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I mean, you really can’t go wrong with mini fried chicken sandwiches soaked in garlic butter, right? They are super cheap and fun to make for when your kids have sleepovers or anytime they have friends over. Even the pickiest of eaters will get a belly full! These sliders are also wonderful served for lunch on the weekends or anytime you’re tired of the usual cold turkey and cheese. I think they pair nicely with a big green salad to make the meal complete.
Homemade Oven Baked Cinnamon Sugar Donut Holes Recipe | Simply cut the Pillsbury biscuits into quarters and roll them into balls, dip in butter and then a mixture of cinnamon sugar. Bake and enjoy as a special treat, dessert or breakfast! Such a fun and easy recipe to make with kids. My teenagers love them! I make them for sleepovers or anytime they have friends over. They're also great for family gatherings for Sunday brunch. So yummy!!
Crispy Tortilla Pinwheels Stuffed with Cream Cheese & Everything Bagel Seasoning | These little bagel bites are crispy on the outside combined with a soft and creamy center. I used low carb flour tortillas because I’m trying to keep my carbs down, but any tortillas can be used for this simple recipe!
A low carb, healthy, and super yummy side dish for dinner! This is the only way I roast brussels sprouts now, and you can use fresh or frozen sprouts. The smashing process eliminates the squishy middle giving you more of those crunchy outer leaves. If you're looking for awesome vegetable side dishes to make, print this out and keep it close! I make them at least a few times a month. It pairs wonderful with chicken, steak and bbq. Any meal really!