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Sweet Finger Food Recipes

Looking for sweet finger food recipes? Get sweet finger foods for your next party or holiday gathering from Taste of Home.

Snickerdoodle Sundaes

Snickerdoodle Sundaes

Snickerdoodle Sundaes

For dessert on the double, Melissa Van Bramer’s luscious Snickerdoodle Sundaes can’t be beat. She whipped up the easy caramel-topped recipe with her two daughters in Pickerington, Ohio and says, “It’s so simple (but special enough) to fix for guests. And it always brings raves.”

Almond Coconut Bars

Almond Coconut Bars

Almond Coconut Bars

—Dolores Skrout, Summerhill, Pennsylvania

Chocolate Peppermint Bark

Chocolate Peppermint Bark

Chocolate Peppermint Bark

These treats are such a snap to make, I almost feel guilty serving them. But nobody seems to mind I didn't put in much effort—they just keep coming back for more. —Keslie Houser, Pasco, Washington
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Tart 'n' Sweet Grapefruit Peel

Tart 'n' Sweet Grapefruit Peel

Tart 'n' Sweet Grapefruit Peel

I hadn't made this recipe for some 20 years ... then I spotted something in a magazine that made me think of it. The candied peel was so tasty, I don't think I'll put the recipe away again! note to editors: okay to call this candied grapefruit peel in romance, we didn't want to use that for the title because we used that title in 2003 CW Christmas

Rhubarb Cookies

Rhubarb Cookies

Rhubarb Cookies

We have two prolific rhubarb plants, so I’m always looking for new ways to use the harvest. The recipe for these soft, delicious cookies, flavored with coconut, was given to me by a friend. —Shauna Schneyder, Idaho Falls, Idaho

Rhubarb Oat Bars

Rhubarb Oat Bars

Rhubarb Oat Bars

These soft bars provide just the right amount of tartness and sweetness. They are simply unbeatable! —Renette Cressey, Fort Mill, South Carolina

Lemon-Yogurt Tea Cakes

Lemon-Yogurt Tea Cakes

Lemon-Yogurt Tea Cakes

Light, tender and tangy, these little lemon cakes will be the belle of the brunch. They’re also great for lunch, supper or snacking.—Ruth Burrus, Zionsville, Indiana

Easy Lemon Drop Cookies

Easy Lemon Drop Cookies

Easy Lemon Drop Cookies

No one would suspect that these adorable, glazed cookies are low in fat. Jalayne Luckett bakes up the cute citrus bites in her Marion, Illinois kitchen.

Chocolate Skeleton Cookies

Chocolate Skeleton Cookies

Chocolate Skeleton Cookies

Put these cute treats out for your next ghost and goblin party and watch them disappear.--Lisa Rupple, Keenesburg, Colorado

Cutout Pumpkin Sandwich Cookies

Cutout Pumpkin Sandwich Cookies

Cutout Pumpkin Sandwich Cookies

Apricot preserves peek out of these buttery, tender sugar cookies. Make them throughout the year with a variety of cookie cutter shapes. —Schelby Thompson, Camden Wyoming, Delaware

Bloodshot Eyeballs

Bloodshot Eyeballs

Bloodshot Eyeballs

Your party guests will be pleasantly surprised to find that these aren't eyeballs at all—they're yummy peanut butter balls! Little ghouls will find them fun to eat. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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