22 Quick and Easy Recipes in 30 Minutes (or less) + 5 Chef Secrets To Make You A Better Cook!
Find a Recipe
Thanksgiving is all about the big dinner, but everyone loves a little nibble before the main event. These festive appetizers will do the trick.
This irresistible spread made from cottage cheese, sour cream, garlic, and fresh herbs comes from the renowned L’Auberge Chez Francois in Great Falls, Virginia.
Wildly addictive, these candied pecans are perfect to serve with cocktails or toss over salads — and they take just 15 minutes to make!
Made with goat cheese, scallions, chopped dates, and roasted pecans, this cheese ball makes a delicious addition to any charcuterie board or appetizer spread.
Made with store-bought puff pastry, this baked brie is an easy yet impressive appetizer for a party. You’ll love my foolproof technique for wrapping the cheese.
These Sriracha deviled eggs are truly devilish and pop-in-your-mouthable.
Delicious on crackers and crudités, this tangy and creamy cheese spread is often referred to as the pâté of the South.
This elegant smoked salmon dip is delicious on crackers. Bonus: leftovers are wonderful on bagels the next day.
Homemade cheese straws specked with fresh herbs make a delicious and fun hors d’oeuvre.
Gougères are savory cheese puffs made from pâte à choux with a generous amount of cheese folded in. They’re the perfect little bite to serve with sparkling wine or cocktails.
Sweet, salty, and spicy, these rosemary nuts are perfect with cocktails or for snacking. But don’t say I didn’t warn you: they’re crazy addictive!
This candied bacon has all the makings of a crowd-pleasing party nibble: it’s crispy, chewy, smoky, salty, sweet, and spicy.
A classic deviled eggs recipe with a creamy, fluffy filling that you can dress up any way you like.
Made with cocktail sausages and puff pastry, these fancy pigs in a blanket are a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.
A little sweet and a little salty, Nigella Lawson’s party popcorn is downright habit-forming.
Learn to make spinach artichoke dip — the cheffy way.