Throw the ingredients in a Dutch oven, chat with some early arrivals for thirty minutes, and then serve this flavor-packed soup.
Smothered with corn flakes and buttermilk, these crispy roasted chicken sliders will bring your party guests good tidings of comfort and joy.
Avocado toast, who?! This toast is dressed in festive hues thanks to red chile and fresh parsley.
Because potatoes are at the top of your Christmas list.
No ketchup here: Top these mini burgers with homemade relish instead.
Nothing tops a tray of cheese and crackers ... well, unless it's a whole log of cheese.
Here's proof that every occasion can be turned into a pizza party. Yep, even Christmas.
Avoid an awkward situation with these bite-size pasta nests.
This cheesy, golden galette will warm you right up.
Salad on toast?! Well, life is all about balance.
If you fill up on your greens now, that means you can eat as many cookies as you'd like after dinner. It's the unspoken rule of Christmas, trust us.
These loaded tarts are a no-mess, no-fuss way to enjoy winter's favorite squash.
Butternut squash can be turned into a number of healthy (and delicious!) appetizers and main meals, from soups to tarts.
These roasted olives are basically made for Christmas — look at the colors!
Two ingredients transform plain cheese cubes into a flavor-packed starter.
This flavor-packed cheese spread tastes even better when smothered on a warm .
If you need an excuse to serve the classic Caprese combo, just think how it will match your Christmas color scheme.
You've got spiked eggnog and spice cake, now keep to the spicy theme with this chorizo-topped appetizer.
Avocados turned into French fries — now that's what dreams are made of.
You may traditionally think of serving deviled eggs for Easter but hey, they're a hit all year long. Trust.
Psst: The first ingredient is store-bought pizza dough, so this recipe is even easier than it sounds.
Dusted with turmeric, garlic powder, and a little Parmesan cheese, these roasted florets offer a lot more flavor than the usual kernels.
Warning: Guests might fill up on these addictive crostinis before you even serve the roast.
Mustard might not be the first spice that comes to mind when you think of meatballs, but this Dijon-flavored recipe will change the way you think.
If you're all about looking fancy with zero effort, this sweet and savory tart is for you.