Easy Appetizers at POM

There is so much to do between now and the up coming holidays.  Especially since I hate shopping and put it off to the last moment!  There is also a lot more entertaining going on this time of year (which I love) so I’ve compiled six easy appetizers to stave off starving guests.

Brie en Croȗte looks like you went through a lot of trouble but it’s actually very easy.

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Caprese Kebabs are red, white and green.  While they may look like the Italian flag they are also the colors of Christmas.

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Crab Salad in Endive Boats, I love to use Belgian endive in place of chips.  Their natural shape lends itself to be filled with something as delicious as crab salad.

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Old Bay Cucumber and Shrimp Sliders were the most popular appetizer I served at the last party I attended.  Party goers love shrimp, but what kept them coming back for more?  They loved the sauce and couldn’t figure out exactly what was in it.

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Artichoke Fillo Cups are basically artichoke dip piled into purchased fillo cups (of course you can make your own) then baked for 8 minutes and served hot.  What’s nice about these cups is that you can fill them early on in the day and then bake them off just before serving.

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Greek Chicken Kebabs are small bites packed with a lot of flavor!  Lemon and rosemary are the star flavors accompanied with kalamata olives and feta cheese they make a pretty appetizer as well.

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If these pictures have got you drooling and you want to make some, head over to my post at Pig of the Month for the recipes.

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4 Responses to Easy Appetizers at POM

  1. Karen November 30, 2011 at 2:10 pm #

    I love brie en croute – could eat the whole thing myself! These are beautiful appy’s… going to take a look at the recipes!

    • Giggles December 1, 2011 at 1:37 pm #

      Karen, Brie is my most favorite cheese in the whole world which is why I can’t buy it often. I could eat the whole wheel myself in an absurdly short amount of time.

  2. Eliot December 2, 2011 at 4:02 pm #

    I am diggin’ all of these recipes! I just figured out what POM stands for. Doh! All of these appetizers look super sophisticated!

    • Giggles December 2, 2011 at 4:35 pm #

      Now that you mentioned POM, I realized that it probably sounds like the better known Pomegranate juice.