- Turkey-Cranberry VELVEETA® Pizza
- VELVEETA® Chili Mac
- VELVEETA® Easy Beef and Cornbread Stuffed Peppers
- VELVEETA® Festive Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
- VELVEETA® Sweet-and-Cheesy Biscuit Sliders
Nanaimo bars are creamy, chocolatey squares that originated in Nanaimo (pronounced nah-NYE-moe), Canada, a small town just north of Victoria on Vancouver Island. Unfortunately, the origins of the bar (aside from its location) are unknown. When I lived in Victoria back in 2007, I was determined to make a trip to Nanaimo just to say that I had been there…and of course I ate a Nanaimo bar. The bars are so popular in that city that tourism officials produced a “self-guided trail” brochure, leading tourists to several locations offering traditional Nanaimo bars and variations. Continue reading
One thing I’ve learned from holiday parties is to never discuss politics, religion…or ambrosia. You’ll never see a crowd divide so quickly.
It’s time to start planning holiday parties, and that means delicious food to serve to all those hungry guests. Treats that are easy to hold make for more mingling, and ensure everyone’s having more fun. Continue reading
Elephant-in-the-room time: The holidays don’t exactly come free. There are gifts to consider, and travel expenses, and Santa Yoda tree-toppers. So what’s a budget-conscious person supposed to make when invitations to Ugly Sweater Party potlucks arrive? You could hole up at home for the season. (Not fun.) You could blow your budget in the name of holiday spirit. (Not wise.) Or you could make one of these three wallet-friendly treats and smile inwardly about their price point. If you don’t tell, I won’t!
DIY gifts are a great way to express love to friends and family. They say, “I could’ve just bought you socks but instead I took the time to do something different–just for you!” Plus, it only takes an hour or so—a lot less time than it does to fight holiday traffic and mall crowds. Continue reading
The holiday season is a pretty busy time of the year for most of us. From school parties to family gatherings to office parties, there always seems to be some festive get-together or celebration that we’re headed to during the month of December. And if you happen to be anything like me, you probably rarely show up to a holiday gathering empty handed. Sweet treats are kind of my specialty during the holiday season, so holiday desserts are usually my go-to potluck dish for this time of year. Continue reading