With today’s Mac and Cheese Bites recipe I wanted to combine a few Thanksgiving traditions: watching some football and a good mac and cheese. This recipe is perfect for pre a pre Thanksgiving dinner snack that football watchers at your house can grab and take to the couch and enjoy as they are watching the game. No plates or silverware required. It’s the perfect game watching finger food that is also one of my favorite (Thanksgiving or otherwise) comfort foods.
If you are looking for great ways to incorporate your team into a tailgate party or homegate one of the easiest ways to do so is by incorporating your team’s colors. With the addition of colored candy melts, puppy chow can be tailored to go with whatever your team’s colors are for the perfect game day treat!
I recently had a Texans game watch party and I wanted to combine one of my pregnancy cravings, rice crispy treats, with a little team spirit. For my party I created these super easy Texans Football Jersey Rice Crispy Treats that you can tailor to fit whatever team you love with a few simple steps.
I love Mother’s Day! This will be my second year to celebrate as a mom and I have to say it’s one of my favorite holidays. Not matter what your Mother’s Day traditions are, whether you are a mom or you have a mom, I’d like to offer up this recipe for Crock Pot French Toast that you let cook overnight and then, presto! You wake up in the morning and the slow cooker has done all the work!
This time of year is the perfect time to be outside. We are right in that sweet spot where it’s not too hot and it’s not too cold. It’s not quite time to come to terms with having to don a swimsuit but just the right time to join your friends at a local festival. With being in the thick of March Madness this time of year also means gatherings around the grill. Here’s what happened when this girl met the grill.