Friday Recipe Roundup: Holiday Recipes and Budget-friendly Bites


Every week we’ll round up some of the best recipes, food writing, cooking tricks and drinking tips that every college student should know about.  Here’s what’s cooking in virtual kitchens around the web this week.

It’s the final stretch of school, and with passover and easter this weekend, we have a mix of budget and holiday-friendly recipes for you this week! It’s true, we’ve thought of everything.

— Melissa Tovin, Small Kitchen College Contributor

**SKC Picks**

If your budget is dwindling towards the end of the school year check out this lasagna recipe that will hardly set you back.

You want a little more gourmet, yet still affordable? Try making an asparagus galette with gruyere cheese that will still be friendly on your wallet.

Macaroons are a classic passover treat and the addition of some tart raspberries make the perfect combo for these raspberry coconut macaroons.

My personal favorite flourless dessert is flourless chocolate cake, and David Lebovitz definitely makes the best one.

Cadbury creme eggs are awesome and now they’re even better in cupcake form!

Originally posted on Friday, April 6th, 2012

4 Responses to “Friday Recipe Roundup: Holiday Recipes and Budget-friendly Bites”

  1. vicki

    April 10th, 2012

    Where can I find the recipe for the macaroons pictured here? Please they look so good.

  2. Lily

    April 10th, 2012

    Hey Vicki! Here they are — they’re BGSK’s Chocolate Chip Macaroons: http://www.biggirlssmallkitchen.com/2009/04/potluck-parties-unleavened-treats.html

  3. vicki

    April 10th, 2012

    TY TY TY TY TY :)

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