Kentucky Derby Recipes: Top 10 Recipe Ideas
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Whether you're hosting a Kentucky Derby party this year or you want to make a simple meal at home to celebrate and watch the races on TV, these easy Kentucky Derby recipes have you covered! From the very best mint julep recipes to a new take on the traditional Kentucky hot brown, you and your gang will love these festive ideas.
Burgoo is a big favorite for Kentucky Derby-watching parties, and our version of Easy Kentucky Burgoo make this hearty stew even simpler to pull off. And whether for the big race or anytime at all, it's a one-pot that always satisfies.
Our bourbon-laced homemade marinade can turn any steak from ho-hum to wow! With a smoky richness that tenderizes our meat, as well, it's an unbeatable grilling recipe that'll please your gang or impress your company!
Light and sweet Mint Julep Balls are the perfect treat for a Kentucky Derby party...or any party at all! This recipe yields about three dozen balls, so bring a big appetite!
Whether you're throwing a Kentucky Derby party or you just love the flavors in a traditional Mint Julep, you're going to love these Mint Julep Brownies.
You don't have to be a horse fan, or even be from Kentucky, to enjoy this Kentucky-famous Derby Chocolate Pie. This chocolate pecan pie is perfect from the first bite, till the one in which you're scraping the edges of the pie plate.
Fishing through your recipes for a spread that will really hook your guests? Look no more 'cause our "Off the Hook" Cocktail Spread is a winner in taste and presentation. If they fill up on this, you might even be "off the hook" for dinner!
These pint-size ryes are a favorite finger food for parties. And they're so easy to whip up ahead of time without any hassle. Whether you're planning for the Kentucky Derby or a regular party, cooking these takes just ten minutes.
Any time you're longing for the tastes of your favorite dinner, mix up Turkey Stuffing Meatballs; they're great for the derby and it's so easy to get your turkey and stuffing rolled into one!
The next time you get the urge to snack, why not bake up a batch of our Baked Zucchini Chips? These zucchini chips are healthier for you and they're so tasty! They're also great for parties or for eating alongside dinner. It's the perfect Kentucky Derby recipe because zucchini is in the beginning of its season!
A little goes a long way with small appetizer bites that are big on taste. Our Broccoli and Cheese Bites made from convenient refrigerated biscuits that're filled with diced ham, mozzarella string cheese and chopped frozen broccoli are sure to be crowd pleasers.
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