Finger foods. They're the best party snack, and the best snacks for children more worried about playing than eating. There's a lot of good ones you can make, like fruit kabobs, barbecue wieners, lunchmeat rolls, cheese balls, popcorn, and pesto dip. Make these six delicious recipes for your next party and you'll have your guests coming back for seconds!
Step 1: Make mini fruit kabobs
Make mini fruit kabobs by inserting a piece of your three favorite fruits on a toothpick.
Use fruits that are in season to save money.
Step 2: Make barbecue wieners
Make barbecue wieners by placing the wieners, barbecue sauce, and grape jelly in a slow cooker for two hours.
Step 3: Make lunchmeat rolls
Make lunchmeat rolls by rolling your favorite lunchmeat and cheese into tubes. Add a toothpick for easy serving.
Keep refrigerated until you're ready to serve.
Step 4: Make miniature cheese balls
Make miniature cheese balls by combining cream cheese, parmesan cheese, and green olives in a small bowl.
Step 5: Shape into balls
Shape into 1-inch balls, and roll them in the dried beef. Arrange them on a platter with toothpicks.
Step 6: Make pesto dip
Make pesto dip by adding the pesto, parmesan cheese, cream cheese, and sour cream to a blender. Mix until creamy.
Use low-fat cream cheese and sour cream for a healthier treat.
Step 7: Serve
Serve with vegetables, bread, or crackers.
Step 8: Make lemon-dill popcorn seasoning
Make lemon-dill popcorn by adding lemon zest and dill weed to the melted butter. Drizzle the mixture over the popped popcorn. Snack away, and enjoy the variety.
The internal temperature of a popcorn kernel must reach 400 to 460 degrees Fahrenheit to pop.
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