Chipotle ketchup . . . I’m a big fan of game day grub, and this spicy chipotle ketchup always hits the spot. It’s a five minute recipe that pairs perfectly with sliders, curly fries and pigs in a blanket. Talk about a fan food lineup–this one is sure to please.
Peanut butter chocolate fudge . . . Every Christmas, my mom makes a big batch of chocolate fudge. It’s a traditional treat, and this spin on the classic recipe is just as easy as it is sweet. Cue Reese’s peanut butter chips–they’re the star of the show.
Pumpkin spice baked donuts . . . Looking to make an easy treat? These donuts call for a few pantry staples and take just 30 minutes to bake. Plus, they’re covered in spiced glaze + cinnamon-sugar. It’s time to pour a tall glass of milk. Your morning routine just got a whole lot sweeter.
Pumpkin spice trail mix . . . I love mixing sweet and salty ingredients, and this no-bake recipe is as easy as it gets. Plus, it combines a few of my favorite treats for fall. Cue the mellowcreme candy corn and seasonal pumpkin spice Life cereal. There really is nothing better.
Fancied up toast . . . This smashed pea ricotta topping is pretty enough for weekend brunch. The prep is quick and easy, making the end result far more impressive.
Snack mix . . . This sweet and salty snack mix is always a favorite. It’s perfect for get-togethers, game nights or afternoon munching when the clock strikes three. You won’t be disappointed.
Cakes for Easter . . . They are simple, sweet and always a crowd pleaser no matter the occasion.
Strawberry freezer jam . . . My mom always keeps a jar of this jam on hand–it’s quick, easy and stores in the freezer.