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    Appetizers/Starters

    Appetizers, dips and all kinds of starters to your meal or party.
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    This is a Trader Joe recipe. It is such a delicious dip! I took it to a party and everyone wanted a copy of the recipe. The recipe suggests layering the ingredients into a pie plate or something sized similar. I made the mistake of thinking that was too big for the dip and used a smaller serving dish. By the time I was finished layering the ingredients, it was too full! I served this dip with pita crackers from Trader Joes, but you could use your own favorite dippers. This recipe looks unusual but it is knock out.

    Recipe #353485

    I don't know where I got this recipe, but it is not only healthy ,but good.

    Recipe #349498

    A Co-orker brought this to a pot luck. It is rather addicting!

    Recipe #340964

    Great quick dip to make when you don't want all those additives (and MSG) they put in the dip you buy at the store!

    Recipe #333414

    Want a great dip to serve at your next party? Try this one and serve with different kinds of crackers, bagel chips, crostini slices, nacho chips...etc.

    Recipe #331656

    Feel free to use regular, lite or FF sour cream or cream cheese with this recipe. Serve with crackers or pita chips.

    Recipe #303945

    Perfect for parties! It is so easy and everyone will love the sweet creaminess of the dip, combined with the spicy cinnamon of the tortilla dippers. It's so yummy and so easy -give it a try!

    Recipe #141616

    I made this dip for the reception for Stephanie's Bat Mitvah in 1983 and just found the recipe card again. Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #116665

    Great do ahead recipe that's quick and tasty. Serve it with nice crusty Italian bread or some fennell that's been cut into long slices. Throw it together and forget about it until your guests arrive!

    Recipe #108287

    This is the best cheese dip I've ever had! I got recipe from Weight Watchers. It's 24 points for the entire bowl, if you need points value. You could easily eat the whole bowl. It's that good! Servings are estimated.

    Recipe #76071

    Easy to put together, I use sliced up cucumbers and pita breads for dipping. Also very good as a topping on burgers.

    Recipe #103179

    An easy appetizer dip.

    Recipe #278454

    Super easy and yummy little appetizers

    Recipe #346538

    This tastes great on Keebler's Townhouse Topper crackers! I take this to our holiday get togethers and always have people asking for the recipe...It's very easy to remember since it only has 3 ingredients!!!

    Recipe #389310

    Freezable before baking; no need to defrost.

    Recipe #389766

    I was invited to an Oktoberfest party and wanted to bring some little open-faced Reuban sandwiches but thought they might become soggy while in transit, so I thought maybe I could use the Reuban ingredients to make a Reuban meatball instead. These turned out great! I tried two different versions. This is the first version. For the second version, I added the breadcrumbs into the meat mixture instead of breading & frying, then rolled the mixture into tight balls, froze them on a cookie sheet, then baked them. Both versions were loved by my group, but I think the fried version was more popular. I think the fried version is a little more like the method used to cook Weiner Schnitzel, so maybe a little more Austrian but not quite so healthy. Serve with Thousand Island salad dressing for dipping. The men in our group really loved this recipe so I intend to use this for our next Super Bowl party.

    Recipe #397985

    3 Reviews |  By Phammy

    If you love deviled eggs then you'll love this spin off with chicken, buffalo sauce, and celery. Published by Debbie Moose (Deviled Egg: 50 Recipes from Simple to Sassy) ***if you like a lot of chicken, I now use a full cup of chopped (and I'm talking chopped) chicken and any extra mix I have after the eggs are filled, I use them on a celery log and cut them into bite size pieces (think ants on a log). Also, I now add a little bit of ranch to the chicken soaked in buffalo sauce (thanks to a review). ENJOY!

    Recipe #405100

    Chicken tenders you make at home.

    Recipe #407037

    1 Reviews |  By Misa

    Dubbed the "Super Bowl" - this recipe was featured in the Jan/Feb 2010 issue of Food Network Magazine. Stashing for safe keeping. You will also need aluminum foil and an ovenproof 3 quart bowl to pull this trick off. The article says it is strong enough to hold dip! The original recipe didn't include servings, so 8 is an estimation. Prep time includes time to cool as well.

    Recipe #407842

    It's like crack. Guaranteed no leftovers.

    Recipe #412293

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