This was made up by me with some simple ingredients in our kitchen one day. We love it! Delicious mouthful of sweet, juicy, creamy, and crunchy. Enjoy!
Toasted bread rounds are topped with roast beef, zesty horseradish sauce, and curly frisee for a quick and delicious appetizer.
These appetizers are perfect for a party–serve in festive baking cups for easy prep and cleanup.
Miniaturized sandwiches don’t usually float my boat, or submarine, as they’re almost always not as good as the full-sized versions, but these mini Philly cheesesteaks really captured everything I love about the classic.
A bite-size version of one of my favorite entrees. It’s eggplant Parmesan you can eat while standing up! Serve warm or room temperature.
This has a long cooking time, but is definitely worth the wait.
This is a little experiment I made that wound up being a total hit at a company party. I really just started throwing stuff together that sounded good and cheesy for an appetizer because I forgot to make one.
These tartines are assembled on long slices of crisply toasted baguette topped with a mash of garlic and herb Boursin®, cut with ricotta and goat cheese to make it spreadable. On top, chopped tomatoes, sweet and crunchy, with a drizzle of olive oil, basil, salt and pepper. I love these for lunch or even breakfast. Satisfying, but uncomplicated.
These are perfect, bite-size mushroom appetizers that are always a hit at parties and family gatherings alike. Even the little ones love them – just don’t tell them they’re made with mushrooms! The recipe comes from a French-Canadian grandmother whose kitchen creations are magnifique.
This recipe is from years of searching for the perfect English tea sandwich. I always looked forward to tea time in the Caribbean with my grandparents who were from English descent. My grandmother was French and my grandfather was from Guyana. My grandfather’s parents were from England, so there is the British influence. You can add a teaspoon of dill to your spread.
This is an old recipe passed on from my mom; easy, tasty, and kids love them!!
Some people don’t like chicken livers because of their taste, but this is awesome! If you don’t like it, at least you tried!
Simple and easy, these lightly toasted bread slices are topped with the wonderful flavor of marinated artichoke hearts and chopped black olives.
This is one of our favorite Christmas Eve snacks. Corned beef and Swiss cheese melted on top of cocktail rye bread makes a perfect bite-sized treat.
A combination of bacon and chocolate on crostini. The creamy-sweetness of the chocolate with the crispy-saltiness of the bacon is very pleasing. The chocolate chips hold their shape but melt wonderfully when bitten.
My girls and I like to have these for our tea parties. I’ve also served these for a bridal shower. They are a dainty and wonderful treat for any special occasion!
Traditional Italian caprese salad on lightly-toasted bread. It makes a quick and easy supper for 4 or appetizers for 14. Fresh ingredients are key to this recipe.
Tender, BBQ-spiced shredded bison brisket is baked in mini phyllo shells for these crowd-pleasing appetizers.
Diced Margherita® Genoa salami, smoked Gouda cheese, chopped calamata olives and zesty seasoning make for a light yet satisfying appetizer.
Serve these eggplant stacks as an elegant appetizer, for lunch, or even as a light dinner. There are many variations out there, most of them Italian-inspired. They usually include tomato sauce, basil, and provolone or mozzarella cheese. The Greek flavors in this version got great reviews from my family. The simple and healthy dish is a combination of classic Mediterranean ingredients such as eggplant, ripe tomatoes, oregano, mint, and Greek Kasseri cheese. Serve it with olives, hot pita bread, and maybe some Greek yogurt on the side.