Get your party started with easy and delicious finger foods. Our appetizers, snacks, and bite-size sweets are easy to make and fun to enjoy while mingling.
Combine two beloved foods -- pizza and tacos! It's a party food that's easy to make and eat. Top tortillas with melted cheese, chorizo, avocado, and salsa, or set out ingredients and let guests customize slices.
Who doesn't love a homemade doughnut? These doughnut holes have apple cider and real apples in the recipe, making for lots of flavor in each bite. Try our chocolate-maple or cider-caramel dipping sauces for a real treat.
Miniature s'mores broiled and then dipped in chocolate make excellent grab-and-go desserts. Bonus: Learn how to make our Grown-Up S'mores with orange, raspberries, and rosemary, as well as our White Chocolate-and-Jam S'mores.
Try a fun party dessert for adults -- mini milkshakes! With coffee liqueur mixed in and chocolate garnishes on top, you can't go wrong.
Cheese-stuffed sausage slider patties pair well with our apple-fennel slaw. So much flavor in such a small party appetizer.
Easy to whip up in a pinch, bruschetta is a great party food to have mastered. We show you how to make this flavorful dish step-by-step.
Cheesy, creamy mashed potatoes topped with bacon -- what more can you ask for in a hearty and comforting dip? With slow cooker prep, this dish is easy to make and enjoy. Try adding blue cheese for a little more bold flavor.
Chile powder is the secret ingredient in these chocolaty morsels. Cinnamon, chocolate, and hints of spice pair perfectly with a shot of ice cold milk, and guests will love this unique take on milk and cookies.
Mini quiche -- a standby appetizer for a reason. Give these bite-size hors d'oeuvres a trendy update with the addition of Sriracha sauce. Spicy, cheesy, and savory -- there's nothing not to love.
These flaky empanadas are oozing with cumin-coated pork that's simmered in a slew of savory spices. Cool them down with fresh pico de gallo. Be sure to set out more than one bowl of pico so your guests can easily dunk away.
Brown-sugary churros are a happy addition any dessert tray. Make yours party-ready by decking them out in our fabulous glazes: orange, lime and pistachio, birthday cake, and Mexican chocolate.
Easy-to-scoop snack mix is a party essential. This ultracheesy version features a crispy assortment of rice cereal, crackers, nuts, and mini breadsticks. Coat it lightly in Italian dressing and grated Parmesan.
Want a dip that's a little more special? Try a crab dip -- we've got the secrets.
Get the party poppin' with a batch of jalapeno-peach wontons. The restaurant-worthy poppers are crisp and golden on the outside and sweet and snappy on the inside.
Liven up your fiesta with a tray of feisty fajita bites. The perfect-size wraps feature lime-zest chicken and colorfully crisp peppers. Serve alongside a spicy bowl of salsa.
The salty-sweet flavor of sausage links wrapped in bacon is addictive. Make them a day ahead so they're ready to pop in the oven just before party time.
Marvelous milk chocolate meshes with sweet strawberry jam in these flaky pastries. Cut them in half to show off the filling and make the turnovers even more party-friendly.
Hot and hearty, these poppers are easy to make on the grill or in the broiler. Filled with ground beef, Spanish rice, cheese, raisins, and olives, the stuffed jalapeno peppers offer bite-size bursts of flavor.
Nestle traditional Greek Kasseri or feta cheese inside these meatballs before tossing them in your slow cooker for an easy make-ahead appetizer. A homemade Mediterranean tomato sauce drizzled on top heightens the flavor.
A batch of these ooey-gooey banana bars will be gone before you know it. Smeared in lush, rum-laden frosting and garnished with sweet banana slices, what's not to love?
The zippy flavor of lemon peel and mixed herbs guarantees this party mix will be a major hit. Save any leftovers for an easy on-the-go snack.
Wow your guests with homemade whole wheat pretzels. With only 55 calories per serving, they'll make a healthy option for your dinner party. For a savory dipping sauce, offer a few varieties of mustard, such as coarse ground, Dijon, and classic yellow.
Give traditional chicken wings a sweet-spicy attitude with Asian flavoring and a splash of fizzy cola. The saucy goodness is worth using a few napkins.
Editor's Tip: For an easy dip, mix together a second batch of the marinade.