Throwing a holiday party this year? Check out our favorite recipes for appetizers, drinks and desserts! If you don’t have a party scheduled already, you’ll want to start inviting friends now!
This recipe packs in all the flavor of buffalo chicken tenders or buffalo wings and, like these classic pub appetizers, can be dipped in blue cheese dressing. Jamie Wolff, our Produce Manager, introduced us to this recipe.
This “fancied up” guacamole comes from the kitchen on Andi Wolff! Check out our classic guac recipes here, too.
These can be used in spaghetti or a curry, but since they’re also delicious on their own, they make a perfect appetizer. Make them with your favorite leafy greens!
Guests might expect chips and salsa, but will be pleasantly surprised when fruit salsa is on offer. One of our customers provided this delicious recipe!
This recipe, from Lisa Kiedeisch of Boyertown, is one that Lisa’s family members request when they know a party’s in the works!
Stuffed mushrooms are always a hit, and this cheesy spinach version, also from Lisa Kiedeisch, is another one of her family’s favorites.
Not only are spiced or candied nuts a classic holiday option, they’re also great for guests who can’t have gluten or dairy.
While this recipe turns out looking quite impressive, it’s actually not too hard to make. And spinach + feta is one of the best savory combos on the planet.
Classic cheesy crab dip from our chef, Chuck Smith!
It’s a creamy veggie dip… but with tons of protein and totally healthy! Great for dipping veggies, and always a kid favorite.
It’s a Wolff family classic! If you’re short on time, you can purchase tortilla chips, but making them yourself is impressive and tasty.
This recipe comes from some folks who spent time in Romania. The smoked taste comes not from artificial smoke flavoring, but from actually grilling eggplant until it is charred.
Honey-mustard, apples, and brie combine in this elegant and mouthwatering appetizer. Give it a starring role on the appetizer table, and prepare for it to vanish quickly!
Even though quick breads might traditionally be served at a brunch or tea party, they’re also a nice treat to slice up for holiday parties.
Traditional pumpkin spices blend with chocolate chips and pecans or walnuts to make this dessert-worthy quick bread.
This amazing spicy pumpkin bread uses oats, unsweetened applesauce, maple syrup and neck pumpkin puree to create a healthy and flavorful seasonal delicacy.
Guests will go straight to this dessert because these Austrian cookies are so beautiful and wintry!
This recipe from Wolff’s chef Chuck Smith is delicious any time time of day! And they’re one more way to consider the dietary needs of your guests (or perhaps even yourself).
It’s fun to be able to pick a moment during a party to bring out something extra special. Having a dessert in the freezer naturally presents that opportunity. So, here’s an ice-cream-like delicacy called “granita” from our chef, Chuck Smith. Make it with apples to capture an essential taste of fall!
This pie mixes apples, blackberries and almonds. It’s an unexpected twist on traditional pies, and guests will love it.
You can make this with any apple, but since Stayman-Winesap are here, why not use them in this autumn-spiced dessert?
Cider and spices make a perfect brew to serve guests when they come in from the cold. Use Weaver’s preservative-free apple cider!
We featured this recipe for New Year’s in 2014, but you can certainly serve this fruit, herb and champagne mix before New Year’s celebrations. Or, you can try to resist temptation until you’re ready to raise a glass to 2018!