I love appetizers for so many different reasons. The first being that appetizers often go along with a party and you know how much I love a good party. Secondly, little bite-sized snacks mean that you can fill your plate with a large variety of food and try a little bit of everything. These easy Thanksgiving appetizers are all quick to prepare. They make a great party buffet for company or a delicious snack before the main Thanksgiving feast.
Easy Thanksgiving Appetizers – Recipes:
In this delicious party buffet we tried Crescent Wrapped Brie, Loaded Mashed Potatoes, Crescent Bacon Cheese Tartlets and Spinach Dip Tarts. Sounds delicious, right? Well let’s jump right into the recipes & photos!
Crescent Wrapped Brie:
This Crescent Wrapped Brie (click for recipe) appetizer really couldn’t be any easier to make. It takes only a couple of minutes to put together and then about 25 minutes in the oven.
Loaded Mashed Potatoes:
Who knew Loaded Mashed Potatoes (click for recipe) could be so easy? Dress these up by serving them in martini glasses. The perfect addition to a party buffet table!
Crescent Bacon Cheese Tartlets:
We tried these Crescent Bacon Cheese Tartlets (click for recipe) for the first time tonight and we loved them! I won’t tell you how many I ate but I can promise you that I’ll be making these again in the near future.
Spinach Dip Tarts:
If you have your own favourite spinach dip recipe, you can use that to fill the tarts. If you’re looking for an easy Thanksgiving appetizer, store-bought spinach dip works just fine.
- 1 cup refrigerated spinach dip
- ¼ cup diced celery
- 12 frozen tart shells, cooked
- 2 radishes, sliced and cut in half
- 1 carrot cut into small slices as a garnish
- In a small bowl, mix spinach dip and celery.
- Divide dip evenly between all shells.
- Garnish tarts with radishes and carrots.
For more Thanksgiving ideas (including free party printables), head over to our Thanksgiving page.
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