Not a fan of huge meals or the prices that come with them? Is your family more of the grazer type? Is your wedding in between meals? Is your budget incredibly tight? If you said yes to any of these questions, these bite-sized meals will be perfect for you. These delicious meals also avoid mess, dishes and extra charges for cleaning. They pack all the flavor that a normal meal would have! Here are some great ideas for tiny edible delights.
Meatloaf Lollipops. With many different recipes to make these into the one that you want, meatloaf lollipops are a delicious blend of meat, sauce, and vegetables. Pack in protein-packed mini-meals to keep your guests full, longer. No one will go hungry with these delicious lollipops.
Salad on a stick. For those who love salad, this will be fantastic. Egg salad and potato salad are the cheapest salads to make, so having them on a stick makes them even cheaper. Pick your ingredients and make sure they can be held well on a stick. Hard-boiled eggs, baby tomatoes and tater tots are some great options.
Crepe Salad Skewers. These are another type of salad on a skewer and they are delicious! You can even do skewers like this for a fruit salad. You can add strawberries, kiwis, pineapples, grapes and more! Add toppings and syrups of your choice and you have the perfect brunch brochette.
Figs with blue cheese and honey. These tasty treats are a mouthful of flavor for you and for your guests! Prepare them how you want, and add ingredients as you go if you want to make it your own. Feel free to get creative and make a unique edible appetizer.
Grape Poppers. These can be time-consuming to make since you have to dip each grape, but they will be a huge hit. Sweet and crunchy at the same time will set an explosion of flavor in your mouth! These go great at a dessert wedding where sweets are mostly or exclusively served.
Vegetarian Skewers. Here is a nice breaded hors do’oeuvres that is friendly for vegetarian guests. These can go along great at a vegetarian wedding. These can also be considered the side dish skewers to go along with the meat lollipops.
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