Here's a list of important food holidays for March. Plus recipes too!
Easy Peanut Clusters for National Peanut Cluster Day
This is lightly-salted roasted peanuts covered in almond bark and chocolate. Don’t forget to add a pinch of sea salt on top! This makes for a perfect gift and great for snacks
Blueberry Lemon Popovers for National Blueberry Popover Day
As it turns out, popovers are not hard if you pay attention. They are simple, really, and made with love, just like everything should be.
Parmesan Ranch Potato Chips for National Potato Chip Day
Everyone loves perfectly seasoned potato chips. This recipe for Parmesan Ranch Potato Chips is just as amazing. They are incredibly easy to whip up. They are yummy! They’re the perfect side to your spring barbecue. This recipe makes a large batch. Everyone will love it! They’re good.
Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage Sliders for Corned Beef and Cabbage Day
These super simple Slow Cooker Corned Beef and Cabbage Sliders (with Guinness Mustard!) for a perfect dish to serve in your next picnic. They are flavorful and require very little effort to make.
Slow Cooker Coq Au Vin for Coq Au Vin Day
Hearty Coq Au Vin sounds exotic, foreign and sexy but it really is French comfort food. Slow Cooker Coq Au Vin makes this recipe an easy, economical hot meal for a working family. Walk in the door after working all day, cook up a side of rice or egg noodles, or mashed potatoes and Voila! You have dinner ready in record time! Enjoy the meal and the oohs and aahs!
Classic Homemade Waffles for Waffle Day
What’s golden brown on the outside, but oh-so-soft-and-yummy on the inside? Waffles! Classic waffles are sweetened with vanilla, so they’re good enough to eat with just butter or syrup. They also pair well with everyone’s favorite toppings.
Skillet Grilled Seafood and Chorizo Paella for National Spanish Paella Day
Making paella on the grill is really just the same as making it on the stove. You simply need to try to keep the heat of your grill a consistent temp and you’re good to go. Bonus, you also get a little smoky flavor from the grill as well!! And if you don’t have a grill? Well don’t worry, you can totally just make this on the stove-top. Works great both ways.
Lemon-Orange Pound Cake for Lemon-Orange Pound Cake
This pound cake is sublime in its simplicity, but we decided to fancy it up a bit with a Bundt pan and two contrasting icings. You can leave out the yellow food coloring gel and have a cake that is just as pretty with a few extra lemons and orange slices for garnish. The Lemon-Orange Pound Cake is perfect for a spring tea.