Party Food

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These days, we could all use a little vacation. Transport yourself oceanside with this grilled chicken dish inspired by Hawaii. Hawaiian Chicken is marinated in a sweet, umami sauce, giving it a gorgeous almost candy red color. It’s also unbelievably tender. Hawaiian Chicken is great meal prep for wraps or salads, or can be served alongside white rice and salad.

Posted: April 1
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Don't let the name fool you: Texas Trash Dip is a real treasure! This creamy and hearty appetizer is filled with refried beans, spicy chiles, and melty cheese for a delectable dip that positively sizzles with satisfaction. Texas Trash Dip gets the rodeo started with plenty of Southwest flavor from taco seasoning and black olives for a unique twang of tang. This dish tends to go fast, so make sure to make two and bring plenty of tortilla chips for dipping!

Posted: May 11
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Don't let the name turn you away! Mud Hen Cake Bars are much more than what they sound like; put your trust in your tastebuds. A buttery, golden-brown vanilla cake serves as the luscious foundation. The most outstanding part though is the creamy, sugary meringue that is as light as air, sitting atop a layer of sweet and tangy apricot preserves. Mud Hen Cake Bars are sure to be the treat you'll reach for when your sweet tooth starts tingling!

Posted: May 12
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Earthquake Cake is an earth-shakingly good dessert that comes together in a snap! Pockets of creamy sweetness nestled in chocolate cake, all topped with crunchy coconut and buttery pecans. It takes less than an hour to make an Earthquake Cake and less than a second to fall in love with its range of luscious flavors. It happens on the very first bite!

Posted: February 9
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This coffee cake may be from Chicago, but you can enjoy it anywhere! The moist golden cake is extra rich from the cream cheese, perfect for the classic streusel topping. That topping is the real star of the show: crunchy, cinnamon-flavored, buttery, and sweet. You might be tempted to eat the streusel all on its own. Chicago Coffee Cake takes less than an hour to make, so you can have a gorgeous cake ready for tea time or dinner.

Posted: February 10
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The only sin in Mississippi Sin Sliders is how sinfully good they taste! Mississippi Sin is actually a creamy, cheesy, and savory dip infused with bacon bits—a dip that's lovingly spread on both sides of the buttery rolls in each slider. With a few slices of warmed ham for extra meatiness, Mississippi Sin Sliders are more than welcome at tailgating parties, barbeques, and any other sunny get-together. They're perfect for tearing, sharing, and slicing up, and you can have them ready for the party in just an hour! You may want to make two batches because these go fast!

Posted: April 28
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We have Denmark to thank for the original creation of the beloved Wisconsin Kringle. The golden-brown dough is made with lots of love and filled with sweet, walnut-infused goodness. Shaped into the most beautiful yet simple braid and drizzled with a sugary glaze, it's a feast for the eyes. But never fear–Wisconsin Kringle is never too beautiful to eat.

Posted: May 2
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The secret to Million Dollar Pie isn't that it costs a lot. It's the electric taste that makes you feel like you just won a million bucks! Million Dollar Pie is practically bursting with zesty lemon and tangy pineapple flavors within its smooth whipped topping texture. Add in a crunch from sweet coconut and nutty pecans and you've won the dessert lottery! You don't even need to turn on the oven to enjoy this wealth of sweetness!

Posted: October 27
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Imagine it: it's a beautiful, sunny day in the Windy City. You're sitting behind the iconic ivy backdrop at Wrigley Field, and you hear the vendor yelling, "Hot dog! Get your hot dog here!" That is the perfect moment for a famous Chicago Dog... but truly every moment, wherever you are, is. With one bite, you'll experience the fluffiness of the poppy seed bun, the juiciness of the beefy hot dog, and the explosion of sweet garden flavors brought to you by the traditional Chicagoan toppings. Whether you're at the ballpark in Chicago or a summer cookout by your pool, a Chicago Dog must be in hand for the finest memories.

Posted: May 2
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The fun freedom of summertime is so sweet, you can almost taste it–and with a Bahama Mama in hand, you actually can! Tart orange juice, sweet pineapple juice, nectarous dark rum, tropical coconut rum, acidic lime juice, and fruity grenadine are all mixed together and poured over a tall glass of ice. Garnished with a wedge of pineapple, all the maraschino cherries you can fit, and, of course, a little umbrella, Bahama Mama looks as fun and summery as it tastes!

Posted: May 4