Best non-expensive treat to bring to a party? Like- $10 or less?
My new year's resolution is to be a bit more budget-conscious. So- I was trying to think of less-costly-but-still-tasty things to bring to a shindig. I'm thinking $10 or under. Like desserts, or food that lends itself to being an appetizer. Sometimes wine or beer would work, but I have quite a few friends who are sober.
I was thinking about bringing two orders of New Green Bo's veggie dumplings to a gathering tonight. Any other ideas?
Homemade pigs-in-blankets. Corny as they are, they fly off the table. (When pigs fly?)Everybody loves them.
St. Andre cheese with Jules Destrooper Butter Crisps. It should be just about $10, if it goes a little over, the comments will so be worth it.
St. Andre looks very similar to brie but, it's not brie. It's much more smoother and creamier. The Butter Crisps add a nice little crunch and sweetness. Let the cheese get to room temperature and smear it's delectable creaminess on the crisps. Put the cheese on a nice little plate with the broken up crisps and a nice cheese spreader. Looks fancy and tastes fabulous!
If you feel like splurging, pick up a small jar of apricot spread and just put a tiny dollop on top of the cheese that's on top of the crisp. It's a beautiful combination.
How about black olive tapenade and some rosemary/onion flatbread from Loblaws?
That would be less than $10 and delicious!