No matter your reason to celebrate, here are some ideas to make your party special! Start your party with one of our recipes for hor d’oeuvres or end it with one of our delicious dessert ideas.
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This dessert potstickers recipe features a sweet filling that can vary to your taste.
Forget Jell-O mix from a box! With just three ingredients, you can make your own jelly.
Sangria is a no-fuss drink you can prepare quickly for large gatherings.
You can prep the shrimp ahead of time for a quick dish for a dinner party.
Learn how to perfectly fry your sweet potatoes into a finger licking dish.
It's the perfect summer appetizer that can be assembled in mere minutes.
Brown sugar, miso and ginger add great flavor to this make-ahead crowd pleaser.
For those who shy away from mayo, the German version of potato salad is for you.
In honor of the host country, make a batch of these chocolate truffles for a native treat.
The Gruyere imparts a nutty flavor on the homemade dough for a simple meal.
For an easy drink, blend up watermelon for a perfect Summer treat in minutes.
These buns are rich, moist, and durable enough to hold up to a big, fat, juicy burger.
Try these cherry chocolate creations the next time you need a sweet treat.
Make a bowl of salted caramel popcorn for a snack. The quality is worth the extra effort.
Melt this cheese dip with hot sauce and red pepper flakes for a touch of added heat.
These appetizers have a crisp cucumber shell holding a bite of citrusy crab salad.
These one-bite-wonders make a great appetizer or hors d'oeuvre.
Kick off the holidays in style with this white wine sangria. Perfect for any event.
A blend of mushrooms in this savory party canape will pack flavor into every bite.
Make a simple dish that can be prepared in advance to avoid missing out on any fun.
Like the Buffalo version, citrus-based ponzu adds a Japanese flavor to chicken wings.
This entree is great for a casual dinner party. Serve with crusty bread and white wine.
A Bloody Maharani uses curry powder and gin to create a new take on a Bloody Mary.
Holiday parties can be overwhelming, but the key to a cocktail party is to keep it simple.