festive finger foods

with Thanksgiving just !ONE-WEEK! away, i dont know about you, but my inbox has been slowly filling up with recipes for delectible treats to accompany this awesome meal we celebrate every year

if you’re still looking for a little something to bring along to your turkey day affair, check out some of these festive finger food recipes – they have just enough flavor and will still leave room in your belly for the main event

Bacon Wrapped Artichoke Bites with Basil Mayo

Calzone Pinwheel Rolls

Marinate Vegetables, Cheese and Sausage

Southwestern Mini Corn Cakes

Bacon Wrapped Apricots with Sage
(what I’ll be making)

Stuffed Mushrooms

Pineapple Glazed Cocktail Meatballs

Goat Cheese and Apple Canapes

Artichoke Dip

Tropical Seviche

MMMMM – i can NOT wait for turkey day – hands down my FAVORITE holiday of the year!

5 responses to this post.

  1. Thanks for sharing these – I love the look of the bacon wrapped apricots! A delicious and healthier version of pigs in blankets.


    • Posted by Mel on 2011/11/17 at 15:13

      so different looking yet so simple to put together – I’ll have pics of my actual ones up after Turkey day and will let you know how the crowd liked them. thanks for reading!!


  2. These all sound awesome and are for sure not your run of the mill pigs in the blanket – definately will be trying some of these for Game Nights or dinner parties. Thanks for sharing!

    ~ Cookery for Two



  3. […] app i brought, Bacon Wrapped Apricots with Sage, turned out to be so incredibly tasty… but really, is anything wrapped in bacon not […]



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