Whenever I need a little inspiration, I always turn to Pinterest!
Here are a few appetizers for the big game.
My Patrick Mahomes & the KC Chiefs
won the AFC Championship and are headed to the Super Bowl!
Toasted slices of french bread,
a spread of cream cheese, seasoned to your liking...
topped with a slice of fresh mozzarella, prosciutto and fresh dill.
I make something very similar...
My recipe calls for 1 cup of sour cream and 1 cup of mayonnaise.
Everything else is the same.
whether you are serving a crowd or not.
I made this twice and it's awesome...
I just used pillsbury regular, premade dinner rolls.
12 Frozen Dinner Roll Dough Balls
- 1/2 Cup Grated Parmesan Cheese
- 1/2 Cup Grated Romano Cheese
- 1/2 Cup Shredded Mozzarella Cheese
- 1/4 Cup Sour Cream
- 1 14 oz Can (1 1/2 Cups) Artichoke Hearts - Drained and chopped
- 3/4 Cup Frozen Chopped Spinach - Thawed and drained of excess water
- 2 Cloves Garlic - chopped
- 1 tsp Basil
- Olive Oil
Coat a 10 inch oven-safe skillet with olive oil.
Place the Dinner Roll Dough Balls in a ring around the skillet.
Cover and let rise until thawed and doubled in size.
In a medium bowl,
combine Cream Cheese, Parmesan, Romano,
Mozzarella, Sour Cream, Artichokes, Spinach, Garlic and Basil.
Once dough has thawed, uncover and scoop the dip into the center of the skillet.
Brush the rolls with olive oil, and top with an additional sprinkle of cheese (optional).
Bake in a preheated oven at 375˚F (190˚C) for 25 minutes.
Remove and let cool slightly before serving.
I started this hat yesterday.
no instructions are necessary.
this is "one little project" I would like to try.
The pattern can be found here.
I LOVE your toast appetizers and your potato chip dip. SOOO yummy! Congrats to your Patrick! Very exciting. Everything else looks so nice too.
Oh my goodness! You made me so hungry with this post!!! smile.
the projects look wonderful!
The food ideas all look delicious, I would love to try all of them.
The little jars with flowers are really pretty. I do not have a favorite for the Super Bowl, good luck to both teams. Take care, enjoy your day and have a great week ahead.
They all feel cozy…winter perfect! Thank you for sharing.
Why do so many of your posts make ME HUNGRY??!!ha ha LOL. I liked yesterdays post too.....i remembered being there before. Not in person, but through your blog, I loved seeing all the old buildings again. Would love to meander around there.
Sounds like you have some goodies planned for the super bowl, Congrats on your team making it! I made a candle holder a few years back with dried flowers, I need to get that out again this spring :)
That blanket looks like it will be nice and warm!
Surely you take reservations for me to come visit for a week to your lovely creative sanctuary! Linda in Kansas
Debbie - I was rooting for the Bengals, so I am sad. But it was a heck of a game to watch. Your appetizers/other menu items look very tasty. My husband tried one of those dough rings for a Christmas holiday party that we hosted, and it was a hit! Self-care - I am not usually a big fan of baths, but I recently had some lower back pain, and soaking for 20 minutes for a couple days in a row really helped!
I'm happy for you that your team is heading to the Superbowl! I'm a fan of Pinterest and love browsing through it. You got some great recipes here and thank you for the links. Also love your knitting creations, that blanket, can't wait to see it on your blog :) Other photo treats fun to see. Enjoy your week Debbie :)
All of your food and projects look wonderful. I especially like that last pattern and may check it out.
We've had an Arctic freeze here that is keeping up inside. Roads are awful. Had to cancel one doctor appointment - but no problem as most places are closed anyway.
Those fresh vegetables batons look great :)
All the best Jan
Hello Debbie :=) Great food and artistic links. I don't cook these days, at 84 I find it difficult to stand for long, although I appreciate good food. I like your knitted hat and gloves, and the blanket is beautiful. It will take you quite some time for you to make it, but how lovely and warm it will be.
All the best.
Mercy lady, now I'm hungry..! You find and make the most wonderful dishes. I wish I could be a good cook, but naw. :)
Super Bowl on Sunday, right? I'll root for your team for ya. :)
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