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Chicken Puffs for Baby Shower

Here’s one of the most common baby shower recipes:

· Chicken Puffs

Ingredients:

4 tbsp butter ½ cup boiling water ½ cup flour 2 eggs ½ cup shredded cheese 2 cups cooked chicken 2 tbsp olives 2 tbsp wine ¼ cup mayonnaise

1. Melt butter in boiling water.

2. Add flour.

3. Stir vigorously . . . → Read More: Chicken Puffs for Baby Shower

Creamy Tomato Soup for Baby Shower

Here’s one of the most common baby shower recipes:

· Creamy Tomato Soup

Ingredients:

1 tsp vegetable oil 1 can tomato soup (condensed) Milk 1 tbsp basil Mozarella or croutons (for toppings)

1. Heat vegetable oil in a medium saucepan.

2. Add the tomato soup.

3. Add milk (approximately the same amount as that . . . → Read More: Creamy Tomato Soup for Baby Shower

Cheese Balls for Baby Shower

Here’s one of the most common baby shower recipes:

Cheese Balls

Ingredients:

½ lb cheese (cheddar or grated) 1 tsp Worcestershire sauce 1 pack cream cheese 4 oz Tabasco sauce 2 tsp onion Chopped nuts 2 tsp catsup or chili sauce

1. Mix all ingredients together using a mixer or a food processor (the . . . → Read More: Cheese Balls for Baby Shower

Baby Shower Recipes

A baby shower is a kind of party that celebrates and welcomes a new member to the family. In this tradition, expectant parents usually receive gifts or money for their expected child, which, in a way, supports the parents by helping them get the things that they need for their baby (or the things that . . . → Read More: Baby Shower Recipes

Food Ideas for a Baby Shower

Below is a list of several tips and guidelines on food ideas that will surely delight your guests and the parents-to-be:

1. The baby shower food that you serve will largely depend on the time of day when it will be held. A baby shower that will be held at noon or at dinnertime usually . . . → Read More: Food Ideas for a Baby Shower

Baby Shower Food: What To Serve and How To Serve Them

A baby shower is a traditional way of celebrating the coming (or the birth) of a new baby and welcoming him or her as a new member of the family. They can be hosted and organized by anybody, usually the close friends/group of friends or relatives of the expectant parents. It was once considered improper . . . → Read More: Baby Shower Food: What To Serve and How To Serve Them