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This tuna dip, which you can also spread on bread, takes less than 5 minutes to make.

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IngredientsServes: 4

  • 1 (160) tin tuna in water, drained
  • 150g cream cheese
  • 5 to 6 cornichons, sliced thinly
  • 1 level tablespoon fresh minced dill
  • salt and pepper
  • cucumber slices, baby carrots or celery stalks for garnish

MethodPrep:5min ›Ready in:5min

  1. Mix the tuna with the cream cheese in a food processor till smooth.
  2. Add dill and cornichons and salt and pepper to taste. Stir to combine. Garnish with cucumber slices, carrots or celery.

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Smoked Tuna Dip

Want to wow your guests during this year’s round of holiday parties? Serve them this Smoked Tuna Dip made with cream cheese and watch the compliments flood in.

They’ll never know that you whipped it up ten minutes before they arrived!

I first tasted this smoked tuna dip at a restaurant in Ft. Walton Beach, Florida. We were there for a military function and this dip was set out on the appetizer table.

None of us could not stop eating it and by the end of the night, my friend and I had pestered the owner enough that he finally gave up the recipe.

Well, he didn’t give us the actual recipe, but I did the leave the party with a list of ingredients scribbled on a piece of paper.

He wouldn’t give exact amounts, and for all I know, he left out some magical secret ingredient. But this version that I put together this morning tastes amazing and I really think you should give it a try.

The great thing about this dip is that you don’t actually have to buy smoked tuna in order to make it. And no, you don’t have to smoke the tuna yourself either!

This smoked tuna dip is simply made by adding canned tuna and a dish of liquid smoke flavoring to some softened cream cheese. There are a few extra flavorings stirred in, but it really is that simple and you’ll be amazed at how delicious it is!

This dip is as easy to put together as a ranch dip or spinach dip, but I think it’s a great option when you want to change things up a bit and give guests something delicious and unexpected.

Serve this smoked tuna dip with your favorite crackers, or even pita chips, and your guests will love you for it.

Smoked tuna dip with cream cheese would be perfect on the appetizer table at any gathering– large or small, fancy or casual. But you’d better print out some extra copies of the recipe beforehand because I guarantee that you’ll be asked it.

While the dip is absolutely delicious plain, I decided to try sprinkling it with smoked paprika. The smoked paprika garnish definitely took the flavor up another notch.

I highly recommend that option, but if you want to add a bit of color but don’t have access to smoked paprika, regular paprika will do the trick. Of course leaving it plain is also an option.

You’ll find the printable smoked tuna dip recipe is at the bottom of the post, but I want to add a quick note to say thanks to everyone who was so supportive yesterday while I was having technical issues with the blog.

It’s hard to describe what it feels like to see almost two weeks of my life disappear in an instant (I say ‘my life’ because I’ve been doing absolutely nothing but work on the blog for the past month).

Apparently someone at my hosting company made a mistake and restored the database on the wrong site. I’m not sure how that can even happen, and the worst part is that I have yet to receive even an apology from the company. So frustrating.

All I can say is thank goodness I had copies of everything, and thank goodness I only lost eleven days worth of work. I want to remind everyone to be extra fastidious about backing up your work, regardless of what it is. This is especially true of your digital photos.

Again, thanks for all the supportive e-mails and messages I received yesterday. Everything is back up and back to normal, as far as I can tell. And I will now be making back up copies of my blog even more frequently!

And yes, although I almost threw in the towel last night, I am still going to finish out this month of NaBloPoMo and continue to share one recipe a day until November 30.

Smoked Tuna Dip

I was reminiscing about the first time I ever tasted Smoked Tuna Dip. I have to admit that I was NOT real excited about trying this appetizer.

We were in Destin, Florida, dining with friends at Dewey Destin’s Harborside Restaurant when I tasted Smoked Tuna Dip for the first time. It was October and the tail end of Fall Break for many of the schools in Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia. That meant the restaurant was super crowded. It was the first time any of us had eaten at Dewey’s, but we quickly found out that waiting at Dewey’s is really a pleasure.

The restaurant’s courtyard or harborside bar are both places to kick back with a favorite beverage and appetizer. And when my friend ordered Smoked Tuna Dip because she saw a group enjoying a batch, we were happy to wait for our table and enjoy our dip.

Keeping an Open Mind

Prior to eating Smoked Tuna Dip, I believed tuna belonged on sandwich, mixed with mayo and maybe a little onion and smidge of sweet dill relish. So eating this dip was REALLY stepping out for me. And being that everyone in my party couldn’t say enough good about it, I tried it. I put a little on a saltine and there was no turning back for me.

The dip was full of smokey deliciousness served on saltine crackers. I never would have thought to serve anything other than chili with saltines, but believe it or not, the saltines were the perfect accompaniment to the Smoked Tuna Dip.

My “Copy Cat” Version of Smoked Tuna Dip

Fast forward to this holiday season, I was looking for a new appetizer recipe for a holiday party. And it must have been divine intervention, but somehow I stumbled on a recipe for a copycat Smoked Tuna Dip recipe. I just wondered if it would be similar to the one served at many of the wonderful restaurants scattered throughout the Destin, Florida, area that I’ve now sampled over the years.

Smoked Tuna Dip Ingredients

Simple, Simple, Simple

Even better was that with the exception of liquid smoke, I had all the ingredients in my fridge and pantry. And liquid smoke was easy to find in my local grocery store. All I had to do was combine the ingredients and it’s done!

How to make Smoked Tuna Dip

  • First, place all the ingredients for this smoked tuna dip recipe into a large bowl.
  • Out comes the trusty hand mixer. I mix the ingredients until everything blends together.
  • Taste–I’ve been known to tweak the recipe a little with a couple extra drops of liquid smoke and Tabasco.
  • Regarding the liquid smoke, use a REALLY light hand when adding the “smoke.” That stuff can be overpowering!
  • Serve with crackers of choice.

How to serve Smoked Tuna Dip

The Smoked Tuna Dip served in the Destin, Florida, restaurants is usually served with saltine crackers (surprisingly the perfect match), but use whatever crackers you have on hand.

I think most of the restaurants leave their dip a little chunkier than mine. Personally I prefer a smoother texture. If you like a chunkier texture, spend a little less time mixing it.

Even if my version isn’t quite the same as Dewey’s, I got a thumbs up from my husband. No leftovers to take home after the party, either.

  • softened cream cheese
  • low-fat sour cream
  • chopped scallions
  • lemon zest
  • minced garlic cloves
  • black pepper and salt to taste
  • Tuna Creations BOLD Sriracha from StarKist

Begin with a medium-sized mixing bowl and add 8 ounces of softened cream cheese.

Add 1/2 cup of low-fat sour cream, 1/2 bunch of chopped scallions, 1/2 tsp of lemon zest, and 3 cloves minced garlic and cream together.

Add black pepper and salt to taste and mix.

Add 2 pouches of Tuna Creations BOLD Sriracha from StarKist and fold in without breaking.

Simple prep-time! Serve with water biscuits, crackers, or celery sticks. Enjoy!

Creamy Tuna Dip with Dill

This is easy to throw together for an after-work get-together.


  • 2 (2.6 oz.) Pouches - Tuna Creations® Lemon Pepper
  • 1 package (8 oz.) light cream cheese
  • 1 &frasl2 cup light mayonnaise
  • 1 &frasl2 cup light sour cream
  • 2 green onions, white and green parts, cut in 1-inch pieces
  • 2 tsp. dried dill weed


  • In a food processor bowl with metal blade, place tuna, cream cheese, mayonnaise, sour cream, onions and dill. Pulse on and off until well blended.
  • Pour into small bowl chill several hours or overnight before serving. Serve with cut vegetables or crackers.

Recipe Nutrition Information

When using 2 (2.6 oz.) Pouches - Tuna Creations® Lemon Pepper

Servings Per Container: 12
When using 2 (2.6 oz.) Pouches - Tuna Creations® Lemon Pepper Serving Size: 54g
Amount Per ServingDV%*
Total Fat7g11% 7g
Saturated Fat3g15% 3g
Trans Fat0g 0g
Cholesterol20mg7% 20mg
Sodium230mg10% 230mg
Total Carbohydrate3g1% 3g
Dietary Fiber0g0%
Sugars2g 2g
Vitamin A 6%
Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 8%
Iron 2%

*The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

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Tuna Creations® Lemon Pepper

Tuna Creations® Lemon Pepper

Under 100 calories, this pouch features select cuts of premium tuna seasoned with zesty lemon and black pepper flavor.

Beat the brandy and cream cheese to a smooth and creamy consistency. Blend in the sour cream and mayonnaise. Mix in the tuna and green onion, blending well. Add the remaining ingredients and blend until almost smooth. May be served at room temperature or chilled. Makes about 2 1/2 cups of dip. SUGGESTED DIPPERS: Onion Crackers, French Bread Cubes, Cheese Crackers, Celery Root, Cucumber, Radishes, Monterey Jack Cheese Sticks


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Calories per serving: 339

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1 cup Fusia Light Soy Sauce

2 fillets Specially Selected Ahi Tuna, thawed

2 cups hardwood smoking chips, soaked overnight

3 teaspoons Stonemill Ground Thyme, divided *

8 ounces Happy Farms Soft Spread Onion and Chive Cream Cheese

3 tablespoons Countryside Creamery Heavy Whipping Cream

1/4 cup Burman's Mayonnaise

4 teaspoons Burman's Hot Sauce

1/4 cup plus 2 tablespoons diced red onion

2 tablespoons chopped parsley

1/2 teaspoon Stonemill Iodized Salt

1/2 teaspoon Stonemill Ground Black Pepper

6 ounces Specially Selected Rosemary Artisan Crackers *

*These are Seasonal items that are only in stores for a limited time and may no longer be available.

Easy Tuna Dip Recipe

This post is sponsored by Chicken of the Sea. All opinions are my own.

I don’t usually post a Thanksgiving recipe this week because I like to assume we’ve all committed to our menus by this point! But I know something that I wouldn’t turn down right now is a super fast, easy, healthful appetizer recipe that could be made with pantry staples in 5 minutes flat. Tell you more? Of course.

There aren’t too many canned foods that I keep on hand, but canned tuna is one of them. Those of you who have been hanging out here for a while know I have loved canned tuna as long as I can remember. And I thank my lucky stars that all of my kids love it, too. Tuna is the reason I have mayo in the fridge. It saves me when I have no idea what to make for lunch when there’s nothing in the fridge. Tuna adds protein to my salads and even my stir-fries when I need it. And I genuinely love it out of the can with a fork, although I like it better in an avocado half with a squirt of sriracha. One of my favorite salads ever is the Italian Tuna Salad with White Beans in my cookbook. Then there’s the Nicoise Salad on my website – a summer staple. My son is obsessed with my tuna patties.

I also recommend canned tuna for anyone who wants an economical, wild-caught, high Omega-3 fish. Chicken of the Sea recently reached out to me knowing that I am a canned tuna fan and offered to share their newly formulated chunk light tuna, which they proudly conveyed to me has improved texture and taste, as well as more chunks of tuna. Honestly, I already like all kinds of tuna, so what I was more interested in was:

And Chicken of the Sea has tracking system in place which I didn’t even know existed. You can trace the source of your fish from the code on the bottom of the can. I tried it and it worked. Very cool!

I am sharing a recipe I grew up with but tweaked a little to make it even more nutritious, but just as easy and tasty. It’s a version of an Italian tuna spread called Crema di Tonno or Mousse di Tonno. It is usually made with oil-packed tuna and either mayonnaise, butter, or soft kind of soft, spreadable cheese. You blend it in a food processor with some capers, lemon juice and anchovies, although I think you could easily do without them. So easy! We would serve this dip with crostini (i.e. toast.) Instead, I am swapping cooked white beans for the mayo and I am using Chicken of the Sea chunk light tuna in water plus additional olive oil. Not only was this dip I actually like this version better because it is less loose than the kind I remember, and more spreadable.

Photography by Devon Francis

I love anything on toast, but to make this more appealing to the gluten-free and grain-free folks, I serve the dip with fresh, crunchy crudites. Cucumber, endive, carrots and celery are all no brainers. But bell pepper, boiled potatoes (remember the Nicoise salad mentioned above) and cherry tomatoes would all be a perfect match. I would absolutely serve this with drinks on Thanksgiving, any holiday gathering, or general entertaining! So when you’re picking up those last minute items for your holiday meal, don’t forget to grab a few cans of Chicken of the Sea chunk light tuna. You’ll always have a way to enjoy it! Here’s wishing you all a very happy Thanksgiving!


Tuna Salad Sandwich cans of Albacore Tuna in Olive oil, mash the Tuna with 4 mashed hard boiled Eggs , 1 cup of my Homemade Mayonnaise, 2 minced Garlic cloves, 1 minced Shallot, 1 Teaspoon of Dijon Mustard,1 quarter teaspoon of my homemade hot sauce 1 Teaspoon of capers, 2 springs of chopped fresh Dill, 2 Tablespoons of chopped Dill Pickles, 4 chopped Celery Stalks, 1 Tablespoon of dried Parsley, 2 Tablespoons of Lemon juice, 1 Teaspoon of Sea Salt, 1 Tablespoon of fresh ground Black Pepper. Toast 2 slices of whole grain sourdough bread, add a slice of a Bermuda onion, a slice of sharp cheddar slices of heirloom tomatoes, and romaine lettuce Place the Tuna Salad in bread, and enjoy with a mug of Heineken beer.

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Clamato® Tuna and Rice Stuffed Peppers

A healthy twist on a comfort food classic. Fresh, tender green bell peppers are stuffed with Clamato® rice, tuna and onions, then baked and topped with melted Tillamook® cheddar.

Step 1

Step 1 -- Preheat oven to 350º.

Step 2

Bring 2 cups of Clamato® to a boil in a medium saucepan.

Step 2 -- Bring 2 cups of Clamato® to a boil in a medium saucepan.

Step 3

Add rice and simmer until liquid is absorbed. Remove from heat and allow to cool.

Step 3 -- Add rice and simmer until liquid is absorbed. Remove from heat and allow to cool.

Step 4

Slice the top (upper third) off each pepper (reserve tops) and clean out membranes and seeds.

Step 4 -- Slice the top (upper third) off each pepper (reserve tops) and clean out membranes and seeds.

Step 5

Pour the reserved ½ cup of Clamato® in a half pan and place the peppers inside.

Step 5 -- Pour the reserved ½ cup of Clamato® in a half pan and place the peppers inside.

Step 6

Dice green pepper tops and place ½ cup into a mixing bowl. Add rice, tuna, tomato, onion and spices. Fold ingredients until mixed.

Step 6 -- Dice green pepper tops and place ½ cup into a mixing bowl. Add rice, tuna, tomato, onion and spices. Fold ingredients until mixed.

Step 7

Place 1/6 rice mixture into each pepper. Pack tightly.

Step 7 -- Place 1/6 rice mixture into each pepper. Pack tightly.

Step 8

Bake for 30 minutes, covered.

Step 8 -- Bake for 30 minutes, covered.

Step 9

Remove foil, top each pepper with 1/6 of the shredded cheddar.

Step 9 -- Remove foil, top each pepper with 1/6 of the shredded cheddar.

Step 10

Bake for an additional 5 minutes, until cheese has melted.

Step 10 -- Bake for an additional 5 minutes, until cheese has melted.

Step 11

Place two peppers on each plate to serve

Step 11 -- Place two peppers on each plate to serve


  • 2 1/2 cup(s) Clamato® Tomato Cocktail
  • 1 cup(s) Savor Imports® Cooked White Rice
  • 12 oz. StarKist® Chunk Light Tuna in Water, Drained
  • 6 ea Maglio Companies® Pepper, Green
  • 1 ea Maglio Companies® Tomato, Diced
  • 1/2 cup(s) Maglio Companies® Onion, Sweet, Diced
  • 1/2 tsp Garlic Powder
  • 1 tsp Oragano
  • 1 tsp Chili Powder
  • 1/2 cup(s) Tillamook Medium Cheddar Shreds, Yellow

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Layer this turkey summer salad by starting with crisp, fresh iceberg lettuce. Once you top it with diced cucumber, juicy julienne turkey strips, spicy jalapeno shredded cheese, tender black beans, flame roasted corn and slow roasted tomatoes, it becomes a masterpiece. The final touch is the picante salsa, zesty guacamole and creamy, tart Greek yogurt.

Flaky chunk light tuna is combined with creamy mayonnaise, crispy diced celery, chopped onion and sweet pickle relish to make a flavorful salad. Then it's layered in a clear cup with garbanzos, fresh red peppers, red cabbage, julienne carrots and chopped romaine. It's pretty as a picture and fun to eat.

This easy to make, better-for-you salad boasts of quality yellow fin tuna dressed with a smooth white balsamic shallot vinaigrette and adorned with carrot, celery, cavatelli pasta and slow roasted tomato wedges.

When you combine the delicate flaked tuna with pecans, cranberries, mayonnaise and dill you create a memorable sandwich. A tender corn dusted Kaiser holds this tasty combo together.

Root beer and BBQ sauce are a perfect match. See how they match up with this roasted turkey sandwich and how they meld with the blueberry pomegranate vinaigrette spiked cabbage. The tender brioche bun holds this amazingness together.

Celebrate Spring with this mouthwatering pasta favorite! Kicked up a couple of notches with hot sauce and spicy bloody Mary mix, balanced with a creamy Romano sauce.

Start your busy day of Sunday football with brunch in a glass. A spicy Clamato based Bloody Mary is enhanced with a tasty sandwich that is packed full of sausage and melted sharp cheese. This combo will have you shouting “TOUCHDOWN!”

Celebrate a “touch of the Irish” with this classic cocktail. Smooth Irish whiskey with sweet and sour mixers and a fresh lime garnish. Just a touch of green food color commemorates a fun-filled traditional holiday libation.

Spice up your Five O’ Clock with a sweet and sassy twist to a mint julep. Sweet fresh strawberries and crisp jalapeno play well with the mint and bourbon. You will forget all about your bad day after 1…2…3 glasses

Juicy grilled chicken fills out this savory-spicy shareable treat. Fortified with chunky green chili salsa, seasoned beans and jalapeno cheeses then wrapped and griddled in a jalapeno cheddar tortilla.

Just when you thought a slider couldn’t get any better, here is one that is in the better-for-you category. Tender slices of turkey are arranged on a fluffy pancake with a sliced strawberry and honey-sriracha topping. A little melty cheese and you are on the way to start your day.

This healthy twist to a deep-fried chicken sandwich will make you feel like you’re cheating on your diet. Grilled chicken is paired with lean turkey bacon, sharp Cheddar and maple spread on a brioche bun then topped with an egg. Take this healthier grilled approach to solve your fried chicken cravings.

All the flavors of a shrimp alfredo on a flatbread! This crispy favorite is laden with a garlicky alfredo sauce, rich whole milk mozzarella, delicate sweet shrimp and crisp bacon, baked to golden and served hot and tasty.

Succulent, crispy, breaded spicy chicken is sliced and loaded onto fresh greens, with cherry tomatoes, and cucumber slices. Freshly made crispy garlic croutons, tangy pepper Jack cheese and heavenly Hidden Valley® blue cheese dressing round out the dish.

This unique cobb salad has all the elements you crave. Fresh turkey breast, diced tomatoes, hard boiled eggs, crisp bacon pieces and more. Hidden Valley® Original Ranch® dressing has the ideal creaminess to perfect this flavorful summer salad.

In this better-for-you salad, juicy grilled sliced turkey is piled high over arugula with fresh corn, radishes, tomatoes and cheddar. Served with a tangy creamy avocado lime Greek yogurt dressing.

All the flavors of your favorite Bloody Mary combined with chicken wings. Juicy homestyle breaded boneless wings are glazed in a versatile sweet, spicy, and savory Bloody Mary sauce and served in a salt rimmed bowl. No straw needed.

Check out this crazy-easy wing sauce your customers will love. Silky garlic Parmesan sauce married with fiery chili garlic sauce. Bathe your juicy fried smoked applewood wings in this sauce and serve. Can’t get much easier or more divine!

Sink your crispy bread into this luscious dip consisting of tender spinach leaves and golden bacon with flavors of garlic and basil. The gooey cheese combo makes this a craveable appetizer or starter before any meal.

These smoky applewood wings are cooked to a crisp and juicy perfection and then coated with a unique blend of tamarind, lemon, black pepper, toffee and chocolate.

Nothing better in this world than bacon! This delicious and refreshing Bloody Mary has bacon infused into the vodka. It is then combined with a tangy Bloody Mary mix and served in a salt rimmed glass with lime, celery, olives and of course, more bacon!

Slurp away on this blended drink of piña colada mix with rum and blue raspberry mix. Serve this concoction with pineapple chunks and berries to snack on while sunning. It will take you back to the islands.

This unique drink blend combines the flavors of a typical margarita with the sassy addition of Mai Tai. This drink mash-up boasts the flavors of rum, gold tequila, margarita mix and Mai Tai mix and is served with pineapple wedges and limes.

Pieces of rich salted caramel brownie and chewy bacon, baked with flakey croissants in custard and glazed with apricot & lemon, served with a creamy vanilla sauce.

A classic sandwich with a special spicy "Philly" twist. Tender steak loaded with grilled poblano peppers and red onions draped with melted jalapeño cheese sauce carried on a premium hoagie roll. Topped off with zesty pepperoni to give it a proper "Philly" attitude!

The flavors of huevos rancheros in a burger! A kicked up cheese sauce is created with green chilies, fire roasted tomatoes and fiery queso and it's then draped over a juicy flame grilled burger on a tender toasted potato bun with a chutney cilantro mayonnaise, avocado and a fresh egg.

A boozy treat reminiscent of years gone by. Saucy sweet cherries infused with lemon zest and rum, combined with semi-sweet chocolate and sweet cream, poured over French vanilla ice cream and finished with cobbler crust crumble and whipped cream.

Lemon, pure vanilla and oat milk-soaked pound cake layered with a luscious non-dairy whipped cream, black raspberry topping and freshly minted strawberries.

Flavors of the deep south are combined for a unique breakfast sandwich great for any hotel breakfast buffet or Sunday brunch. An ultra crispy country fried steak is smothered with a creamy and spicy pimento cheese sauce and then sandwiched between two tender buttermilk waffles. Good Morning!

Juicy roasted turkey medallions are generously topped with a garlicky Italian tomato basil salsa and finished with a silky buttery cheesy scampi sauce.

A healthy spin on a classic mac and cheese dish. Savory carved turkey breast with perfectly cooked pasta, tender spinach and a better-for-you cracked black pepper, yogurt-based garlic parmesan cheese sauce.

This indulgent dish has just enough healthy touches to make it worth cheating. We use healthy oat milk and wheatberry bread and pair it with strawberry cheesecake. The chocolate flavors will make you feel like royalty.

A German and Swiss favorite. Golden brown parmesan-breaded veal cutlets are perched on a traditional German style crispy potato pancake and then topped with a flavorful and decadent wild mushroom sauce.

The chicken and the egg are back together! A classic French dish with a twist. Juicy slices of breaded ham and cheese-filled chicken breast are nestled atop a buttery flaky croissant, topped with delicate poached eggs and finished with a rich creamy Swiss cheese sauce.

Luscious jalapeño mesquite smoked sausage, smoky rope sausage and juicy plant based Italian sausage slices are arranged around a rich velvety Jack and gouda mustard cheese sauce. This plate is also adorned with crisp apples and celery sticks which are also for dipping. A perfect shareable starter for any occasion.

Succulent beef meatballs are seared and served with a savory curry infused tomato sauce. The flavors of lime, garam masala and coconut milk season the sauce and a whole milk Greek yogurt dip with fresh mint and some cheesy garlic toast makes this dish a craveable starter.

Crispy golden brown potato skins are mounded with zesty Korean gochujang glazed beef and decorated with pickled red onions, fresh cilantro and a lime yogurt dip. The perfect addition to any banquet starter or restaurant happy hour menu.

Juicy smoked sausage, tender chicken and sirloin steak make up this incredible Asian inspired hot pot. With a honey pepper glaze and crispy Thai vegetable potstickers, you’re going to want to share this with the one you love.

A spin on a romantic Italian classic! Perfectly portioned rich chocolate pound cake is layered with vanilla yogurt, chocolate syrup and cool vanilla bean ice cream, then finished off with Italian espresso and extra creamy whipped topping.

This unique sandwich is a mash-up of a Po' boy and a Banh Mi. Introducing the Crabless Banh Po' Boy, a combination of crab flavors with a zing of pickled vegetables. All piled onto a dark honey wheat hoagie and drizzled with a Cajun-Asian aioli.

A sweet and spicy taste bud adventure. This juicy pub style burger on a tender ancient grain bun is slathered with a peppery chocolate BBQ Sauce and finished with crispy bacon, spicy jalapeños and a decadent sprinkling of chocolate peanut butter cups.

Comforting and savory fusion this plant-based homestyle entrée is perfect for Lent- both satisfying and healthy. Tender meatless meatballs are roasted and paired with a sweet chili spiced marinara and served over a rich goat cheese mashed cauliflower.

Spice up your game day with this amazing new favorite. Tender pieces of chicken in a hearty bean chili with a spicy bloody mary twist. Warm jalapeño cornbread rounds out the heat for this winning combo.

Try this cheeseburger mash-up for game day. Juicy grilled sirloin steak generously piled on to a cheesy crisp flatbread crust with ketchup and mustard rolled and sliced into pinwheels. A creamy sweet and spicy dipping sauce is served alongside for the winning score.

A crispy thin flatbread crust is slathered in Nashville hot BBQ sauce and loaded with kickin' Nashville hot chicken, chunky Italian sausage and authentic pepperoni. To finish, it is laden with zesty jalapeño cheese and baked to a crispy finish.

Make your St. Patty's Day special with this Irish twist on traditional bread pudding. A glorious rich custard is combined with cinnamon chips, raisins and buttery cinnamon raisin bread with a touch of Irish whiskey. The chocolate yogurt whiskey drizzle is the crowning touch to this unique dessert that will warm the heart and spirit.

A sweet and fiery global wing sauce made from a gochujang pepper sauce and honey sriracha sauce Gochu-Racha. With generously doused crispy caramelized bone-in wings served with an umami-packed blue cheese yogurt dip. Get your game on!