you are looking for a nice fall side dish this is an excellent choice!
Chicken Pad Thai, restaurant quality for sure. Easy step-by-step photos with printable recipe.
Baked Potato Soup, because homemade soup is 1 million times better than canned soup. This is the ultimate comfort food.
Vanilla Cupcakes with Lemon Curd Filling & Lemon Buttercream Frosting. They're lemony and buttery and nothing short of perfect.