If you are tired of the same old recipes, or don't have time to search the entire Internet for the Perfect Holiday Party Side Dish or Appetizer, don't worry, we have you covered, just keep reading.
We added Wurzpott Spices to The Food Network's 56 Holiday Party Recipes That Are Sure to Impress and these are our Wurzpott Recommendations...
Gingerbread Spiced Nuts by The Food Network Kitchen
These Spicy Nuts are easy to Prepare and can be made several days ahead of time. You can use any raw Nuts like Peanuts, Cashews or Almonds. Spicy Mixed Nuts are perfect for Charcuterie Boards!
Wurzpott Spices to use: Sweet Paprika, Smoky Paprika, Chocolate Pepper
Herb Coeur a La Creme by Ina Garten
A perfect Appetizer for a crowd, serve with Crusty Bread, Crackers or both! Get Creative and Add Tzatziki for Greek-Inspired dip, or Tomatino Pepperino for a sweet and Italian-inspired heat. You can make this in advance and just pull it out when guests start to arrive.
Wurzpott Spices to use: Provence, Sea Salt & Herbs
Gorgonzola-Pear Toasts by Sandra Lee
Crusty Bread and Soft Cheese is a really good Appetizer alone, but when you Add Sweet Fruit and Crunchy Nuts to the Crusty Bread with Soft Cheese, you get a Great Appetizer!
Spices to Substitute for Fresh Parsley: Tutto Italiano, Provence, Coastal Breeze
Christmas Queso by Ree Drummond
How can Wurzpott help Spice up your Christmas Queso? Add a Tablespoon of Smoky Cowboy or Cracked Pepper to the Queso or Top with Chile Threads!
Savory Cheese Palmiers by Sandra Lee
Wurzpott Spices to use: Sweet Paprika, Smoky Paprika, OR Add some extra Flavor and Crunch to your Cheese Topping with Smoky Garlic Crunch or Veggie Meadow.
Rosemary Roasted Potatoes by Ina Garten
Wurzpott Spices to use: Provence, Sea Salt & Herbs, Salt Flakes
Potato Puffs by The Food Network Magazine
Wurzpott Spices to use: Sea Salt & Herbs, Salt Flakes, Aloha Curry, Amore Mio
Struffoli by Giada De Laurentiis
Wurzpott Garnishes to use for Additional Topping: Fruit Magic, Bluetiful, Flower Power
Chocolate Chip Biscooki by Melissa D'Arabian
"Holiday season is synonymous with cookies, and the most well-loved cookie of childhood is probably the chocolate chip variety. This recipe is part cookie, part biscotti. It's sweet and soft enough to eat like a cookie, but hard enough to be perfect for hot cocoa or coffee dipping." - Melissa D'Arabian
Add a little sweet & spicy kick to these Biscookies with Chocolate Pepper. Simply grind up 2-3 Tablespoons of Chocolate Pepper in your Spice Grinder and add them into your Flour Mixture in Step 2 of this Recipe.
Wurzpott Spices to use: Chocolate Pepper