Skip the deep frying mess and preheat the oven instead. Think you can’t achieve super crispy, crackly skin wings in the oven? Think again. The trick is tossing them with an unexpected ingredient: baking soda. (Prepare to be amazed.) This technique allows you to make large batches of crisp chicken wings at once, which is obviously ideal when you’re hosting a Super Bowl party or other friendly gathering.
Using frozen meatballs makes this 5-ingredient take on a crowd favorite perfect for easy, affordable, no-fuss entertaining. Feel free to use whatever type of meatballs you like best for this delightfully spicy-sweet slow cooker appetizer—chicken, beef, or turkey all work great.
If you’re searching for an easy and inexpensive appetizer for a crowd, the hunt stops here. These crispy, cheesy pizza sticks are the perfect snack to whip up for a Super Bowl spread, birthday party, or a casual family get-together. Besides being inherently kid-friendly, these tasty pizza sticks are endlessly customizable—just pile on your favorite toppings!
These BLT-meets-breakfast sandwiches are just about everything you could hope for in a brunch entree. Offering a perfect balance of savory and sweet, these hearty sandwiches, using maple-flavored waffles as the “bread,” are sure to wow family and friends. Set up all of your sandwich components and condiments buffet-style and allow company to assemble their own just as they like.
Flavored with fragrant, Indian spices, traditional chicken biryani is an incredible comfort food, but it typically requires cooking the chicken and vegetables separately, using several pans. Our simplified method delivers the classic, crave-worthy flavors with a little less effort and cleanup.
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This sophisticated, boozy float is the perfect treat to make any hour exceptionally happy. Sip it slow or eat it with a spoon—either way, this simple dessert-meets-cocktail recipe is essentially stress relief in a glass. The recipe below is for one serving, but it’s easily multiplied to make more floats. As simple as they are to whip up, these spirited, bubbly floats are excellent for entertaining. And if gin and cherry isn’t your jam, give our Boozy Root Beer Floats a go.
These darling mini pies make the most of peak-season summer fruit and provide the perfectly sized sweet treat for one. Using store-bought pie dough keeps this recipe super simple to make, but feel free to use your favorite homemade pie dough if you prefer. Either way, they’re sure to be a hit at you’re next dinner party.
Give your favorite ice cream treat a serious upgrade by caramelizing the bananas before building your sundae. Broiling the banana with brown sugar and a dash of cinnamon intensifies the fruit’s sweetness and adds a layer of rich depth to your dessert. This recipe is for a single split, but is easily multiplied to serve more.
You really can’t eat just one once you break out these grown-up fruit snacks, but take it slow—they’re strong. While we opted for a variety of melon balls here, you could use this recipe for any of your favorite summer fruits—from sliced peaches to strawberries.
Give your favorite four-legged friend a cool and meaty relief from the heat with these ice pops made developed especially for dogs—i.e. Pupsicles. If you think your pooch would prefer something a sweeter treat, give these Peanut Butter Pupsicles a go.
Put your farmers’ market-fresh to work in this vibrant summer chili. Perfect for your next casual get-together or even as a make-ahead freezer meal to guarantee you have an easy dinner to come home to after vacation, this vibrant chili is easily customized based on your preferences and what you have on hand. You can swap in ground turkey or pork for the beef or black beans for the pinto beans to switch things up. Serve with sour cream and any other favorite chili toppers.
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This simple, single-skillet supper is packed with bold flavor, but is quick enough for a busy weeknight.
This vibrant and impressive dessert literally couldn’t get any easier.