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Happy Sunday, and happy Superbowl Sunday! Today I thought I’d share my typical Sunday links post along with some of my favorite recipes for Superbowl Sunday in case you’re looking for some quick inspiration. Firstly, some links to my family’s favorite recipes for Superbowl Sunday. 1. Starting off with the savory options, these Quick & Easy Vegan “Egg” Rolls are always a crowd pleaser. 2. These Healthier option Tex-Mex potato skins are vegan and so easy, plus they’re a great way to use those extra potato skins with no waste. 3. Oh, and another recipe that’s perfect because it’s Superbowl Sunday! These Mini Cheese Pizza Bagel Swirl Bites are bomb! 4. Also, these Southwest Egg Rolls are an all time classic! 5. I can’t forget to mention this Mozzarella Stuffed Pesto Pizza Monkey Bread. I’d have to say they’re probably the boy’s absolute favorite thing that I make. 5. Lastly for the savory category, and going with the mozzarella again, are these Best Ever Mozzarella Sticks. Super simple but so good. 6. Now for the sweet, I’m actually making these brownies tonight because that’s how amazing they are. I’ve tried so many brownie recipes over the years but these are MY FAVORITE BROWINES SO FAR. Eh hem, just saying. 7. Need something quicker and easier? I call these Last Minute Crack Snacks for a reason. They only need 3 ingredients each and they’re super easy. Fool-proof easy. 8. The title might be a mouthful but these Double Peanut Butter Stuffed Pretzel Chocolate Chip Cookies are insane. 9. There really aren’t words for these Brown Butter Caramel Snickers Cookie Bars. 10. And finally these Reese’s Chocolate Peanut Butter Explosion Cookie Bars can change lives. I haven’t decided yet but I might make them tonight also. I hope you all have a great evening!
So it’s back to school time again and that means it’s time for some lunch! Whether back-to-school time represents making lunches for yourself or your kids, it’s never a bad thing to get some great ideas. Maybe you’re needing something to take to work or you do meal preps. I’m not really in any of these categories and I still love fun lunches. So while I’m not in school anymore (thank goodness) my youngest sister is going back to school soon. It’s had me thinking about I always seem to miss this opportunity every year to share these kinds of ideas. And that’s what today’s post is. It’s definitely more about the inspiration than a rigid recipe but I have included the links to some of the recipes I’ve used here. Sushi Box: for the sushi I’ve used this recipe and added a little soy sauce. On the side are some carrots, zucchini slices, strawberries, green grapes, and sliced mango. For a small treat I added a peanut butter cup from this recipe. Berries + Granola: for this one I’ve used some homemade muesli (but you can use any cereal or granola you’d like) and the chia pudding from this recipe. Along with that I added some blueberries, strawberries, raspberries, and sunshine raspberries. Then I added a little bit of homemade trailmix made from buckinis, cacao nibs, and pepitas. AB+Banana+Strawberry Sandwich: So the sandwich is simply some thinly sliced strawberries and bananas spread with a little bit of almond butter. You can use any nut or seed butter you prefer. On the side I added some kiwis, apples, snap peas, and red bell peppers with some guacamole to dip in. I added some energy bites from this recipe. Now I know kids can be pretty particular so if you’re making these for a young one, definitely feel free to make swaps. I hope you’re getting as excited as I am about the coming season and I hope you got something from these ideas. 🙂
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