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10-Minute Appetizer Spread

10-Minute Appetizer Spread recipe
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Don't dread the pop-in guest. Instead, check out our chunky, cheesy spread that crowns each cracker with a whole lotta flavor and comes together in just 10 minutes.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
24 servings, 2 Tbsp. each
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posted:
6/10/2005
Used the version with tomatoes, cucumber and black olives. It was so simple to prepare and tasted wonderful! Being challenged in culinary skills, I was pleased at the success of this dish. My book club members all requested a copy of the recipe.
posted:
6/8/2005
Wonderfully quick combinations!
posted:
6/7/2005
Can small shrimp makes a great topping over cocktail sauce
posted:
6/7/2005
This sounds like a quick & easy recipe..I am going to make this for a get together next week. I will make a couple of different toppings.
posted:
6/7/2005
Instead of mayo, I have always used sour cream to mix with cream cheese
posted:
6/7/2005
My family has made this for years we use any kind of nacho chips with it. It always gets eaten right away!!
posted:
6/6/2005
This sounds like a super easy dip to make, but I'd certainly have to make 2 messes for my family. I come from a family of 8 & I'm the oldest. Plus my children.
posted:
10/27/2004
I took this dip to a party and the hostess hid half of it in her fridge for herself!! It was a hit!
posted:
5/31/2004
I changed it a little, I used things I had on hand. 1pkg light philly, 1/2c sour cream, 1c feta, cucumber, tomato, salt and oregano. Served with regular and rye Triscuits. It was a HIT!!
posted:
5/24/2004
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