14 Muffin Tin Appetizers to Try Now
Chicken-Feta Phyllo Cups with Tzatziki Sauce
Bursting with fresh Mediterranean flavors, these phyllo cups are a bright addition to any appetizer spread. Chicken and couscous salad are tucked inside warm phyllo dough, then topped with tangy tzatziki sauce.
Pepperoni Pizza Cups
Perfect for game day, these pepperoni pizza cups are a guaranteed crowd-pleaser. Guests get all of the pizza goodness without committing to a whole slice.
Tuscan Mac and Cheese Cups
Mac and cheese isn't just for kids. These Tuscan mac and cheese cups feature grown-up ingredients -- like tender kale and salty prosciutto -- to complement a creamy Gorgonzola and Fontina cheese sauce. These rich ingredients make a hearty appetizer -- so plan to serve one muffin cup per guest.
Muffin Pan Tuna Melts
These tuna melts are hearty yet healthy. One muffin cup packs 190 calories and 11 grams of protein.
Mini Turkey Meat Loaves with Fiery Tunisian Sauce
Don't let size fool you: These mini meat loaves pack a powerful punch. Their fiery sauce is made with coriander, cayenne pepper, cumin, and allspice. Serve with toothpicks directly from the muffin tin for easy cleanup.
Crab-Shrimp Cakes with Mango-Cucumber Salsa
Impress your guests with these wow-worthy crab cakes. Making them in a muffin tin ensures each cake is exactly the same size.
Ham and Swiss Quiche Cups
Frozen appetizers are easy to make, but they don't quite taste the same as homemade. Instead of heading to the store, whip up a batch of these quiche cups that can be stored in the freezer up to 1 month. Simply defrost, bake, and serve.
Meat Loaf Muffins
Need an appetizer that can double as a meal? We've got you covered! These muffins start with hearty meat loaf, then add on creamy mashed potatoes and a sweet cranberry-tomato sauce.
Zucchini Cakes with Mushroom Ragout
Reimagine basic corn muffin mix with the help of zucchini, cheese, and cayenne pepper, then top with a mushroom and pepper sauce. Your vegetarian friends will thank you.
So-Easy Edible Bowls from a Muffin Tin
Your muffin tin works just as well upside down. Flip the tin to make easy biscuit, bacon, and cookie dough bowls.
Maple-Corn Muffin and Sausage Sandwiches
Serve breakfast flavors any time of day with these maple sliders. Sausage and apple slices nestle between a freshly baked corn muffin with a drizzle of maple syrup.
Italian Quiche Cups
These quiche cups are the perfect appetizer. They're easy to eat, full of Italian flavor, and come in under 200 calories.
Savory Stromboli Cups
The secret to these stromboli cups? Store-bought pizza dough. With only six ingredients and a 25-minute prep, you'll be party-ready with time to spare.
Looking for something sweet? These tassies harness the flavors of Baklava in a single bite.