Celebrate the best of Mexican-inspired fun and flavor with our delicious plan for a truly festive fiesta. From finger foods, to decedent desserts and fruity cocktails, your guests will keep the party going until at least sixth of May.
Decedent devil’s food meets dulce de leche when you opt to cover this Mexican chocolate cake with the suggested caramelized sugar frosting.
The crunchy cinnamon cereal base of these brownies make them completely irresistible. Luckily, those with Gluten allergies won’t have to!
Think of these pillowy, cheesy squares as a Tex-Mex take on a traditional pizza – with refried beans, sour cream, and green bell pepper topped with a pile of shredded Cheddar.
The cool tang of blue cheese gets a south of the border kick in this dip made with refried beans and taco seasoning. Try serving with a sprinkle of blue cheese crumbles or a little cayenne pepper.
You don’t need tequila to throw a fun fiesta. Just blend up a pitcher of this tart and tangy frozen treat. Don’t forget to salt the rim! (
The simple goodness of these slivers of dough tossed in cinnamon and sugar gets even simpler when you use a Bisquick mix to make the dough.
No matter the color of the eggs in your fridge, we make it easy to host a sunny, springtime celebration this Easter. Full of brunch classics and sweet treats, these recipes are as simple to prepare as they are to share with your guests. Explore our Easter menu.
A hint of honey adds a heavenly touch to these deviled eggs. For an elegant touch, use a pastry bag with a decorative tip to pipe the filling, and garnish with a sprig of dill or a sprinkle of paprika.
These layered parfaits can be just as colorful as dying eggs. Mix and match your favorite fruits and yogurts for a varied look on a platter, or just set out the ingredients and let your guests get creative.
Can’t decide between a Mimosa or a Bellini? You don’t have to with this sparkling peach nectar and orange juice cocktail that mixes the best of both.
There won’t be many carrots left for the Easter bunny after your guests get a hold of this tender carrot cake with cream cheese and flaked coconut frosting.
Champagne vinegar and olive oil make a simple dressing for this bountiful bowl of juicy spring flavors.
This potato gratin recipe has all the mouth-watering appeal of everyone’s favorite cheese and potato dish, but eliminates the intensive prep work.
Team spirit is the name of the game when it comes to making these creative cupcakes. Enlist your kids to help give each peanut butter cup player a unique look.
Create a delicious world for chocolate-lovers and basketball fans alike with a cake that’s a full court press of fun and whimsy.
Take rice cereal treats to the next peanut-butter-filled-level with this easy adaptation that’s perfect for parties.
Sweet and salty is a taste combination that wins every time, whether you set these crave-worthy bars on a platter or sneak them into a lunchbox
Top this irresistible sausage dip with a sprinkle of extra cheese and chopped scallions, then stand back and watch your party guests sprint to the buffet!
When there isn’t much time on your party prep shot clock you can whip up this garden-inspired Italian dip in just a few minutes the night before. Serve with cut vegetables in addition to the snacks for a little extra crunch
Get peanut butter fans on their feet with this easy to multiply snack. Just toss your favorite peanut butter treats with a few handfuls of mixed nuts and your crowd will be cheering in no time.
Adding a little of your favorite brew gives this creamy cheese dip a flavorful kick. Try a dark porter for a more robust taste, or a wheat beer to keep things nice and light.
Homemade guacamole gets even more exciting with the addition of an Anaheim chile and some ranch seasoning.
Turn these tangy meatballs into a dozen tropical sliders by rolling the meat mixture into patties. Serve topped with more red onion and pineapple on a toasted Hawaiian sweet roll or slider bun.
Ranch Buffalo Wings
If you know you’re going to be dipping your Buffalo wings into ranch dressing, why not just bake the flavor right into the sauce?
If you’ve got a bug-loving birthday boy on your hands, we’ve got a plan for a creative party with plenty of wiggly appeal.
This lip-smacking bug juice is a delicious blend of flavored soda and fruit punch – but it’s the frozen surprise that will keep your guests coming back to the punchbowl/p>
Let your imagination run on the wild side when it’s time to dress up your cupcakes. You can even get your kids in on the decorating fun!
Serve tea fit for the most proper birthday tea party with a full menu of fancy finger food, sweet treats, and teas for party guests of all ages.
Goat cheese and prepared egg salad make a creamy topping for puffed squares of crescent roll dough, while sliced radish and cucumber add a satisfying crunch.
Special madeleine molds will give you just the right crispness on the edge of these classic pastries, but try using a muffin, mini-muffin, or whoopee pie pan if that’s what you happen to have on hand.
Fans of dress up and fashion trends will love this clever purse confection. Don’t forget to get some decorating tips from the birthday girl!