Thursday, October 16, 2014

4 Frugal and Easy Homemade Party Foods

We have a Family Fun Night at our church once a month.   It's a great time of fellowship and some great snacks.    Seems like though every time it sneaks up at me and I don't have a clue what to bring.   This time I came home from church that afternoon and I couldn't thing of anything to make with the ingredients I had in my pantry.  I looked in the freezer and luckily saw the cinnamon rolls I had bought and I made them.   They loved them!

A couple of people asked if they were homemade and I said yes.   I set the story straight but I really did make them at home.

I think I must have been tired because after I got home I thought of all the food I could have made with ingredients in my pantry and refrigerator.   So I'm making myself a list of things I could bring that's easy to make and frugal.  I hope you enjoy it too!

All of these recipes are without dairy or chocolate,  so I'm able to eat them also! 

4 Frugal and Easy Homemade Party Foods

1.  5 Ingredient No flour Peanut Butter Cookies (I have made these with regular sugar for my husband and Truvia for me)

2.  Deviled Eggs  (This is also a Trim Healthy Mama recipe).

3.  When garden is in season -plate full of vegetables.

4.   Baked Apple Pie Rollups.  I saw these on Facebook Sunday night and they are easy and delicious!   You could also make these with crescent rolls.

What snacks do you make for that's fast and frugal?

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