Keep your guests coming back for more with these appetizing dips.
Spinach-artichoke dip is always a party favorite. We love this recipe for its creamy texture and wonderful flavors from artichoke
hearts, lemon juice and a mix of Parmesan and pepper Jack cheese.
You can save time by making this recipe up to 3 days before the party.
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.
Warm Brie With Ginger-Citrus Glaze will come together quickly. Pop the cheese in the oven, make your glaze in the microwave,
and gather fresh fruit. You’re done in about 10 minutes.
Party Tip: Place the Brie directly on an oven-safe serving plate, and bake as directed. The hot plate will keep the cheese warm and gooey longer.
Recipe Link: Warm Brie With Ginger-Citrus Glaze
You can transform the leftovers from this appetizer into crostini by topping toasted French bread rounds with this creamy
spread and a sprinkle of finely diced apples and toasted pecans.
A sugary spin on a cream cheese classic with a crisp bruléed topping.
This cheese dip is made heartier by the addition of chopped cooked chicken. Chopped chipotle peppers, jalapeños, and chili
powder add even more heat. Prepare up to a day ahead; cover and chill in an airtight container, and bake just before serving.
Just like any good Louisiana gumbo, this dip is thick and full of flavor.
Cilantro adds a nice hint of spice to this creamy hummus dip. Serve with pita chips and sliced cucumbers.
This herb-and-walnut cheese spread is ideal for large gatherings. Pear preserves balance the tanginess of the Roquefort cheese,
and toasted pecans and walnuts add nutty flavor.
For the perfect low-stress starter, try this rich and creamy baked dip.
Tip: Bake Blue Cheese-Bacon Dip in four small baking dishes, and place throughout the party area.
Make this appetizer your go-to crowd pleaser. Charmingly retro, the cheese ring is dressed up with sweet strawberry preserves
that pair perfectly with the sharp Cheddar cheese.
This recipe makes a lot, but it can be frozen for up to a month. It fits perfectly into 4 (10-oz.) ramekins. Try it over French
fries, hot dogs, and chili too.
It's Southern tradition to have a little hot sauce with your turnip greens, so be sure to offer guests several brands to choose
from on the side.
You can have this five-ingredient appetizer party-ready in about 10 minutes.
Show off the festive flavor of cranberries with this sweet-hot salsa. You can make it ahead and freeze up to one month before
your holiday gathering.
Recipe developer Julia Reed adapted this creamy dip from a recipe in Bayou Cuisine by St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in Indianola,