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Media Mix: International Christmas Dinners; Doritos Taco Goes National; and Dream Holiday Guests

Media Mix: International Christmas Dinners; Doritos Taco Goes National; and Dream Holiday Guests

We've rounded up the biggest headlines you may have missed

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The Daily Byte brings you the biggest news from the food world.

Expats Share International Christmases: Ever wonder what other people eat around the holidays? Well, in Japan some revelers have fried chicken (and sometimes from KFC). In Mexico, they serve tamales; in Poland, pierogis. And in Australia, they go to the beach. [Telegraph]

Supreme Court Releases Cookbook: As a tribute to Martin Ginsburg, the late husband of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the spouses of all the Supreme Court Justices put together a cookbook, available at the Supreme Court gift shop. [NPR]

How to Make It as a Sommelier: Danny Meyer may have high expectations for waitstaff, but Daniel Boulud has higher expectations for a sommelier. [WSJ]

Doritos Locos Taco Goes National: After a brief testing stint in California and Ohio, Taco Bell is now making their Doritos-shell taco available across the country. [News One]

Your Dream Dinner Guest?: In a recent survey asking Americans who they want to sit next to at a holiday meal, Jennifer Aniston got first place. Kate Middleton, Brad Pitt, and Charlie Sheen followed. Also, most Americans want Paula Deen to cook their holiday dinner. [Reuters]

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21 One-Bite Appetizer Recipe Ideas for Your Big Game Party

The Super Bowl is one of our favorite times to chow down on everything from guacamole to queso, but it’s not only about the chips and dip. These bite-size appetizers know how to rack up lots of flavor points. Stock up on napkins and toothpicks, then let everyone dig in. Even if your team didn’t make it to the finals this year, we know you’ll have a blast at the party if you invite a few of these mini morsels along.

1. Cheesy Steak Keto Tacos: Going keto is one way to really cut your carbs quickly, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up all of your guilty pleasures. This recipe lets you keep Taco Tuesday alive, even on this specialty diet. (via Brit + Co)

Shrimp Tostada Bites

Forget about plain ol’ shrimp cocktail, and opt for these vibrant tostadas instead. (via Pizzazzerie)

Herb-Stuffed Mushroom Bites

Nothing says bite-size quite like stuffed mushrooms. Make these tiny football-inspired snacks to up your ‘shroom game. (via Brit + Co)

Brown Sugar-Glazed Turkey Meatballs

Each of these marble-size meatballs packs a huge flavor punch. You’ll enjoy sweet, savory, and slightly spicy sensations all at once. (via Diethood)

Bacon Pastry Twists With Beer Cheese Dip

Honestly, you may not even need the dip. The flaky bacon-and-cheese-stuffed pastry twists are satisfying when eaten solo. (via Brit + Co)

Asian Meatball Sliders

Game day favorites sliders and meatballs join in this recipe to make a truly great Super Bowl snack. Adding some spiced pickles on top brings an irresistible tang to each bite. (via Give It Some Thyme)

Air Fryer KFC Style Popcorn Chicken

Popcorn chicken is basically just a vehicle for sauces and dips. Even better, you can use the air fryer you got for Christmas to make it. (via Every Nook and Cranny)

Bananas Foster Chex Mix

A lot of Super Bowl snacks are savory, so bring a little sweet to the table with this caramelized, nutty Chex mix. Serve in a big bowl, or spoon into mini muffin liners for personal portions. (via SweetPhi)

Roasted Winter Vegetable Kabobs With Sesame Tahini Dipping Sauce

Football food doesn’t have to be heavy. Colorful roasted veggie skewers do the trick too, especially when served with a silky sesame tahini dip. (via Hello Veggie)

Bacon Wrapped Hearts of Palm

Crispy, smoky bacon wrapped around tangy hearts of palm is an elegant appetizer that’s even better when served with a dip made from caramelized shallot and olive. (via Eclectic Recipes)

Sweet Potato Chorizo Cheese Balls

These balls have everything a famished sports fan could want: biscuit mix, cheese, potatoes (sweet), and sausage. (via The Cookie Rookie)

Rainbow Crudité With Fire Feta

Spicy feta and a carefully selected variety of veggies prove that crudité doesn’t have to be boring. Your vegetarian guests will thank you for this one. (via The View From Great Island)

Air Fryer Cajun Sausage Bites

Fiery homemade sausage bites are more flavorful than what you buy in a plastic tube, and you can cook them in the air fryer to reduce the amount of oil needed to cook them until crispy on the outside. (via Cotter Crunch)

Marinated Tortellini Skewers

/>Transform tortellini from entrée to app by marinating it in herb-infused olive oil and threading it onto skewers along with mozzarella, peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, and basil. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Sticky Thai Meatballs

Keep the grape jelly and ketchup where they belong — far away from your meatballs. Instead, opt for a recipe that uses dynamic flavors like Thai curry paste, ginger, and fish sauce to season the meal and combines chili flakes, soy, rice vinegar, and honey for the sticky-sweet sauce. (via My Food Story)

Vegetarian Pigs-In-A-Blanket

Boost the flavor of vegetarian pigs-in-a-blanket by swapping bland tofu dogs for scrumptious meatless sausage links instead. (via Brit + Co)

Gluten-Free Baked Avocado Fries

Panko breadcrumbs keep these baked “fries” crunchy and satisfying but yield to a creamy avocado interior to keep your tongue guessing. (via Brit + Co)

Vegan Potato Skins

Vegans love junk food as much as anyone, so this dish of loaded potato skins should definitely be on your game day menu if you have any meatless guests coming over. (via Brit + Co)

Low-Carb Parmesan Crisps

Impress your friends with a batch of homemade Parmesan crisps. They’re low-carb, which means you can eat… all of them, right? (via Savory Tooth)

Ginger Sesame Chicken Potstickers

There are two things that set these juicy chicken potstickers apart. First, they’re encrusted with sesame seeds so the bottoms are extra-crunchy. And second, they’re dunked into a sticky pomegranate sauce for an unexpected burst of fruity flavor with each bite. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Instant Pot Deviled Eggs

Every party needs a tray of deviled eggs, an old-fashioned app that’s usually still the first thing to go at a party. Make a big batch in your Instant Pot and keep the stovetop free for whipping up a pot of your famous game day chili. (via Skinny Taste)

I know these are meant for entertaining but the are so incredibly great for kids aslo and so beyong good/ I've made a few of these now but the stuffed mushroom bites were so unexpectedly delicious, can't wait to make them as a dinner night appetizer!

The parmesan crisps are so good! I would give a 10 out of 5!


21 One-Bite Appetizer Recipe Ideas for Your Big Game Party

The Super Bowl is one of our favorite times to chow down on everything from guacamole to queso, but it’s not only about the chips and dip. These bite-size appetizers know how to rack up lots of flavor points. Stock up on napkins and toothpicks, then let everyone dig in. Even if your team didn’t make it to the finals this year, we know you’ll have a blast at the party if you invite a few of these mini morsels along.

1. Cheesy Steak Keto Tacos: Going keto is one way to really cut your carbs quickly, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up all of your guilty pleasures. This recipe lets you keep Taco Tuesday alive, even on this specialty diet. (via Brit + Co)

Shrimp Tostada Bites

Forget about plain ol’ shrimp cocktail, and opt for these vibrant tostadas instead. (via Pizzazzerie)

Herb-Stuffed Mushroom Bites

Nothing says bite-size quite like stuffed mushrooms. Make these tiny football-inspired snacks to up your ‘shroom game. (via Brit + Co)

Brown Sugar-Glazed Turkey Meatballs

Each of these marble-size meatballs packs a huge flavor punch. You’ll enjoy sweet, savory, and slightly spicy sensations all at once. (via Diethood)

Bacon Pastry Twists With Beer Cheese Dip

Honestly, you may not even need the dip. The flaky bacon-and-cheese-stuffed pastry twists are satisfying when eaten solo. (via Brit + Co)

Asian Meatball Sliders

Game day favorites sliders and meatballs join in this recipe to make a truly great Super Bowl snack. Adding some spiced pickles on top brings an irresistible tang to each bite. (via Give It Some Thyme)

Air Fryer KFC Style Popcorn Chicken

Popcorn chicken is basically just a vehicle for sauces and dips. Even better, you can use the air fryer you got for Christmas to make it. (via Every Nook and Cranny)

Bananas Foster Chex Mix

A lot of Super Bowl snacks are savory, so bring a little sweet to the table with this caramelized, nutty Chex mix. Serve in a big bowl, or spoon into mini muffin liners for personal portions. (via SweetPhi)

Roasted Winter Vegetable Kabobs With Sesame Tahini Dipping Sauce

Football food doesn’t have to be heavy. Colorful roasted veggie skewers do the trick too, especially when served with a silky sesame tahini dip. (via Hello Veggie)

Bacon Wrapped Hearts of Palm

Crispy, smoky bacon wrapped around tangy hearts of palm is an elegant appetizer that’s even better when served with a dip made from caramelized shallot and olive. (via Eclectic Recipes)

Sweet Potato Chorizo Cheese Balls

These balls have everything a famished sports fan could want: biscuit mix, cheese, potatoes (sweet), and sausage. (via The Cookie Rookie)

Rainbow Crudité With Fire Feta

Spicy feta and a carefully selected variety of veggies prove that crudité doesn’t have to be boring. Your vegetarian guests will thank you for this one. (via The View From Great Island)

Air Fryer Cajun Sausage Bites

Fiery homemade sausage bites are more flavorful than what you buy in a plastic tube, and you can cook them in the air fryer to reduce the amount of oil needed to cook them until crispy on the outside. (via Cotter Crunch)

Marinated Tortellini Skewers

/>Transform tortellini from entrée to app by marinating it in herb-infused olive oil and threading it onto skewers along with mozzarella, peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, and basil. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Sticky Thai Meatballs

Keep the grape jelly and ketchup where they belong — far away from your meatballs. Instead, opt for a recipe that uses dynamic flavors like Thai curry paste, ginger, and fish sauce to season the meal and combines chili flakes, soy, rice vinegar, and honey for the sticky-sweet sauce. (via My Food Story)

Vegetarian Pigs-In-A-Blanket

Boost the flavor of vegetarian pigs-in-a-blanket by swapping bland tofu dogs for scrumptious meatless sausage links instead. (via Brit + Co)

Gluten-Free Baked Avocado Fries

Panko breadcrumbs keep these baked “fries” crunchy and satisfying but yield to a creamy avocado interior to keep your tongue guessing. (via Brit + Co)

Vegan Potato Skins

Vegans love junk food as much as anyone, so this dish of loaded potato skins should definitely be on your game day menu if you have any meatless guests coming over. (via Brit + Co)

Low-Carb Parmesan Crisps

Impress your friends with a batch of homemade Parmesan crisps. They’re low-carb, which means you can eat… all of them, right? (via Savory Tooth)

Ginger Sesame Chicken Potstickers

There are two things that set these juicy chicken potstickers apart. First, they’re encrusted with sesame seeds so the bottoms are extra-crunchy. And second, they’re dunked into a sticky pomegranate sauce for an unexpected burst of fruity flavor with each bite. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Instant Pot Deviled Eggs

Every party needs a tray of deviled eggs, an old-fashioned app that’s usually still the first thing to go at a party. Make a big batch in your Instant Pot and keep the stovetop free for whipping up a pot of your famous game day chili. (via Skinny Taste)

I know these are meant for entertaining but the are so incredibly great for kids aslo and so beyong good/ I've made a few of these now but the stuffed mushroom bites were so unexpectedly delicious, can't wait to make them as a dinner night appetizer!

The parmesan crisps are so good! I would give a 10 out of 5!


21 One-Bite Appetizer Recipe Ideas for Your Big Game Party

The Super Bowl is one of our favorite times to chow down on everything from guacamole to queso, but it’s not only about the chips and dip. These bite-size appetizers know how to rack up lots of flavor points. Stock up on napkins and toothpicks, then let everyone dig in. Even if your team didn’t make it to the finals this year, we know you’ll have a blast at the party if you invite a few of these mini morsels along.

1. Cheesy Steak Keto Tacos: Going keto is one way to really cut your carbs quickly, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up all of your guilty pleasures. This recipe lets you keep Taco Tuesday alive, even on this specialty diet. (via Brit + Co)

Shrimp Tostada Bites

Forget about plain ol’ shrimp cocktail, and opt for these vibrant tostadas instead. (via Pizzazzerie)

Herb-Stuffed Mushroom Bites

Nothing says bite-size quite like stuffed mushrooms. Make these tiny football-inspired snacks to up your ‘shroom game. (via Brit + Co)

Brown Sugar-Glazed Turkey Meatballs

Each of these marble-size meatballs packs a huge flavor punch. You’ll enjoy sweet, savory, and slightly spicy sensations all at once. (via Diethood)

Bacon Pastry Twists With Beer Cheese Dip

Honestly, you may not even need the dip. The flaky bacon-and-cheese-stuffed pastry twists are satisfying when eaten solo. (via Brit + Co)

Asian Meatball Sliders

Game day favorites sliders and meatballs join in this recipe to make a truly great Super Bowl snack. Adding some spiced pickles on top brings an irresistible tang to each bite. (via Give It Some Thyme)

Air Fryer KFC Style Popcorn Chicken

Popcorn chicken is basically just a vehicle for sauces and dips. Even better, you can use the air fryer you got for Christmas to make it. (via Every Nook and Cranny)

Bananas Foster Chex Mix

A lot of Super Bowl snacks are savory, so bring a little sweet to the table with this caramelized, nutty Chex mix. Serve in a big bowl, or spoon into mini muffin liners for personal portions. (via SweetPhi)

Roasted Winter Vegetable Kabobs With Sesame Tahini Dipping Sauce

Football food doesn’t have to be heavy. Colorful roasted veggie skewers do the trick too, especially when served with a silky sesame tahini dip. (via Hello Veggie)

Bacon Wrapped Hearts of Palm

Crispy, smoky bacon wrapped around tangy hearts of palm is an elegant appetizer that’s even better when served with a dip made from caramelized shallot and olive. (via Eclectic Recipes)

Sweet Potato Chorizo Cheese Balls

These balls have everything a famished sports fan could want: biscuit mix, cheese, potatoes (sweet), and sausage. (via The Cookie Rookie)

Rainbow Crudité With Fire Feta

Spicy feta and a carefully selected variety of veggies prove that crudité doesn’t have to be boring. Your vegetarian guests will thank you for this one. (via The View From Great Island)

Air Fryer Cajun Sausage Bites

Fiery homemade sausage bites are more flavorful than what you buy in a plastic tube, and you can cook them in the air fryer to reduce the amount of oil needed to cook them until crispy on the outside. (via Cotter Crunch)

Marinated Tortellini Skewers

/>Transform tortellini from entrée to app by marinating it in herb-infused olive oil and threading it onto skewers along with mozzarella, peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, and basil. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Sticky Thai Meatballs

Keep the grape jelly and ketchup where they belong — far away from your meatballs. Instead, opt for a recipe that uses dynamic flavors like Thai curry paste, ginger, and fish sauce to season the meal and combines chili flakes, soy, rice vinegar, and honey for the sticky-sweet sauce. (via My Food Story)

Vegetarian Pigs-In-A-Blanket

Boost the flavor of vegetarian pigs-in-a-blanket by swapping bland tofu dogs for scrumptious meatless sausage links instead. (via Brit + Co)

Gluten-Free Baked Avocado Fries

Panko breadcrumbs keep these baked “fries” crunchy and satisfying but yield to a creamy avocado interior to keep your tongue guessing. (via Brit + Co)

Vegan Potato Skins

Vegans love junk food as much as anyone, so this dish of loaded potato skins should definitely be on your game day menu if you have any meatless guests coming over. (via Brit + Co)

Low-Carb Parmesan Crisps

Impress your friends with a batch of homemade Parmesan crisps. They’re low-carb, which means you can eat… all of them, right? (via Savory Tooth)

Ginger Sesame Chicken Potstickers

There are two things that set these juicy chicken potstickers apart. First, they’re encrusted with sesame seeds so the bottoms are extra-crunchy. And second, they’re dunked into a sticky pomegranate sauce for an unexpected burst of fruity flavor with each bite. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Instant Pot Deviled Eggs

Every party needs a tray of deviled eggs, an old-fashioned app that’s usually still the first thing to go at a party. Make a big batch in your Instant Pot and keep the stovetop free for whipping up a pot of your famous game day chili. (via Skinny Taste)

I know these are meant for entertaining but the are so incredibly great for kids aslo and so beyong good/ I've made a few of these now but the stuffed mushroom bites were so unexpectedly delicious, can't wait to make them as a dinner night appetizer!

The parmesan crisps are so good! I would give a 10 out of 5!


21 One-Bite Appetizer Recipe Ideas for Your Big Game Party

The Super Bowl is one of our favorite times to chow down on everything from guacamole to queso, but it’s not only about the chips and dip. These bite-size appetizers know how to rack up lots of flavor points. Stock up on napkins and toothpicks, then let everyone dig in. Even if your team didn’t make it to the finals this year, we know you’ll have a blast at the party if you invite a few of these mini morsels along.

1. Cheesy Steak Keto Tacos: Going keto is one way to really cut your carbs quickly, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up all of your guilty pleasures. This recipe lets you keep Taco Tuesday alive, even on this specialty diet. (via Brit + Co)

Shrimp Tostada Bites

Forget about plain ol’ shrimp cocktail, and opt for these vibrant tostadas instead. (via Pizzazzerie)

Herb-Stuffed Mushroom Bites

Nothing says bite-size quite like stuffed mushrooms. Make these tiny football-inspired snacks to up your ‘shroom game. (via Brit + Co)

Brown Sugar-Glazed Turkey Meatballs

Each of these marble-size meatballs packs a huge flavor punch. You’ll enjoy sweet, savory, and slightly spicy sensations all at once. (via Diethood)

Bacon Pastry Twists With Beer Cheese Dip

Honestly, you may not even need the dip. The flaky bacon-and-cheese-stuffed pastry twists are satisfying when eaten solo. (via Brit + Co)

Asian Meatball Sliders

Game day favorites sliders and meatballs join in this recipe to make a truly great Super Bowl snack. Adding some spiced pickles on top brings an irresistible tang to each bite. (via Give It Some Thyme)

Air Fryer KFC Style Popcorn Chicken

Popcorn chicken is basically just a vehicle for sauces and dips. Even better, you can use the air fryer you got for Christmas to make it. (via Every Nook and Cranny)

Bananas Foster Chex Mix

A lot of Super Bowl snacks are savory, so bring a little sweet to the table with this caramelized, nutty Chex mix. Serve in a big bowl, or spoon into mini muffin liners for personal portions. (via SweetPhi)

Roasted Winter Vegetable Kabobs With Sesame Tahini Dipping Sauce

Football food doesn’t have to be heavy. Colorful roasted veggie skewers do the trick too, especially when served with a silky sesame tahini dip. (via Hello Veggie)

Bacon Wrapped Hearts of Palm

Crispy, smoky bacon wrapped around tangy hearts of palm is an elegant appetizer that’s even better when served with a dip made from caramelized shallot and olive. (via Eclectic Recipes)

Sweet Potato Chorizo Cheese Balls

These balls have everything a famished sports fan could want: biscuit mix, cheese, potatoes (sweet), and sausage. (via The Cookie Rookie)

Rainbow Crudité With Fire Feta

Spicy feta and a carefully selected variety of veggies prove that crudité doesn’t have to be boring. Your vegetarian guests will thank you for this one. (via The View From Great Island)

Air Fryer Cajun Sausage Bites

Fiery homemade sausage bites are more flavorful than what you buy in a plastic tube, and you can cook them in the air fryer to reduce the amount of oil needed to cook them until crispy on the outside. (via Cotter Crunch)

Marinated Tortellini Skewers

/>Transform tortellini from entrée to app by marinating it in herb-infused olive oil and threading it onto skewers along with mozzarella, peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, and basil. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Sticky Thai Meatballs

Keep the grape jelly and ketchup where they belong — far away from your meatballs. Instead, opt for a recipe that uses dynamic flavors like Thai curry paste, ginger, and fish sauce to season the meal and combines chili flakes, soy, rice vinegar, and honey for the sticky-sweet sauce. (via My Food Story)

Vegetarian Pigs-In-A-Blanket

Boost the flavor of vegetarian pigs-in-a-blanket by swapping bland tofu dogs for scrumptious meatless sausage links instead. (via Brit + Co)

Gluten-Free Baked Avocado Fries

Panko breadcrumbs keep these baked “fries” crunchy and satisfying but yield to a creamy avocado interior to keep your tongue guessing. (via Brit + Co)

Vegan Potato Skins

Vegans love junk food as much as anyone, so this dish of loaded potato skins should definitely be on your game day menu if you have any meatless guests coming over. (via Brit + Co)

Low-Carb Parmesan Crisps

Impress your friends with a batch of homemade Parmesan crisps. They’re low-carb, which means you can eat… all of them, right? (via Savory Tooth)

Ginger Sesame Chicken Potstickers

There are two things that set these juicy chicken potstickers apart. First, they’re encrusted with sesame seeds so the bottoms are extra-crunchy. And second, they’re dunked into a sticky pomegranate sauce for an unexpected burst of fruity flavor with each bite. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Instant Pot Deviled Eggs

Every party needs a tray of deviled eggs, an old-fashioned app that’s usually still the first thing to go at a party. Make a big batch in your Instant Pot and keep the stovetop free for whipping up a pot of your famous game day chili. (via Skinny Taste)

I know these are meant for entertaining but the are so incredibly great for kids aslo and so beyong good/ I've made a few of these now but the stuffed mushroom bites were so unexpectedly delicious, can't wait to make them as a dinner night appetizer!

The parmesan crisps are so good! I would give a 10 out of 5!


21 One-Bite Appetizer Recipe Ideas for Your Big Game Party

The Super Bowl is one of our favorite times to chow down on everything from guacamole to queso, but it’s not only about the chips and dip. These bite-size appetizers know how to rack up lots of flavor points. Stock up on napkins and toothpicks, then let everyone dig in. Even if your team didn’t make it to the finals this year, we know you’ll have a blast at the party if you invite a few of these mini morsels along.

1. Cheesy Steak Keto Tacos: Going keto is one way to really cut your carbs quickly, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up all of your guilty pleasures. This recipe lets you keep Taco Tuesday alive, even on this specialty diet. (via Brit + Co)

Shrimp Tostada Bites

Forget about plain ol’ shrimp cocktail, and opt for these vibrant tostadas instead. (via Pizzazzerie)

Herb-Stuffed Mushroom Bites

Nothing says bite-size quite like stuffed mushrooms. Make these tiny football-inspired snacks to up your ‘shroom game. (via Brit + Co)

Brown Sugar-Glazed Turkey Meatballs

Each of these marble-size meatballs packs a huge flavor punch. You’ll enjoy sweet, savory, and slightly spicy sensations all at once. (via Diethood)

Bacon Pastry Twists With Beer Cheese Dip

Honestly, you may not even need the dip. The flaky bacon-and-cheese-stuffed pastry twists are satisfying when eaten solo. (via Brit + Co)

Asian Meatball Sliders

Game day favorites sliders and meatballs join in this recipe to make a truly great Super Bowl snack. Adding some spiced pickles on top brings an irresistible tang to each bite. (via Give It Some Thyme)

Air Fryer KFC Style Popcorn Chicken

Popcorn chicken is basically just a vehicle for sauces and dips. Even better, you can use the air fryer you got for Christmas to make it. (via Every Nook and Cranny)

Bananas Foster Chex Mix

A lot of Super Bowl snacks are savory, so bring a little sweet to the table with this caramelized, nutty Chex mix. Serve in a big bowl, or spoon into mini muffin liners for personal portions. (via SweetPhi)

Roasted Winter Vegetable Kabobs With Sesame Tahini Dipping Sauce

Football food doesn’t have to be heavy. Colorful roasted veggie skewers do the trick too, especially when served with a silky sesame tahini dip. (via Hello Veggie)

Bacon Wrapped Hearts of Palm

Crispy, smoky bacon wrapped around tangy hearts of palm is an elegant appetizer that’s even better when served with a dip made from caramelized shallot and olive. (via Eclectic Recipes)

Sweet Potato Chorizo Cheese Balls

These balls have everything a famished sports fan could want: biscuit mix, cheese, potatoes (sweet), and sausage. (via The Cookie Rookie)

Rainbow Crudité With Fire Feta

Spicy feta and a carefully selected variety of veggies prove that crudité doesn’t have to be boring. Your vegetarian guests will thank you for this one. (via The View From Great Island)

Air Fryer Cajun Sausage Bites

Fiery homemade sausage bites are more flavorful than what you buy in a plastic tube, and you can cook them in the air fryer to reduce the amount of oil needed to cook them until crispy on the outside. (via Cotter Crunch)

Marinated Tortellini Skewers

/>Transform tortellini from entrée to app by marinating it in herb-infused olive oil and threading it onto skewers along with mozzarella, peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, and basil. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Sticky Thai Meatballs

Keep the grape jelly and ketchup where they belong — far away from your meatballs. Instead, opt for a recipe that uses dynamic flavors like Thai curry paste, ginger, and fish sauce to season the meal and combines chili flakes, soy, rice vinegar, and honey for the sticky-sweet sauce. (via My Food Story)

Vegetarian Pigs-In-A-Blanket

Boost the flavor of vegetarian pigs-in-a-blanket by swapping bland tofu dogs for scrumptious meatless sausage links instead. (via Brit + Co)

Gluten-Free Baked Avocado Fries

Panko breadcrumbs keep these baked “fries” crunchy and satisfying but yield to a creamy avocado interior to keep your tongue guessing. (via Brit + Co)

Vegan Potato Skins

Vegans love junk food as much as anyone, so this dish of loaded potato skins should definitely be on your game day menu if you have any meatless guests coming over. (via Brit + Co)

Low-Carb Parmesan Crisps

Impress your friends with a batch of homemade Parmesan crisps. They’re low-carb, which means you can eat… all of them, right? (via Savory Tooth)

Ginger Sesame Chicken Potstickers

There are two things that set these juicy chicken potstickers apart. First, they’re encrusted with sesame seeds so the bottoms are extra-crunchy. And second, they’re dunked into a sticky pomegranate sauce for an unexpected burst of fruity flavor with each bite. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Instant Pot Deviled Eggs

Every party needs a tray of deviled eggs, an old-fashioned app that’s usually still the first thing to go at a party. Make a big batch in your Instant Pot and keep the stovetop free for whipping up a pot of your famous game day chili. (via Skinny Taste)

I know these are meant for entertaining but the are so incredibly great for kids aslo and so beyong good/ I've made a few of these now but the stuffed mushroom bites were so unexpectedly delicious, can't wait to make them as a dinner night appetizer!

The parmesan crisps are so good! I would give a 10 out of 5!


21 One-Bite Appetizer Recipe Ideas for Your Big Game Party

The Super Bowl is one of our favorite times to chow down on everything from guacamole to queso, but it’s not only about the chips and dip. These bite-size appetizers know how to rack up lots of flavor points. Stock up on napkins and toothpicks, then let everyone dig in. Even if your team didn’t make it to the finals this year, we know you’ll have a blast at the party if you invite a few of these mini morsels along.

1. Cheesy Steak Keto Tacos: Going keto is one way to really cut your carbs quickly, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up all of your guilty pleasures. This recipe lets you keep Taco Tuesday alive, even on this specialty diet. (via Brit + Co)

Shrimp Tostada Bites

Forget about plain ol’ shrimp cocktail, and opt for these vibrant tostadas instead. (via Pizzazzerie)

Herb-Stuffed Mushroom Bites

Nothing says bite-size quite like stuffed mushrooms. Make these tiny football-inspired snacks to up your ‘shroom game. (via Brit + Co)

Brown Sugar-Glazed Turkey Meatballs

Each of these marble-size meatballs packs a huge flavor punch. You’ll enjoy sweet, savory, and slightly spicy sensations all at once. (via Diethood)

Bacon Pastry Twists With Beer Cheese Dip

Honestly, you may not even need the dip. The flaky bacon-and-cheese-stuffed pastry twists are satisfying when eaten solo. (via Brit + Co)

Asian Meatball Sliders

Game day favorites sliders and meatballs join in this recipe to make a truly great Super Bowl snack. Adding some spiced pickles on top brings an irresistible tang to each bite. (via Give It Some Thyme)

Air Fryer KFC Style Popcorn Chicken

Popcorn chicken is basically just a vehicle for sauces and dips. Even better, you can use the air fryer you got for Christmas to make it. (via Every Nook and Cranny)

Bananas Foster Chex Mix

A lot of Super Bowl snacks are savory, so bring a little sweet to the table with this caramelized, nutty Chex mix. Serve in a big bowl, or spoon into mini muffin liners for personal portions. (via SweetPhi)

Roasted Winter Vegetable Kabobs With Sesame Tahini Dipping Sauce

Football food doesn’t have to be heavy. Colorful roasted veggie skewers do the trick too, especially when served with a silky sesame tahini dip. (via Hello Veggie)

Bacon Wrapped Hearts of Palm

Crispy, smoky bacon wrapped around tangy hearts of palm is an elegant appetizer that’s even better when served with a dip made from caramelized shallot and olive. (via Eclectic Recipes)

Sweet Potato Chorizo Cheese Balls

These balls have everything a famished sports fan could want: biscuit mix, cheese, potatoes (sweet), and sausage. (via The Cookie Rookie)

Rainbow Crudité With Fire Feta

Spicy feta and a carefully selected variety of veggies prove that crudité doesn’t have to be boring. Your vegetarian guests will thank you for this one. (via The View From Great Island)

Air Fryer Cajun Sausage Bites

Fiery homemade sausage bites are more flavorful than what you buy in a plastic tube, and you can cook them in the air fryer to reduce the amount of oil needed to cook them until crispy on the outside. (via Cotter Crunch)

Marinated Tortellini Skewers

/>Transform tortellini from entrée to app by marinating it in herb-infused olive oil and threading it onto skewers along with mozzarella, peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, and basil. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Sticky Thai Meatballs

Keep the grape jelly and ketchup where they belong — far away from your meatballs. Instead, opt for a recipe that uses dynamic flavors like Thai curry paste, ginger, and fish sauce to season the meal and combines chili flakes, soy, rice vinegar, and honey for the sticky-sweet sauce. (via My Food Story)

Vegetarian Pigs-In-A-Blanket

Boost the flavor of vegetarian pigs-in-a-blanket by swapping bland tofu dogs for scrumptious meatless sausage links instead. (via Brit + Co)

Gluten-Free Baked Avocado Fries

Panko breadcrumbs keep these baked “fries” crunchy and satisfying but yield to a creamy avocado interior to keep your tongue guessing. (via Brit + Co)

Vegan Potato Skins

Vegans love junk food as much as anyone, so this dish of loaded potato skins should definitely be on your game day menu if you have any meatless guests coming over. (via Brit + Co)

Low-Carb Parmesan Crisps

Impress your friends with a batch of homemade Parmesan crisps. They’re low-carb, which means you can eat… all of them, right? (via Savory Tooth)

Ginger Sesame Chicken Potstickers

There are two things that set these juicy chicken potstickers apart. First, they’re encrusted with sesame seeds so the bottoms are extra-crunchy. And second, they’re dunked into a sticky pomegranate sauce for an unexpected burst of fruity flavor with each bite. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Instant Pot Deviled Eggs

Every party needs a tray of deviled eggs, an old-fashioned app that’s usually still the first thing to go at a party. Make a big batch in your Instant Pot and keep the stovetop free for whipping up a pot of your famous game day chili. (via Skinny Taste)

I know these are meant for entertaining but the are so incredibly great for kids aslo and so beyong good/ I've made a few of these now but the stuffed mushroom bites were so unexpectedly delicious, can't wait to make them as a dinner night appetizer!

The parmesan crisps are so good! I would give a 10 out of 5!


21 One-Bite Appetizer Recipe Ideas for Your Big Game Party

The Super Bowl is one of our favorite times to chow down on everything from guacamole to queso, but it’s not only about the chips and dip. These bite-size appetizers know how to rack up lots of flavor points. Stock up on napkins and toothpicks, then let everyone dig in. Even if your team didn’t make it to the finals this year, we know you’ll have a blast at the party if you invite a few of these mini morsels along.

1. Cheesy Steak Keto Tacos: Going keto is one way to really cut your carbs quickly, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up all of your guilty pleasures. This recipe lets you keep Taco Tuesday alive, even on this specialty diet. (via Brit + Co)

Shrimp Tostada Bites

Forget about plain ol’ shrimp cocktail, and opt for these vibrant tostadas instead. (via Pizzazzerie)

Herb-Stuffed Mushroom Bites

Nothing says bite-size quite like stuffed mushrooms. Make these tiny football-inspired snacks to up your ‘shroom game. (via Brit + Co)

Brown Sugar-Glazed Turkey Meatballs

Each of these marble-size meatballs packs a huge flavor punch. You’ll enjoy sweet, savory, and slightly spicy sensations all at once. (via Diethood)

Bacon Pastry Twists With Beer Cheese Dip

Honestly, you may not even need the dip. The flaky bacon-and-cheese-stuffed pastry twists are satisfying when eaten solo. (via Brit + Co)

Asian Meatball Sliders

Game day favorites sliders and meatballs join in this recipe to make a truly great Super Bowl snack. Adding some spiced pickles on top brings an irresistible tang to each bite. (via Give It Some Thyme)

Air Fryer KFC Style Popcorn Chicken

Popcorn chicken is basically just a vehicle for sauces and dips. Even better, you can use the air fryer you got for Christmas to make it. (via Every Nook and Cranny)

Bananas Foster Chex Mix

A lot of Super Bowl snacks are savory, so bring a little sweet to the table with this caramelized, nutty Chex mix. Serve in a big bowl, or spoon into mini muffin liners for personal portions. (via SweetPhi)

Roasted Winter Vegetable Kabobs With Sesame Tahini Dipping Sauce

Football food doesn’t have to be heavy. Colorful roasted veggie skewers do the trick too, especially when served with a silky sesame tahini dip. (via Hello Veggie)

Bacon Wrapped Hearts of Palm

Crispy, smoky bacon wrapped around tangy hearts of palm is an elegant appetizer that’s even better when served with a dip made from caramelized shallot and olive. (via Eclectic Recipes)

Sweet Potato Chorizo Cheese Balls

These balls have everything a famished sports fan could want: biscuit mix, cheese, potatoes (sweet), and sausage. (via The Cookie Rookie)

Rainbow Crudité With Fire Feta

Spicy feta and a carefully selected variety of veggies prove that crudité doesn’t have to be boring. Your vegetarian guests will thank you for this one. (via The View From Great Island)

Air Fryer Cajun Sausage Bites

Fiery homemade sausage bites are more flavorful than what you buy in a plastic tube, and you can cook them in the air fryer to reduce the amount of oil needed to cook them until crispy on the outside. (via Cotter Crunch)

Marinated Tortellini Skewers

/>Transform tortellini from entrée to app by marinating it in herb-infused olive oil and threading it onto skewers along with mozzarella, peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, and basil. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Sticky Thai Meatballs

Keep the grape jelly and ketchup where they belong — far away from your meatballs. Instead, opt for a recipe that uses dynamic flavors like Thai curry paste, ginger, and fish sauce to season the meal and combines chili flakes, soy, rice vinegar, and honey for the sticky-sweet sauce. (via My Food Story)

Vegetarian Pigs-In-A-Blanket

Boost the flavor of vegetarian pigs-in-a-blanket by swapping bland tofu dogs for scrumptious meatless sausage links instead. (via Brit + Co)

Gluten-Free Baked Avocado Fries

Panko breadcrumbs keep these baked “fries” crunchy and satisfying but yield to a creamy avocado interior to keep your tongue guessing. (via Brit + Co)

Vegan Potato Skins

Vegans love junk food as much as anyone, so this dish of loaded potato skins should definitely be on your game day menu if you have any meatless guests coming over. (via Brit + Co)

Low-Carb Parmesan Crisps

Impress your friends with a batch of homemade Parmesan crisps. They’re low-carb, which means you can eat… all of them, right? (via Savory Tooth)

Ginger Sesame Chicken Potstickers

There are two things that set these juicy chicken potstickers apart. First, they’re encrusted with sesame seeds so the bottoms are extra-crunchy. And second, they’re dunked into a sticky pomegranate sauce for an unexpected burst of fruity flavor with each bite. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Instant Pot Deviled Eggs

Every party needs a tray of deviled eggs, an old-fashioned app that’s usually still the first thing to go at a party. Make a big batch in your Instant Pot and keep the stovetop free for whipping up a pot of your famous game day chili. (via Skinny Taste)

I know these are meant for entertaining but the are so incredibly great for kids aslo and so beyong good/ I've made a few of these now but the stuffed mushroom bites were so unexpectedly delicious, can't wait to make them as a dinner night appetizer!

The parmesan crisps are so good! I would give a 10 out of 5!


21 One-Bite Appetizer Recipe Ideas for Your Big Game Party

The Super Bowl is one of our favorite times to chow down on everything from guacamole to queso, but it’s not only about the chips and dip. These bite-size appetizers know how to rack up lots of flavor points. Stock up on napkins and toothpicks, then let everyone dig in. Even if your team didn’t make it to the finals this year, we know you’ll have a blast at the party if you invite a few of these mini morsels along.

1. Cheesy Steak Keto Tacos: Going keto is one way to really cut your carbs quickly, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up all of your guilty pleasures. This recipe lets you keep Taco Tuesday alive, even on this specialty diet. (via Brit + Co)

Shrimp Tostada Bites

Forget about plain ol’ shrimp cocktail, and opt for these vibrant tostadas instead. (via Pizzazzerie)

Herb-Stuffed Mushroom Bites

Nothing says bite-size quite like stuffed mushrooms. Make these tiny football-inspired snacks to up your ‘shroom game. (via Brit + Co)

Brown Sugar-Glazed Turkey Meatballs

Each of these marble-size meatballs packs a huge flavor punch. You’ll enjoy sweet, savory, and slightly spicy sensations all at once. (via Diethood)

Bacon Pastry Twists With Beer Cheese Dip

Honestly, you may not even need the dip. The flaky bacon-and-cheese-stuffed pastry twists are satisfying when eaten solo. (via Brit + Co)

Asian Meatball Sliders

Game day favorites sliders and meatballs join in this recipe to make a truly great Super Bowl snack. Adding some spiced pickles on top brings an irresistible tang to each bite. (via Give It Some Thyme)

Air Fryer KFC Style Popcorn Chicken

Popcorn chicken is basically just a vehicle for sauces and dips. Even better, you can use the air fryer you got for Christmas to make it. (via Every Nook and Cranny)

Bananas Foster Chex Mix

A lot of Super Bowl snacks are savory, so bring a little sweet to the table with this caramelized, nutty Chex mix. Serve in a big bowl, or spoon into mini muffin liners for personal portions. (via SweetPhi)

Roasted Winter Vegetable Kabobs With Sesame Tahini Dipping Sauce

Football food doesn’t have to be heavy. Colorful roasted veggie skewers do the trick too, especially when served with a silky sesame tahini dip. (via Hello Veggie)

Bacon Wrapped Hearts of Palm

Crispy, smoky bacon wrapped around tangy hearts of palm is an elegant appetizer that’s even better when served with a dip made from caramelized shallot and olive. (via Eclectic Recipes)

Sweet Potato Chorizo Cheese Balls

These balls have everything a famished sports fan could want: biscuit mix, cheese, potatoes (sweet), and sausage. (via The Cookie Rookie)

Rainbow Crudité With Fire Feta

Spicy feta and a carefully selected variety of veggies prove that crudité doesn’t have to be boring. Your vegetarian guests will thank you for this one. (via The View From Great Island)

Air Fryer Cajun Sausage Bites

Fiery homemade sausage bites are more flavorful than what you buy in a plastic tube, and you can cook them in the air fryer to reduce the amount of oil needed to cook them until crispy on the outside. (via Cotter Crunch)

Marinated Tortellini Skewers

/>Transform tortellini from entrée to app by marinating it in herb-infused olive oil and threading it onto skewers along with mozzarella, peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, and basil. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Sticky Thai Meatballs

Keep the grape jelly and ketchup where they belong — far away from your meatballs. Instead, opt for a recipe that uses dynamic flavors like Thai curry paste, ginger, and fish sauce to season the meal and combines chili flakes, soy, rice vinegar, and honey for the sticky-sweet sauce. (via My Food Story)

Vegetarian Pigs-In-A-Blanket

Boost the flavor of vegetarian pigs-in-a-blanket by swapping bland tofu dogs for scrumptious meatless sausage links instead. (via Brit + Co)

Gluten-Free Baked Avocado Fries

Panko breadcrumbs keep these baked “fries” crunchy and satisfying but yield to a creamy avocado interior to keep your tongue guessing. (via Brit + Co)

Vegan Potato Skins

Vegans love junk food as much as anyone, so this dish of loaded potato skins should definitely be on your game day menu if you have any meatless guests coming over. (via Brit + Co)

Low-Carb Parmesan Crisps

Impress your friends with a batch of homemade Parmesan crisps. They’re low-carb, which means you can eat… all of them, right? (via Savory Tooth)

Ginger Sesame Chicken Potstickers

There are two things that set these juicy chicken potstickers apart. First, they’re encrusted with sesame seeds so the bottoms are extra-crunchy. And second, they’re dunked into a sticky pomegranate sauce for an unexpected burst of fruity flavor with each bite. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Instant Pot Deviled Eggs

Every party needs a tray of deviled eggs, an old-fashioned app that’s usually still the first thing to go at a party. Make a big batch in your Instant Pot and keep the stovetop free for whipping up a pot of your famous game day chili. (via Skinny Taste)

I know these are meant for entertaining but the are so incredibly great for kids aslo and so beyong good/ I've made a few of these now but the stuffed mushroom bites were so unexpectedly delicious, can't wait to make them as a dinner night appetizer!

The parmesan crisps are so good! I would give a 10 out of 5!


21 One-Bite Appetizer Recipe Ideas for Your Big Game Party

The Super Bowl is one of our favorite times to chow down on everything from guacamole to queso, but it’s not only about the chips and dip. These bite-size appetizers know how to rack up lots of flavor points. Stock up on napkins and toothpicks, then let everyone dig in. Even if your team didn’t make it to the finals this year, we know you’ll have a blast at the party if you invite a few of these mini morsels along.

1. Cheesy Steak Keto Tacos: Going keto is one way to really cut your carbs quickly, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up all of your guilty pleasures. This recipe lets you keep Taco Tuesday alive, even on this specialty diet. (via Brit + Co)

Shrimp Tostada Bites

Forget about plain ol’ shrimp cocktail, and opt for these vibrant tostadas instead. (via Pizzazzerie)

Herb-Stuffed Mushroom Bites

Nothing says bite-size quite like stuffed mushrooms. Make these tiny football-inspired snacks to up your ‘shroom game. (via Brit + Co)

Brown Sugar-Glazed Turkey Meatballs

Each of these marble-size meatballs packs a huge flavor punch. You’ll enjoy sweet, savory, and slightly spicy sensations all at once. (via Diethood)

Bacon Pastry Twists With Beer Cheese Dip

Honestly, you may not even need the dip. The flaky bacon-and-cheese-stuffed pastry twists are satisfying when eaten solo. (via Brit + Co)

Asian Meatball Sliders

Game day favorites sliders and meatballs join in this recipe to make a truly great Super Bowl snack. Adding some spiced pickles on top brings an irresistible tang to each bite. (via Give It Some Thyme)

Air Fryer KFC Style Popcorn Chicken

Popcorn chicken is basically just a vehicle for sauces and dips. Even better, you can use the air fryer you got for Christmas to make it. (via Every Nook and Cranny)

Bananas Foster Chex Mix

A lot of Super Bowl snacks are savory, so bring a little sweet to the table with this caramelized, nutty Chex mix. Serve in a big bowl, or spoon into mini muffin liners for personal portions. (via SweetPhi)

Roasted Winter Vegetable Kabobs With Sesame Tahini Dipping Sauce

Football food doesn’t have to be heavy. Colorful roasted veggie skewers do the trick too, especially when served with a silky sesame tahini dip. (via Hello Veggie)

Bacon Wrapped Hearts of Palm

Crispy, smoky bacon wrapped around tangy hearts of palm is an elegant appetizer that’s even better when served with a dip made from caramelized shallot and olive. (via Eclectic Recipes)

Sweet Potato Chorizo Cheese Balls

These balls have everything a famished sports fan could want: biscuit mix, cheese, potatoes (sweet), and sausage. (via The Cookie Rookie)

Rainbow Crudité With Fire Feta

Spicy feta and a carefully selected variety of veggies prove that crudité doesn’t have to be boring. Your vegetarian guests will thank you for this one. (via The View From Great Island)

Air Fryer Cajun Sausage Bites

Fiery homemade sausage bites are more flavorful than what you buy in a plastic tube, and you can cook them in the air fryer to reduce the amount of oil needed to cook them until crispy on the outside. (via Cotter Crunch)

Marinated Tortellini Skewers

/>Transform tortellini from entrée to app by marinating it in herb-infused olive oil and threading it onto skewers along with mozzarella, peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, and basil. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Sticky Thai Meatballs

Keep the grape jelly and ketchup where they belong — far away from your meatballs. Instead, opt for a recipe that uses dynamic flavors like Thai curry paste, ginger, and fish sauce to season the meal and combines chili flakes, soy, rice vinegar, and honey for the sticky-sweet sauce. (via My Food Story)

Vegetarian Pigs-In-A-Blanket

Boost the flavor of vegetarian pigs-in-a-blanket by swapping bland tofu dogs for scrumptious meatless sausage links instead. (via Brit + Co)

Gluten-Free Baked Avocado Fries

Panko breadcrumbs keep these baked “fries” crunchy and satisfying but yield to a creamy avocado interior to keep your tongue guessing. (via Brit + Co)

Vegan Potato Skins

Vegans love junk food as much as anyone, so this dish of loaded potato skins should definitely be on your game day menu if you have any meatless guests coming over. (via Brit + Co)

Low-Carb Parmesan Crisps

Impress your friends with a batch of homemade Parmesan crisps. They’re low-carb, which means you can eat… all of them, right? (via Savory Tooth)

Ginger Sesame Chicken Potstickers

There are two things that set these juicy chicken potstickers apart. First, they’re encrusted with sesame seeds so the bottoms are extra-crunchy. And second, they’re dunked into a sticky pomegranate sauce for an unexpected burst of fruity flavor with each bite. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Instant Pot Deviled Eggs

Every party needs a tray of deviled eggs, an old-fashioned app that’s usually still the first thing to go at a party. Make a big batch in your Instant Pot and keep the stovetop free for whipping up a pot of your famous game day chili. (via Skinny Taste)

I know these are meant for entertaining but the are so incredibly great for kids aslo and so beyong good/ I've made a few of these now but the stuffed mushroom bites were so unexpectedly delicious, can't wait to make them as a dinner night appetizer!

The parmesan crisps are so good! I would give a 10 out of 5!


21 One-Bite Appetizer Recipe Ideas for Your Big Game Party

The Super Bowl is one of our favorite times to chow down on everything from guacamole to queso, but it’s not only about the chips and dip. These bite-size appetizers know how to rack up lots of flavor points. Stock up on napkins and toothpicks, then let everyone dig in. Even if your team didn’t make it to the finals this year, we know you’ll have a blast at the party if you invite a few of these mini morsels along.

1. Cheesy Steak Keto Tacos: Going keto is one way to really cut your carbs quickly, but that doesn’t mean you have to give up all of your guilty pleasures. This recipe lets you keep Taco Tuesday alive, even on this specialty diet. (via Brit + Co)

Shrimp Tostada Bites

Forget about plain ol’ shrimp cocktail, and opt for these vibrant tostadas instead. (via Pizzazzerie)

Herb-Stuffed Mushroom Bites

Nothing says bite-size quite like stuffed mushrooms. Make these tiny football-inspired snacks to up your ‘shroom game. (via Brit + Co)

Brown Sugar-Glazed Turkey Meatballs

Each of these marble-size meatballs packs a huge flavor punch. You’ll enjoy sweet, savory, and slightly spicy sensations all at once. (via Diethood)

Bacon Pastry Twists With Beer Cheese Dip

Honestly, you may not even need the dip. The flaky bacon-and-cheese-stuffed pastry twists are satisfying when eaten solo. (via Brit + Co)

Asian Meatball Sliders

Game day favorites sliders and meatballs join in this recipe to make a truly great Super Bowl snack. Adding some spiced pickles on top brings an irresistible tang to each bite. (via Give It Some Thyme)

Air Fryer KFC Style Popcorn Chicken

Popcorn chicken is basically just a vehicle for sauces and dips. Even better, you can use the air fryer you got for Christmas to make it. (via Every Nook and Cranny)

Bananas Foster Chex Mix

A lot of Super Bowl snacks are savory, so bring a little sweet to the table with this caramelized, nutty Chex mix. Serve in a big bowl, or spoon into mini muffin liners for personal portions. (via SweetPhi)

Roasted Winter Vegetable Kabobs With Sesame Tahini Dipping Sauce

Football food doesn’t have to be heavy. Colorful roasted veggie skewers do the trick too, especially when served with a silky sesame tahini dip. (via Hello Veggie)

Bacon Wrapped Hearts of Palm

Crispy, smoky bacon wrapped around tangy hearts of palm is an elegant appetizer that’s even better when served with a dip made from caramelized shallot and olive. (via Eclectic Recipes)

Sweet Potato Chorizo Cheese Balls

These balls have everything a famished sports fan could want: biscuit mix, cheese, potatoes (sweet), and sausage. (via The Cookie Rookie)

Rainbow Crudité With Fire Feta

Spicy feta and a carefully selected variety of veggies prove that crudité doesn’t have to be boring. Your vegetarian guests will thank you for this one. (via The View From Great Island)

Air Fryer Cajun Sausage Bites

Fiery homemade sausage bites are more flavorful than what you buy in a plastic tube, and you can cook them in the air fryer to reduce the amount of oil needed to cook them until crispy on the outside. (via Cotter Crunch)

Marinated Tortellini Skewers

/>Transform tortellini from entrée to app by marinating it in herb-infused olive oil and threading it onto skewers along with mozzarella, peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, and basil. (via Give it Some Thyme)

Sticky Thai Meatballs

Keep the grape jelly and ketchup where they belong — far away from your meatballs. Instead, opt for a recipe that uses dynamic flavors like Thai curry paste, ginger, and fish sauce to season the meal and combines chili flakes, soy, rice vinegar, and honey for the sticky-sweet sauce. (via My Food Story)

Vegetarian Pigs-In-A-Blanket

Boost the flavor of vegetarian pigs-in-a-blanket by swapping bland tofu dogs for scrumptious meatless sausage links instead. (via Brit + Co)

Gluten-Free Baked Avocado Fries

Panko breadcrumbs keep these baked “fries” crunchy and satisfying but yield to a creamy avocado interior to keep your tongue guessing. (via Brit + Co)

Vegan Potato Skins

Vegans love junk food as much as anyone, so this dish of loaded potato skins should definitely be on your game day menu if you have any meatless guests coming over. (via Brit + Co)

Low-Carb Parmesan Crisps

Impress your friends with a batch of homemade Parmesan crisps. They’re low-carb, which means you can eat… all of them, right? (via Savory Tooth)

Ginger Sesame Chicken Potstickers

There are two things that set these juicy chicken potstickers apart. First, they’re encrusted with sesame seeds so the bottoms are extra-crunchy. And second, they’re dunked into a sticky pomegranate sauce for an unexpected burst of fruity flavor with each bite. (via Half Baked Harvest)

Instant Pot Deviled Eggs

Every party needs a tray of deviled eggs, an old-fashioned app that’s usually still the first thing to go at a party. Make a big batch in your Instant Pot and keep the stovetop free for whipping up a pot of your famous game day chili. (via Skinny Taste)

I know these are meant for entertaining but the are so incredibly great for kids aslo and so beyong good/ I've made a few of these now but the stuffed mushroom bites were so unexpectedly delicious, can't wait to make them as a dinner night appetizer!

The parmesan crisps are so good! I would give a 10 out of 5!


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