Somehow I haven't taken many photos recently, so you'll just have to imagine what all of these look like if you don't want to click the links to the recipes. But here goes:
People at the consulate Easter party will get to try bacon-cheese dip. I tore the page out of Southern Living many years ago but never had made it until today. It's awesomely tasty.
For this week's Girl Scout bake sale I made white cupcakes with buttercream icing. I didn't do anything fancy to them, which meant they weren't as cute as some made by others (maybe I should ask where they bought the glittery sprinkles). The extra step (and bowl required) to whip the egg whites seems to be worth it, too.
I also made Rice Krispie treats. Not that anyone really needs a recipe for those unless they're like me and never can remember the cereal-to-marshmallow ratio.
For Laura's birthday party I'd made cupcakes, too, with a different recipe I'm not going to link to because I can't find it at the moment -- and I wasn't crazy about it. But let's face it, it's hard to mess up cupcakes, and they still were decent.
I've also made Martha Stewart's bean and sausage casserole a couple of times. If only the kids would eat it ...