I’m OBSESSED with these Italian stuffed mushrooms filled with broccoli rabe and sausage, the perfect festive holiday appetizer!
Stuffed Mushrooms with Broccoli Rabe
Holy moly, these are good! I love broccoli rabe and sausage combined, so using them as a stuffing for stuffed mushrooms was a no brainer. They turned out so incredible!
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Grab some chips and dig into this cheesy, Baked Mexican Layer Dip made with spiced ground turkey, refried beans, salsa, green chilies, tomatoes, cheese and avocado.
Mexican Layer Dip
This easy Mexican dip is to die for! When I want a cold Mexican appetizer to bring to a party, we love this easy Taco Dip, Guacamole and Homemade Salsa recipe. But when I’m craving a hot dip, this is it!! Perfect for parties, football games or any time you’re entertaining. It’s hot, cheesy, delicious, and loaded with flavor! Grab some chips, add some friends and dig in!
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Prosciutto Wrapped Figs with Blue Cheese served on a bed of baby arugula with a light vinaigrette. A delicious combination of salt, acid and sweet.
Prosciutto Wrapped Figs with Blue Cheese
I’m obsessed with these figs stuffed with blue cheese wrapped in Prosciutto ham! Such a great way to enjoy figs as an appetizer or light lunch. Prosciutto and Figs pair well in salads raw, but when the figs cook, they caramelize and become even sweeter and more delicious.
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Bruschetta with Tomato and Basil, one of my favorite way to use up my summer tomatoes is with this simple appetizer or side dish.
Basil and tomatoes compliment each other beautifully and are usually overflowing in my garden in the late summer months. You can toast the bread in the oven or on the grill so you don’t heat up the kitchen.
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Make this easy breakfast Veggie Ham and Cheese Egg Bake for a large gathering or make it ahead for meal prep for the week.
I love making breakfast casseroles when I am hosting brunch or bringing a breakfast dish to a potluck. Some other favorites are Sausage Cheese and Veggie Bake, Tex Mex Breakfast Casserole and this Spinach Feta and Artichoke Bake.
A delicious, creamy White Bean Turkey Chili recipe is made with canned white beans, ground turkey, aromatics and spices – no tomatoes!
White Bean Turkey Chili
This easy chili can be made on the stove, slow cooker or Instant Pot. Leftovers taste even better the next day for lunch! More chili recipes you might enjoy are Jalapeno Popper Chicken Chili, Quick Beef Chili, and No Bean Turkey and Sweet Potato Chili.
These Buffalo Chicken Egg Rolls, filled with shredded boneless chicken breast, carrots, scallions, hot sauce and blue cheese make the perfect appetizer! Bake them in the oven or air fryer!
Buffalo Chicken Egg Rolls
For the filling, I took inspiration from my Buffalo Chicken Dip and added some cream cheese to the mix to make them creamy, moist and flavorful! You can see more Super Bowl Recipes here.
Jalapeno Poppers meet Nachos in this fun, low-carb twist on two classic appetizers, perfect for sharing with your friends this SUPERBOWL!
Inspire by my Loaded Mini Bell Pepper Nachos, I spiced things up using jalapeno peppers filled with cream cheese and cheddar instead, before loading on all the toppings!
This Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Dip has everything you love about buffalo wings, only made into a dip – no messy hands!
Buffalo Chicken Dip
It’s perfect for sharing with friends and a must for your Superbowl party!! A few more favorite party appetizers are my Mini Bell Peppers Loaded Turkey “Nachos”, Hot Spinach and Artichoke Dip, and Baked Buffalo Chicken Jalapeño Poppers.
Bacon wrapped chicken bites are the easiest appetizer, made with just TWO ingredients. Using the air fryer, the bacon comes out crisp on the outside, and the chicken juicy and tender inside.
These were always a favorite when I was a kid, my Mom served them anytime we had company. She would set out some duck sauce, totally optional and let everyone dig in. If you prefer to bake them in the oven, you can use oven version here.