Meet the easiest 2018 Valentine’s dessert: Valentine’s Chocolate Pops. Grab your favorite chocolate, melt, stir and top with sprinkles—done.
**This post is in partnership with Campbell’s Chunky MAXX.
Working from home with a toddler is a balancing act of patience, creativity and multi-tasking. You learn to how to share a desk with a messy 3-year-old and how to eat, email and color all in one breath.
It’s not always like this, but most days when it is I’m fueling my hustle with Campbell’s new Chunky MAXX soup. It’s a great snack when I’m short on time, especially now with Little League about to kick into full gear and time becomes a measure of how well I can pivot from one task to another.
Super Bowl is finally this weekend and you know what that means? GET your eating pants ready! I’m as big of a football fan as the next guy, but let’s be real, the food is what most people come for.
With that in mind, I’m sharing some must-makes for the big game day. To start, wings are always a must. These teriyaki wings are usually my go-to because they are a crowd favorite and always easy to make. They take just 30 minutes from start to finish and the oven does most of the work. One small note about the recipe: you can toss the wings in the teriyaki sauce after they bake, but I like to baste the wings ten minutes before they are done so that the sauce can carmelize on the wings making it really sticky rather than having the sauce just slip all around the wings when it’s just tossed in teriyaki.
Buffalo Chicken Nachos ~ Think cheesy nachos layered with hot drippy cheesy, crispy chicken, buffalo sauce and three cheeses: Monterey jack, cheddar and blue cheese, topping it all off are a few jarred jalapenos for a hit of brine-y heat.
I’m betting that this is going to be the year’s most winning Super Bowl nachos. At least they will be in my home. I’m counting on it and need your help. Keep reading.