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Waffle Breakfast Tacos – cheesy eggs and crispy bacon stuffed into a waffle and drizzled with maple syrup! An easy and fun breakfast.

Waffle Breakfast Tacos - cheesy eggs and crispy bacon stuffed into a waffle and drizzled with maple syrup! An easy and fun breakfast.

My favorite breakfasts are sweet and salty. Drizzle anything savory with maple syrup and I will love it. So I’m excited to share these Waffle Breakfast Tacos today!

Toasted waffles shaped like tacos and filled with crispy bacon, cheesy eggs, and drizzled with maple syrup. They are sweet and savory and also good for you! How can you go wrong with that?! Click for the full recipe

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White Chocolate Crockpot Candy – easy 4 ingredient white chocolate peanut clusters! Made completely in the slow cooker. Perfect for holidays!

White Chocolate Crockpot Candy - easy 4 ingredient white chocolate peanut clusters! Made completely in the slow cooker. Perfect for holidays!

My most popular recipe I’ve ever shared is my Crockpot Candy recipe. It is also my personal favorite and I make it for every holiday. I think I made 7 batches this past holiday season. 

So it’s about time that I made a White Chocolate Crockpot Candy! 

I’m a white chocolate person so I almost prefer this version to the original. It is only 4 ingredients and made in the slow cooker. It’s just so easy! 

Plus, you can change up the sprinkles you use for the holidays. How cute are they for Valentine’s Day with little heart sprinkles? It would also be cute around Halloween with black and orange spooky sprinkles on top. Or 4th of July red and blue star sprinkles?! Adorable. 

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Instant Pot Buffalo Chicken Dip – creamy, spicy dip filled with buffalo sauce, ranch dressing, and shredded chicken! Made in 15 minutes in the pressure cooker. Serve with chips and celery sticks for the perfect party appetizer!

Instant Pot Buffalo Chicken Dip - creamy, spicy dip filled with buffalo sauce, ranch dressing, and shredded chicken! Made in 15 minutes in the pressure cooker. Serve with chips and celery sticks for the perfect party appetizer!

Hi guys! With the Superbowl coming up, I thought I’d share a classic Superbowl party favorite but made in the Instant Pot!

I’ve been making Buffalo Chicken Dip for every Superbowl for at least 10 years. It’s always a crowd favorite and a great alternative to messy wings. 

Plus, this Instant Pot version takes less than 30 minutes from start to finish!

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Cranberry Meatballs – like the classic grape jelly meatballs but made with cranberry sauce for the perfect holiday appetizer! Made in the crockpot, only 3 ingredients!

Cranberry Meatballs - like the classic grape jelly meatballs but made with cranberry sauce for the perfect holiday appetizer! Made in the crockpot, only 3 ingredients!

Originally published December 21, 2011, updated on December 18, 2019. 

Hi guys, today I am updating an old post (from 2011! How have I been on the internet that long?!) for Cranberry Meatballs that had terrible pictures because I thought about this recipe the other day and remembered how much I love it. 

You know that grape jelly meatballs that you see at every party and potluck? The ones that you can’t explain why you love them but you can’t stop eating them? These cranberry meatballs are pretty much those meatballs but made with jellied cranberry sauce instead of the grape jelly. They aren’t quite as sweet as the grape jelly ones so if you find those a little too sweet, these will be perfect for you.

Slow Cooker Cranberry Meatballs are the perfect holiday appetier and so easy. Only 3 ingredients and cooked in the slow cooker!

If you are looking for other holiday appetizer recipes, I recommend my Cranberry Brie Bites and Spinach and Artichoke Stuffed Mushrooms.

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Christmas Confetti Cookies – soft and chewy sugar cookies rolled in Christmas sprinkles. Santa is going to love these cookies!

Christmas Confetti Cookies - soft and chewy sugar cookies rolled in Christmas sprinkles. Santa is going to love these cookies!

I’ve been blogging for a long time and over the years I’ve claimed that many cookies were my favorite Christmas cookies but these Christmas Confetti Cookies are definitely my most favorite Christmas cookie ever.

Sprinkles just make everything better so Christmas sprinkles make everything a million times better. 

Plus, I love a soft sugar cookie. Don’t you? Just a buttery sugar cookie that practically melts in your mouth. The best. 

This is a really easy, simple recipe that would be great for baking with kids. Kids love sprinkles as much as I love sprinkles so I know they’d love rolling the cookie dough through a big bowl of colorful sprinkles.

And I’ve been told that Santa also really loves sprinkles. 

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