Great for game day or any day, this Southwestern-style, layered dip is a real crowd favorite. Better make plenty...it will be gone before you know it!
Watch this elegant, sure-to-impress appetizer disappear at your next party as creamy Brie, topped with almonds and parsley, oozes out of its flaky pastry crust.
Gather the ingredients for the tasty empanadas and either bake right away or freeze to bake later. You will love having these appetizers on hand for any occasion.
These easy-to-make, baked empanadas are filled with chicken, cheese, corn and salsa. Dipped in this kicked up red pepper dip, they're sure to get the party started!
Baked chicken wings with an amazing sweet and savory glaze...yep, they're gorgeous, easy-to-make and so much better than fried.
Easy-to-make appetizers feature a spinach, onion, and cheese filling simply rolled up in flaky puff pastry and sliced into pinwheels.
Easy to make and fun to eat, the topping for these kicked up nachos is made on the stovetop. Chicken, corn, beans and chiles...these nachos have it all!
It couldn't be easier...this stovetop salsa dip is a party favorite. It's loaded with crab and spinach in a creamy salsa sauce.
What could be easier--wrap strips of puff pastry around frankfurter halves and bake. It puts an elegant spin on this all-time favorite appetizer.
When you really want an appetizer that will impress your guests, this is the one to make. It combines spinach-artichoke spreadable cheese and lump crab meat, that's baked until hot and golden...it's so good!
Wow your guests with these puff pastry strips featuring bacon, brown sugar and some kicked-up Parmesan cheese. They're distinctive, delicious and sure to be a hit at your party!
This zesty and creamy dip features the great flavor of Buffalo chicken wings without all the mess! Serve it at your next party...it will be a big hit!
Everyone gets their own serving of this fabulous Southwestern-style dip, featuring refried beans, salsa, avocado, Cheddar cheese, sour cream and cilantro.
These delectable appetizers take a little bit of work...but they are so worth it. Served with a tasty avocado sauce, they'll disappear as soon as they come out of the pan.