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  1. Cost per serving: 93¢   This tasty appetizer is the healthier version of your favorite take out food.   See recipe: Baked Egg Rolls
  2. Costs per seving: 19¢   With its crunchy texture and savory garlic spread, this appetizer is quick to please. It's also the perfect size for guests to carry around while socializing!   See recipe: Parmesan Toasts
  3. Cost per serving: 31¢   Whip up a savory, traditional British dish that dates back to the Victorian age.    See recipe: Devils on Horseback
  4. Cost per serving: 92¢   You can prep both the tomatoes and potatoes and make the yogurt mustard and broccoli fillings up to two days ahead. Store separately wrapped in plastic in the refrigerator.   See recipe: Cherry Tomatoes with Broccoli Filling  
  5. Cost per serving: 63¢   The creamy goat cheese mixture is an ideal complement to the sweet dates.   See recipe: Goat Cheese-Stuffed Dates
  6. Cost per serving: 60¢   A twist on cheese and crackers, these savory puffs can also be served along side your meal.   See recipe: Blue-Cheese Puffs
  7. Cost per serving: 67¢   Serve a lighter alternative to fried chips with these pretty cucumber "cups." You can prepare the hummus up to two days in advance.   See recipe: Red Pepper Hummus in Cucumber Cups
  8. Cost per serving: 92¢   A simple box of cereal gets a grown-up makeover when mixed with savory seasoning, spices and nuts.   See recipe: Whole-Grain Cereal Party Mix
  9. Cost per serving: 23¢   These homemade pastry puffs are easier to make than you might think. Flavored with Gruyère cheese, the finished pastries can be filled with your favorite spread or dip, such as store-bought crab dip.   See recipe: Stuffed Cheese Puffs
  10. Cost per serving 52¢   Don't let the fancy presentation fool you, this potato and smoked salmon dish is as easy to make as it is beautiful. A great make ahead recipe, the pretty potato nests are formed with the help of a mini-muffin-tin.  
  11. Cost per serving: 68¢   Why not try a new spin to traditional deviled eggs with the addition of curry powder and topped with mango chutney.   See recipe:  Curried Deviled Eggs with Chutney  
  12. Cost per serving: 80¢   These crunchy appetizers aren’t as spicy as you might think, since you remove the jalapeño seeds. Inside, there’s a surprise filling: cheddar and cream cheese.   See recipe: Jalapeno Poppers
  13. Cost per serving: 38¢   Sweet caramelized Vidalia onions lend a deep slow-cooked flavor to these tarts, but they’re so easy to make you’ll have them on the table in under 30 minutes.   See recipe: Vidalia Onion Tarts
  14. Cost per serving: $1.62   For a stunning presentation, use a pastry bag (or a plastic zip-top bag with the corner cut off) to pipe herb-flecked cheese dip onto cut-up vegetables.     See recipe:Herbed Cheese Dip with Crudités