Recipes for Labor Day and end of summer celebrations
August 31, 2016
For many of us, Labor Day is the final break before a long stretch of work and school before the fall's holiday season, and below are some recipes for appetizers and desserts that can kick up a pool party, an informal backyard picnic or a last weekend at the beach. Conference members and chefs contributed them during last year's recipe contest.
Although the "Jingle Bell Fudge" recipe may seem out of season, the name is a little reminder during Florida's hot September days of future and welcomed cooler weather.
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Easy to adapt into an appetizer. Try serving on toothpicks with a tomato-based dipping sauce.
Flavor exploding goodness, this is the dish to prepare if you're looking to make a big splash at your pool party.
A last chance recipe for the end of vidalia onion season.
Includes steak and bacon! Served on toothpicks for hassle-free hand-to-mouth delivery.
A 3-part recipe that you can store in the freezer.
A family favorite. Tastes great served cold!
A unique dip made with a black-eyed peas base. This one is definitely worth trying out.
Bread made with avocado instead of butter. Avocados have lots of vitamins in them, like Vitamin E, K, C, B6, potassium, etc.
Cut it into squares and serve in bite-sized portions.
Another salty treat that's simple and easy to customize.
If you've got a sweet tooth, don't worry. We've put together a special list of treats just for you.
A classic dessert. Red velvet never goes out of style.
Anyone who likes a hint of peanut butter, this is for you!
A homemade version of chocolate chip cookie cake. Never order order one from a bakery again!
Three ingredients, and it makes a wonderful, healthier frozen dessert.
A wise individual once said that the best way to end any meal is with fudge.
The fruit is already so sweet it barely needs any sugar.
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