Friday Frenzy Link Party

Friday Frenzy Link Party – 2/2/18

Happy Friday!  If it’s Friday, then you know what time it is!  Friday Frenzy Link Party time.  Bloggers link up your favorite craft posts and recipe posts below, and readers read on to check out what all our fabulous bloggers are sharing this week!

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Hi, everyone! It’s P~ from The Saucy Southerner, hosting this week’s Friday Frenzy!  Kelly shared football appetizers last week, but since we’re just days away from one of the biggest snacking events of the year, I decided to feature a couple more recipes that you might want to incorporate into your game day (or commercial watching) event! Plus, I’m also featuring some ideas to help make your Valentine’s Day special!

Mr. Saucy and I often host Super Bowl parties and I have found that when you get a big group of people together for the game, the most important aspects of the event are the commercials and the food! So here are some really great recipes from last week’s Friday Frenzy!

Helping to keep your New Year’s resolutions and allowing for healthier game day snacking, first up is this awesome and healthier version of a Blue Cheese Dip from Hardly a Goddess:

Next up, a classic snacking dip: Artichoke and Spinach! This Hot Artichoke Dip from Poinsettia Drive would be a fabulous addition to any snacking event!

What is a snacking lineup without something sweet? The final football themed feature is this recipe from Savory Moments for Greek Yogurt Football Brownies! Not only are these football-shaped brownies the cutest things, but the cook gets to nibble on the scraps! That is a score, right there!

 

Finally, some things take a little bit of planning, so I thought I’d start early by featuring some creative and crafty ideas for your Valentine’s Day.

Penny at Penny’s Vintage Home has already posted some great ideas for a Valentine Tablescape. Her style is a mix of Romantic, Farmhouse and Shabby Chic! You’re sure to find some ideas to inspire you for your Valentine table! I loved that she used Valentine cards for her place cards!

Finally, Sew Historically shared a great roundup of 25 Valentine Crafts, Recipes and Gift Ideas! You’re sure to find something there to spark your creativity for Valentine’s Day!

Join the Friday Frenzy Party by adding your own link below, and if you do, please pin at least the featured posts from this week. Thanks so much for joining us this week!

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2 Comments

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    marilyn1998
    February 2, 2018 at 3:50 PM

    Thank you for hosting. I linked my Sweetheart Bark, Red Wings Hot Popcorn, and Red Velvet Banana Bread for that Valentine reminder. I hope you enjoy them! Have a happy week! #OverTheMoon #WWBlogHop #ThursdayFavoriteThings

    • Reply
      Kelly
      February 3, 2018 at 8:03 AM

      Thanks Marilyn! I checked out all your yummy recipes and pinned them all! That popcorn was amazing! XOXO

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