17 Easy Potato Appetizers (+ Finger Food Recipes)

17 Easy Potato Appetizers (+ Finger Food Recipes)
Potato Appetizers
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From creamy mash to crispy skins and everything in between, this one potato snacks makes your party a great success!

Potatoes (and sweet potatoes) are so versatile that it doesn’t take much to turn them into mouthwatering, mouthwatering dishes.

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You can cut and cook them any way and they will taste great!

They’re also filling and affordable, making them a great choice for making party starters that can feed a crowd.

If you’re looking for ideas, you’ve come to the right place. I’m sharing 17 recipes that make the most salivating potato snacks.

Whether it’s the classic fries or the fully loaded tater to nachos, these potato snacks will blow your socks off for sure!

Get your party started with stuffed, loaded baked potatoes!

They may sound too filling for a party appetizer, but let me explain.

While they all share the same flavor and texture profiles as the hearty potato casserole, they come in bite-sized form.

These miniature stuffed baked potatoes are made with thick potato slices topped with cheese, bacon, sour cream, and chives.

Whoever came up with the idea of ​​turning stuffed potatoes into finger food is a genius!

Here’s another version of the same appetizer as above. The difference is that the potatoes are cut thinner, giving them a crispy bottom.

And instead of putting the sour cream on top, dip the puds in too. Oh, how nice!

One look at these cute nuggets and you can see just how good they are.

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First, let’s take a moment to appreciate how cute these little puds are!

It’s great to use baby potatoes to make individual stuffed baked potatoes. I wish I had thought of the idea first.

Once baked, the potatoes are hollowed out.

Then their meat is mashed with cream cheese, sour cream, grated cheese, bacon and chives.

The potato filling is then stuffed into the potatoes, completing a full, delicious cycle.

Are you the type who throws away potato peelings? Before you do it again, I recommend checking out this recipe first.

Here the potato skins are baked with grated cheese and bacon crumbs.

Finish them off with a dollop of sour cream and chopped chives. Let the party begin!

If you’re looking for a semi-healthy potato appetizer, the search is over. You’re staring right into it!

These balls are mashed potatoes with garlic, chopped prosciutto, parmesan cheese and parsley.

The balls are then baked to make them golden brown and crispy on the outside.

What makes them a healthier version than traditional mashed potatoes is that the recipe calls for no butter.

But don’t worry, they’re still hugely rich, creamy, and delicious. The trick is to cook the potatoes together with garlic.

If you liked the previous recipe and don’t mind the calories, these potato dumplings are for you.

Here the balls are breaded in eggs and breadcrumbs and then deep fried to golden perfection.

Frying gives the balls an incredibly crispy exterior.

Together with the creamy, melting interior, they create the perfect yin and yang of textures.

Elevate the classic crostini into a spud-tasty appetizer!

The concept is simple. Instead of bread, use fried thinly sliced ​​potatoes for the crostini base.

The toppings are up to you!

In case you need ideas, this recipe makes a cheesy and spicy combination of pesto and cream cheese.

Chopped bell peppers are added on top for sweetness and crunch.

While it’s so much easier to just open a bag of chips, it’s better to make chips at home.

First, it’s a lot healthier. These chips require almost no oil and contain no additives and preservatives.

Plus, you can flavor them however you want!

If you like to experiment with flavor combinations, making your own baked potato chips is the best option.

Organizing a party for Hanukkah? I can’t think of a better appetizer than these bite-sized potato latkes!

These nuggets are crunchy on the outside and smooth and creamy on the inside. They are so good that you will eat one bite after another.

This version is even more addictive because of the crème frache and applesauce sauce on it.

Vegan friends visiting? Serve them these vegan deviled potatoes, and they’ll be begging for the recipe!

They look like deviled eggs, but don’t worry, not a single egg was cracked in the making of this dish.

Baby potatoes are used in this recipe instead of eggs.

Entertaining doesn’t have to be such a stressful event.

With these easy 2-ingredient bacon-potato snacks, you’ll spend less time in the kitchen and more time hanging out with friends.

It’s easy. Wrap bacon around baby potatoes, stick them in place with toothpicks and pop them in the oven.

The oven takes care of everything for you.

Spice up your dinner party with these delicious potato sandwiches!

They are just like dinner rolls, but with an extra special softness brought by potatoes.

Thanks to mashed potatoes, these sandwiches are incredibly plump and soft.

They are so soft and buttery they almost melt in your mouth.

And in addition to the significantly improved texture, the potatoes also bring a hint of sweetness.

This recipe waves to you if you like salty and savory fries, but with a hint of sweetness.

These sweet potato fries are not only tastier than regular fries, but also healthier!

The trick is to bake the spuds, not fry them.

Don’t worry, they will be just as nice and crispy as fried fries, but without all that fat.

They are healthier and just as tasty. It’s a win win!

They’re like nachos, but instead of nacho chips, you’ll find tater tots at the base.

Isn’t it great? Just the thought of these nachos makes me salivate!

Using the crispy nuggets instead of nacho chips is genius here.

The flavor profiles are similar, but tater tots have a lot more personality.

They are crispy on the outside and soft and tender on the inside.

Topped with your favorite nacho toppings, they are simply amazing.

If I’m being honest, I wasn’t quite sure if I should add these croquettes to this appetizer list.

Don’t get me wrong, there is nothing wrong with how they taste.

They even get a 12 out of 10 in all departments for taste, texture and presentation.

The only problem is that they are way too addictive.

In addition to their perfect crispy fried texture, these croquettes are filled with mashed potatoes.

Did I mention they also have bacon and 2 types of cheese?

I just can’t resist putting six in a row.

That said, if you do decide to make these potato croquettes, be sure to at least triple the recipe.

If you love Popeye’s crunchy shoestring fries, why not make them yourself?

I definitely had a Popeye’s fries phase. I was so addicted to it that I decided to replicate their recipe.

It took me a few tries, but I finally have the perfect mix and ratio of spices.

I’m over my addiction, but I still have the occasional craving. If I do, I won’t go to Popeye’s again.

I just go to my kitchen and make my version of Popeye’s fries at home. They are just too good!

Have you ever thought of garnishing your pizza with potatoes?

I know it sounds a little strange, and frankly, a little too heavy on the carbs.

But if you need to feed and impress a hungry crowd, this recipe will definitely do the trick.

These pizzas use naan bread as a base, which is then topped with thinly sliced ​​potatoes, onions, and cheese.

Once baked, the flavors of the sweet onions, savory potatoes, and rich cheese meld in harmony.

The pizzas are seasoned with sage and rosemary for the perfect finishing touch.

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