Popular Meat Appetizers Recipes

Satisfy the hungry masses with robust meat appetizers. From bacon-cream cheese spirals to herbed pork crostini, these easy meat appetizers fulfill any craving.

Ham Sliders

From Midwest Living

Ham Sliders

Cheddar-Beer Weenies

Prepare these weenies and cheddar-beer sauce the day before so all you have to do is warm in a slow cooker with a car adapter on game day.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Cheddar-Beer Weenies

Apricot-Honey Mustard Sausage Bites

From Diabetic Living

Apricot-Honey Mustard Sausage Bites

Banh Mi Bruschetta

From Better Homes and Gardens

Banh Mi Bruschetta

Mini Double-Cheddar Biscuit Sandwiches

From Better Homes and Gardens

Mini Double-Cheddar Biscuit Sandwiches

Layered Picnic Pate

Made with ground veal and beef, this elegant appetizer is great for cocktail parties as well as picnics. When the pate is sliced, each piece should show the layers of vegetables and egg.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Layered Picnic Pate

Hamburger Sliders with Cranberry Chutney

From Better Homes and Gardens

Hamburger Sliders with Cranberry Chutney

Chili Chicken Appeteasers

These quick and easy Thai flavored chicken appetizers are surprisingly low in calories.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Chili Chicken Appeteasers

Caribbean Riblets

From Better Homes and Gardens

Caribbean Riblets

Burger-Potato Bites

For a fun game-day treat, prepare these mini cheeseburger bites that use waffle fries instead of buns.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Burger-Potato Bites

Barbecued Hot Dog Skewers

From Diabetic Living

Barbecued Hot Dog Skewers

Shredded Pork Tamales

This popular fiesta food is served in dried cornhusks which makes a smashing presentation if you're having a party with a Mexican flair. Use the make-ahead directions to ease party planning.

From Better Homes and Gardens

Shredded Pork Tamales

Shredded Pork Chalupas

From Better Homes and Gardens

Shredded Pork Chalupas

Broiled Buffalo Wings

From Fitness

Broiled Buffalo Wings

Mini Italian Beef Sandwiches with Pepperoncini Slaw

Talk about easy! Thanks to convenience foods, these sliders come together in minutes.

From Midwest Living

Mini Italian Beef Sandwiches with Pepperoncini Slaw

Bacon-Stuffed Mushrooms

This five-ingredient recipe comes from the bacon pros at Nueske┐s meats in Wisconsin.

From Midwest Living

Bacon-Stuffed Mushrooms

Meatball Sliders

From Better Homes and Gardens

Meatball Sliders

Flamin' Cajun Riblets

From Better Homes and Gardens

Flamin' Cajun Riblets

Ham Skewers with Pink Aioli

Aioli, the garlicky mayonnaise from Provence, serves as a tasty dipping sauce for these ham-and-potato appetizers. The pink color comes from roasted red peppers.

From Family Circle

Ham Skewers with Pink Aioli

Moroccan Chicken Wings

These baked chicken wings are an appetizer with attitude. Toasting the spices that are used in the marinade intensifies their flavor so don't skip that step.

From Family Circle

Moroccan Chicken Wings

Spicy BBQ Chicken Wings

Prepare the wings and season them up to 2 days in advance for this make-ahead appetizer recipe. On party day, just dip them in the purchased barbecue sauce and bake.

From Family Circle

Spicy BBQ Chicken Wings

Stuffed Grape Leaves

You'll need a steamer basket to make this Greek recipe. The bite-size grape leaf rolls are filled with a mixture of ground beef, rice, and mint and steamed until fork tender. A lemon-dill dressing gives the appetizer just a hint of tang.

From Family Circle

Stuffed Grape Leaves

Sausage-Chili Dip

Make this dip spicy or mild depending on the type of sausage and the hotness of the salsa used.

From Family Circle

Sausage-Chili Dip

Cajun Spice-Rubbed Pork Loin Roast

Cutting the roast in half allows you to spread the spicy Cajun seasoning rub over more of the meat and helps you slice it easily into appetizer-size portions.

From Family Circle

Cajun Spice-Rubbed Pork Loin Roast

Beef and Cheddar Sliders

From Family Circle

Beef and Cheddar Sliders

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