This recipe is so easy! It takes 5 ingredients and about 15 minutes to put together. The hard part is waiting the hour to chill these before eating them. It’s the perfect treat for any gathering this autumn, from Halloween to Thanksgiving!
Don’t you just love the fruit of the Autumn harvest?! This Family Night lesson talks about another kind of fruit- the fruit of God’s love. Combine the two in a yummy snack-plus-Family Night combo that’s sure to be a hit with everyone.
I hate the mess of carving, but I love the tradition and love seeing what my kids come up with. Usually by the end of it all I’m too lazy to want to fuss with the seeds and I just throw them out. I never really loved pumpkin seeds, but thought it was only fair to roast some up for my kids and let them try them.
One of my favorite Halloween Time treats is the Mickey Mummy Crispy Treats. They are a seasonal treat offered during Halloween Time and can be found at the Candy Palace in Disneyland. Luckily, you can make a batch right at home with this copycat recipe, even if you aren’t planning on attending the frightful fun.
This General Tso’s Chicken has become a fast new favorite. And you can probably throw it together in an Instant Pot faster than you can pick up take-out. It’s tender, moist, flavorful, and has just a handful of ingredients–most of which are pantry staples. You can use thawed or frozen chicken thighs here and serve it over rice or in lettuce.
Looking for a way to use up the endless zucchini or summer squash from your garden? Make this decadent chocolate zucchini cake and share it with your neighbors, take it to a potluck, or have it ready for an after-school snack.
Whether you’re a football fan, or not, I’m guessing you’re a fan of appetizers and desserts. Am I right?!? I’m totally happy to forgo the main dish and dive into appetizers and desserts, so how could I not love tailgating food?? Yum!
If you have a football party in the works, this post is for you! Or, if you just like food… it’s for you too. 😉
Anyone else have tomatoes coming out of their ears?? This sauce is a perfect and delicious way to put them to good use! It freezes well, so make a double batch and freeze some for a quick dinner on another day or to have on hand when the days get cold and you need a tasty reminder of your late summer harvest.
Have you tried cooking hot dogs in a slow cooker? My family loved these chili dogs. And I like that everyone can customize them to their own taste. More chili, less cheese, no onions. You get the idea. All it took was a quick stop at Walmart and we were ready for a fun weeknight homegate party.
This friendship snack mix is a great activity to get the family together and talking about their favorite things. Check it out how Liz made all of her family’s different snacks work together for an after-school bite to eat!
This omelette is a great clean-out the fridge recipe that comes together in a snap. Use up those summer veggies in this dish, and enjoy the burst of flavor for the most important meal of the day.
We’ve got a great, no-added-sugar recipe for Orange Julius today on the blog! Enjoy a refreshing drink in the heat of summer and feel good about offering it to the kids.