Need some Fourth of July recipes for your holiday celebration? This list covers everything from main course to desert! Whether you’re having a big barbecue or just a nice meal at home, there’s something in this list for everyone. Burgers, dips, upgraded hot dog ideas – and don’t forget magical looking red, white and blue desserts and drinks.
Cupcakes are a blast. They’re easy to make, easy to transport and serve, and they’re delicious. These cupcake recipes are great to have on hand the next time you need something cute and creative.
Butter mints are those little guys you used to find in a bowl by the cash register at restaurants. They were soft enough to melt in your mouth, and they tasted like buttercream with mint flavor. They’re less popular these days, but you can make homemade butter mint candy yourself.
Guess what? A banana split sundae made with coffee ice cream instead of the more traditional vanilla or chocolate is so totally yummy.
In recent decades, the name “red velvet cake” has been applied to almost any vaguely red cake. This is a true, classic Red Velvet cake recipe, the way restaurants in the South used to make it.
We’re all about really simple snacks and desserts here at Snappy Living, but some of us are all about avoiding refined sugar and corn syrup these days, too. Random experiments in the kitchen have revealed something delicious that fulfills all our requirements, and we’re calling it “hot vanilla.” It’s basically the same principle as hot …
It’s easy to make a delicious homemade mocha yourself and skip the coffee shop. All you need are the right ingredients.