I’ll admit that I do a lot of entertaining in my home. Whether it’s a “Mom’s Night Out” party or family gathering, I love to share food and time with the people I care about the most.
The fact is, I’m not a “chips and dip” kind of gal. I can’t set out a bag of potato chips and then call it a party.
At the same time, I’m a busy on-the-go mom with a lot on my plate (pun intended). Therefore, I’m always looking for delicious and classy appetizers that are easy to prepare in very little time.
Easy and Delicious Appetizers
While shopping for an upcoming get-together, Walmart was hosting demonstrations for Kraft Anything Dressing to use in dippable appetizers. Prior to the demonstration, I had never really thought of Kraft Dressing for anything but salads.
But the demonstration got me to thinking; and I quickly came up with the idea for my Reuben Dips. I grabbed a bottle of Kraft Thousand Island Anything Dressing then headed off to the deli for some shaved pastrami and Swiss cheese. After swinging by the bakery section for some mini bread sticks, I was set for a visually inspiring and delicious snack for my friends… not to mention, easy.
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If you’re hosting a party or family gathering, here’s my recipe for Reuben Dips that is sure to not disappoint.
Reuben Dips Recipe:
- Kraft Pourable Anything Dressing- Thousand Island
- Shaved Deli Pastrami- 1/2 pound
- Swiss Cheese- 1/2 pound
- Mini Bread Sticks (the perfect ones are found in the salad dressing isle close by Kraft Dressings)
- Spring Salad Mix (optional)
- Slice cheese into strips
- Wrap a cheese slice around the tip of the bread stick
- Wrap a slice of pastrami over the cheese; the pastrami is moist enough to stick
- Spread salad mix over plate
- Place each wrapped bread stick on top of the salad
- Pour dressing into dipping bowl
To find out if there is a demonstration at Walmart in your are for Kraft Anything Dressing, visit In Store Now. And, to find more recipe ideas, follow Kraft on Twitter at @KraftDressing or on Facebook.
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