Get your Easter menu off to a great start with these easy appetizers. Choose from our recipes for festive dips and spreads to bite-size starters and -- what else? -- a pleasing platter of deviled eggs for perfect Easter appetizers.
You enjoy blue cheese, walnuts and apples on your cheese plate, so why not try the trio mixed in with creamy egg yolks? Dinner party guests will be wowed by this hors d'oeuvre.
It takes just one beet to give a beautiful rosy hue to a dozen hard-boiled eggs! Try this deviled egg recipe for Easter, brunch or a dinner party hors d'oeuvres.
No artificial "bacon" crumbles here. These deviled eggs are topped with real crispy bacon slices.
The petals and leaves of Signet marigolds flavor these cream cheese-filled luncheon sandwiches.
Although chock-full of fennel, this super-thick and chunky dip will remind you of hot artichoke dip. Complete the snack by serving with fresh vegetables.
Save time by substituting refrigerated roasted beets for freshly roasted ones. Serve this dip with sliced apples, celery sticks or toasted baguette slices.
This appetizer recipe makes one whole egg per serving. For traditional deviled eggs, simply cut in half.
Wouldn't these mini egg cups be the perfect appetizer for a spring or Easter brunch? Make this easy recipe your own by using any cheese and your favorite protein.
Milk chocolate, milk, and peanut butter make a simple sauce that's great to serve for dessert or as a sweet appetizer with fresh fruit or cake cubes.
The original spicy dip recipe, from 1978, was spooned in green peppers and served with tortilla chips. This up-to-date version calls for colorful, vitamin-loaded pepper cups and assorted dippers of vegetables, breadsticks, and crackers.
Salty feta and olives perfectly complement creamy egg yolks. Serve these deviled eggs alongside a spread of hummus, baba ganoush and pita.
Basic deviled eggs have nothing on this spicy and creamy Mexican variation. Top with a spoonful of salsa if you like!
Top puff pastry rounds with goat cheese and roasted beets for a bright, springy dish. Serve as a rich appetizer or pair one with a side salad for lunch.