Category Archives: Food and Recipes

Dilly Pretzels and Veggie Dip

Dilly Pretzels and Veggie Dip @ NancyC

If you’re looking for a new snack to try, these Dilly Pretzels and Veggie Dip recipes are just the thing! They’re both so easy to make—the pretzels are coated with a mix of herbs, seasonings, and Ranch dressing mix (how could that not be good?!)—and the dip is a savory mix of mayo, sour cream, herbs, and dried onion flakes. The pretzels are great on their own, but if you love dips (which I do), they’re really good with this veggie dip! You can also serve the dip with fresh veggies or potato chips, so it’s pretty versatile!

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Zesty Potato Spears

If you’re looking for a new way to fix potatoes, this is a good recipe to try! I found this at MyFoodandFamily.com and happened to have just the right amount of potatoes to make it. These Zesty Potato Spears are made with both white and sweet potatoes, but if you only have white potatoes on hand, you can make it with just those.

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Chocolate Chip Chocolate Syrup Brownies

Awhile ago, I bought an old cookbook from the ’70s at a flea market and found several recipes tucked inside it that had been clipped from newspapers and magazines. And there was an old recipe card, too–for Chocolate Syrup Brownies. Since I already had some chocolate syrup in my fridge, I decided these brownies would be the perfect recipe to try out first. There was a little note on the recipe card that said these brownies had a mild chocolate flavor, so I thought I’d up the chocolate flavor a bit by adding some mini semi-sweet chocolate chips to the batter! Continue reading

Upside Down Pizza

Easy meal ideas are great in the warm weather months when you don’t want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen! This Upside Down Pizza recipe is easy to prepare and you can even cook your ground beef or sausage and chop up some of the topping ingredients ahead of time to speed up the prep work! Continue reading

Patriotic Mini Ice Cream Sandwiches

For a fun red, white, and blue dessert, make these Patriotic Ice Cream Sandwiches! They’re super easy to make, and they come together in minutes (you should freeze them for about an hour, though, before serving)! They’re so fun and colorful, and all you need to make them are store-bought mini ice cream sandwiches and some red, white, and blue sprinkles—how easy is that?! It’s a great treat for kids, but everyone will enjoy these!

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