Holiday parties are all about fun and food! What better way to celebrate the season than with delicious small bites and snacks that everyone will love? However, finding appetizers that appeal to both your adult and kid guests can be pretty tricky. These four holiday appetizers are sure to delight your oldest and littlest guests alike.
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Make a fun and healthy kabob shaped like the Grinch Who Stole Christmas. On a toothpick, assemble your kabob starting with one mini marshmallow, followed by one strawberry and one banana slice for the hat. Finish with a green grape for the Grinch's face. Repeat for all your kabobs!
Mini Snowman Pizza
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What kid doesn't love pizza? Make it more festive by turning it into a snowman. Roll out your pizza dough to 1/4 inch thick. Take three different size circular pasty cutters or glasses — one for the head, body and base. Arrange your pizzas in snowman shape and top with mozzarella cheese. Next, use a sliver of a carrot for a nose, add pepperoni buttons, and a mushroom scarf.
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Finger sandwiches are the perfect addition to any party and these up the ante with a fun holiday theme. Make several peanut butter sandwiches, cut off the crusts, and cut the sandwiches in half diagonally to create two triangles. Use one half of a cherry tomato on each triangle as the nose, two raisins on each triangle as eyes, and two pretzel sticks in the top of each sandwich as antlers.
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These cute little critters will bring a smile to all of your guests. Cut a slit into a jumbo olive lengthwise, from top to bottom. Insert about one teaspoon of cream cheese into the olive. Slice a carrot into 1/4 inch thick rounds and cutout a triangle of each carrot slice to form feet. Use the cut out piece and press into center of small olive to form the beak. On a toothpick, assemble your penguin as follows: Carrot slice, large olive with cream cheese chest and small olive with beak. Repeat for all the penguins.