Who doesn’t love macaroni and cheese! We have created one-bite macaroni and cheese tarts. No need for a fork, they will hold together. You can also bake them ahead, freeze them for up to three weeks, thaw and warm through just prior to serving. We adapted this recipe from Chef in Training. You won’t be able to get enough of these Macaroni and Cheese Bites!
Meatballs are the perfect small-bite food. This one is an old-school classic with a little updating. These are perfect served in a crockpot and will last for hours on warm or low. These Old School Appetizer Meatballs is classic sweet and spicy.
If your group is a fan of Buffalo Chicken Wings, they will love these make ahead Buffalo Chicken Roll-ups. I used Franks Wing Sauce, but feel free to use any wing or cayenne sauce your family enjoys. I add a little blue cheese, again your recipe, your choice. We adapted this recipe from HomeCookingMemories.com This makes about 40 bite sized roll ups.
What? Pimento cheese and bacon? What could be better? Make or buy the pimento cheese ahead of time and fry the bacon a day ahead and putting them together is a snap at serving time.
One of my clients’ all-time favorite appetizers are these simple and delicious Caprese Bites. You can make them up to a day in advance, seal up and refrigerate. When you are ready to serve, platter and drizzle with the balsamic vinegar reduction. These add a colorful pizzazz to your buffet table.
These light and fluffy scones are delicious anytime! They are great for breakfast or tea. Try to handle them very lightly, just string until combined. We adapted this recipe from Taste of Home.
This is a beautiful and delicious appetizer! Puff pastry is easy to work with, but work quickly and make sure it is cold.
These tarts are a great anytime go to appetizer but especially great for a tea party because of their pink salmon color.
These tea sandwiches are dressed with little hearts to create the look of playing cards. Use spades, diamonds and clubs if you have them. We cut the hearts out of dried sundried tomatoes. You may also use bell pepper.
We spent a year in “Biscuit Clinic,” beginning in the winter of 2016. Cold weather, long walks and nostalgia led us there.
This is a family favorite! Now is the time to get that ham bone from Christmas and make it into soup. If you forgot to save one, Honey Baked Ham sells just ham bones! Very meaty too!
An elegant, velvety butternut squash soup you can dress up for the fanciest of dinner parties or simply in a mug with some crackers.