One of the delicious traditional finger foods of Kentucky Derby parties are sandwiches made with this delicious Benedictine spread. The combination of cream cheese and cucumbers makes a great spread for afternoon teas, garden parties, and Derby Party buffets. It’s full of fresh flavor and easy to make.
This recipe, my son’s favorite dinner, is one I adopted as my own from a Martha Stewart recipe I tried almost two decades ago. This one-pot chicken dinner is a great choice to simmer on a cool afternoon or winter evening. When you have to stay home during this “quarantine”
If you’re looking for something to serve at your camping party – you can’t get more authentic than S’mores.
Nothing says Oktoberfest like beer and pretzels. Here are my party planning tips and recipes for a fun Oktoberfest and beer tasting that you can throw this fall. Traditionally the Prost is celebrated in the month of September, but any autumn day will do. Gather up your friends, it’s time
This simple Royal Icing Recipe can be used for pipe and flood cookie decorating, decorating gingerbread cookies, or use as “glue” to hold together pieces in a gingerbread house. HOW TO MAKE ROYAL ICING It is easy to make royal icing, especially when you use meringue powder which can be
This gluten-free apple kuchen (Apfelkuchen) recipe is going to become a favorite. It makes two 9-inch German Apple Cakes, so they make the perfect amount for fall entertaining and parties. I’d imagine many have been made for church suppers and bake sales alike. You’re going to want to serve these
This is one of our traditional family Christmas cookies, Mexican wedding cookies, or Russian teacakes, that I adapted to gluten-free about five years ago. I decided to share this now so you have a super allergy-friendly cookie for an afternoon tea party or bridal shower or even Easter since it
These happy little gluten free Linzer cookies are perfect for your Valentine. I make this gluten free cookie recipe every year for Christmas – but they are perfect all year round. Try different types of fruit jams – seasonally (strawberry-rhubarb would be fantastic for 4th of July.) They are always a favorite, and usually the first cookie to disappear. When Deanna comes home, she always asks me “Mom, did you make the Linzers?” They take a little time, but they are so worth the effort!
Can I tell you how long I’ve been trying to make these gluten free rolls like the ‘real’ gluten-full counterparts from my childhood? Oh, roughly eight years. They are a welcome addition to a holiday feast. They do take some time, but you may find like I have that they become a family tradition you don’t want to skip.
I’ve always loved to throw a good party. But I always knew, it’s not just a party. Whether it’s a birthday, bridal shower, anniversary or baby shower, a special event is just that—truly special.
Hi, I’m Carey! The Owner and Designer behind EnFete. I was bit by the party planning bug at just six-years-old and haven’t looked back ever since.