Olive appetizers are welcome additions to wine and cheese parties. This unique recipe collection offers trendy to exotic olive ideas including tapenade and marinated olive blends as well as popular cheese-wrapped olive appetizers.
Make the cheese mixture ahead of time for these appetizers. That way it's chilled and ready for assembly come party time.
This chunky relish with a salty snap of capers is ready in minutes. It adds peppy flavor to fish or chicken dishes and is amazing on sandwiches.
Mouthwatering flavor and festive color come from the ribbons of filling in these appetizer sandwiches. Egg salad and an olive-nut blend pair beautifully in these delicate teatime treats.
For appetizers that are easy to pick up, spread thin toasted baguette slices with mixtures of feta cheese,tomatoes, and basil.
Make these rosemary-marinated olive appetizers up to 1 week in advance of your Thanksgiving gathering.
For lunch or light dinner, serve these cheese, pepperoni, and olive quesadillas with soup or salad.
These vodka-flavored appetizers will remind you of that classic cocktail.
These appetizers look like eyeballs. Arrange them on a spooky platter at your next Halloween party.
This Sicilian dish features sauteed eggplant, sweet pepper, onion, and celery spiked with vinegar and tomatoes. Serve on toasted Italian bread for a delicious snack or appetizer.
Perfect for a party, these tiny stuffed appetizers can be prepared in advance and baked whenever the host is free.
Many large supermarkets or delis offer a variety of olives at a take-your-choice olive bar. Mix and match the ones you like to make 12 ounces.
Use crackers to scoop up this traditional Waldorf salad or serve inside a tortilla or lettuce wrap for a quick weekday lunch.
This ever-popular appetizer is known by many names, such as seven-layer spread. Whatever you call it, it's always a hit.
Hop on the small plates trend and throw together a spread of bean salad, ham, cheese, olives, grapes and hearty French bread.