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Dip in! Thick and satisfying beer-and-cheese fondue (which, as the name suggests, calls for two kinds of cheese and two cups of beer), adds a hearty start to your affair. Mix ahead and then warm up this appetizer in a slow cooker at dinner time.
Smooth eggplant is the star of this dip, which also features zippy garlic, salt, and olive oil. Sweet red peppers and parsley add subtle flavoring. The best part? This recipe can freeze for up to 3 months.
A light and refreshing way to begin dinner, these tomato-topped tarts feature light flavors, such as garlic, ground black pepper, olive oil, and roma tomatoes. A make-ahead dressing features cream cheese, ranch salad dressing, Parmesan cheese, and parsley.
Transform frozen wheat bread dough into a special Thanksgiving appetizer in no time. With chopped nuts or seeds, an egg, water, and mustard, you can enhance the harvest, wholesome flavors in this easy appetizer.
A light shopping trip is all you need to collect the ingredients in this delightful bite. You make the chimichurri sauce from scratch, but you'll be amazed that sweet rice vinegar is the most out-there ingredient. Bonus: This appetizer can be made the morning of and refrigerated for zero on-the-spot prep.
Take basic smokies up a sweet bacon-enhanced notch with a slice of bacon and a light coating of brown sugar. So easy and so simple you can make it the day before your dinner.
A sweet appetizer? Why not. Low-calorie, sweet-savory popcorn is a cinch to make in bulk and can be stored in an airtight container for up to one week.
Phyllo dough never had it so good. These easy, make-ahead tartlets (you can freeze them for up to 3 months), feature toffee pieces, bittersweet chocolate, and basic baking ingredients stuffed into phyllo dough. It's a touch of sweet before the main course arrives.
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