15 Mouthwatering Easy Recipes For Your Next Party

LOVE THESE IDEAS ~ 15 Mouthwatering Easy Recipes For Your Next Party!!

Bubble Pizza

One of the funnest parts of any party to me has always been the fun little appetizers. The only problem is, most of the time, this means a crudet plate or little smokies.

While I love both of these options, I really get a kick out of fancy appetizers,m as well. If you are planning a wedding cocktail hour, bridal shower, super bowl party or a New Year’s bash, here are 25 mouthwatering appetizer recipes for your next party to wow your guests.

Part casserole, part pizza, full on deliciousness. Heat your oven to 375 F, and bake for 15 to 25 minutes. Then sprinkle on more cheese and bake for 5 more minutes.

Steps To Cut Out Processed Foods

clean eating, as of today down 14 lbs, I cut out dairy, sugar and pop, I FEEL great!

Sometimes it’s good for our bodies to cut out processed foods every once in awhile. It’s easier to take small steps rather than doing it all at once. Here are some great tips by Lisa Leake to cut out processed foods in weeks.

Week one: Eat a minimum of two different fruits or vegetables (preferably organic) with every breakfast, lunch, and dinner meal.

Week two: Beverages will be limited to coffee, tea, water, and milk (only naturally sweetened with a little honey or 100% pure maple syrup)

Week three: All meat consumed this week will be locally raised and will be limited to 3-4 times per week

Week four: No fast food or any foods that have been deep-fried in oil.

Week five: Try a minimum of two new whole foods that you’ve never had before.

Week six: Do not eat any food products that are labeled as “low-fat,” “lite,” “light,” “reduced fat,” or “nonfat.”

Week seven: All grains consumed must be 100% whole-grain.

Week eight: Listen to your internal cues and stop eating when you feel full.

Week nine: No refined or artificial sweeteners.

Week ten: No refined or hydrogenated oil

Week eleven: Eat at least 1 locally grown or raised food at each meal.

Week twelve: Avoid all added sweeteners.

Week thirteen: Avoid any and all packaged food products that contain more than five ingredients no matter what ingredients

clean eating, as of today down 14 lbs, I cut out dairy, sugar and pop, I FEEL great!:

See more at https://colombod2.wordpress.com/2013/05/23/steps-to-cut-out-processed-foods/

what i made for monday-naughty donuts

easy to make cinnamon sugar donuts....definitely a MUST try!!! The kids would go crazy!

I apologize for what I am about to tell you and encourage you to do.I made Doug naughty, naughty donuts to take to work today.

Why are they naughty?  Because they are WAY too easy for the amount of amazing that they taste. Talk about melt in your mouth amazing and buttery and oh so sweet, sweet, heavenly goodness.They ARE GOOD.

You need canned biscuits (anything BUT the flakey layer kind).Melted butter in a shallow bowl (4 tbls per 8 biscuits give or take). Sugar & Cinnamon in a shallow bowl. Mixed together in your favorite proportions…I like a nice medium brown mixture.

easy to make cinnamon sugar donuts....definitely a MUST try!!! The kids would go crazy!:
Want to make some?

Kielbasa and Cabbage Skillet

Kielbasa and Cabbage Skillet..this is going to be my first WW recipe to try today!

It’s Sunday and I’m sitting here at 5:22am typing. But it’s really 4:22. Well, no. Now it’s really 5:22. Ah, Daylight Savings Time. I understand the reasoning behind it, but just like so many things in our constitution, for example, times have changed, and so should some traditions. That’s one thing Arizona got right.

In other news. Yay spring!

It will be nice to have some sunlight longer, especially with the kids’ sports activities. And I can start thinking about my garden again. Our tiny nectarine tree that we planted last year has a lot of blossoms on it right now *claps hands excitedly* … and maybe we’ll start to see some action on our avocado bush, although I’m not as hopeful.

Kielbasa and Cabbage Skillet..this is going to be my first WW recipe to try today!:

SOFT & CHEWY SNICKERDOODLE COOKIES

The only recipe for snickerdoodle cookies you will EVER need! These are the best! Recipe

If you are searching for the perfect cookie recipe, you found it!  These snickerdoodle cookies are thick, soft, chewy and absolutely delicious!!

I love cookies.  I really do.  But with this love comes high standards. I don’t want to eat just any old cookie.  Let’s be honest… any old cookie is just not worth the calories.  BUT when a cookie is perfect, there is not much better in life to me.

So what makes a cookie meet this so-called perfect standard?

It needs to be SOFT.

It needs to be CHEWY.

It needs to be THICK.

The only recipe for snickerdoodle cookies you will EVER need! These are the best! Recipe via thepinningmama.com:

I know there are crispy kind of cookie people out there, but I am not one of them.  To me the bigger, thicker, and softer that cookie is, the better! These chewy snickerdoodle cookies are all of the above.  As a matter of fact, they are so delicious that they can make me forget that they don’t even have chocolate in them, which is usually a dessert requirement for me. Because who needs chocolate when you have soft, thick, chewy cinamonny, perfection calling your name!  Grab a glass of milk and let’s get started.