Cocktail Party Recipes
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Roasted garlic is an ideal ingredient to jazz up many dishes. Try it in salad dressings, soups, dips, or just spread it on slices of toasted bread. This easy dish takes less than an hour in the oven and will make your whole house smell delicious!
Roasted red peppers and almonds are the base for this simple dip that is tasty and good for you! It can be served with a variety of veggies for dipping or pita chips.
Gin and tonic can be delicious all year long. Bring some winter spice to this classic summer cocktail with fresh rosemary and pink tonic water.
Celebrate anytime with our simple and delicious margaritas! No store-bought mix here, we use fresh lime juice and store-bought lemonade in our margaritas. Mix up a pitcher for your next party!
Homemade pizza dough is easy when you let the food processor do all the work! Once the dough is ready, you can top it with your favorite ingredients for a pizza that's better than anything a delivery driver would bring.
A crispy fried potato pancake is the base for this versatile pizza that can be served for brunch, lunch or as a dinner starter.
Socca is a naturally gluten-free chickpea flatbread that comes from the southeastern area of France. It’s delicious by itself or you can top it in a myriad of ways. We’ve made a simple arugula pesto to top ours.
Add a little bit of green to your next quesadilla! This recipe uses sauteed kale in addition to the traditional cheese filling. Try it at your next game day party!
This mildly spicy dip is sure to please at your next gathering. Shrimp and avocados are combined with a creamy sauce and the perfect amount of heat and lime. Serve with tortilla chips or veggies for a great appetizer.
Make a favorite appetizer, fast. Bacon, Parmesan and spices combine to make the perfect stuffed mushroom.
Mix it up for game day with these Sticky Thai Wings. No need to fry, these wings are done in the oven then coated with a sweet and spicy sauce.
As beautiful as they are flavorful, tart cranberries contrast wonderfully with a crisp sugary coating. Serve these cranberries alongside nuts during the holidays or give them as gifts. Or keep them all for yourself, we won’t tell.