These dips and spreads are great for parties and playdates and just might entice your picky eater to try a new vegetable.
These appetizer recipes are an easy way to make a stir at your party. Dig into the dips, rolls, turnovers and tarts!
Whatever the reason or the season, showing up with the perfect food will make you the life of the party.
These healthful chips are easy for kids to make and much tastier than baked tortillas. If you like them richer, brush them with a little olive oil. They can be made a couple of days ahead and kept in an airtight plastic container.
Served with carrot sticks and raw green beans, this makes a good snack for children who think they don't like vegetables.
You won't make this old favorite for supper, but you might serve it with crackers the next time friends drop in.
Delicious as a dip or just pour it over your favorite vegetables.
Many finicky eaters live by the philosophy: If I can dip it, I'll try it. This dip is fun to serve in a bowl shaped from a hollowed-out loaf of pumpernickel bread.
Otherwise known as pico de gallo, this colorful salsa can be used as a dip as well as a topping.
Tomatillos, also known as Mexican tomatoes, have a wonderful, mild lemon flavor. This sauce is an attractive garnish for any Mexican dish--it also enhances the flavor of grilled poultry and fish and can be used as a salad dressing.
This satisfying, cheesy dip steals the show at any holiday gathering, and it's well-suited for teaching young cooks the basics of sauce-making and presentation.
Satisfying, cheesy dips steal the show at any holiday gathering, and they're well-suited for teaching young cooks the basics of sauce-making and presentation.
This Mexican treat makes a great appetizer or snack any day.