I couldn’t help but squeeze one last blog post into 2019, because this one is so simple and is a perfect appetizer to make to ring in the new year! My family has an on-going new year’s eve dinner tradition that I love. We always get together as a family to game plan our appetizer line up, then my mom gathers all the ingredients and makes all the yummy treats. (Don’t worry…we help too). For “dinner” we just fill up our plates with snacks. What’s better than that?! You get a little taste of everything and can keep going back for more until you’re stuffed! It’s the perfect way to indulge one last time before the holiday season is over. Whether you’re braving the crowd to celebrate with friends or staying in and celebrating in pj’s and eating appetizers like me, this easy apple and brie appetizer takes no time to throw together so you can enjoy them before heading out, bring them with you to a party, or snack on them while hanging on the couch.
I’m getting soooo excited for warmer weather guys! It was finally warm enough to get outside and go hiking yesterday and it made me daydream about all of the other adventures I can start planning for the next few months. I’m on a mission to really get out and explore Utah this Summer and I’m itching to get things crossed off of the bucket list! Outdoor parties, days by the pool, and summer dinners on the patio! Which brings me to another thing that I’m looking forward to with warmer weather…fresh produce! With Easter around the corner, I wanted to share some tips to create your own easy Spring crudité platter, using fresh produce! So pretty, so colorful and very, very easy to put together too!
Oscar’s weekend is upon us and whether you’re planning to throw a big blow out party, have a few friends over, or just plan to curl up and watch in your pj’s, I have the EASIEST appetizer for you to add to your party menu! These blackberry, goat cheese and honey appetizers are glam enough to be the star of the show, but they are also delicious! And that golden honey drizzle is definitely Oscar worthy!