Santa Hat Brownie Bites | Semi Homemade No Bake Dessert

Santa Hat Brownie Bites | Semi Homemade No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

Sometimes, when I introduce a recipe, I say something along the lines of “this could not be any easier.”  And I think I said something similar when sharing my Santa Hat Mini Cupcakes a few years ago.  In mom-of-one-child-land, the easiest recipe involved minimal baking, minimal decorating, and maximum cuteness.

Santa Hat Brownie Bites | Semi Homemade No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

My friends, we have entered a whole new land over here.  One which two children.  And two holiday parties on the same day.  One where every morsel of holiday party deliciousness is purchased at Costco or Trader Joe’s a day or two prior to the party and no extra decorations are considered and I forget about plates and napkins until the day of in a serious food blogger lazy move.  But ya know what?  It didn’t really seem to matter {Or at least all of my guests were polite enough to act like it didn’t.  We had plenty of wine and beer so that probably helped.} .

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The only ounce of effort that was put into making this spread remotely Christmas themed was a quick little 10 minute project that happened about 30 minutes before my guests were scheduled to arrive.  Brownie bites, canned cream cheese frosting and strawberries were purchased making this completely semi-homemade and absolutely no baking required.  And even though our holiday party was on a relatively chilly Southern California evening with the rain drizzling down outside, I was still happy to skip the oven.

Santa Hat Brownie Bites | Semi Homemade No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

So if you’ve got that party coming up tomorrow and you want to look impressive without actually doing anything impressive, I’m your girl.  Whip this one up and call it a day.  You’re welcome.

If you’re fancy, look back at some of my other holiday recipes, which, while still simple, have a little more…well…baking to them.

Santa Hat Brownie Bites | Semi Homemade No Bake Dessert
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Recipe type: dessert
Cuisine: American
Prep time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 24
 
Ingredients
  • 1 box brownie bites {you will need equal amounts of strawberries and brownie bites, so purchase accordingly}
  • 1 clamshell strawberries, washed and tops removed {you will need equal amounts of strawberries and brownie bites, so purchase accordingly}
  • 1 can cream cheese frosting
  • {1 ziplock bag or frosting pipping bag}
Instructions
  1. Place cream cheese in ziplock back or pipping bag. If in ziplock bag, cut one tip.
  2. Pipe one circle of frosting on each brownie bite, approximately the size of the tops of most of your strawberries.
  3. Place one strawberry on each circle of frosting
  4. Dot each strawberry with an extra dot of frosting on the tip

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My Favorite Things: Holiday Recipe Edition

Looking for a delicious dessert recipe to bring to your holiday party?  Look no further than the Little Kitchen, Big Bites holiday section for some super easy treats, and a fun craft or two!

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The Easiest Leftover Candy Brownies

The Easiest Leftover Candy Brownies | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

It’s almost Halloween, friends!  And if you’re anything like me, you bought the giant Costco bags of candy a few weeks ago and they’ve been sitting in your pantry tempting you.  I literally put them on the highest shelf in the pantry that I have to get up on a chair to get to.  And I still sneak one every now and then.

The Easiest Leftover Candy Brownies | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

So once Halloween is over, you’re really not going to want to eat any more of that junk {and by junk, I mean totally delicious mini Butterfingers that I can’t stop eating}.  But some of the options of leftover Halloween candy recipes are kinda more than I want to tackle with an infant and a toddler.

The Easiest Leftover Candy Brownies | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

So I came up with the very simplest *recipe* {if you’ll even give me that…this is a very semi-homemade version of a recipe} that my toddler and I quickly whipped together while the baby napped.  Not only did I get some delicious treats out of it, but my big girl got to feel like she was special, help in the kitchen, and cover herself in chocolately goodness.  So that’s a win.  She’s been such a great big sister that I really love it when we can have a little time just the two of us to show her how awesome she is.  And if it means she gets chocolate, she’s a happy camper.  Smart kid.

The Easiest Leftover Candy Brownies | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

Of course, my family ate all of these by ourselves within two days.  But my intention is that you could bring these suckers and drop them off at work, school, or share them wherever so that you spread the love {and the calories}.  Clearly, I’m not going to judge if you polish off a pan by yourself with some ice cream on top after feeding the baby.  …not that I have any personal experience with that…

The Easiest Leftover Candy Brownies | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

The Easiest Leftover Candy Brownies
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Recipe type: Dessert
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Serves: 12
 
Ingredients
  • 1 box of your favorite brownie mix, plus whatever ingredients are listed as needed on the box
  • 1 cup leftover chocolate based Halloween candy, chopped
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven as listed on brownie mix box
  2. Mix brownie mix according to box
  3. Stir in approximately ½ cup of chopped candy
  4. Turn into a parchment lined baking dish
  5. Top with remaining chopped candy
  6. Bake for time listed on the box, most likely erring towards the longer cooking time, but checking with a toothpick as needed.

The Easiest Leftover Candy Brownies | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Ice Cream | Simple & Healthy Dessert

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Ice Cream | Simple & Healthy Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

You’ve seen it on Pinterest.  You’ve heard about it from that health nut you know.  But you’ve never tried it.  Or at least that was me.  Until now.

Seriously people?  Frozen bananas blended into ice cream?  It’s like kale chips.  Ok, but not as good as the real thing {except they are too sometimes…maybe I’m becoming one of those health nuts…}.  So I had to try it for myself.  Out of necessity really.  The kiddo eats bananas every morning and I had a couple leftover two weeks in a row, so I cut them up into small chunks and threw them in a bag in the freezer.  And then I had to do something with them, right?

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But this was so good, guys.  I couldn’t even believe it.  It’s creamy and light and delicious and tastes just like ice cream.  If I didn’t know any better, I would think that it was the real thing.  And the toddler thinks it is!  She really believes it!  This stuff is kid friendly to the max.

For one thing, it was such a fun thing and simple thing for us to make together.  As I get further along in this pregnancy, I treasure my time with my little princess more and more.  We have such fun days of being *just the two of us* and I know that everything is going to change {for the better} once her brother gets here.  But I want to give her as much special time as possible for the time being.  And what can be better than making ice cream together?

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And on the less sweet and sparkly side of things, let’s talk about this kid and sugar.  In small portions we’re good {thus the tiny amount of chocolate chips spread among several servings}.  But a whole scoop of ice cream?  Well, let’s say she has a really adorable super awesome sugar high where she just wants to run around and giggle.  It lasts 30 minutes, tops.  And then there’s the crash.  Which can last several hours.  And several tantrums.  And lots of tears.  It’s the worst.  So we’re limiting crazy amounts of sugar for her in our house.

And let me be clear, this stuff would still be awesome without the chocolate.  It’s just a delicious little special treat to bite into those little chunks, but it would make a awesome peanut butter ice cream and then you’re taking out more of the sugar if that’s your jam.  That might be our next round.

I think there will be several iterations of this to come.  My brain is already spinning with ideas of what I can put in next time.  My only regret is that I didn’t try these earlier in the summer!

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Healthy Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Ice Cream | Only 3 Ingredients
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Prep time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 3-4
 
Ingredients
  • 3-4 bananas, cut into small pieces and frozen
  • 2 T peanut butter
  • 1-2 T chocolate chips
Instructions
  1. Combine all ingredients in a food processor and blend until combined and creamy.
  2. Top with additional chocolate chips if desired.

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Ice Cream | Simple & Healthy Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites
Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Ice Cream | Simple & Healthy Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

S’mores Pretzel Thin Sandwiches | No Bake Dessert

S'mores Pretzel Thin Sandwiches | No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

Last week, I shared some little *s’mores style* pretzel thins that I threw together with some leftover s’mores pop ingredients.  Because it’s blasphemous for this pregnant mama to even think about throwing away melted chocolate and graham cracker crumbs.  And, if we’re being honest, it would be blasphemous for me whether or not I had a bun in the oven.

S'mores Pretzel Thin Sandwiches | No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

After using up a bunch of my cracked pretzel thins, I found a couple of whole pretzels left and knew that I had to do a little something special with them.  I had some leftover marshmallows too and made the quick and easy decision to make a little sandwich with everything sitting in front of me.

S'mores Pretzel Thin Sandwiches | No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

So I whipped these up and took a few pictures of them for the blog.  And they looked so good that I had to try a bite as I was photographing them.  It gives you a different shot, right?  Different angle with a bite taken out?  Those pictures below are totally worth it!  *I’m totally justifying this to myself at this point.*

S'mores Pretzel Thin Sandwiches | No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites S'mores Pretzel Thin Sandwiches | No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

And as soon as I had enough photos, I finished it off.  And instead of sharing the other ones with my sweet, hungry toddler or my lovely, hardworking husband, I polished them off before either of them even knew they existed.  Sorry guys.  Mama couldn’t help herself this time.  Blame it on the baby.

S'mores Pretzel Thin Sandwiches | No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

Just as an FYI, I made about five of these, the recipe below is for a dozen, and you could really make as many as you want.  Grab a bag of each of the pretzel thins, marshmallows, chocolate chips and graham cracker crumbs and go to town!

S'mores Pretzel Thin Sandwiches | No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

S'mores Pretzel Thin Sandwiches | No Bake Dessert
Author: 
Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Prep time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 12
 
Ingredients
  • 24 pretzel thins (full, not broken)
  • 12 regular sized marshmallows
  • ½ cup semi sweet chocolate chips
  • ¼ cup graham cracker crumbs
Instructions
  1. Lay out wax paper on a baking sheet
  2. Melt chocolate in the microwave, heating for 30 seconds at a time and mixing in between until smooth
  3. Spread graham cracker crumbs in a shallow bowl or dish
  4. Dip one end of the marshmallow in the chocolate, then immediately in the graham cracker crumbs, then place on one pretzel.
  5. Spoon a dollop of chocolate on top of the marshmallow, sprinkle graham cracker crumbs, and place an additional pretzel thin on top.
  6. Repeat for all remaining
  7. Refrigerate for 5-10 minutes, or until chocolate is set
  8. Enjoy!

 

Chocolate Graham Cracker *S’mores* Pretzel Thins | No Bake Dessert

Chocolate Graham Cracker *S'mores* Pretzel Thins | No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

This post should be titled “what to do with the leftovers from your s’mores recipes.”  I was throwing together a small batch of s’mores pops for a bbq the other day {fun fact…you can make them as “bites” and just omit the whole lollipop stick deal if you want!}, and I melted too much chocolate and poured too many graham cracker crumbs.  #fail

Chocolate Graham Cracker *S'mores* Pretzel Thins | No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

I was headed for the sink and I realized that I cannot, in good conscience, throw away perfectly good chocolate and graham cracker crumbs.  That’s just wasteful.  And I’m growing a little person inside of me, so I feel like I get a free pass to dip anything in chocolate that I want to and no one can say anything.

Chocolate Graham Cracker *S'mores* Pretzel Thins | No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

So I looked through my pantry, found some leftover pretzel thins, and came up with just about the easiest recipe ever.  If you can even call it that.  But, oh boy, these are good.  For a real s’mores experience, dip them in some marshmallow fluff and devour.  Not that I did that.  That would just be indulgent.  {And we were out of marshmallow fluff.}

Chocolate Graham Cracker *S'mores* Pretzel Thins | No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

I had one more little idea for my leftovers that I’ll share next week too…stay tuned for more pseudo s’mores magic then!

Chocolate Graham Cracker *S'mores* Pretzel Thins | No Bake Dessert
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Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 1 cup
 
Ingredients
  • ½ cup semi sweet chocolate chips
  • ¼ cup graham cracker crumbs
  • 1 cup pretzel thins
  • Opt: Marshmallow fluff to dip
Instructions
  1. Lay out wax paper
  2. Melt chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl in the microwave, stirring every 30 seconds until melted.
  3. Place graham cracker crumbs in a shallow bowl
  4. Dip pretzel thins in chocolate, then in graham cracker crumbs, then place on wax paper
  5. Allow to cool in the refrigerator for at least 5-10 mins, or until chocolate is set.
  6. If desired, serve with marshmallow fluff to dip.

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S’mores Pops | Easy, No Bake Dessert

S'mores Pops | Easy, No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

We made it through the party, people.  And a full recap and more details will come soon, but I wanted to share these little suckers while I’m still digesting the whole thing, cleaning up and flipping through the photos {preview of the dessert bar is below}.  Oh and by the way, I have a two year old now.  How the heck did that happen?

When I put together a menu for any party, I start big and then narrow it down.  We had the party at a local farm with lots of activities for the kiddos, and I realized that the giant, full buffet was going to be a waste because they would all just be running around.  So I scaled it down considerably to simple, grab and go type foods {and even at that, I had way to much}.  I almost didn’t make these because I thought they might be too complicated, and at the last minute I decided to go for it.

S'mores Pops | Easy, No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

I’m so glad I did because these were so easy and so delicious and so impressive for how little work goes into them.  I love that they’re one bite for adults, and fun to carry around on sticks for the littles, although I dare you all to just eat one.  It’s basically impossible.

S'mores Pops | Easy, No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

And, with summer setting in and 4th of July coming up, everyone needs a quick and easy dessert to bring to potlucks that you don’t even have to heat your house up for.  And one that brings out the “oooooh’s” and “ahhhh’s” is particularly fun.  For this one, you can use a double broiler for melting the chocolate, or if you’re too lazy to find it like I was, just pop it in the microwave.  Seriously, I’m telling you, it could not be easier.

S'mores Pops | Easy, No Bake Dessert | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

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S'mores Pops | Easy, No Bake Dessert
Author: 
Recipe type: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 
Serves: ~45 pops
 
Ingredients
  • 1 bag standard sized marshmallows
  • 1 bag semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1½ cups graham cracker crumbs
  • ~45 lollipop sticks {look on your marshmallow package to see how many are inside and get that many sticks}
  • Optional but recommended: Parchment paper
Instructions
  1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper
  2. Stick one lollipop stick into each marshmallow and set on the baking sheet
  3. Spread graham cracker crumbs in a shallow dish
  4. Melt chocolate chips either in a double broiler on in the microwave in a microwave safe dish by cooking 30 seconds at a time and stirring in between until completely melted
  5. Dip each marshmallow in the melted chocolate to about ¼ of the way up and tap off any excess
  6. Immediately dip in graham cracker crumbs, then return the the parchment paper baking sheet
  7. Once all pops are done, chill for at least 15 minutes in the fridge, or until chocolate is set
  8. Serve immediately or store in a airtight container until serving

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Sweet & Salty Oreo Christmas Bark

Sweet & Salty Oreo Holiday Bark | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

We went to Disneyland on Wednesday, and when Santa passed in the parade, he said “Only eight more days until Christmas!”  And I said “huh?!” and I actually wanted to take out my phone and check the date.  Even though we’re going through all of the motions and the holiday parties and the Christmas decorations everywhere and jingle bells on repeat in the car, I still feel like it was September like three days ago.  This time of year just flies and, especially with my chatty little toddler, I want to slow it all down and enjoy every last second of it.

On a side note, this was my first time at Disneyland over the holidays {I somehow always seem to land there for Halloween but haven’t made it yet for Christmas} and it was really magical guys.  Disney is special enough as is, but with the garland and the lights and It’s A Small World is like full on Christmas-ified and they sing jingle bells too which is my kid’s very favorite song of the moment and Elsa and Ana in the parade {Let It Go was the favorite song prior to jingle bells} it was pretty amazing.  I found myself tearing up a little sitting with her snuggled in my lap on the curb on Main Street, watching the parade begin.  So if you haven’t been yet, I highly recommend it.

Sweet & Salty Oreo Holiday Bark | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

Anyway, one of the reasons that time flies so fast are the many parties and activities that we’ve been enjoying this holiday season, including our annual holiday party, for which this delicious little treat was created.  Alternate name for this treat is “throw everything that a toddler dreams of eating on a pan…and then cover it in chocolate.”  And you can totally add/remove/whatever what speaks to you.  We had some nut allergies at the party, but I think this would be spectacular with some salted nuts thrown in too.

This was the easiest thing that I made for the party {the rest of the dessert spread is pictured below…cupcakes were boxed cake, boxed icing with crushed peppermint stirred in, cookie bars are here and were amazing, and everything else is from a store…because I’m lazy.}.  It was no bake and no cook.  Spread everything on a pan, heat up the chocolate in the microwave, and pour it on top.  Heavenly.

Sweet & Salty Oreo Holiday Bark | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

PS While we’re talking holidays, here’s my kid with Santa to brighten your day.  Or to make you call Child Protective Services.  She really does like him.  Just not when she’s on his lap. #santafail

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Sweet & Salty Oreo Christmas Bark
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Recipe type: Dessert
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 
 
Ingredients
  • 1 cup pretzel sticks
  • ½ cup + 2 T holiday m&ms
  • ¼ cup marshmallows
  • 10-15 crushed holiday oreos
  • 1-2 T red and red sprinkles
  • 2 bags chocolate melts or semi-sweet chocolate chips
Instructions
  1. Lay a piece of wax or parchment paper over a cookie sheet
  2. Arrange all ingredients except chocolate, 2 T holiday m&ms, and sprinkles on cookie sheet
  3. Melt chocolate in a double broiler, or in a microwave safe container. For microwave, use instructions on the bag, or heat for 1 minute first, then 30 seconds at a time, stirring in between, until you reach the desired smooth consistency.
  4. Pour chocolate over ingredients on cookie sheet and use a spatula to smooth it so that everything is covered.
  5. Top with sprinkles and remaining m&ms
  6. Place cookie sheet in the fridge for 5-10 minutes, or until chocolate has completely hardened.
  7. Break apart into pieces and serve.

Sweet & Salty Oreo Holiday Bark | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

Easy Ghost Brownies

Easy Ghost Brownies | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

Hello lovelies!  It’s been a while, but as soon as I finished these little goodies, I knew I had to share!

Today is the day before Halloween, right?  You signed up to bring dessert to school tomorrow, or to the family potluck, or to your friend’s party.  And you really don’t feel like doing it.  But you know you have to.  And it would be an added bonus if you could find something ridiculously easy and also very cute.  Well, I have the solution for you my friends.

Easy Ghost Brownies | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

These brownies are what I like to call “semi-homemade.”  As in, most of the ingredients come from a box and all of them can be purchased at Target.  You could totally do this with your own fancy brownie recipe and your own delicious cream cheese frosting, and I bet they would be even better.  So if you’re into that, get on with your bad self and go for it.  I just didn’t have the time.  Because I have a toddler (and I feel like that, in itself, is a legitimate excuse for anything).

Regardless of whether you whip up your own frosting or buy it in a can, everyone is going to be “oooo’ing” and “ahhhh’ing” at how stinkin cute these guys are.  Even my little was very impressed by the “boo’s.”  And if she recognizes what it is, then I know I’ve done a good job.

Have a happy and safe Halloween everyone!

Easy Ghost Brownies | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

 

Easy Ghost Brownies
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Recipe type: Dessert
Prep time: 
Cook time: 
Total time: 
Serves: 16
 
Ingredients
  • 1 box brownie mix, plus necessary ingredients on box (usually 1 egg, ⅓ cup vegetable oil and ¼ water, but check your box to make sure)
  • 1 can cream cheese frosting
  • 16 marshmallows
  • 1 frosting pen in black
  • Helpful but not necessary: parchment paper
Instructions
  1. Bake the brownies per the instructions on the box. Let them cool completely before cutting.
  2. Lay a piece of parchment paper over a cookie sheet and space brownies out on the sheet
  3. Place on marshmallow on top of each brownie
  4. Heat up frosting for 10-20 seconds in the microwave (it should be a little runny)
  5. Spoon one heaping spoonful of warm frosting over marshmallow
  6. Place the cookie sheet in the refrigerator for at least 15 minutes, or until the frosting is set
  7. Use the frosting pen to draw faces on the ghosts
  8. Depending on temperature, you may want to keep refrigerated until serving so that the frosting doesn't begin to melt off

Easy Ghost Brownies | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

The Countdown {Top Recipes of 2013}

Happy New Year’s Eve, my friends!  I’m sure you’re all going to fabulous soirees and planning to drink fancy champagne and dance on table tops.  My plans?  Baby down by 8pm, a glass of red wine {or three} and a Breaking Bad marathon {we’re totally addicted}.  Woooo crazy party animals…

Anyway, as we count down the last moments of 2013, I thought I would share my own countdown of the most popular recipes on the blog this year.  I hope that this year has been as fun and magical for you as it has for me.  New home, new baby, and new job as a full time mama…I really couldn’t ask for anything more!

Have a safe, fun New Year’s Eve, and let’s welcome in 2014!

 

5. Pesto Spaghetti Squash
A healthy, delicious meal with all of the yumminess of a bowl of pasta and none of the carbs

Pesto Spaghetti Squash | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

 

4. Oreo Peanut Butter Brownie Cups
Not only are these easy, but they’re totally delicious.  And you’re going to die when you see the kids’ eyes light up when they find out there are two oreo cookies hiding inside their brownie.

Oreo Peanut Butter Brownie Cups @ Little Kitchen, Big Bites

 

3. Slow Cooker Spicy Coconut Curry Chicken
Do I really need to say anything more than crock pot and curry?  That’s pretty much all I need in my life.

Slow Cooker Spicy Coconut Curry Chicken | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

 

2.  Slow Cooker Super Easy Taco Chicken Soup
All you really need to whip together this soup is a slow cooker and a can opener.  No culinary skills necessary.  And it’s totally delish.

Slow Cooker Super Easy Chicken Taco Soup | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

 

1. No Bake Peanut Butter S’mores Bars
Holding onto the top spot, this easy no bake recipe combines the ever popular s’mores with peanut buttery goodness.  There is simply no way you won’t love them.

Peanut Butter S'mores Bars {No Bake!} | Little Kitchen, Big Bites

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