St. Patricks’s Day Dip and 9 other St. Patrick’s Day Recipes

One more week until St. Patricks’ Day so here’s a super easy St. Patrick’s Day Dip made with Greek yogurt plus nine other St. Patrick’s Day recipes favorites. How are you celebrating? I’ll be in Phoenix!

Clover Cookies via Martha Stewart

Irish Coffee Ice Cream via the Bojon Gourmet

Irish Soda Bread via Simply Recipes

St. Patrick’s Day Cookies via Sweet Sugarbelle

Irish Brownie Bombs via Bakers Royale

Kiwi Orange Creamsicles via Desserts for Breakfast

Green Smoothie via Ingredients, Inc.

Bok Choy Salad via My Recipes

Irish Stew via Taste of Home

14 Super Bowl Recipes & National Championship Ideas

Who is ready for more football? Here are 14 Super Bowl recipes as well as some ideas for the National Championship game tomorrow night with Alabama and Notre Dame. Tomorrow is a big night for us living in Alabama, and so I decided to put together my Super Bowl recipe list for you early. I hope everyone had a great holiday break. My kids go back to school tomorrow, and I can’t believe three weeks has gone by so fast. They love this Turkey Tortilla Soup recipe and all of the other 13 recipes below. Enjoy for football or party entertaining anytime of the year.

Mini Calzones from Ingredients, Inc.

Kale and White Bean Crostini by Camille Styles

Lightened Up Mexican Layer Dip via Ingredients Inc.

Chicken Artichoke Casserole via Add a Pinch

Rosemary Infused Nuts via Ingredients Inc.

Quick and Easy Cheese Board via Spoon Fork Bacon

Bistro Pasta Salad via Ingredients, Inc.

Football Truffles by Bakerella

Double Chocolate Football Cupcakes by The Baker Chick

Spinach Dip with Greek Yogurt via Ingredients Inc.

Kale and Artichoke Dip via Spoon Fork Bacon

Salmon Crostini via Pinterest

Dark Chocolate Brownies by Ingredients Inc.

Peanut Butter Cup Blonde Brownie Recipe

When I saw this recipe from a past issue of Cooking Light magazine for Peanut Butter Cup Brownies, I knew that I had to make them. I have a weakness for anything peanut butter, but the fact that they are only 153 calories, 20 grams of carbohydrates and 7 grams of fat, I let this one slide. These brownies are so easy to make and make for parties (Super Bowl), Valentines and a great afternoon snack for the kids or dessert, of course. I used the new Reese’s cup minis, which worked perfectly. Enjoy!

The Best Passover Brownies

Since I have been working with so many brownie recipe variations for one of my food clients, I realized I needed to create the Best Passover Brownie. This ingredient combination worked like a charm. When I took them out of the oven, I took a picture and put them on Facebook (I was so excited how they turned out). I had a lot of people wanting the recipe ASAP so here it is. It is so easy and fabulous. My friend said, “These are the best Passover Brownies I have ever tasted.” I hope that you like them too, and that they sweeten up your holiday.

Easy Valentine’s Day Brownies

Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays for cooking every year because I usually teach a Kid’s Valentine Cooking Class and share my recipes with children. This year I have a great class scheduled along with a few television appearances lined up in Birmingham and Nashville preparing Valentine treats. These Valentine Brownies are just one of the recipes I will be making for the kids as well as television. This easy brownie recipe was shared to me by the editors of the Tables of Content Book from the Junior League of Birmingham (one of my must-have cookbooks). These are so easy, and you make them all in one saucepan. Use a small heart-shaped cookie cutter and decorate with your favorite icing. They are almost too simple to be so divine.

Fool-Proof Delicious and Easy Passover Brownies

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Every year, my sister, Julie, and her college friend, Toby, have a tradition for baking desserts for Passover. Last year, my daughter and I even helped make sponge cakes, mandel bread, cookies and these Passover brownies. Passover is a holiday about tradition, and this recipe was passed down from Toby’s husbands’ Aunt Marie who made these brownies for years. Toby will never forget when she brought the pan of brownies over. There was always one square missing. Aunt Marie had to make sure they were “just right”.  Feel free to mix the nuts inside the batter as well as sprinkling some on top. This year they made them in muffin cups, and that worked great too!