Looking for appetizers for your next summer soiree or holiday party? Our collection of more than 3,000 tested and trusted recipes includes an hors d'ouevre that will keep your guests buzzing long after the last bite.
Caramelized Onion and Raisin Focaccia with Feta
Sweet caramelized onions and raisins provide a contrast to the salty feta and olives on this flatbread.
Comte Cheese Spoon Breads with Roasted Pepper Raisin Jam
Made in individual muffin cups, these spoon breads are cheesy, creamy and delicious, especially when served with Roasted Pepper Raisin Jam.
Goat Cheese and Proscuitto Stuffed Figs
Cut a cross 3/4 of the way down the way middle of each fig. Combine cheese, proscuitto, mint and 2/3 of the honey in a small mixing bowl. Mix…
Israeli Hummus Dip
This hummus starts with dried garbanzo beans. Cooking them yourself, instead of using canned, makes all the difference.
Marinated Buffalo Mozzarella and Tomato
Ripe summery tomatoes and good-quality mozzarella are a must for this simple starter.
Turkey Vegetable Sliders
Kid-sized plates need kid-sized food. These Turkey Vegetables Sliders, with zucchini and carrot, are a perfect choice for kids.
Garlic Lentil Hummus
Boiling lentils is almost as easy as opening canned beans to make homemade hummus—but cheaper and the cook can adjust the sodium. Stir in any garden-fresh herb and serve with produce from the farmer’s market.
Salmon Stuffed Deviled Eggs
Along with salmon, eggs are a rich source of vitamin D with 41 IU per egg. These deviled eggs contain the ingredients often served with lox or cured smoked salmon; the smoked paprika adds a gentle heat and smokiness. The filling also makes a satisfying sandwich spread when served on pumpernickel bread; chop the egg whites and add them to the filling.
Add all ingredients to a small serving bowl except salt. Mix to combine and add salt to taste. Chill and enjoy with your favorite low…
Open the can of chick peas. Set aside liquid. Blend chick peas in blender. Add remaining ingrediants as well, blending until it is a smooth…