Dips and bite-sized treats can taste good and be good for you. Try one of these recipes for your next party or get-together.
Fresh Herb-Tomato Crostini is a versatile recipe. The tomato topping also serves as an ingredient for tangy tabbouleh salad.
Alternate honeydew and cantaloupe for a colorful platter of Melon, Mozzarella, and Proscuitto Skewers.
For a simple, fresh appetizer, wrap mango slices and arugula in paper-thin slices of prosciutto. For a slightly different flavor, substitute another fruit, such as pear or cantaloupe, for mango.
We like to eat this cool, creamy spread on toasted crostini or fresh veggies. It’s packed with the goodness of soybeans and
tons of flavor from garlic and basil.
This scrumptious appetizer is easy to prep. Simply roll a log of creamy goat cheese in fresh chopped thyme, parsley, tarragon,
and mint in advance. Then, just before serving, spread onto fresh toasted baguette slices and top with sun-dried tomatoes
and basil leaves.
Start with black bean soup mix to make this zesty bean dip. Serve with slices of cucumber, bell pepper, or your favorite raw
Diced tomatoes and avocado blend with onion, jalapeño, and lime for unbelievably fresh Southwestern flavor. Serve with your
favorite tortilla chips, and use leftovers to top a main dish.
Cilantro adds a nice hint of spice to this creamy hummus dip. Serve with pita chips and sliced cucumbers.
This refreshing appetizer coats shrimp in a flavorful vinaigrette and showcases them in shooter glasses. Garnish with the
leaves of romaine lettuce hearts and serve in an ice-filled tray at a spring or summertime party.
Roasting black-eyed peas gives them a crispy, dry texture that’s perfect for snacking. Chili powder and cumin give the beans
a flavor-packed coating that won’t disappoint your guests.
Black-eyed peas, corn, tomato, peppers, and onions make a festive twist on salsa. Use Belgian endive leaves as a unique and
Fresh mint, lemon rind, and honey dress up yogurt to make a light yet tasty dipper for strawberries or other fruit. Use Greek
yogurt if you want a thicker dip texture without the added straining step.
This appetizer version of a caprese salad sandwiches mozzarella slices between grape tomato halves in an elegant skewer presentation.
A drizzle of olive oil and balsamic vinegar and a sprinkle of fresh chopped basil finishes off the tasty bites.
Roasted red bell peppers add a kick of color and flavor to traditional hummus. Go ahead and double the recipe; leftovers make
a tasty sandwich spread.