These finger foods are the perfect mini meals. From little BLT sandwich bites to small fried chicken pot pies, this list has something for everyone. Serve them at your next holiday cocktail party and watch them disappear.
Everyone loves mac & cheese, but it's an admittedly hard dish to serve at a cocktail party. Problem solved with these bite-sized versions.
Cannellini beans, garlic, olive oil, lemon zest and rosemary go into the food processor to create this creamy dip. Serve with crispy toasts or pita chips for an incredibly simple appetizer.
Use leftover risotto, or make a batch of risotto for this incredible recipe. Fontina cheese is stuffed inside each ball of rice for a holiday appetizer you won't be able to resist.
Romaine lettuce cups hold crispy bacon, tomatoes and a spicy mayo sauce. These carb-free BLTs are easy to assemble and will disappear quickly.
Goat cheese and dill make these deviled eggs extra delicious. Throw the filling in the food processor and pipe it into the hard-boiled egg whites!
This simple recipe combines spices like garlic, onion, thyme, and cayenne for a delicious chicken spice rub. Roast them in the oven at a very high temp, and then serve them with your favorite barbecue sauce or ranch dip.
Store bought tortilla chip cups make this one of the easiest recipes around. Fill the cups with your favorite fillings like sour cream, avocado, salsa and beans.
Avocado, mint and mango give these nachos a tropical taste. Top them with cheese for an easy appetizer everyone can snack on.
In this recipe, the ingredients are added and then bread is rolled up in a log. After the logs are chilled, cut them into slices to create the pinwheels.
These crostini combine capers, roasted peppers, and balsamic vinegar for a sophisticated bite. Toast the bread or grill it for additional smoky flavor. Don't forget to drizzle with olive oil.
Sushi-grade tuna is topped with a sweet ginger and sesame dressing. Serve the tartare in little cups or on a salty potato chip.
Buying premade pie dough and a rotisserie chicken make this normally complicated potpie a breeze. Make sure the filling is chilled before filling the mini shells.
Phylo dough gives these pigs in a blanket flavor without the fat of the usual buttery crescent dough. The addition of reduced fat cheddar cheese makes these piggies just as indulgent.
These bite-size meatballs can be put on skewers for easy holiday eating. We love the flavor of whole wheat breadcrumbs and nutmeg in the meat mixture.