Fire up those grills and get the Memorial Day party started! Whether you’re grilling, baking, toasting or roasting, we’ve got some recipes to help you create a memorable Memorial Day feast.
Appetizers and Salads
Combine crunchy kale with fresh pecans, pomegranate seeds and pears for a colorful and nutritious salad that’s topped with a simple homemade dressing. Recipe here.
Looking for a great, authentic guacamole for your party? Look no further. This comes direct from La Palomilla Bed and Breakfast in Mexico City! Recipe here.
These two fresh and homemade salsa recipes, Avocado Red Onion and Mango Onion, are the perfect dips for your chips. Recipes here.
Ring in the flavors of spring and summer with a delicious salad packed with marinated onions and a homemade dressing made with orange peel, vinegar, honey, and oil. Recipe here.
A smoky, simple addition to any dinner or picnic. If you don’t have Chinese 5-Spice powder, simply make your own, recipes here.
An easy and nutritious way to create a quick nibble, Downtown Nachos offer a full plate of delicious flavor that delivers one chip at a time! Recipe here.
This Memorial Day, consider serving one of America’s favorite foods, bacon cheddar cheeseburgers (mini-style) and classic Strawberry Milkshakes. Recipe here.
These Carolina pulled pork sandwiches are served overstuffed with tender pulled pork simmered in smoky barbecue sauce. Each Carolina pulled pork sandwich is topped with a dollop of creamy coleslaw seasoned with a tangy-sweet Carolina-style honey mustard barbecue sauce. Recipe here.
This recipe for All-American Lamb Burgers combines the flavors of fresh ground lamb, balsamic vinegar, garlic, herbs and spices, resulting in a mouthwatering juicy burger that your guests will love. Recipe here.
Traditionally buffalo wings are fried, but they don’t have to be fried to be bold in flavor. Chef Cari Martens shares her favorite grilled buffalo chicken wings that are not nearly as calorie packed. Video with recipe link here.
Seared Pork Chops with Apricot Brandy Sauce is a classic à la minute hotline dish, where a piece of meat is seared and then the pan it was cooked in is deglazed with liquid to dissolve all those luscious caramelized bits left behind. Recipe here.
One taste of peaches and the flavors of summer come flooding in, complete with memories of your grandma’s secret recipe. Make this Southern Peach Cobbler your next family tradition. Dig in and enjoy! Recipe here.
Red, White and Blue Yogurt Pops
These frozen pops are made with real fruit, greek yogurt and naturally sweetened with a touch of honey. Recipe here.
This refreshingly sweet Fresh Fruit Dessert Pizza with Coconut Cream has a sugar cookie base topped with a light and fluffy coconut cream cheese and delicious bites of fruit! Recipe here.
Silky-rich sweet potato pie topped with a layer of golden caramelized pecan pie, this authentic Southern pie offers a standout dessert for the holiday. Wonderful topped with a scoop of cinnamon ice cream or a dollop of whipped cream. Recipe here.
Large batch Red, White, and Blue Sangria is not only incredibly tasty but it looks beautiful when served in a 2-quart glass pitcher. Impress your guests with a cocktail that’s delicious and patriotic! Recipe here.
Made with your favorite honey wheat ale, ginger, lemon and the perfect sweetness of honey, you’ll be sipping this Honey Shandy all night long. Recipe here.
Always enjoy responsibly!
Have a happy, and safe, holiday with friends and family.