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Start your holiday party with this surprisingly easy appetizer. These dried apricots topped with blue cheese, candied walnuts, and fresh rosemary are an elegant addition to any buffet table.
We've put a tart twist on a party classic with these quick and saucy sausages. Ready in 20 minutes, they can be served immediately or toted to your event in a slow cooker.
Steamed asparagus is wrapped in provolone cheese and prosciutto, then drizzled with olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
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Sweet edamame soybeans take the place of chickpeas in our easy hummus recipe. Green onions, lemongrass, and fresh ginger add bright flavors to this smart party dip that pairs perfectly with your favorite crunchy vegetable dippers.
We've taken the classic Vietnamese Banh Mi sandwich and transported it to the appetizer table with ham, carrots, cucumbers, and cilantro atop a crunchy baguette. Add jalapeños and serve with lime wedges for a light and spicy flavor kick.
Our bright and juicy tomato and basil toss matches the colors of the season. Mozzarella pearls and balsamic vinegar add fresh Mediterranean flavor to this quick dish that can be served as a light appetizer or salad.
Sugar and rosemary come together with a hint of cayenne and vanilla to turn regular pecans into a crunchy, flavor-packed snack guests will love.
Mangos and peppers join tomatoes and avocados in our spicy-sweet guacamole recipe. The dip gets its subtle nutty flavor from jicama, a Mexican vegetable similar to a cross between a turnip and a potato and available in most supermarkets.
The retro-cool wedge salad gets a mini makeover in our easy appetizer that's loaded with creamy blue cheese dressing, bits of thick-sliced bacon, and chopped fresh tomatoes.
Crispy baked tortillas are the base for this Tex-Mex appetizer. Loaded with chorizo, avocado, and chunky salsa, these zesty pizzas are perfect for sharing.
Low on time? In only 15 minutes you'll have an easy dip for shrimp that gives guests two options -- a bold horseradish sour cream or a traditional cocktail sauce.
A food processor does the legwork on the cheese wafers -- just combine, roll, chill, and bake. Jalapeño pepper jelly adds a savory-sweet finish.
Thread (bare) rosemary stems with sliced provolone cheese, pepperoni, and Kalamata olives for a tasty appetizer the whole group will love.
Four ingredients and 17 minutes start-to-finish provide a healthy, zippy appetizer that's perfect for grazing.
Brie cheese is baked with a topping of orange marmalade, brown sugar, and pecans.
Delicate lettuce wraps are filled with coleslaw mix, water chestnuts, green onion, and fresh cilantro. Asian sweet chili sauce adds a delightful kick.
Fresh pear slices are topped with tangy blue cheese, toasted walnuts, and a zingy pear liqueur-mustard dressing.
With only 15 minutes of prep time, this rich spread for toasted baguette slices is easy to make and hard to resist.
Garlic breadsticks are topped with melted butter and a sprinkling of Parmesan cheese, then wrapped with bacon before baking.
This dessert is so easy you can make it in the microwave -- honey-graham rice cakes are topped with melted dark chocolate, light cream cheese, fresh berries, and a dash of cocoa powder.
Hummus, pesto, and artichokes replace traditional chip toppings for a more sophisticated nacho.
Two classic favorites -- chocolate and peanut butter -- come together for this rich and creamy dessert. Serve it with fresh strawberries, sliced banana, and angel food cake.
A toasted baguette is topped with diced tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, red onion, fresh basil, and pepper tossed in olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
In a time crunch? It takes just five minutes to make this snack mix of cinnamon-flavored oat square cereal, baked apple pieces, pistachio nuts, and golden raisins.
A sprinkling of Parmesan cheese, Italian seasoning, and crushed red pepper jazzes up popcorn.
This zesty cheese fondue is even tastier with crusty French bread cubes or tortilla chips.