Posts Tagged ‘recipes’

Ice Cream Cone (Just Add Sprinkles!)

Ice Cream Cone with SprinklesI scream, you scream …. right? It might not be summer (where you live), but around these parts we are always in the mood for a scoop (or two!) on an ice cream cone.

My pantry always seems to have an excessive amount of both chocolate and sprinkles left over from holiday baking, so when this idea came to me it seemed like the perfect way to use them up. These sprinkle-dipped cones were easy to make and a huge hit with my family. Feel free to make these cones ahead of time and store them until you’re ready to use. 

Ice Cream Cone | Add Sprinkles

 

Sprinkle-Dipped Ice Cream Cones

Ingredients

12 ice cream cones
1 pound melting chocolate
1 cup of your favorite sprinkles

To make: Melt chocolate as directed on package. Once melted, dip the rim of the ice cream cone in chocolate and then immediately into the bowl of sprinkles. Lay the cone on wax paper until the chocolate dries and hardens. Serve by scooping ice cream into cone.

Recipe originally created for SC Johnson Family where I am a guest blogger. See it here.

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Serve It :: Superbowl Food Ideas

Ready for the big game? If not, no worries — I’ve got you covered.

TeamHQToday I’m excited to kick off a week of great game day ideas from a wonderful group of home entertaining experts. We’re sharing tips, ideas and recipes for celebrating the Super Bowl at home. Be sure to visit each link for great ideas!

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Super Bowl Food Ideas

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Host a beer tasting party :: Serve game day cheesecakes in cute mason jars :: Please guests with football whoopie pies (plus 10 more great recipes!) :: spice it up with these two dip recipes :: set up a sporty area for entertaining guests :: make it a soup-er bowl :: sip superbowl sangria

I hope your feeling inspired! Be sure to follow along for more tips on Twitter and Instagram using hashtag #HostessHQ we’ll be posting tips and ideas all week!

You might also want to add these to your menu: bacon beer cheese dip, jalapeno cheese bread and chili cheese twists. You’re welcome, enjoy ;).

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Serve it :: Bacon Beer Cheese Dip

beer cheese dip

Looking for something warm, delicious and sure to please for game day? This bacon beer cheese dip will do the trick. Perfect to serve Superbowl Sunday (or anytime you want to impress your guests, really).

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The main players here: cream cheese, shredded cheddar cheese, a bottle of good beer, garlic powder, montreal steak seasoning, Kettle Brand chips (I used Salt & Fresh Ground Pepper), and …

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bacon. Cooked, chopped, amazing, bacon.

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This beer cheese dip is the perfect combo of creamy, cheesy, and a little crunchy (thanks to the bacon). The Kettle Brand chips are the perfect choice for dipping because they are a bit thicker than your typical chip and have a great balance of salt and pepper which goes great with the richness of this dip.

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Sip It :: Superbowl Sangria

white sangria recipe for superbowl

The big game is a week away, have you made your Superbowl menu? As far as beverages go, beer is a given (of course) but to be honest — I tire from beer quickly. I was thinking that with all that oh-so-good-but-bad-for-you food why not sip something a bit more on the lighter and refreshing side this year? Hence, Superbowl sangria. 

 sangria recipe

This white sangria recipe is full of bright flavors (think honeycrisp apples, oranges and lemons) and I LOVE the idea of pre-making and filling mason jars. On game day, just toss the jars into a bucket of ice and guests can grab and sip as they please.

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Serve it :: Lemon & Rosemary Cake

Lemon Yogurt Cake

Lemon desserts have not always been my favorite. In fact, I dislike most of them. But when I was looking into cakes to make that had savory flavors, this Lemon & Rosemary Cake recipe peaked my interest. It isn’t too “lemony” and the rosemary isn’t overpowering either. This cake is a well balanced marriage of flavors. Topped with a light lemon icing — this lemon yogurt cake was a winner. Definitely making this again!

Lemon Desserts

 

I served it to a crowd, and they all seemed to love it. Give it a try (no worries, it is really simple to make).

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