If you're obsessed with buffalo chicken dip but are trying to keep it healthy (at least before Easter dessert time), then you consider this alternative hummus-inspired option. Replace chips with veggies to make it even lighter.
Looking for an instant crowd pleaser at this year's holiday gathering? Try making this delicious homemade pizza.
What you'll need: Baking sheet ($9, .com)
With avocado, green apples, and kiwi, this veggie-packed salad brings all the freshness of spring.
Soup is a classic party appetizer, so try whipping up this light cheesy stew with kale and chickpeas.
As the weather starts to get warm, you'll definitely find yourself craving some more fruit. This sweet red citrus salad is sure to satisfy your tastebuds, as well as your Easter party crowd.
Your favorite artichoke dip gets an upgrade with chopped broccoli floret, Greek yogurt, and finely grated Parmesan.
Use a pre-baked crust and this recipe takes next to no time to whip up – and guests will never know the difference!
These easy and fast herb- and cheese-packed pastries are to die for.
What you'll need: Nonstick mini muffin pan ($17, .com)
Crunchy potato chips will taste even better when they're topped with smoked salmon, sour cream, pickled shallots, and fresh tarragon. Yum!
This gooey, irresistible pimiento cheese dip will happily hold over your guests until your Easter feast is ready.
Roulades can be an excellent appetizer when they're served in small, bite-sized slices.
Your guests will devour this rich and cheesy snack while waiting for Easter dinner.
What you'll need: Skillet ($15, .com)
Using potato as a pizza topping might sound unusual, but we guarantee it will delight your guests' taste buds.
Juicy beets with sour cream and fresh mint are the perfect flavor combination.
Serve this savory starter with tasty herb-infused balsamic vinegar dip.
Instead of serving basic deviled eggs this Easter, try these delightfully spicy treats instead.
Celebrate the arrival of radish season with this elegant appetizer.
Fresh peas perfectly complement ricotta cheese in this flavor-packed dip.
Place toothpicks on these lean turkey meatballs and serve with traditional Greek tzatziki sauce for a one-of-a-kind starter.
Brown sugar beautifully brings out the natural sweetness of the pineapple in these grilled pork skewers.
What you'll need: Skewers ($7 for 100 skewers, .com)
If you're tired of serving the classic dip, try a spinach and artichoke flavored pizza instead.
These potatoes are the perfect addition to your appetizer spread, but they also work as a great Easter side dish too.
You can prep and store this delicious dip up to three days in advance.
Add some zest and extra crunch to shrimp with this simple recipe.
Get the recipe at Sally's Baking Addiction.
These avocado egg rolls are a must-have appetizer.
Get the recipe at Damn Delicious.
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