Going out to eat is such an experience and an easy way to socialize, so make these recipes when you don’t want to spend money on bar food. Staying in and cooking whipping up a meal yourself can give you even more satisfaction – so why not save some cash this weekend, and plan a night in with your friends. Trust me these recipes are way better than any date night or Chinese take out could ever be.
This bomb recipe is just waiting to set off in your mouth.
Deep. Fried. Butter. Enough said.
Grilled cheese can come in many shapes and forms, but this cheesy, perfectly pan toasted recipe is the perfect one to indulge with on a cold night in.
This pizza will have you coming back for slice after slice, so make extra so there isn’t any girl fights over the last slice.
Craving some brunch for dinner? Try out these waffles loaded with leftover fried chicken.
Yes, these are a thing. This recipe is the perfect addition make any night in a little more fun.
#SpoonTip: Save the ketchup, and load the fries up with some beer gravy.
Bread so good, mutha****az wana fine me.
#SpoonTip: Invest in some for your kitchen, such as Slap Ya Mama seasoning.
These bad boys are perfect to share with a group of friends who want to spice up their lives. Not to mention this recipe with the avocado chunks will satisfy anyone; plus according to science, you should eat avocados all the time.
The perfect recipe for a ladies night in when you are craving Chinese takeout, but want to do it yourself. All you need now is a side of rice.
These little bites are great for a salty ‘n spicy snack. This recipe is a great twist on the classic potato skin to help you show off for your ladies night in.
This waffle recipe will definitely get you feelin’ some type of way.
If you’re craving a sandwich, this recipe is as good as it gets.
#SpoonTip: This is how to build an even better sandwich.
This recipe is the best of both worlds, chocolate and beer.
When you want loaded nachos, minus the chips, this is your best bet. Perfect substitute for a party dip or just for a night in with an extra loaf of bread laying around.