You’ll Be Grateful for These Thanksgiving Day Finger Foods

Preparing a Thanksgiving Day feast can be stressful enough without worrying about what your guests and family will eat while dinner is cooking. These finger foods feature the best Thanksgiving staples in unique ways.

thanksgiving blog_apple

  1. Sliced Caramel Apple Pretzel Crisps®

Think of this recipe as a taste buds warm-up for the apple pie. Sweet or tart apples with a generous drizzle of caramel and topped with chopped nuts gives you all the flavor an apple pie, but with a satisfying crunch and no baking required.

Get the recipe here.

thanksgiving blog_acorn

  1. Acorn Pretzel Crisps®

And for your next trick, you will turn almonds into acorns with a little snack magic. This recipe can also serve double duty as a tasty pre-Thanksgiving Day snack and a festive table decoration. However, the combination of almonds, chocolate, cream cheese, and, of course, Pretzel Crisps® means it might not remain on the table for long.

Get the recipe here.

thanksgiving blog_dip

  1. Apple Cider Dip

No gathering around food would be complete without a dip. This Apple Cider Dip is sweet, but still pairs well with a plethora of hors d’oeuvres including fruit and veggie plates. Bonus: You can also split the batch and spike one with alcohol. Just remember to keep it away from the Thanksgiving Day kiddie table.

Get the recipe here.

thanksgiving blog_leftover

  1. Thanksgiving Pretzel Crisps®

You’re never more creative in the kitchen than you are the day after Thanksgiving. Sure, the dinner was delicious, but leftovers lose their charm when you eat them the same way every time. Put your Thanksgiving Day leftovers to good use with the stackable bite-sized snacks.

Get the recipe here.

thanksgiving blog_brussel

  1. Parmesan and Pretzel Crisps® Crusted Brussel Sprouts

This recipe is more than a snack. This savory blend of garlic and cheese with the healthy goodness of brussel sprouts could easily be a side dish on your Thanksgiving dinner table. Whether you choose to serve it before or with dinner, it’s sure to go fast! We recommend making this according to the necessary serving size for your guests and then some.

Get the recipe here.