Archive of ‘Party Food’ category

Serve it :: Cantaloupe, Prosciutto, Basil + Mozzarella Salad

Cantaloupe, Prosciutto, Basil and Mozzarella Salad
Remember those cantaloupe + prosciutto appetizers I shared a couple of weeks ago? Well, I had some ingredients left over and sort of made this salad by accident. It’s full of flavor, really fresh, and so unique that it feels like a treat. Make it for yourself, or increase the ingredient portions and make a batch for a crowd. I think you’ll impress your guests for sure!

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The Simplest Easter Treats Ever

This post is sponsored Philadelphia Cream Cheese.

Easter is a couple of weeks away and we have a tradition of putting on a big Eggstravaganza at a local park. Big crowd, lots of kids, games, egg hunt … and, of course, treats! Oh, the treats.

This year I was thinking of easy recipes for kids that were both easy to make (my daughter loves making Easter treats–check out her Easter candy bark from last year), and easy to eat while running around at the park.

And then it hit me –graham cracker and frosting sandwiches! When I was a kid, my mom used to make these when she had leftover frosting. They are the simplest things ever but just so yummy. No kid can resist (even the grown up kinds).

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I started by making a batch of cream cheese frosting. The rich flavor of the Philadelphia Cream Cheese makes this simple dessert feel like a real treat. And since this is an Easter dessert, I chose three bright colors to mix in.

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Once your frosting is made, all you have to do is spread it on one side of a graham cracker and then sandwich it with another. It is THAT simple.

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Sprinkled Donuts with Cream Cheese Glaze

 

This post is sponsored Philadelphia Cream Cheese.

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I just got my first donut pan. I know, where have I been, right? I couldn’t wait to test it out and as I began dreaming up all the different types of donut recipes I could make, I kept coming back to one of my favorites –sprinkled cake donuts.

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Serve It :: Cantaloupe & Prosciutto Small Bites

This post is sponsored by Kellogg’s, all thoughts are my own.
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Last week I hosted a few girlfriends over for what we called a #girlboss session. I shared my inspiration board for the night which included a few really simple ideas. Since the point of the night was to gather for some productive creative business brainstorming … there was no reason (or time!) to fuss over over-the-top details.
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I made really, really simple small bites the gals could grab throughout the evening. And although they were really easy to make, they were very flavorful. Proof, that it doesn’t need to be fussy to be impressive. These Cantaloupe & Prosciutto Small Bites were a huge hit (recipe at end of the post).
Townhouse13Since the point of the evening was to brainstorm creative business ideas, notebooks and pencils were a must. I set out the pretty supplies with the tray of small bites and some fresh Meyer lemon + mint water carafes.

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Serve It :: Valentine’s Day Breakfast in Bed

breakfast in bed ideasThe fact that Valentine’s Day lands on a weekend this year makes it the perfect occasion to serve breakfast in bed. Whether it’s for that special someone or your kiddos, I think bringing in a beautiful spread like this will make anyone feel super loved. The great thing is, this might look really fancy but it is super, super simple to make. If you’re looking for thoughtful breakfast in bed ideas, this is for you.

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Cheesy Spinach + Chicken Sliders

chicken sliders for a partyWhat is it about the Academy Awards that get me dreaming up delicious party food and festive drinks? I’ve circled February 22nd on my calendar (with a gold pen of course) and plan to serve these flavorful and Cheesy Spinach + Chicken Sliders.

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