Based on a Martha Stewart Recipe, but I altered it (because I think this tastes better! haha)
Bite size fresh strawberries filled with a sweet cream cheese mixture. I took these to a party and they were gone in minutes with tons of complements! :)
This recipe has a nice combination of flavors,and colors, and it's healthy.
The Jicama (pronounced - hee-ka-ma), is an amazing addition to this recipe as it adds a nice crunch and mild flavor, and until this recipe I had no idea what this was. I do now, and it's a keeper. It's always nice to find a new vegetable and today this was it.
The secret to making this simple and delicious dish is in the assembly. You always want the bread pieces to be touched by a tomato on one side and a piece of sausage on the other so it can soak up both of the flavors (see instructions below). You will need six, 12 inch metal skewers for this recipe. This is fantastic served over a platter of my recipe #299645 with a nice big wedge of room temperature Smoked Gouda, a bottle of red Wine and a jug of Apple Cider.
This is my grandmother's recipe (obviously) and she made it at holidays. I remember sneaking into it when I was little, before everybody else got there. It's great with crackers, and I have also given them for Christmas presents.
A healthy alternative to ranch dip for all of that veggie dipping. This recipe was found in the Light & Tasty Magazine. I haven't tried it yet, but that's because I just found it buried at the bottom of my recipe box! Enjoy! (cooking time is refrigeration time)
These are easy to make and can be made hours in advance or a day ahead and chilled until ready to pop in the oven, instead of cheddar you can use a mixture of you favorite cheeses, I like using marbled mixed with the cheddar. If you are serving these as an appetizer you can use 10-12 small russet potatoes instead of large --- all ingredients may be adjusted to taste --- these are very good!