Southern candied pecans are a perfect make-ahead holiday gift for your friends and family. They’re super simple to make, and stay deliciously crunchy when packaged in airtight containers.
These tender and flavorful turkey meatballs glazed with a sweet savory sauce will be a winner at your next holiday gathering.
Easy Cheesy Sausage Balls are a perfect appetizer. With only three ingredients, these little gems have it all. They’re super simple to make, taste incredible warm or at room temperature, freeze beautifully, and are just as good reheated. Who could ask for more?
If you’re looking for a spooktacularly delicious and adorable appetizer to make for your Halloween party, you should definitely try this Jack O’Lantern Black Bean Dip. All by itself, the Black Bean Dip incredible, but when paired with a carved yellow bell pepper, it’s a show-stopper!
For a quick bite during the hectic Halloween season, grab a delicious Jack O’Lantern Ham and Swiss Hand Pie. They are way easier to make than carving a pumpkin, and taste as good as they look!
Monster Munch is perfect if you’re looking for an easy, no cook treat for an afternoon snack, Halloween party, or trick or treat surprise for neighborhood kids young and old. It is sweet and salty, and can be made with any combination of cereals, salty munchies, candies and nuts.
You get home late from work, and the question is – what’s for dinner? You open the refrigerator and see wonton wrappers, leftover ricotta cheese, leftover meat sauce, and shredded mozzarella cheese. The answer is clear – these absolutely delicious Lasagna Cups!
These flavorful spring rolls are packed with healthy vegetables and fried to a crispy, golden brown. They make a delectable appetizer or perfect addition to Asian-inspired meals. They are easy to make, albeit a bit time-consuming, and freeze beautifully.
Bang Bang Chicken is a perfect appetizer for any occasion. It features extra crispy chicken bites drizzled with an amazing creamy sweet chili sauce. On top of that, it’s quick and easy to prepare!
Antojitos means “little cravings”. It is typically sold as Mexican street food to be eaten at other than a main meal. If you serve Mini Antojitos as an appetizer, be prepared for them to literally fly off the plate. What’s even better – they can be made ahead of time, frozen, and reheated.