Last week In invited some local bloggers to my house for a Fakesgiving. We all brought some of our favorite Thanksgiving recipes to share with you! I’ll be sharing mine all week and Friday we’ll all link to the rest of the recipes so you can enjoy everything we made!
I love Mashed Potatoes, seriously, soooo good. And so easy to make! So they were an easy choice for me to make. Did you know that there are over 40,000 monthly searches of “how to make mashed potatoes”??? Who knew! So I’m happy to share the way I make them with you guys today!
This is the last of the recipes I made for my Easy Potluck Party foods class at the Utah Home show last week! These are all super fast and easy to make, yet still tasty and impressive for the other guest to enjoy! Do you have a favorite dish you like to make and take to holiday parties?
I’m kind of picky when it comes to fruits. I don’t just love to sit down and eat an apple, but with this dip? I could eat a bushel of apples! I like this dip fresh, when the toffee still has a crunch to it. But it’s still delicious the next day (if you HAVE any left)
This is one of those classic pot luck recipes, one everyone has had and one that everyone has probably made. Mine is just a bit different because instead of just Velveeta and salsa it adds the fresh sauteed onion and pepper which I think really enhances both the flavor AND texture of the Queso!
This is another one I’ve been eating as long as I can remember! I’m not sure where it originated from, my Mom? My Grandma? my Great Aunt? all I know is it doesn’t feel like the holiday’s without a batch of this. This batch makes a ton and since my husband doesn’t like it I’ve been known to eat almost a whole batch myself over a weekend! Now the kids help me out.
Out of all the potluck recipes I’m sharing this week this one is by far the easiest AND the one I make the most. Growing up we had it once a year at my mom’s annual Christmas party, but it turns out these are good over rice and one of my kids favorite “meals”. I make it when it’s time to go grocery shopping and I’ve run out of the good meals
Everyone always asks for the recipe and everyone is always shocked it’s so simple. I know I was, as an adult when I asked my mom for her meatball recipe. Honestly I didn’t believe her the first time she told me. I thought she was teasing me! It’s one of those recipes I’ve found that most people already know, but just in case here it is!