19 Easy Party Appetizers

Just when you need some no-hassle appetizers for game day, here are our all-time favorites.

Quick Cheese Fondue
Quick Cheese Fondue
Heat oven to 500°. Put a 1/2-lb. piece of slightly oozy brie cheese in a 2- to 3-cup shallow baking dish and bake until melted, 4 to 5 minutes.Grind black pepper on top. Set dish on a heatproof surface and serve with toasted baguette slices, walnut bread, or sliced apples and pears.

Sausage Mushroom Caps
Sausage Mushroom Caps
The classic appetizer gets a savory addition.
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Hasty Hots
Hasty Hots
A slightly more indulgent alternative to garlic bread.
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Spiced Fried Chickpeas
Spiced Fried Chickpeas
Munch on these for a healthier spin on salted nuts.
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Creamy Artichoke Dip
Creamy Artichoke Dip
This dip is an instant hit. Have extra crackers on hand--your guests won't be able to stop going back for more!
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Herbed Cheese Log
Herbed Cheese Log
Up the elegance of cheese and crackers in a snap.
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Deviled Eggs with Bacon
Deviled Eggs with Bacon
Eggs and bacon in an unexpected combo.
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Soft Tacos with Chiles and Cheese (Rajas con Queso)
Soft Tacos with Chiles and Cheese (Rajas con Queso)
Move over, nachos. These tacos are the perfect game day food.
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Veggie Sticks with Avocado-Lime Dip
Veggie Sticks with Avocado-Lime Dip
A lighter, grown-up version of chips and guacamole.
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Dates with Bacon
Dates with Bacon
Everything's better with bacon, and this sweet-and-salty pairing is a stunner.
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