Snacks

Quick & Easy Hummus Recipe

Quick and Easy Hummus Recipe

This quick and easy, better-than-store-bought hummus recipe takes under 15 minutes using canned chickpeas. Use it as a base to develop a hummus all your own! There’s no one way to make Hummus but this is the base I start with when I make it from scratch. I’ll sometimes add […]

Beer-Honey Roasted Chickpeas

Beer-Honey Roasted Chickpeas

These Beer-Honey Roasted Chickpeas are a simple snack to keep on hand for your next game night. They take about 45 minutes and would be a great alternative for anyone allergic to peanuts. I’ve flavored them with Beer-Honey, Paprika, Smoked Paprika, and Cumin but you can spice them any way […]

Pumpkin Spice Cookies

Pumpkin Spice Cookies

Is it Pumpkin-Spice-O’Clock yet? These Pumpkin Spice Cookies are a deliciously cozy treat for the fall weather. Now, let’s get past second-summer so we can enjoy these with a big glass of oat milk. Remember when I made Homemade Pumpkin Spice last week? While I await your Pumpkin Spice Treat […]

Chorizo Nachos

Chorizo Nachos

Do you really need a recipe for Chorizo Nachos? Prob not. How about making your own Nacho Cheese?? Read on for the cheesy deets and other helpful Nacho Assembly Tips (N.A.T.s). Tortilla Chips There are three types of chips you can use for Nachos. (1) The store bought, ready to […]

Pierogi

Pierogi

These pan fried potato, onion, and cheese Pierogi are one of the most satisfying recipes I’ve made recently. They’re great to have on the coffee table to snack on during the game. If you’re unsure about folding your own Pierogi check the video included in this post. I certainly have […]

Slow Roasted Garlic Wings

Slow Roasted Garlic Wings with Lemon, Honey, and Thyme

These Slow Roasted Garlic Wings with a Lemon, Honey, and Thyme Sauce might not be for everyone but I love them. Instead of game day fire mouth buffalo wings, these little guys are like mini bites of Whole Roasted Chicken. Fair warning right up front – this is a four […]

Hummus

Hummus

I’m here to tell you that if you’re going to make Hummus at home you MUST remove the skins. I was a doubter at first, and also very lazy. But I’ve done it folks. I’ve done it the hard way and I can tell you it’s worth the effort. I’ve […]

Homemade Fritos

Homemade Fritos

Homemade Fritos may be one of the easiest snack foods to make at home. All you need is Masa, Water, Corn Oil, and Salt. I found a handful of recipes online for homemade Fritos that had varying ingredients. One of the more popular ones even has egg whites. Then I […]

Roast Tomato, Garlic, and White Bean Spread

Roast Tomato, Garlic, and White Bean Spread

Here’s an easy Roast Tomato, Garlic, and White Bean Spread to make use of any left over in-season tomatoes you may have picked up this summer. Trust me, there’s no way around it, dried beans are better than canned! I generally try to use the freshest in-season ingredients whenever possible. […]

Raspberry Habanero Wings

Raspberry Habanero Wings

These Raspberry Habanero Wings are sweet, tart, spicy, heavenly, and addictive. I quickly threw this together with a bunch of left overs from other recipes. I’m thrilled to share the results with you! The frozen raspberries for this recipe came from my food share with Philly Foodworks. They were taking […]

Philly Cheesesteak Dip

Philly Cheesesteak Dip

This one pot Philly Cheesesteak Dip holds true to the traditional Philly Cheesesteak – thinly sliced ribeye, sautéed onions, and gooey yellow cheese. This dip stays dippable from Kickoff to Lombardi thanks to a secret ingredient. Feel free to improvise with peppers, mushrooms, or even ketchup in your dip. Go […]

Onion Rings

Onion Rings

Today’s recipe for Onion Rings is dedicated to Mike T. and Erica. Sorry guys, I don’t think these will make it til Wednesday! Being that I still had a pot of frying oil from the Korean Fred Cauliflower, I figured it was a good time to make these Onion Rings […]

Korean Fried Cauliflower – 2017 Game Day Snacks: Week 7 - Korean Fried Cauliflower

Korean Fried Cauliflower

I’ve been working on this Korean Fried Cauliflower recipe for a few months now. Fricken Nailed it! They’ve got a crisp, crunchy exterior, a slightly chewy interior, are just sweet and spicy enough with some bright acidic notes. This is a deceivingly simple recipe. You mix some things up for […]