A Roundup of Favorite Thanksgiving Appetizers


In celebration of Thanksgiving (our favorite holiday here at the FoodShed), we’re posting this round-up of our favorite Thanksgiving appetizers. Whether you’re having a small gathering or a big blowout, the party starts when the appetizers come out.

Pickles Wrapped in Cream Cheese and Prosciutto
Pickles Wrapped in Cream Cheese and Prosciutto

These Cream Cheese Pickle Wraps with Prosciutto are delicious, plus quick and easy to make. (They’re also the most popular appetizer on the blog…) Even if you’re not a cook, make these to bring to a Thanksgiving gathering.

Prosciutto, homemade pickles and cream cheese - unwrapped
Prosciutto, homemade pickles and cream cheese – unwrapped

Brussel Sprouts, Bacon and Caramelized Onion Sliders  are a bit more advanced to make, but well worth the effort. These bite-sized crowd pleasers are richly delicious… your vegetables taste even better with bacon…

Brussel Sprouts Sliders
Brussel Sprouts Sliders

This appetizer probably wins for presentation + deliciousness… Gruyere and Pumpkin Fondue Baked in the Pumpkin saves you dishes by coming in an edible serving platter.

Pumpkin Gruyere Fondue
Pumpkin Gruyere Fondue

Finally, these Crostini with Caramelized Apple, Bleu Cheese and Tarragon are elegant and easy, and the sweetness of the apples tastes uniquely like fall.

Toasts on a Table
Toasts on a Table

Next up, we’ll post some of our favorite Thanksgiving side dishes. What are you planning to serve this Thanksgiving?

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