Now here's an appetizer that's ready to hit the party circuit — flaky hand pies filled with spinach, potato and a clever hint of nutmeg. Serve as is or add mozzarella. Either way, your guests will be coming back for more.
Delight your guests by serving up these crazy cute (and super easy) brunch pops. Just roll in sugar and cinnamon, bake and drizzle with caramel sauce — then stand back and watch the mmmmms roll in.
Planning a holiday brunch? These chocolate hazelnut pie sticks are dressed to impress, can be prepped in 10 minutes and have a taste that will make your guests swoon. (Hint: Absolutely amazing with coffee!)
‘Tis the season for finger foods. Make your contribution to the next cocktail party or office gathering a serious standout with these mini chorizo and corn tarts — the perfect flavor trifecta of sausage (spicy), corn (sweet) and sour cream (cool).
Let’s talk texture: The soft crunch of walnuts meets the sweet gooeyness of caramel meets the buttery flakiness of pie crust in these off-the-charts delicious whiskey-walnut mini pies. (Options: Swap in bourbon and pecans, or create an alcohol-free version by nixing the whiskey and using 1 teaspoon vanilla instead.)
Your guests are going to go a bit, well, nutty over these cranberry-pecan cheesecake pies. With a just-right combination of tart and creamy, plus that ruby red topping, they taste as mouthwatering as they look.
Impress your guests with breakfast burritos done Pillsbury-style. The secret is wrapping the same unbeatable combo of ingredients (sausage, egg and cheese) in the buttery flakiness of a biscuit crust. Marvelous morning yumminess.
Some appetizers look gorgeous but fail to deliver on taste. Not so with these petite and pretty spinach-tomato mini pies. In fact, you’d be wise to double the recipe. Okay, maybe even triple it.
Light up the buffet table with a platter of these dazzling little star pies. So easy to prepare, so eye-catching and so tasty. The best part? You can use leftover ham and whatever soft cheese you have on hand. (Hint: Brie or blue cheese are both phenomenal substitutes.)
Bloggers Adam and Joanne Gallagher clearly tapped into their inner 8-year-old when concocting these dreamy macaroni and cheese pie pops, and we’re so glad they did. Serve these at your next holiday gathering and you’re guaranteed to make kids—and kids-at-heart—happy.