#99 The Lazy Genius Feeds a Crowd
It’s finally happening, y’all. I’m telling you how to feed a crowd this week! Or at least, I’m telling you how I feed a crowd and sharing things that are must-dos for me to keep my cool when I open our front door to welcome guests. I’m also sharing four ideas for crowdpleasers that we use at our community group when we host on Sundays.
Five ways to enjoy making dinner if you want people in your home for a meal, but you’re not loving the idea of cooking it all.
Pro tip: add salad dressing to the bottom of your serving bowl if you’re serving salad at dinner. You can listen to the Lazy Genius Makes Salad here.
When you’re building your to do list for a crowd, don’t forget to add “make a marinade.”
Change Your Life Chicken is a great actual crowdpleaser because you can make as much or as little as you need to feed your people. Plus, it’s Whole30 and Paleo compliant. Learn how to make it here.
If you want to grill chicken, here’s how I tackle grilling things.
Get breakfast for dinner ideas and inspiration here. The Pioneer Woman’s Thanksgiving breakfast casserole is a good one.
If you want to give the Greek feast a try, my favorite lazy hummus is Trader’s Joe but Smitten Kitchen’s recipe is a good one if you want to make it from scratch. I use tzatziki from Smitten Kitchen as well (just add more lemon, dill, salt, and garlic).
This pork shoulder recipe is my ride or die. It makes great tacos or nachos.