These easy to make, pesto chicken pull apart sliders are the perfect quick and easy way to feed a hungry crowd. Slider rolls are piled high with shredded chicken and cheese and then smothered in garlic herb butter and baked. Make up a few trays of these and you'll have a very happy crew of party guests.
Peanut butter and jelly cupcakes sound like something a five year old invented, but in the best possible way! Soft, fluffy peanut butter cupcakes are filled with sweet jam and topped with a homemade berry buttercream resulting in a cupcake that's as close to perfection as any I've ever tried.
Chicken wings are always a good idea for any party, but these BBQ chicken wings are a great idea. Easy to make but loaded with flavor, these wings boast a homemade barbecue sauce that far surpasses any you've had from the bottle. Don't forget to reserve the leftover sauce to use for dipping along with the ranch and blue cheese!
Served with a jalapeño avocado dipping sauce, these grilled cilantro beef skewers are a hit at every party and are easy to serve and enjoy while mixing and mingling. Made with budget-friendly flank steak this recipe is easy to double or even triple, and the tangy fresh flavor of the marinated beef paired with the dipping sauce is a summery combination no one can resist.
I have never served meatballs at a party that haven't disappeared in a flash, making them a great option for a graduation party. These teriyaki meatballs are guaranteed to do the same! They are super simple to make, too, and the homemade teriyaki sauce never disappoints. I suggest keeping them in a slow cooker to stay warm for guests who are coming in and out throughout the day.
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