So I decided to take on the task of making my first Easter dinner. I’ve been done with school for a couple of weeks, but my friends have been stressed with exams. Since I haven’t had much to do, I thought a dinner would be a good de-stresser for everyone. The menu included Deviled Eggs, Strawberry Pasta Salad, Parmesan and Thyme Dinner Rolls (todays recipe), Twice Baked Pesto Potatoes, Roasted Lemon Chicken and for dessert Strawberry-Rhubarb Napoleon (which will be the next recipe posted here). Everyone seemed to like the spread and the dinner rolls were my personal favorite! Keep Reading to get the recipe!
In college and law school one of the easiest treats to bring to a party was what some call Puppy Chow (other names include: Muddy Buddies and Monkey Bunch). It was always a delicious treat and one that you just couldn’t stop putting into your mouth. While looking around at some of my favorite blog spots, I found a recipe for what they call Poppy Chow! Let’s be honest, peanut butter + chocolate + popcorn = AMAZING! Keep reading to find out about this tasty and simple recipe! Keep Reading….
I got this recipe from one of my favorite bloggers and it was a hit! Everyone seemed to love them, which is all a baker really wants in life. I was in charge of providing snacks for a table at my law school, and I was more than ready to try this recipe. I figured it would be a classic that everyone would like and I was right!
If you can’t tell yet, I LOVE raspberries. I actually love any type of berries, so whenever I can incorporate it into a recipe, it’s heaven! I saw on MyRecipes.com, someone had put raspberries into their s’mores and I thought that was a fantastic idea. I also had some extra wood that I needed to get rid of before my big cross-country move. So what better way to get rid of it, by inviting some friends over for a nice fire and some raspberry s’mores! Keep reading for this delicious, yet incredibly simple recipe!