Fruit & Cheese Hors D'oeuvres







Are you ever in need of a fresh, light appetizer that is simple and easy to make? I have the answer for you! A beautiful appetizer can be as simple as a little cheese, a little fruit, and a toothpick. These hors d'oeuvres are simple, savory, and delicious. They are the perfect finger food that add a fancy feel to the table.


This recipe was developed for a Tea Party collaboration! Early in July, I collaborate with Lyndsie, Alanna, and Natalie over at Two Sisters and a Story to create the perfect Tea Party! From fresh picked flowers, to gorgeous china dishes, delicious finger food, and wonderful company, this tea party was fit for a queen! The girls at Two Sisters and a Story are darling and I had so much fun working with them. We teamed up to bring you the perfect Tea Party and I love how it turned out! The girls decorated and set up the most beautiful table. Combining their talents of creativity, gardening, and designing, the Tea Party table set was absolutely magical. Read more about the collaboration and inspiration on their page through this link! https://twosistersandastory.com/2017/07/19/my-own-meal-plan/



I had so much fun putting together the Tea Party Menu. The theme for this Tea Party was no bake recipes and finger food. Each recipe is unique and delicious; we all loved them! To follow along and throw your own Tea Party, all of the recipes can be found right here at My Own Meal Plan! The full menu as well as each recipe can be found by following these attachments!







Fruit & Cheese Hors D'oeuvres 

6 light babybel cheeses
6 green grapes
6 cubes of watermelon
6 raspberries

Prep the babybel cheese circles by cutting the edges off, making them small cubes. Top with one green grape and secure it with a toothpick.

Slice the watermelon into bite size pieces. Top with raspberry and secure with a toothpick.

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