With all the parties and potlucks happening this month, you want to spend your time relaxing and enjoying yourself, not stressing out about what to bring. I have a great idea for you: combine store-bought holiday appetizers with something homemade. It's a compromise that works for me, plus it saves a lot of time and stress during this very busy month.
I picked up Rich's SeaPak Shrimp Spring Rolls at Walmart and then used just three ingredients to make a delicious Cranberry Mustard Dip. It's tastes great with these baked spring rolls, but it's also great for dipping chicken tenders or pork kebabs. It's a simple way to create Holiday Appetizers to please a crowd.
While the spring rolls are baking, it takes just a minute to to combine cranberry sauce with mustard and brown sugar (which cuts the acid in the cranberry and mustard). Baking gets the wrappers nice and crispy, so if you're carrying these out to a party, wrap the serving dish with foil to keep them warm until you arrive.
- 1/2 cup whole cranberry sauce
- 1 1/2 Tbsp mustard
- 1 Tbsp brown sugar
Combine all three ingredients in a bowl and mix to combine.
Serve with shrimp rolls, chicken tenders, or pork.
Rich’s SeaPak Shrimp Spring Rolls are an easy party snack that you can dress up with a homemade dip. If you'd like to try them yourself, head to your local Walmart this Saturday, December 8th, between 1-5pm for a product demonstration. You can follow SeaPak on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest for more holiday appetizer ideas.
We liked these flavors so much that my husband suggested we try it in the crockpot with a pork roast–great idea! All three of my kids liked it, too, and they don't eat cranberry sauce at Thanksgiving, so that was a surprise to me.
For more easy appetizer recipes, follow my
Appetizers & Party Food board on Pinterest.
Cranberry Mustard Dip is linked up to Fluster's Creative Muster Party at Fluster Buster.