These Thanksgiving bites are great for pre-meal grazing! Choose from baked brie, cranberry salsa, and more.

Fancy finger food to nibble on before a big meal? Try this one Thanksgiving starters! There is nothing better than waiting for the delicacies that will emerge at the table. So here are some fall appetizer recipes to get the party started! There’s everything from time-tested favorites like bake brie to unique ideas like pumpkin hummus and cranberry salsa. Either way: They are based on the presented flavors of the season. Ready to start?

And now … our best Thanksgiving bites to get the party started!

On top of our easy Thanksgiving appetizers … Baked Brie! There couldn’t be a simpler starter recipe. Here’s what you need to know to make a melting, delicious bunch of brie. The big part? The toppings are versatile depending on your preference and you can prepare a beautiful plate with little effort. Try honey, cranberry sauce, apricot jam, or pomegranate seeds.

Get on: Make a platter of sliced ​​pears and apples, grapes, crackers, nuts, and more!

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Pumpkin hummus? Yes, and it’s surprisingly good: creamy, hearty, and with an undertone of autumnal goodness. This simple hummus recipe is quick to make: just 10 minutes in a food processor.

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Looking for a great, healthy Thanksgiving appetizer recipe to keep you entertained? Try these easy stuffed mushrooms! These little bites have it all: they are hearty, meaty and herbaceous, with a delicate exterior and a crunch in every bite. Even better, this recipe is incredibly simple: you don’t have to sauté any ingredients for the filling. Chop, fill and bake!

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Who doesn’t love a great spinach and artichoke dip? This flavorful, creamy dip recipe is such a crowd-pleaser that if you serve it, it might disrupt the conversation (sorry!). Serve with pita chips or crostini.

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Try this caramelized onion dip made from red wine for a stunning Thanksgiving starter! It’s rich and creamy, with a deep earthy taste of the wine – and paired with potato chips, it’s absolutely heavenly. To balance out the wealth, prepare a platter of colorful vegetables of all kinds: with spicy artichoke hearts and olives.

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Ready for the best, cosiest Thanksgiving appetizer for your table? Try this easy pumpkin dip! It tastes like everything you love about the season: pumpkin, maple, cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg. And stirring only takes 5 minutes. Serve as a healthy starter idea with apple slices.

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Here’s a quick bread that begs to be part of your Thanksgiving appetizer: this sweet potato bread! We think this alternative to pumpkin bread is even more fun than the classic. Why? It’s incredibly juicy and sweetly flavored, with cinnamon and a nice nuance of the sweet potato. This recipe makes a large, fluffy loaf that looks impressive. (You can also whip it up as a sweet potato muffin.)

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Do you have 5 minutes? Then you can conjure up this amazingly simple starter: Whipped Ricotta! The combination of fluffy, hearty cheese and sticky golden honey will make everyone lick their plates off. It’s creamy, salty-sweet perfection with some warm bread. It’s the ideal starter to get any meal rolling: and it couldn’t be easier to beat.

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This dish turns everyone into an olive lover. Using the right variety of olives here results in a smooth, rich taste: not salty or too salty. Garlic, lemon and herbs create a taste symphony! Every time we make these and put them on the table, people go crazy about them.

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These simple devil eggs are totally classic and taste amazing. They have a twist: Greek yogurt in the filling along with the mayo. Together with yellow and Dijon mustard, it gives these eggs the perfect flavor without being too rich! Garnish with dried dill or smoked paprika, or a mixture of both, to make it festive.

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This cranberry salsa is a fun Thanksgiving starter all about the flavors of the season! Use fresh or frozen cranberries here, then whip them up with jalapeño, lime, and honey. Serve with pita chips or crusty bread!

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A good pinwheel recipe is classic in an appetizer spread! This recipe is full of Italian flavors: mozzarella, sun-dried tomatoes, spinach, and a blend of spices. They are easy to prepare and look absolutely stunning on a platter.

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This Thanksgiving appetizer idea couldn’t be simpler: Honestly, it’s more of an idea than a recipe. Bake homemade crostini, top them with goat cheese and honey, and you have the most delicious sweet and savory taste indulgence. The taste of soft goat cheese is so perfect in itself that you don’t need any additional spices.

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What’s more classic than a shrimp cocktail? This 1960s appetizer may seem a little retro, but it’s a timeless recipe that really never goes out of style! Why buy one of those sub-par trays at the grocery store when you can make an incredible version of shrimp cocktail at home? Homemade is always the best (in our opinion) and this recipe really shines.

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Lastly in our Thanksgiving starters: stuffed dates! These beauties are incredibly easy to make, and the taste of this simple pairing is outrageous. There’s the sweet caramel cheese made from Medjool dates. Combine that with spicy, fluffy goat cheese and the sweet and savory combination is out of this world. Or fill them with almond butter and garnish with coarse sea salt.

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More Thanksgiving Resources

Do you need help choosing a recipe? We all have ideas for the big day. Here are a few more Thanksgiving recipes for anything you need:

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  • 1 Brie cheese wheel
  • sweetheart or Lingonberry, cherry or apricot jam or jam
  • Chopped pistachios, walnuts, or pecans
  • Flaky sea salt (optional)
  • For the platter: crackers, crostini, baguette slices, sliced ​​apples or pears, grapes, nuts, jam, etc.
  1. Preheat the oven to 375 ° F. Place the brie in a baking dish or on a parchment-lined baking sheet. Bake for 15 minutes, until soft and warm: if you touch the center with your finger, it’s done and it feels very runny on the inside.
  2. Sprinkle with honey or jam, crushed pistachios and a little sea salt. With crackers or crostini, grapes, apples, pears, etc.
  • Category: starter
  • Method: Baked
  • Kitchen: American

Keywords: Thanksgiving starters

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