Our Favorite Recipes To Serve At A Southern Sip 'N See

Cha-Cha Chicken Salad
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For those who are unfamiliar, it's a classic baby celebration party with a Southern twist. Of course there must be something delicious to serve– and here are a few of our favorites.

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Fruit Salad with Yogurt

Fruit Salad with Yogurt
Jennifer Davick

Recipe: Fruit Salad with Yogurt

Southern folks know you can't go wrong with a simple fruit salad, and this one is complemented by a delicious yogurt. The tanginess in the yogurt is the perfect addition to the sweetness of the fruit. Be sure to choose berries that are in season.

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Gouda Grits

Gouda Grits
Photo: Jennifer Davick

Recipe: Gouda Grits

If you're searching for an elegant side at the sip and see, go with Gouda Grits. It's a hearty choice to balance out some of the lighter appetizers.

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Tomato-Herb Mini Frittatas

Tomato-Herb Mini Frittatas
Photo: Jennifer Davick

Recipe: Tomato-Herb Mini Frittatas

Tomato-herb mini frittatas are forever the hit at any classy celebration. Bursting with flavor, these miniature treats are just as decadent as they are delicious.

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Quick Buttermilk Biscuits

Quick Buttermilk Biscuits
Photo: Jennifer Davick

Recipe: Quick Buttermilk Biscuits

Let's be honest, no Southern sip and see is complete without a few buttermilk biscuits. Your guests will flock to the classic dish, and this recipe is accompanied by lemon-herb butter for the ideal finish.

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Sparkling Ginger-Orange Cocktails

Ginger-Orange Mocktails
Jennifer Davick

Recipe: Sparkling Ginger-Orange Cocktails

Don't forget the "sip" part of your sip and see! This sparkling ginger-orange cocktail is both refreshing and picturesque. It will look beautiful sitting next to the classic fruit salad.

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Iced Sugar Cookies

Iced Sugar Cookies
Photo: Jennifer Davick

Recipe: Iced Sugar Cookies

Serving iced sugar cookies is a surefire way to be certain there will be at least on dish everyone loves. Decorate them in honor of your new baby using his or her initials.

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Dainty Cucumber Sandwich

Dainty Cucumber Sandwich
Southern Living

Recipe: Dainty Cucumber Sandwich

If you've ever been to a sophisticated tea party, you know cucumber sandwiches are the highlight. Complete with cream cheese and cucumber slivers, this snack is sure to score major points with your friends and family.

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Honey-Green Tea Fizz

Honey-Green Tea Fizz
Photo: Laurey W. Glenn

Recipe: Honey-Green Tea Fizz

For those people looking for an alcohol-free beverage, honey-green tea fizz is a great choice. It's super sweet without being overpowering, and the flavorful drink is mild enough to pair with any choice of food.

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Cream Cheese-Olive Spread

Wedding Shower Recipe Ideas: Cream Cheese-Olive Spread
Southern Living

Recipe: Cream Cheese-Olive Spread

There's nothing like a good, old-fashioned cheese dip, and this one takes the cake. Cream cheese-olive spread is a fantastic make-ahead dish for a stress-free sip and see.

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Salted Caramel Strawberries

Salted Caramel Strawberries
Jennifer Davick; Styling: Leigh Anne Montgomery

Recipe: Salted Caramel Strawberries

There's never a bad occasion for caramel covered strawberries, but this recipe calls for a slew of other tasty treats. Keep it interesting with this delightful dish.

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Lemon Tea Bread

Lemon Tea Bread

Recipe: Lemon Tea Bread

Lemon-tea bread is reminiscent of pound cake with a tangy twist. It's a timeless choice for your sip and see.

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Petite Blueberry Cheesecakes

Petite Blueberry Cheesecakes
Hector Sanchez

Recipe: Petite Blueberry Cheesecakes

Petite blueberry cheesecakes are as cute as a button, but the flavor is far from petite. The personal desserts are ideal for a buffet-style occasion.

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Cha-Cha Chicken Salad

Cha-Cha Chicken Salad
Southern Living

Recipe: Cha-Cha Chicken Salad

Serve cha-cha chicken salad for the folks that were hoping for a hearty dish. Put mini croissants on the side for the ultimate combination.

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