Plano Homes : Surviving The Holidays Series
Holiday parties a time to get together with friends and family to enjoy the splendors of the season. Also a time for great stress when you realize you were suppose to bring an appetizer but don’t have anything planned. But do not fear, we got your back. Having a few simple recipes at your fingertips can be a huge life saver. Nobody likes showing up empty handed so this year be the guy or gal who brings that dish everybody can’t stop talking about. Like always, if you have any recipes you would like to share, please leave them in our comments section below. This recipes come courtesy of the great folks at MyBlessedLife.net .
10 Easy Holiday Appetizers
This appetizer couldn’t be easier. All you need are a couple tubes of Crescent Rolls and a package of Little Smokies. Wrap them up, bake until browned and serve. Easy peasy!
I invented this recipe a few years ago. It is a crowd pleaser to be sure! If you like Spinach Artichoke dip at restaurants, you’ll love this one even more because it is loaded with delicious ingredients. Serve with tortilla chips.
Everyone needs to try this dip. It’s SO yummy with gingersnaps and Granny Smith apples!
Pepper Jelly Spread
When I worked at the furniture store Pepper Jelly Spread was a staple at work parties. The ingredient list is unusual but the flavors together are delicious! Serve with crackers!
This recipe is perfect year round, but the fresh ingredients are perfect to balance out the heavy food of holiday meals. “Mexican” food is good anytime, right?
Sausage Balls are a holiday staple at our family gatherings and the fact that this recipe has only 3 ingredients makes them even more fabulous! Yum!
If you’re a nibbler or grazer like me, Chex Mix is a perfect appetizer. But it is also a perfect gift to give to neighbors and friends. There are a million different flavors that you can make – sweet, savory or salty.
Whether you make these for a brunch or dinner, everyone will love them. Who doesn’t love crescent rolls?! I love the flavor that salsa adds to this recipe!
My Mom got me hooked on these meatballs…they are musty – you musthave more. Little Smokies are also wonderful fixed this way. You can serve them with rice as a meal or with toothpicks as an appetizer!
This recipe is from my college years. My sister and I worked as teachers aides and one of the teachers always made sausage dip for events. Sausage, cream cheese and rotel make up this recipe. Sooooo easy and sooooo yummy!