Party Snacks Recipes (Most Popular)
We cut the grease and used reduced-fat string cheese to re-create a pub favorite.
A new twist on salsa, for using cucumbers from the garden!
A fun party finger food!
This dip tastes decadent but is very healthy. Great Valentine to share with someone you love!
This refreshing and not-too-sweet beverage is almost too pretty to drink. Almost!
Wish for the luck of the Irish on St. Patrick's Day, go green for Earth Day or brighten up a dull day with these festive all-fruit kebabs.
Turns chips and guac into a football field. We love this clever presentation!
Thread melon balls on wooden skewers for a frosty, delicious treat.
A wonderful snack that's easy to make.
Gelatin and air-popped popcorn turn a plain old snack into something worth cheering for!
Great stuff to enjoy a party with 150 calories / serving. Delicious, perfect!
Turn your cheese tray into cute football-shaped snacks!
You'll never go back to potato chips!
Turn veggies into a touchdown of a game-day dish!
Turn plump, juicy strawberries into a fun tailgate treat!
ENJOY eating your fruits!
If you like buffalo wings, try this
This delicious dip comes from a recipe I tweaked to make it lower in fat and calories. My family gobbled this up at a recent holiday party!
Nutritious, kid-friendly and a healthy way to satisfy a chocolate craving. They can look pretty sophisticated when rolled in different toppings- powdered sugar, grated coconut, cocoa...
This is a modification of a Microwave Brittle that has been around for 30 years and has appeared many places. The instructions are unique and have helped many friends and family members master this amazing concoction. If it burns try again with less cooking time. It will always work eventually. Some people use peanuts but I prefer home grown backyard gathered pecans.
I make this dip every year for New Years (and for myself whenever I have a craving.)
For parties, I double the recipe and spread on a large cookie sheet and top with vegetables.
I made this guacamole to impress my future Latino/Italian in-laws. (It worked!) It's so easy to make, yet the tastes are complex and packs a fresh punch - whether or not you make it for a football party or for a party, this will disappear in minutes! Guacamole from stores and restaurants haven't tasted the same since!
My daughter's version of layered bean dip
A favorite Hawaiian way to eat Spam is in the form of a musubi (pronounced moo-soo-bee, with no accent). It is a fried slice of spam on rice pressed together to form a small block, then wrapped with a strip of seaweed.