Food brings people together on many different levels. It’s the nourishment of the soul and body: it’s truly love.Giada de Laurentiis
It can often be daunting planning food for a party. What do you serve? How much is enough? Will everyone like it? Well today I am sharing with you five easy recipes that I have used when hosting an event. These recipes are pretty easy and usually really popular!
Buffalo Chicken Dip
This one is kind of obvious, I mean, who doesn’t love buffalo chicken dip? I have made this so much that I don’t even need a recipe anymore, that’s how easy it is! Also, it is very hard to mess up. Here is a recipe for reference.
These are a hit and SO easy to make! Basically, you just put mozzarella, a basil leaf, and a baby tomato on a stick and you’re set. You can even a drizzle balsamic glaze over them or have one on the side if you want!
Loaded Baked Potato Dip
Now, this dip is the best thing ever! It is pretty easy to make and SO good. In high school it was my go-to food for most class parties, and it was the most requested. Here is the recipe and make sure to get thick potato chips, as the thinner ones will break!
I couldn’t get through this list without having brie, its just the best. This baked brie is a great way to spice up a classic. Just grab your favorite crackers, jam, and a puff pastry and you’re set!
Veggies in a Cup
This is a super easy way to serve veggies without the mess that a huge veggies tray can make. Just get a little cup, put some dressing in the bottom (this one is my favorite), and put the veggies on top. So simple and so cute!