Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Show and Tell Tuesday: My Favorite Recipes







Today I'm linking up with Andrea for Show and Tell Tuesday to share some of my best recipes. I have all of these recipes posted on my blog already, so I'm going to link to them. I will warn you that I'm not a professional blogger, nor am I a professional photographer. I do this all for fun, so beware that all of these pics are iphone quality, but the recipes are delish. I have 4 that I want to share, so let's jump right in:

Italian Meatballs
These meatballs are a staple at our house. I have a little dry erase board on my fridge that I plan our meals each week before I grocery shop, and we have meatballs or some time of simple red sauce pasta close to every other week. I love that I can whip these up, stick them in the oven, boil some noodles while they're baking and dinner is done in about 30 minutes. These meatballs also freeze very nicely... so if you have some extra time, make a double batch and have half for dinner and freeze the other half... then the next time you have a busy night, all you have to do is bake the meat and dinner is served. Sometimes I'll even serve them with a side of risotto instead of pasta to switch things up.                 




Stuffed Peppers
Another fav recipe of mine are my Stuffed Bacon Wrapped Peppers. I make these all the time for family gatherings, and very rarely do I have to bring home leftovers. The cream cheese & cheddar cheese filling is divine, and then add in bacon and a little spice with the peppers... YUM. Next time you need a new appetizer to make, try these peppers!





S'mores Pie
My next favorite recipe is a dessert for you...S'mores Pie.This one is delish. A perfect recipe to try out in the summer when you want a s'more but its either too hot, or rainy for a s'more over a fire. This pie is super easy to make. If you like graham crackers, chocolate, and marshmallow, you will love this pie.




Spin Dip
The last recipe I want to share with you is actually two recipes... Spinach Dip. I have a hot version (baked), and a cold version. I love the hot version with tortilla chips. My hubby prefers the cold version with wheat thins. The baked spin dip is my idea of comfort food, and Lee thinks the cold version is refreshing. If you need to make something up the day before and have it ready to go for company, then go with the cold dip. If you need to indulge in a warm, gooey snack with chips, then try it baked. The recipes are slightly different, but a large majority of the ingredients are similar. These recipes can be an appetizer, snack, or even a side dish. 



This post has officially made me hungry!! Try out these recipes and tell me what you think! 
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