Those with frequent family gatherings or corporate events know the importance of a good appetizer. You want to impress your guests, but that doesn't necessarily mean that you need to spend hours in the kitchen. In fact, there are many different appetizer recipes out there that take less than 15 minutes to prepare. That is what we have for you today. These tasty treats range from meatballs to sushi bites, all of them easy to make and tasty to eat.
Super Easy Swedish Meatballs
Cute little meatballs that pack a flavor punch. Fresh parsley adds a nice touch.
Get the recipe at I Wash You Dry
Pepperoni Pizza Pastry Puffs
Pizza lovers will adore this quick puff pastry appetizer. Feel free to substitute pepperoni for your favorite pizza topping.
Get the recipe at Plain Chicken
This quick but tasty recipe creates 50 crackers of crispy deliciousness.
Get the recipe at Life as a Strawberry
Chicken Enchilada Roll Ups
These tasty tortilla roll ups are loaded with cream cheese, spices, and shredded chicken.
Find the recipe at: The Girl Who Ate Everything
Mini Avocado & Hummus Quesadillas
As healthy as it is tasty, these mini quesadillas create a tasty and resturant-worthy appetizer.
Get the recipe at Chef This Up
Wasabi Shrimp Avocado Crackers
A rice cracker loaded with lots of goodies including red chili pepper and creamy avocado.
Get the recipe at Steamy Kitchen
Orange Brown Butter Shrimp
This garlic and chili spiced shrimp is the perfect group appetizer.
Get the recipe at Pinch of Yum
Tortilla Chip-crusted Chicken Bites Recipe
In 10 minutes, you can have a plate full of these crispy chicken bites.
Get the recipe at Rasa Malaysia
Healthy California Roll Sushi Bites
A little crab meat goes a long way! These gorgeous little sushi bites are certain to be a crowd favorite.
Get the recipe at Food Faith Fitness
Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus
Crispy, salty prosciutto is wrapped around fresh asparagus and baked in the oven.
Find the recipe at: Damn Delicious
Now that you know that these appetizers only take 15 mins to make, which will you prepare first? Have your own quick recipes that you'd like to share? Share in the comments!This post was originally published on Nicko's Kitchen