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    Appetizers, Dips and Spreads

    A great collection of appetizers for all occasions!
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    This is a wonderful little dip for whatever you want to dip in it. We like Granny Smith apples, and once in a while I add a banana to dip in, while the kids aren't watching.

    Recipe #124606

    This came from the "Fix it and Forget It" Cookbook. I am writing it as is, but next time I make this appetizer I will double the amount of roasted peppers.

    Recipe #145648

    Dip for the game , appetizer, or for company. Also good for a pot-luck get together.

    Recipe #468818

    Recipe #2814

    This is great for a buffet! A marriage of couscous and fresh veggies held together by a Southwestern flavored dressing!

    Recipe #21843

    I had a 5-pound package of kielbasa that I wanted to use for an appetizer and went in search of something simple that I could prepare early in the day. Boy did I find a winner! The recipe is from (Favorite Brand Name Recipe web site). I highly recommend doubling or tripling the recipe, otherwise you'll be sorry when it disappears quickly and your guests are looking for more. If you have extra sauce, save it and use it to dip chicken nuggets or wings. I changed the directions to make this a more hostess-friendly recipe that can be prepared ahead of time and served hot in a small crock pot. Using a crock pot also makes it easier to prepare this at home and bring it to a party. You can play with the amount of honey. I think it could easily be decreased a bit to lower the calories and the hot sauce could be increased.

    Recipe #448300

    This resembles dill pickle dip, but by using just a few things in your fridge.

    Recipe #144490

    This is from Taste of Home. Simple and easy and I've never had complaints! I use low-fat ingredients whenever possible to save some time at the gym.

    Recipe #479200

    I used to devour these little gems when I worked for Sysco Foods and now I found a recipe to make them at home. I will change anything that I did when I make it. It was noted that you can make these ahead of time and refrigerate them before cooking. Just make sure you bring them up to room temperature (for about 30 minutes) before you pop them in the fryer!

    Recipe #479195

    This sounds absolutely TO DIE FOR! I'm thinking it would be a great snack for a Superbowl party and I am going to have to give it a go next year (or maybe before)! I found it on a blog called "Closet Cooking."

    Recipe #479202

    This one is from a blog called Closet Cooking and it looks divine! You bake the dip on top of the bread so all you have to do is bake, slice and serve!

    Recipe #479203

    I found this on a blog called My Baking Addiction and I am posting for safe keeping until the Super Bowl. The panko crumbs on top of this will give it a nice crunch after it's baked! I think I will double the green chilies when I make it.

    Recipe #479204

    6 Reviews |  By Laura G

    5 minutes with 7 ingredients (ones you usually have on hand!) to make a FANTASTIC munchie!! My "picky" mother-in-law won't eat any guacamole other than this! A GREAT condiment for my Chicken Chimichangas that's posted here!! ** NOTE:For the onion...use 1-2 thin SLICES of onion...NOT THE WHOLE onion! Recipezaar won't let me post it on the ingredients that way! =) ENJOY!!

    Recipe #128367

    Easy to make and goes well with fish or chicken. Adapted from Cooking Light. I recently served this with Recipe #182766 soft taco style with romaine and avocado.

    Recipe #224408

    This recipe is in the new Taste of Home magazine. They are SO good; especially good dipped in the Ranch dressing!! Servings/cooking time approximate.

    Recipe #96661

    No more soggy eggplant!The secret is in the cornstarch.It keeps the eggplant crisp.

    Recipe #60764

    Condiment, Sauce or relish, commonly used with Roast Beef, widely used to add zest to many sauces and dips etc.

    Recipe #11125

    I found this on the web.

    Recipe #264747

    My SIL made this for a family gathering and everyone gobbled it up.

    Recipe #81248

    3 Reviews |  By PACE

    This one is too easy!

    Recipe #301748

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