Whether you are hosting a small cocktail party, game day soiree or a holiday celebration these easy party appetizers will be a hit.
In this collection you will find, no-cook appetizers like restaurant-style salsa, make ahead options like deviled eggs, and healthier alternatives to favorites like these delicious baked sweet potato skins.
You can find a new favorite or stick to a classic. Just remember, when the party starts, make sure you grab a couple for yourself because these appetizers are sure to fly off the table.
Mini taco bites
These mini taco bites make a delicious addition to any appetizer spread. Made with refried beans they are a great meatless option. Make the mini tacos as shown or customize the toppings however you like.
Sweet potato skins
These sweet potato skins are loaded with melted cheese, crumbled crispy bacon, and green onions. They are baked instead of fried making a healthy-ish version of the classic restaurant appetizer.
Sausage cheese balls
These little bites are made with Italian sausage, Italian seasoning, and three kinds of cheese. They are flavorful little bites that are a perfect appetizer for your next party.
Creamy spinach dip
This creamy spinach dip is delicious, easy to make, and comes together quickly. In this recipe a few simple ingredients make a creamy dip that will be a hit at your next party.
These deviled eggs are a family favorite. With simple ingredients they are a snap to make and are always a welcome addition to any party spread.
Easy restaurant style salsa
This salsa is as easy as it gets. It’s made in a blender and there’s no cooking involved. Canned tomatoes are combined with onions, cilantro, lime juice and spices to make a delicious appetizer.
Sticky chicken wings
These sticky chicken wings are delicious. In this recipe, chicken wings are baked until they’re fall off the bone, then they are coated with a sweet and tangy barbecue sauce.
This tapas platter is easy to put together for your next party. We keep things simple with meats and cheeses and add a special touch with olives and sardines in extra virgin olive oil.
Hot spinach dip
If you want a simple appetizer, this hot spinach dip is really easy to make and comes together quickly. With only 4 ingredients, it is one of the easiest appetizers ever!
This dill dip recipe is quick and easy to make. It’s made with sour cream, cream cheese, and flavored with fresh dill, spices and a touch of honey.
These ground turkey empanadas are made with a simple picadillo filling. It’s made with a savory tomato sauce flavored with onions, garlic, spices and olives.
Shredded chicken nachos
These nachos are hearty and delicious. In this take on the restaurant favorite, corn tortilla chips are loaded with shredded chicken, black beans, corn, black olives, green onions, tomatoes, and cheese.
Pork lettuce wraps
Quick and easy, these lettuce wraps make a wonderful appetizer. Ground pork is cooked with a savory Asian-inspired sauce, served on lettuce cups and topped with shredded carrots and peanuts.
Baked buffalo wings
Buffalo chicken wings are a party favorite and a game-day must. These spicy chicken wings are crispy and fall off the bone, and yes, they’re baked not fried.
Baked potato slices
These baked potato slices are topped with melted cheddar cheese and crispy, crumbled bacon making them a delicious appetizer. This recipe is a fun take on a loaded baked potato.
Mini beef pot pies
These mini beef pot pies are an easy and fun take on the comfort food classic. In this recipe the crust is made with refrigerated biscuits, that are stuffed with a beef filling and baked in muffin tins.
Pork egg rolls
These homemade egg rolls make a great appetizer. In this recipe, the egg rolls are stuffed with a combination of pork and vegetables that are flavored with a homemade savory sauce.
Frituras de malanga, or malanga fritters are grated malanga root combined with egg and flavored with parsley, garlic, salt and vinegar. They’re crispy on the outside, tender and mild on the inside.
Empanadas are stuffed pastries that are baked or fried. In this recipe, we use chicken breast that’s cooked in tomato sauce flavored with onions, garlic, spices and olives for a salty kick.
Chorizo cheese dip
In this recipe, fresh chorizo is cooked and combined with a creamy cheese sauce. We keep the ingredients to a minimum, so the chorizo and cheese get a chance to shine.
Buffalo chicken bites
These chicken bites are a tasty appetizer and perfect for your game day spread. In this recipe, chicken breast pieces are seasoned, coated with flour, fried and tossed in a homemade buffalo sauce.
This is an easy, no fuss appetizer that’s great for parties or game-day festivities. In this recipe, smoked salmon is combined with cream cheese, sour cream, fresh herbs and hot sauce.
Southwestern egg rolls
These egg rolls are filled with seasoned ground beef, black beans, and corn. The filling comes together quickly, and we take some help from the market buying the egg roll wrappers.
Baked brie and roasted garlic
In this recipe, garlic is roasted with olive oil until golden. Then the garlic is spread onto lightly toasted baguette slices and topped with a generous amount of melted brie cheese.
Baked beef empanadas
These baked beef empanadas make a great appetizer, with an easy to make savory filling. We take some help from the market with pre-made empanada disks.
Cold buffalo chicken dip
This dip is an easy, no fuss appetizer that’s great for parties or game-day festivities. Shredded chicken breast is combined with cream cheese, sour cream, spices and plenty of hot sauce.
French bread pizza
This French bread pizza is topped with sausage, thin sliced onions, and black olives. It’s easy to make and only takes a few more minutes than making a frozen pizza or ordering takeout.
These Cuban sliders are a mini version of the popular Cuban sandwich. They’re made with pork, ham, Swiss cheese and pickles all layered on slider buns.
These baked riblets are fall-off-the-bone and coated in a sweet barbecue sauce. They make a great appetizer since the ribs are already separated when you cook them.
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