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    These are so simple to make, the kids love them. Tasty little pizza snacks are great with the sauce.

    Recipe #188036

    This is an interesting little dessert perfect for a summer cookout. It is enjoyed by kids and adults alike.

    Recipe #169094

    Traditional Tex Mex appetizer. From the cookbook, New Texas Cuisine by Stephan Pyles.

    Recipe #248924

    After trying a fabulous dish of melted cheese and chorizo at La Fogata in San Antonio Tx, I searched until I found a similar recipe. This one is very close and excellent. From the cookbook, New Texas Cuisine by Stephan Pyles.

    Recipe #248930

    I can't go ANYWHERE without bringing these! Nice enough for wedding showers to football parties! REALLY hope you try them!

    Recipe #103523

    very simple yet very tasty only 3 ingredients

    Recipe #221518

    Rice symbolizes prosperity and wealth, so rice balls are good for New Year's and wedding celebrations. I love these tasty little morsels, and they go well with many different kinds of food! I've served them with various meats and seafood, and they're always welcome at my table. :) Prep time includes chilling.

    Recipe #50265

    After countless attempt of trying to make the traditional bloomin onion recipes, I came up with this one. Friends always request this when they know I am coming to a get together. It takes a little extra work but it is so worth it! I never bring any leftovers home.

    Recipe #111011

    I am posting this recipe because it is my very favorite cheese ball ever. You are going to love it. Yes, the prep takes a little while but it is so worth it. Please follow directions carefully for success. Please do not do it with a processor as you want distinctive pieces of stuff. It is a very pretty cheese ball. Cook time is refrigeration time.

    Recipe #49400

    7 Reviews |  By Derf

    Delictiable pastries, light and flaky! Adapted from Canadian Living mag.

    Recipe #139627

    Okay, don't let the title scare you. THESE ARE GREAT appetizers even though the ingredients are a little strange. I make them all the time for almost any occasion which we need an interesting "snack". Kids really like them because of the pickles. Make sure that when you are rolling them up, that you roll tightly before inserting toothpick.

    Recipe #99718

    a 2004 Pillsbury Bake-Off winner

    Recipe #203515

    This is a great version for those who are not crazy about tomatoes!

    Recipe #204139

    You can use these in pasta dishes. Or put them on a platter and supply toothpicks for great appetizers.

    Recipe #23706

    117 Reviews |  By Lorac

    My best friend Linda, served this appetizer last night. I wouldn't leave until she gave over the recipe!

    Recipe #59363

    72 Reviews |  By Lali

    These are very good. You can also make them smaller using the "triangle" instead of the "square" and have as an appetizer instead of the main course.

    Recipe #12572

    This is just a wonderfully tasty way to start off any good meal. But if your like my family and can't get enough of artichokes this becomes the weekend snack

    Recipe #33776

    4 Reviews |  By Zurie

    These snacks remain popular and do not present many problems for the cook. Here's a change from the tomatoey ones.

    Recipe #230739

    A great combination. I actually got this recipe from a great aunt. You could always roll it in your choice of chopped nuts if you don't like parsley. I myself am a huge parsley fan.

    Recipe #236469

    14 Reviews |  By KeyWee

    I adapted this recipe from the back of the package of wonton wrappers. They can be a little "putsy" to make, but SO good - I get asked to make them again & again! Be creative with the meats & veggies - chicken or shrimp will work. Add any other firm veggies you have on hand - celery, beans sprouts, water chestnuts, etc. You can make these ahead & just reheat for guests. Enjoy!!!

    Recipe #18359

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