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Next time you go to the grocery store, pick up the components to make this pineapple avocado salsa, which requires just four ingredients but is still packed with flavors perfect for summer.
This German cheese dip is airy and delicious, especially when paired with pretzels or crackers. The blend of cream cheese, crushed caraway seeds and weißbier will leave you eager to try more recipes from around the world.
Skip breakfast in bed and jump right to the appetizers with this seven-layer bagel and lox dip. Everything but the bagel seasoning — a Trader Joe’s staple — is mixed with hummus, cream cheese, salmon and more for a one-of-a-kind combo that is guaranteed to be a crowd-pleaser.
Avocados clearly go well with more than just perfectly scrambled eggs — the fruit seems to make an appearance in many different summer salsas. Here, it is paired with mango, onion and cottage cheese for an appetizer that can be made in just 15 minutes.
If you’re looking to keep things on the healthier side at your next summer cookout, try making this garlicky black bean dip. It takes less than an hour to prepare and seamlessly blends black beans, scallions and tomatoes with a variety of seasonings. Serve it with a side of veggies or warm pita bread.
This garlic mushroom queso dip, stuffed with melted cheese and tomatoes, is far from boring. And if your appetizers are delicious then your entrees have to be twice as good. After serving the starter course, try out some of these grilled chicken recipes that are far from boring.
Mixed with the season’s freshest ingredients, this papaya salsa recipe is ideal to pair with tortilla chips as a summer appetizer. The salsa, which takes only 10 minutes to prepare, combines jalapenos and papaya for the perfect blend of sweet and spicy flavors.
Avocados have rushed to stardom, making appearances on breakfast, lunch and dinner tables. This iconic breakfast food can also be turned into a delicious avocado dipping sauce that is mixed with greek yogurt, dijon mustard and honey for a creamy and light bite perfect for veggies, bread and more.
Your favorite cocktail may look a little different in this recipe — olives, horseradish and Worcestershire sauce are mixed together to emulate the flavors of a bloody mary.
Salsa is the sound of summer. It’s refreshing, light and goes well with any meal. At your next cookout, try making this fire-roasted tomato salsa, which consists of diced tomatoes, onion, cilantro and lime juice. Pair the appetizer with one of these delightful mocktails.
If you’ve spent the past few months growing veggies in your garden, this is the perfect recipe to use them in. Tomatoes, jalapenos and onions are blended and mixed with delicious seasonings for a light, spicy appetizer great for summer.
Looking to include a restaurant-worthy dish at your next dinner? Well, this Cheesecake Factory crab and artichoke dip recipe comes straight from the belly of the beast. Add it to a plate with veggies and bread for a truly decadent starter dish.
Nothing is better than a recipe that requires only one dish. This one-skillet seven-layer dip is the way to go if you want to cut down on dishes. With sausage, sour cream, cheese and more, this dip may even take the spotlight away from some of your grilled proteins.
To make this sweet and citrusy watermelon salsa, simply dice up your fruit and vegetables, whisk together some lime juice and brown sugar, then combine the ingredients and top with chopped cilantro. And if you have any leftover watermelon, try making this three-ingredient fruit slushie.
One of the best sandwiches in America gets reimagined in this corned beef and pickle dip recipe. With just three ingredients, this appetizer is great for dipping bread and veggies in.
For this nacho beef dip, simply cook ground beef in a nonstick skillet over medium heat for about 10 minutes. Then add in your cheese dip and salsa, stirring occasionally. Once the dip is done, pour it into a dish and serve with tortilla chips. It’s a great recipe to make with your kids during summer — just let them add in the cheese.
Chips and salsa is the official state snack of Texas, and nobody beats the heat better than our friends from the South. This pineapple habanero salsa has a delicate blend of sweet and spicy flavors that are sure to get your mouth watering this summer.
Not only is this refried bean dip absolutely delicious, it can serve up to 24 people. And the sooner you serve the appetizers at your backyard barbecue, the faster you can get to the dessert. After the app and entree portion of the evening, move on to these frozen fruit recipes for smoothies, pops and more summer-friendly desserts.
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