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    17 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Turkey appetizer, No meat here! Just veggies arranged like a Turkey! No limits on how big or small you make this. My picture of this is a side view of the turkey. But by all means make it as you want. Asparagus would be really good in this. I made this again for Thanksgiving using cheeses and cold cuts. Just to show how flexible this recipe is. I did post the picture with the cheeses and meats but I did have to travel with it so it did get a little tossed around.

    Recipe #194323

    1 Reviews |  By Lisa P.

    This is a veggie tray arranged to look like a turkey. I got the idea from someone else on this site. I made mine a little simpler. You can use any veggies you want. I am listing the ingredients that I used. I used a big serving tray, so you can edit the amount of veggies you use to the size of your tray. Even if it doesn't look like a turkey to some people, it is still arranged nicely. The ounces are just guesses because I already threw out the cans.

    Recipe #267386

    I created this decorative fruit centerpiece for our holiday appetizer buffet.It was very easy, and I made it the night before. With more time, you can make it even nicer ! I served it with White Chocolate Fruit Dip # 137738

    Recipe #149494

    6 Reviews |  By faith58

    I got this out of a magazine and am going to make it for thanksgiving but wanted to share it with you all. This is adorable and would make a cute centerpiece with cracker's and cheese! I am going to make it with black olives, pimento and kalamata olives.. Prep time is a guess..

    Recipe #194295

    Posted per request. Great Christmas appetizer! From the Pillsbury Crescent Special Edition cook book. How ever I did replace the 1/2 cup chive - and - onion potato topper with 1/2 cup of my prepared Recipe #101256. This dip has a better flavor than the potato topper. Recipe makes two trees. Prep time about an hour, decorating time...well thats up to you! I would love to see several pictures of this one, as it can be decorated several ways.

    Recipe #103304

    This is a cloned recipe of the original sauce served at that famous restaurant. It was posted by David H. in other website and I posted as a request from Linorama. Enjoy it.

    Recipe #423946

    24 Reviews |  By jean1

    Little different way to serve Tuna Melts. The cheese makes its different and very good Kids like this. Fast and easy Lunch

    Recipe #11508

    Creamy cucumber filling for sandwiches that is wonderful. The dill and garlic give it pizazz. This can also be used for an appetizer if used on the party rye bread.

    Recipe #54517

    Mrs. Peterson, a lady from church, made the best egg salad sandwiches and she'd never really tell you what she put in them. This was my first attempt to duplicate her recipe. Her family thought she added butter when mixing.

    Recipe #50574

    Great summer sandwich spread. This will keep in the fridge for 3-4 days.

    Recipe #25528

    Just want Sam-I-Am to know I DO like Green Eggs 'n' Ham, & one of the easiest ways to enjoy 'em is by making a recipe like this! Obviously this recipe is for a group [or someone who REALLY, REALLY likes green eggs]! [I use ONLY Del Monte brand Sweet Pickle Relish, 'cause many of the other brands have a large amount of hig fructose corn syrup.] The 23-minute cooking time for the hard-cooked eggs is not included in preparation time.

    Recipe #214350

    My DH loves deviled eggs and would enjoy the addition of chopped ham. I have always liked dill relish in mine so this will be a winner for us. Recipe from Pillsbury's website. Prep time includes standing time.

    Recipe #379167

    I like to make these deviled eggs different from the typical version. The deviled ham adds an extra zing flavor to the eggs. Enjoy them.

    Recipe #415596

    These deviled eggs are very good and light. Another good option for something green to offer in St.Patrick's Day. Enjoy them.

    Recipe #415633

    This recipe was my Mother's and she taught me to make them. My sons and their families always request these eggs for all family get-together dinners.

    Recipe #48153

    What a quick easy appetizer or snack. These go great when we go camping and are super right out of the freezer. Just pop them in the toaster oven and you have a great quick snack. These are also great warm or cold with a little homemade mustard. WARNING - Some of my friends say they can hear their arteries hardening while eating them...LOL Have fun!

    Recipe #214097

    My kids have just as much fun making these as they do eating them. They are a fun item to take as an appetizer to a holiday party.

    Recipe #48067

    From SouthernLiving Prep time includes chill time

    Recipe #341931

    Makes for a great centerpiece and talk of the party. People love the creativity PLUS it tastes great!

    Recipe #441385

    8 Reviews |  By Nanners

    This is a beautiful appetizer dish or side dish. It's great for potlucks and it always gets lots of compliments. The key is to use the freshest of ingredients. I buy the fresh basil and tomatoes from my farmer's market or (if it's winter) our local fresh market. NOTE: If you can't find little cherry sized mozzarella, you can buy the large sized balls and cut them into bite sized pieces.

    Recipe #259427

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