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What are some good/easy recipes for party snacks?

I’m having a halloween party this weekend. I want to make finger foods that can be easily made with out using the oven…food that doesn’t have to be served hot unless a crock pot is used. Thanks for the help

12 Responses to What are some good/easy recipes for party snacks?

  • Cat says:

    cheese and crackers! salsa and chips, cheese, ham, pickles, crackers platter, veggie platter. cream cheese ham rolls.

  • purpleplaid87 says:

    popcorn with butter and sprinkled with brown sugar and cinnamon.

  • Swirly says:

    Go to Recipes:

    Goblin Cheeseball
    Spinach Doom Dip
    Creepy Crawler
    Night Owl
    Frite Bite
    Grim Cracker
    http://www.hormelpepperoni.com/

    Witches Finger Sandwiches
    http://www.pillsbury.com/recipes/ShowRecipe.aspx?rid=15984

    Crockpot Caramel Apple Euphoria Dessert
    http://www.razzledazzlerecipes.com/halloween/careup.htm

    MEXICAN TACO DIP:
    1 (8 ounces) package cream cheese (softened)
    1 (16 ounces) pint sour cream
    1 package Taco Seasoning Mix
    2 to 3 cups lettuce, chopped
    1 tomato, chopped
    1 small onion, chopped
    1 (8 ounces) Cheddar Cheese, shredded
    1 small can olives, sliced, drained
    Tortilla Chips
    Mix together cream cheese, sour cream and taco seasoning mix and chill overnight. The next day smooth mixture in a pan. Top with lettuce, tomato, onion and shredded cheese and olives. Refrigerate to chill. Serve with tortilla chips.

  • chefgrille says:

    How about a bread bowl with a spinach dip? And then cube up bread and put it all around the bowl?

  • mjfluffy420 says:

    Buy some lil smokies and some premade meatballs, add jar of spagetti sauce and some bbq sauce (i usu use about 1/2 bottle–but really personal preference) dump all in crock pot.

  • cool dude says:

    ham,cheese,tacos,and PUMPKIN…

  • ^^sweety^^ says:

    tuna mayo garnished with olives n peppers on savoury crackers
    chicken cubes wit olives and feta on toothpicks
    finger sandwhiches with fillings like tuna, chicken, cold meats
    side salads like coleslaw, potato salad, pasta salad
    bowls of pickles, olives and assorted cheeses
    bowls with crisps and assorted dips

    and of course you needs loads of paper towels so nothing is messy

    PS use paper plates u wont have alot to clean up 😀

  • GingerGirl says:

    Cocktail weenies served in bar-b-q sauce in a crock pot – set out toothpicks.

  • Libragal says:

    A really easy and good fruit dip.
    1 8 oz. cool whip
    1 small strawberry and banana yogurt
    1/4 cup powdered sugar.
    Serve with fresh fruit cup up. Yummy!

  • ann c says:

    make tuna with mayo and seasonings – spread on white bread and cut into quarters – place a black olive, pickle slice, green olive or pepper slice on each quarter. roll up a salami and provolone slice tightly and put a toothpick with an olive on each roll up. do the same type of roll up with ham and cheese. boil some eggs, cut in half, sprinkle with paprika and put an olive on top of each. have a tray of carrots, celery, cherry tomatoes. have chips, pretzels, popcorn and suddlenly you have a party that you can enjoy and don’t worry about what’s going on in the kitchen. have fun!

  • ib2pikee says:

    Sounds like an adult party—-put out sandwich fixings–a large basket of breads–squirt bottles with the condiments-chips and dip- a potato salad and pasta salad.They can all be put together the night before—keep it easy for you.Cakes you get for a little of nothing.You can even use this for children—but you put together the sandwiches—-also add hot dogs for them..Happy Halloween.

  • crystalg6982 says:

    If you have access to a microwave, you should really try this dip.

    Take one block of Philadelphia cream cheese and spread it on a microwave-safe plate. Then, take a can of Hormel chili (with meat) and spread that over the cream cheese. Sprinkle shredded mexican cheese over that and pop in the microwave until cheese on top starts bubbling. Serve with tortilla chips.

    Very yummy!

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