Whether it’s a holiday cookie exchange, an office party, or just a thoughtful gift for a friend, these sweet little brownie Christmas trees are sure to please. The best part? They’re as easy to make as they are festive. So, grab your brownie mix, your decorating supplies, and your kiddos, and start baking.
A potluck Thanksgiving is a sure-fire way to ensure a stress-free holiday. When guests bring a dish, that’s less work for the host. Plus, it allows guests to enjoy (and share!) their own favorite Thanksgiving dishes.
Whether you’re hosting or attending a Thanksgiving potluck this year, here are a few crowd-pleasing ideas to make the planning, preparation, and party more fun.
Two of our favorite things return in September: football and primetime TV. Make that three: television-watching parties! Hosting a TV-centric party doesn’t require too much work in terms of décor, but you do need a selection of delicious snacks and drinks.
Moviegoing can be downright expensive these days, especially for a large family that enjoys snacking in the theater. Why not create a memorable movie night for friends and family, hosted right from your living room? For relatively little money and prep time, you can create the best stay-at-home movie night ever.
Even if you’re only celebrating the 4th of July with family, party decorations are a must! These festive Independence Day DIY crafts are sure to get everyone in a patriotic mood. With paper pinwheels, hand-painted pots, and balloon garland in colors of red, white, and blue, your house will come to life for the holiday.
There’s something about food on a stick that spells F-U-N. Plus, it’s easy to eat, because you don’t need utensils — which comes in handy when the party’s outside.
Celebrate summer with these three crowd-pleasing recipes that are simple yet cover all the bases: salad, savory, and sweet.
If you’re looking for a fun dessert to make for Cinco de Mayo, how about these tacos? Tacos for dessert may sound weird — but it’s not when the taco shells are sugar cookies and the fillings are brownies, frosting, shredded coconut, and candy!
These fiesta-worthy taco sugar cookies are sure to surprise and delight.
Envelope, please! No matter which movie wins Best Picture, you’ll be a shoo-in for Best Host when you follow our simple — and budget-friendly — guide to throwing a spectacular viewing party that will have you celebrating alongside Hollywood’s finest. With A-list touches like a themed menu and party games, your guests will be begging for a sequel.
In honor of a deliciously creamy holiday – National Peanut Butter Day, on January 24 – we’ve put together a tasty, peanut butter-packed recipe. These chocolate peanut butter pretzel bars are perfect no-bake treats that combine salty and sweet into one delicious square.
Here are seven easy-to-make, affordable ideas that will give a plain table a whole lot of added shine for your New Year’s Eve party. Creating a beautiful holiday tablescape to ring in the New Year has never been easier!