Celebrations, football Sunday, picnics and family gatherings — every get together is so much better with delicious appetizers. Make enough of them and you won’t need a main dish!
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Here are five of the most popular, easy-to-make appetizers that everyone will love!
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Grape Jelly Glazed Meatballs
Combine ground beef, bread crumbs, onion, salt and egg. Mush together. Roll into 1/2 balls. Sautee in a large non-stick skillet until done. Drain juices off. Add chili sauce and grape jelly and simmer, gently turning on occasion, until the sauce turns into a glaze on the meatballs (about 15 minutes). Makes 3 dozen.
2 cups grated cheddar cheese
Combine cheese and butter; toss with the other ingredients –except for the olives–to make a dough. Using a teaspoon, scoop a little dough into your hand and flatten it. Place an olive in the center. Surround the olive with the dough and roll in your hand like a meatball.
Place on a cookie sheet, very close together but not touching, and freeze them. Once frozen, either transfer them to a freezer bag or bake immediately on a cookie sheet, about an inch apart, at 400° for 15 minutes. Serve hot.
Artichoke Heart Dip
Serve with crackers.
Pigs in a Blanket
2 tubes Pillsbury® crescent rolls
Crabmeat and Cheese Dip
2 sticks butter
- Grape Jelly Glazed Meatballs by The Swedish on sxc dot hu
- Artichoke Heart Dip from My Maryland dot com
- Olive Tarts by Skat and the Misc blog
- Pigs in a Blanket – Wikimedia
- Velveeta Cheese by Charles Williams on Flickr Creative Commons