Finger Foods are obviously foods you can eat with your fingers. No utensils required. This category of foods is actually quite broad if you think about it, covering appetizers, main entree, and dessert. But during this busy holiday season when we were asked to bring “finger foods” to an event, I was initially stumped as to what to bring. The more I thought about it, however, I remembered having a rather unique sandwich at a luncheon that I attended last year. At that event everyone loved these sandwiches and wanted to know how to make them.
Unusual in their combination of ingredients, but very delicious indeed. They will be remembered, and your guests will want the recipe. They are so easy to make that I don’t even need to present the usual recipe format. Here’s all it takes:
Get these ingredients together: 1 cup grated carrots, 1 – 8 ounce package cream cheese, 1/2 a can cream cheese frosting, 1/4 cup chopped nuts. Mix all together and spread on raisin bread. Use a good quality bread such as Peppridge Farms.
Cut into halves or quarters and arrange on a serving plate. EASY. PRETTY. YUM-YUM Good!
Oh wow! I never thought of this before! Carrot cake in seconds. We love carrot cake around here so this is an excellent idea.
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