Last Minute Party Foods

Having a bunch of people coming over? Sounds like a last minute celebration. But wait, does that mean you have no time for preparations? Don’t worry, we have the solution. Here are some last minute food recipes that surely won’t let you down.

Spiced Popcorn: Popcorns are a sure shot snack liked by adults and kids alike. To prepare spiced popcorn, pop the kernels as directed. Melt some butter in a pan and add chili powder, garlic powder, salt and any other spice you want to add flavor. Pour this spiced butter over the popcorns and coat them properly. Now serve.

Herbed Nuts: A handful of nuts are always a treat. Heat some butter in a pan and add salt, sugar, thyme, rosemary and pepper. Toss the nuts in the mixture and serve.

Apple Nachos: Slice apples and toss them with cinnamon and sugar. Pour some caramel sauce and top it with anything you like be – it nuts, chocolate chips or any other thing you wish.

Creamy Corn Dip: In for a yummy dip? Take some corn, green chilies, green pepper, sour cream, mayonnaise and cheddar cheese. Mix them in a bowl and refrigerate it. Serve with chips, crackers or vegetables.

Easy Cheese Garlic Bread: An easy and cheesy recipe to serve the taste buds. Grab some Italian bread and load it with cream cheese, sour cream and mozzarella cheese. Add sliced jalapenos. A spice filled and cheesy snack is ready to be served.

Pantry Pasta: An easy to cook food to please your guests is pasta. A quick recipe would take you to heat some onions, tomatoes, garlic, olives and boiled chicken or chicken stocks at medium heat. Stir cooked pasta in the sauce. Mix it and top it with nuts.

Potato Wedges: Soft inside, crunchy outside, these easy made potato wedges can be the life of your party. Toss onion powder, garlic powder, salt, pepper and cheese on the boiled wedged shaped cut potatoes. Bake them and serve.

Curry Fried Rice: A quick and light recipe to delight your guests. Heat the pan. Now scramble an egg in the pan to break it into chunks. Fry chopped carrots, green onions and any other vegetable you desire to enhance the flavor. You may also add boiled chicken and fry it along with the vegetables. Add boiled rice and mix them in the pan. Make sure the rice doesn’t break. Dish out and sprinkle curry powder. The food is ready to be served.

Chocolate Delight: Desserts are a sure way to brighten up your parties. A quick chocolate delight will set the mood right for the party. Treat your guests with a mouth watering chocolate mousse. Heat the chocolate with water in a pan until it melts. Blend in vanilla and set aside the mixture to cool. Whip the cream and whisk in sugar and chocolate. Scoop out the chocolate mousse and grate it with chocolate. The appetizing dessert is ready to be served.

Chocolate Covered Peanuts: Chocolate sounds delicious? Never had enough? Always drooling for more? Then grab some and excite your guests. Melt some chocolate and stir until smooth. Dip peanuts into this melted chocolate and coat. Serve chilled.