I love my Instant Pot! One of my favorite things to do with my Instant Pot is to make hardboiled eggs. Now, I won’t say that cooking my hardboiled eggs takes LESS time in my Instant Pot (I own the 6 in 1) , BUT it does produce better hardboiled eggs that peel like an absolute DREAM!
It’s so simple and I can make enough hardboiled eggs for the whole week in one session! I’ve piled as many as 24 eggs into my Instant Pot using this method (that was for Easter!) and they have always come out perfect.
There is a way to make popcorn balls that doesn’t involve burning the crud out of your hands? SIGN ME UP!
My daughter was very excited about this GoodCook Popcorn Ball kit as well. Since we were planning a playdate with some friends of hers, she asked if we could make popcorn balls for her and her friends.
Now I have nothing against Popcorn Balls for the sake of Popcorn Balls, however…
These healthy homemade Rainbow Fruit Cups will be the hit of the party! Watch as the kids grab these brightly covered cups filled with colorful fruit. Make these fruit cups as a healthy snack, as a fun appetizer or dessert or serve them at your next party!
Stuffed baked potatoes (although time consuming) are my 2nd favorite way to eat potatoes. However, they can really can end up becoming a meal all on their own. Since game day is all about snacking, I decided I wanted to make tiny stuffed baked potatoes!
I found this recipe for mini stuffed potato bites one day while browsing Pinterest and I decided to test them out. Needed to be sure they were game day worthy!
They totally are!
Now I’m not going to lie. Scooping out tiny potatoes is kind of a pain. Flavors by Four uses a melon baller, but per usual in the FFF kitchen, that kitchen gadget has apparently taken a walk (did I ever even have one?).
This was crazy simple and only required 5 ingredients.
Small red potatoes that you cook until soft (about 40 minutes) and scoop out the insides. Keep in mind these won’t have a tough outer skin so you should definitely leave a bit of potato to create the shell for the filling.
Then you just combine some mayo, cheese, crumbled bacon, salt & pepper and throw them into the oven to brown a bit!
I added chopped green onions over the top of the finished product, but the original blogger actually added them to the mix.