Pimiento Cheese CookiesWe used Palmetto Cheese, a South Carolina favorite, in these treats.
Chocolate-Dipped Praline PretzelsThese simple chocolate-dipped pretzels are a great grab and go option to satisfy that sweet-and-salty craving.
Pepper Jelly-Pecan RugelachPepper Jelly-Pecan Rugelach are buttery and flaky with just the right amount of sweet heat thanks to the red pepper jelly.
Mini QuichesFive ingredients and 5 minutes of baking gets you these mini quiches, tasty pastry cups filled with egg and cheese and topped with bacon.
Bacon-Wrapped FigsStuff figs with soft goat cheese and pecan halves, and then wrap in bacon for a savory-sweet appetizer.
5-Ingredient Sugar CookiesYour holiday party will be a huge hit with these elegant ornament sugar cookies.
Goat Cheese and Chocolate-Stuffed DatesWith goat cheese, dates, unsweetened chocolate and powdered sugar, you might consider this recipe a dessert masquerading as an appetizer. Either way, you’ll find these stuffed dates hard to resist.
Red Pepper-Walnut DipGuests will be surprised to learn that walnuts and raisins give this dip its unique flavor. Serve with toasted pita wedges or sourdough baguette slices.
Curried Coconut Shrimp BallsThe flavor-packed bites are a great grab-and-go option for the appetizer table.
Olive-Nut Spread SandwichesToasted pecans add a nice crunch to the olive and cream cheese spread for these tasty party sandwiches.
White Chocolate-Peppermint MousseHeavy cream, white chocolate, and peppermint extract are the only ingredients you'll need to make these cute-as-can-be dessert cups. Top with crushed peppermint candies for crunch, if desired.
Candied Hazelnut BrittleOffer a bite of something sweet to guest with this easy-to-make candy that looks beautiful on the serving table.
Goat Cheese-and-Olive Mini TartsFill frozen mini phyllo sheets with a savory mixture of goat cheese and olive tapenade for a super-quick, sophisticated appetizer.
Browned Butter-Pecan ShortbreadThese “not-too-sweet” wafers pair nicely with fruits, cheeses and wines for a cocktail buffet party.
No-Bake Peanut Butter ClustersYou might want to make an extra batch of these crispy cereal treats as they’ll get gobbled up quickly at any holiday party.
Rocky Top BrowniesTo serve at a holiday dessert party, we suggest cutting these candy-topped brownies into small squares that are easy to pick up from the platter.
Pimiento Cheese RollsServe up a twist on the Southern staple with this easy appetizer.
White Chocolate-Cherry BarkWhite chocolate, pretzels, almonds, and cherries are the stars in this sweet holiday bark.
Holiday Power MixWe used a dried fruit mix blend of blueberries, cherries, cranberries, and plums.
Duchess PotatoesA great choice for entertaining, Duchess Potatoes are cooked potatoes that are blended with egg yolks, butter and cream, piped into a decorative shape and baked.
Lemon-and-Black-Pepper Cheese StrawsUse frozen puff pastry to make these pretty twists. No one can resist a good cheese straw!
Savory Parmesan BitesThese yummy sausage cups are the perfect morning treat. Easy to grab and go, these little cups will be a hit at your next brunch.
Savory Parmesan BitesPrepare these festive parmesan bites the night before your next holiday party for the ultimate party platter.
Chocolate BruschettaSalt enhances the chocolate flavor. For best results, use good-quality chocolate and coarse sea salt. Garnish with fresh mint leaves instead of orange rind, if desired.
Last-Minute Spinach DipCombine store-bought hummus and frozen spinach for a super-easy dip.
Ice Cream TrufflesThese perfect bite-sized ice cream treats are a fun twist on the standard truffle.
Divine Pimiento Cheese"If I could choose my last meal, it would have to include pimiento cheese. There are very few days when my fridge isn’t home to a batch of the famous spread."
Spicy Tortilla StripsIncrease the ground red pepper to add a kick, or omit it for a tame batch. Blend regular flour, whole-wheat flour, and corn tortillas for a mixture of taste and texture, if you like.
Cheese Crostini with ProsciuttoThis fast, simple appetizer complements pastas, soups, and salads. You can grate the cheese for the crostini in advance.