Spaghetti & Meatball Cupcakes {Movie Snack Series}

There are few food scenes in movies as iconic as the spaghetti scene in Lady and the Tramp.

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Of course, when you think of movie snacks, you don’t think of spaghetti and meatballs – so I turned it into cupcakes instead.

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Loaded Hummus Plate {Movie Snack Series}

Next up in the movie snack series: Aladdin, and this loaded hummus plate!

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Aladdin was one of my favorites as a kid, so I was really excited to introduce it to the littles. It was a trickier one to plan a snack for, though, since there isn’t many food references in the movie to work off of!

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Small Batch Beignets {Movie Snacks Series}

I’m excited to be introducing a new series today – movie snacks! The only thing more fun than cuddling up to watch a movie is doing so with a perfectly-themed snack, right?

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And, since we’ve been Disney-crazy around here, I’m going to start with some of our favorite Disney movies – kicking off with Tiana’s beignets!

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Cuban Sliders #ImprovCookingChallenge

There are few things my kids like more than tiny sandwiches. Seriously. Anything tiny and they’ll eat it.

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Which obviously means I make my favorite sandwiches into mini versions so everyone is happy. These are the perfect quick, easy dinner or a great dish for a party!

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Honey Beer Bread

Beer bread has become of one my go-tos. Minimal ingredients make this quick bread a winner.

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And even though I’m not a fan of beer itself, I think it tastes awesome – and so do the kids.

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Italian Chopped Salad

Did you know May is National Salad Month? It seemed like the perfect reason to round up some food blogger friends – today we’re sharing all kinds of awesome salads to celebrate!

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The salad I’m sharing today has been one of my go-tos for the last few months.

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May Recipe Roundup {Recipes for Mother’s Day}

May is here and that means it’s time for Mother’s Day and spring time recipes! This month we are sharing some of our favorite recipes for the moms in our lives. This is the time of year I really start thinking about rhubarb, eggs, asparagus, peas, and other early produce. I also think about dishes that are delicious for celebrating Mother’s Day! Keep reading to see recipe ideas of breakfast, brunch, sides, main dishes, and desserts for Mother’s Day and for the whole month of May.

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Berry Baked Oatmeal #brunchweek

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I’m wrapping up my #brunchweek contributions today with a dish that feels fancy enough for company, but is easy enough to be an everyday breakfast too.

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Baked oatmeals are what meal prep dreams are made of – perfect to make ahead and great whether eaten cold or reheated.

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Funfetti Cinnamon Rolls #Brunchweek

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Are you Team Sweet or Team Savory for breakfast? I’m Team Sweet, though I make a valiant effort to eat something healthy each morning.

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Brunch, though, I tend to lean in to the treat-yo-self philosophy. After all, you’re nearly in the middle of the day so desserts are totally acceptable.

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Mango Lemonade Cocktail #BrunchWeek

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What’s brunch without a cocktail?! I love champagne cocktails, so I jump at every occasion to make one.

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And this one is so simple, you can mix it up for any brunch – and I’ve included the measurements to make just one glass or a bigger batch for a crowd.

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