Quick and easy appetizer! Similar to a Southern hush puppies but made with delicious real crab meat! This is really good served with a hot cheese dip or with tarter and cocktail sauce. My husband will stand by waiting for them to finish cooking to eat them right away.
These meatballs are a big hit with my extended family. I have also brought them to work and school functions.
Fresh green beans blanched, then deep-fried to a golden crispness that nobody could resist. Best served with ranch dressing.
This is simple snack that is fun to make with your kids and good for anytime.
If you’re looking for comfort food, this is it. This is such a versatile recipe that you can add in whatever you like to suit your tastes. It is great for a quick snack or serve with tomato soup and a glass of milk and you have a delicious, filling meal.
So fun to make with the kids! These sweet treats were a big hit with my kids and husband.
Popped sorghum is an earthy spin on popcorn. Sprinkle cinnamon and sugar onto the freshly popped sorghum for a sweet treat.
After a trip to the farmer’s market, I created this salsa! It’s a more sweet, less savory salsa and it pairs nicely with sugar cinnamon chips.
An easy-to-put-together dessert dip that is perfect for a Halloween party or fun snack. The pretzels look like broomsticks after they’ve been dunked into this yummy, crunch dip.
I’ve had this recipe for years and keep on coming back to it. It vanishes fast at potlucks and parties, so other people seem to agree!
Filipino version of the egg rolls.
This version of a classic Spanish salsa combines a slow-cooked tomato sauce including zest of lemon, cilantro, ripe mangos, and lemon juice. For hot salsa use 3 habanero peppers. For ‘fuego’ (fire) use 3 Habanero and 3 Jamaican peppers. Goes great with chips, chicken, rice, or beans.
These tasty little delights are sure to be the perfect appetizer! Serve warm with tartar sauce.
These lumpia are the only thing my Filipina mom can cook that actually taste good and don’t pose a fire hazard to her kitchen. They’re made a bit differently, the meat mixture isn’t cooked before rolling. They can be made ahead of time and frozen. My family requests these all the time and they’re always the first thing gone. If you don’t want to make your own dipping sauce, our favorite is LaChoy® brand sweet and sour sauce.
Mama did not always feel like cooking right away; here was a little snack to hold us over. Easy to do, with few ingredients already in your fridge and cabinets. Best served with Ritz® crackers, but you can spread on your favorite slice of bread and make a sandwich, if you prefer. Refrigerate when finished.
Tasty party snack. Easy to make, easier to enjoy! Cheese, zucchini, and other ingredients combine to create this super-enjoyable treat.
This dip is quick and easy and is a great accompaniment to any type of fruit tray from melon to strawberry to apples or grape.
These festive hardboiled eggs are fun and easy to make. Sure to be a hit at any Halloween party.
These look really gross, but the kids love them! These are time-consuming, so kick back in a recliner and feel free to watch a movie as you are stuffing them.
Great with grapes, any berries, melon, and pineapple. I usually cut up only fruits that won’t brown, if serving at parties. Kids and adults like this one!