Sweet, savory or otherwise – these one-bite morsels taste much bigger than they look.
Whether you’re looking to serve up a meal of small plates or just want to feature an amuse bouche (that’s a fancy word for appetizer) before a feast, we’ve got what you need to make the tiniest bites with the biggest flavor.
Whoopie pies may be eclipsing cupcakes as the go-to trendy dessert for parties, especially when they’re small enough to pop in your mouth and are featured in every color of the rainbow. Bonus: This is a fuss-free, foolproof recipe.
Step 1: Heat oven to 350°F. Make cookies according to recipe directions. Divide batter into 5 small bowls (about 1/3 cup each). Stir food color into each as desired to create rainbow colors. Stir until well blended.
Crispy chicken atop syrup-soaked waffles may be the ultimate in comfort food. This bite-sized, bacon-enhanced version of the dish gives you all the flavors you love, but in a portion that won’t put you in a food coma.
We’ve never beenknown to turn down a corn dog, but even we have to admit that this Latin-inspired version is a total upgrade. Fried nuggets of smoky chorizo dipped in fresh, creamy sauce? We’re in.
The only thing better than an a.m. cocktail is dessert in the morning. This mini dish combines both, with orange juice-infused pancakes, marmalade and a champagne mascarpone cream to fulfill all of your brunch fantasies.
People have a tendency to get fatigued of pumpkin pie during the holidays, that is until they see it in a new form – like this super simple, bite-sized version.
A plate of these little Mexican pies and a side of rice and beans is all you need for a dinnertime fiesta – oh, and maybe a margarita or two.
Everyone gets sick of the ol’ burger standby, so instead make these teensy pies with all the flavor you love, but in one-bite portions.
Using a simple and classic shake recipe and half of a cup of Nutella, the Mini Nutella Shake was born—and boy is it good!
Cute doesn’t even begin to describe these little morsels. Vanilla wafer buns sandwich a chocolate-covered cracker patty, icing condiments and coconut lettuce for a bite-sized treat that will make anyone smile.
Spicy wings are great, but they’re also messy and require a deep fryer (if you want to do it right). On the other hand, these pies have all the flavor of a buffalo wing sans bones and skin.
Everything is better on a stick, right? And with our Mini Cinnamon Roll Fondue, double dipping isn’t just okay, it’s encouraged!
Turn a box of Kix cereal and Fruit-Roll Ups into these ridiculously easy and totally adorable one-bite corn-on-the-cob treats.
Bonus Snack: Mini Taco Cupcakes
There were so many mini morsels to love, that we couldn’t help ourselves in adding one more. These Mini Taco Cupcakes gives us a case of the “good food feels.”