Posted on: February 3, 2023 Posted by: Comments: 0

Last Updated on February 3, 2023

Whether you’re throwing a large gathering or just cooking for family, make sure you add some of these mouth-watering appetizers to your menu next Sunday.

Baked crunchy hot honey chicken

If you haven’t bookmarked Half Baked Harvest yet, here’s your sign. Recipe developer Tieghan Gerard is a whiz in the kitchen, whipping up only the most crowd-pleasing eats. Her recipe for baked crunchy hot honey chicken is a fan favorite and perfect for next Sunday’s game day spread.

Avocado Cucumber Shrimp

If you’ve got seafood lovers attending your gathering, these avocado cucumber shrimp bites are sure to be a hit. Plus, this recipe is naturally dairy and gluten free.

Taco dip

Who says tacos have to be just for Tuesdays? While tacos are a bit messy for a party, taco dip is the perfect culinary compromise.

Butter board

You butter get on board with this unique appetizer!

Charcuterie, but make it football

In you’re in charge of charcuterie, why don’t you take a cue from Emeril’s book and kick it up a notch? You’ll be the talk of the party with this football-themed appetizer.

Hand held tuna melts

For the more refined big game soiree, these tuna melt hors d’oeuvres are simply divine. Get Barefoot Contessa’s recipe here.

Tangy Greek dip

Think outside the box when it comes to chips and dip and serve tangy Greek dip with pita chips. Get the recipe.

Dairy free green chicken chili dip

When you’re feeding a crowd, it’s a good idea to have some gluten and dairy free options available and with this green chicken chili dip recipe you won’t even miss the dairy.

Root beer pulled pork sliders with creamy jalapeño apple slaw

We would have been happy with root beer pulled pork, but then you add in the creamy jalapeno apple slaw?! Move over Rihanna, because this recipe might steal the show.

Cubano sliders

Another slider recipe because honestly, sliders are always a fan favorite and fill party guests up! Click on the IG link for the recipe.

How many appetizers should I prepare for a party?

If you’re having a main course, plan on 6-7 apps per person. If appetizers are the main course (nothing wrong with that) plan on 8-12 munchies per person.

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