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    9 Reviews |  By MsSally

    Once you make egg rolls the first time, you will realize that they are really easy. This is my take using imitation krab meat instead of shrimp or other meat.

    Recipe #244979

    Yummy snack or appetizer!

    Recipe #14530

    If you love jalapeno poppers, then this is one you will have to try!

    Recipe #168722

    From an old Bunco friend....main ingredients that I dearly love, so you can't go wrong with this one IMO! (Can also sub crab meat for the artichokes - have never done this, but it should be delish!

    Recipe #171542

    12 Reviews |  By KelBel

    This is an easier, lower fat version of my favorite Chinese appetizer.

    Recipe #172383

    A lower fat version of this appetizer that does not skimp on flavor. Filling can be made a day in advance and brought to room temperature before cooking. Baking with vegetable cooking spray makes this a healthier alternative to deep frying. To eliminate the sugar, skip the plum sauce and use mustard (Wasabi or Chinese) for dipping.

    Recipe #200782

    Appetizers to liven up any party! Spicy sausage, cheese olives, and peppers. What's there not to like? I found this in my Christmas with Southern Living 2003. It's a beautiful cookbook with lots of great recipes and ideas! I haven't tried it yet but I think that these could be made ahead of time and kept in the freezer until they were heated up again.

    Recipe #195649

    This ravioli is made with wonton wrappers instead of pasta. These make an impressive presentation. Recipe from San Francisco Flavors from the Junior League of SF.

    Recipe #194165

    I came up with these when I was tired of the same ole. These make great appetizers or a meal or dessert on its own. You can obviously make as much as you want. The time to make is just an estimate depending what cup you're making.

    Recipe #194053

    Here's a unique autumn dessert. Full of fresh fall apples, brown sugar and cinnamon, what's not to love? 4 POINTS per serving.

    Recipe #193214

    Here's a great autumn dessert that's waist friendly. Apples, cinnamon, brown sugar and a nice crunch. Great alternative when craving apple pie.

    Recipe #193097

    These are an easy and delicious appetizer to serve.

    Recipe #195764

    The perfect party treat! Recipe adapted from William Fleming, Cleveland, OH; Honorable Mention - Appetizers/Snacks; Coast-to-Coast Recipe Contest put on by the Californian Raisin Marketing Board.

    Recipe #196142

    I found this on the kraft website and have decided that I am going to make this for Christmas Eve.

    Recipe #200529

    These are from the Pampered Chef Recipes from the Heart Cookbook. They are best served warm.

    Recipe #200258

    A terribly addictive Thai appetizer that magically disappears. A little time consuming to make, but worth every minute.

    Recipe #200130

    If you want to use meat you can use 1 pound ground pork in place of the Morning star farms.

    Recipe #199809

    Good with a Chinese dinner of stir fry.

    Recipe #198999

    Not sure that you can get easier then this... and ohhhh so good. This is a great menu to make as a family and have the kids help. :) Chris, you can do this one!! <-- My Baby Boy

    Recipe #198474

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