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.
You can save time by preparing the cheese dip up to a day ahead; just cover and chill in an airtight container, and bake just
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. You can also make the topping the day before
and chill until you are ready to serve the cheese.
Kick of the spice of festive red cranberries in this sweet-hot salsa for your holiday gathering. You can make it ahead and
freeze up to one month.