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Collection by cmcgraw

Sand Cups

Rating: 4.5 stars 27
The recipe is for individual cups (you'll need 8-10 clear, 7 ounce plastic cups), but I believe you can use a bucket instead.

NILLA® Sand Cups

Rating: 4.5 stars 11
Decorated with different shaped chewy fruit snacks, these fun after-school pudding snacks look like little beach scenes. The kids will love to help!

Salmon Terrine

Rating: 5 stars 12
Salmon, butter, Dijon mustard, and fresh tarragon are just some of what make this traditional French fare so delicious. This no-bake version is more like a spread, which is perfect for casual parties, and you can make it in any kind of crock or bowl. Pair it with toasted baguette slices for an appetizer or eat as a salad.

Meatball-Stuffed Garlic Bread Sliders

Rating: 4.5 stars 35
We're getting close to the Super Bowl, and it's not about who wins the trophy, but rather who wins the snack table. If you show up with these super fun sliders, that will be you. The real secret to these beauties is placing the meatball in through the top of the roll, versus splitting and stuffing in the traditional manner. Maybe it's the symmetry, or center of gravity, that makes these just feel right in your hand. If you're short on time, using pre-made meatballs will do.
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Keto Coconut Shrimp

Rating: 3.5 stars 2
My coconut shrimp is a great choice for a keto snack. I like the coarse, long shredded coconut. The smaller the shrimp, the faster they will cook. Serve with spicy aioli sauce.