We’re a couple weeks into the school year and our house is already buzzing with after-school activities, sports, and jam-packed weekends. This means I have less time to be in the kitchen preparing meals and weekend snack –but that doesn’t mean I still don’t want to serve memorable food. To make it all work, I try to plan quicker meals and get the family to help out in the prep and cooking. This weekend, we all pitched in and made these DELICIOUS chicken and waffle sliders! The chicken and waffle craze is totally legit.
These two-bite chicken and waffle sliders are so easy to make and are perfect to serve a crowd. Use waffle fries for a fun twist on the traditional. were bursting with flavor and a mini meal that we all enjoyed. We used tomatoes and jalapeños growing in our garden which added a nice fresh flavor. Alexia Seasoned Waffle Cut Fries sandwiched slices of breaded chicken, topped with a maple-mayo (don’t skip this part!), fresh tomato, and a slice of jalapeño (which added just the perfect amount of spice). (more…)
It’s not unusual that I get a weird idea and then head to the kitchen. That’s exactly how this chocolate bark assembly began. I thought … hmmmm what if I made a salty-sweet bark and tossed in some candied pineapple for good measure. Heck, why not?!
Here are the goods to make the chocolate bark :: Chocolate and white chocolate melts, candied pineapples, pretzel sticks, and white sprinkles (not pictured)
Summer is winding down but it’s still extremely hot here in Southern California (it was 115 yesterday …yeah, it’s H-O-T). Even though the temperature might not reflect it, summer is coming to an end –but I’m not ready to completely let these lazy summer days go. I’m holding on a little bit longer while sipping this Seagram’s Escapes watermelon cocktail!
This is the last weekend before school is in full swing for both of our girls, so we set up for light and refreshing pre-dinner sips & salads this weekend (just for us grown ups). There’s no flavor that screams “summer” more than watermelon (am I right)?! That’s why this cocktail is the perfect one for your summer send off sipping enjoyment (now say that three times fast!).
Lately, my cravings for all types of popsicles seems to be growing stronger. I’m going to go ahead and blame it on all the delicious popsicle recipes I’ve been spotting on Pinterest. I love that you can combine so many different flavors when experimenting with recipes. Layering different types of juices when making them creates a fun and interesting treat –and you can get creative with flavors AND colors. Check out these striped juice popsicles.
I’ve been dreaming up my next summer party and of course my mind goes to all the great cocktails I could make. Last week I shared this Pomegranate + Raspberry Champagne Float and my mind keeps going back to frosty cool drinks (it must be the hot weather!).
This new recipe will be perfect for your next patio or pool party because it will keep you icy-cool!
I get really happy when summer rolls around and have been known to find reasons to entertain just so I could create a fun, refreshing cocktail. So when PAMA asked if I wanted to collaborate and create a summer cocktail I jumped at the chance.
I had never used pomegranate liqueur before but it will be one of my go-to’s from now on. It has a sweet, yet tart taste and a great ruby color. PAMA is made with all-natural pomegranate juice, premium vodka and a touch of imported tequila.