Easy As Pie

Surprise your guests with a savory appetizer that looks just like a piece of pumpkin pie. It's the perfect fall party finger food.

Pumpkin pie cheese appetizers

These easy, pumpkin pie-shaped appetizers will tease and please. Why? Because they're actually made of cheese (along with a few assorted crackers).

Pumpkin pie cheese appetizer recipe

Ingredients:

  • Cheddar cheese
  • Triscuit Thin Crisps
  • Chicken in a Biskit crackers
  • Wavy stick crackers from a bag of Chex Mix
  • Whipped cream cheese

Directions:

1

Gather ingredients and slice cheese

Assemble your ingredients.

Pumpkin pie cheese appetizers

Slice cheese into thick wedges, slightly smaller than your Triscuit Thin Crisps.

Pumpkin pie cheese appetizers

2

Pipe cream cheese

Put cream cheese in a pastry bag. Pipe tiny dollops of cream cheese on the Triscuit Thin Crisps, the Chicken in a Biskit crackers and the wavy stick Chex Mix crackers. (You will need to combine two wavy stick Chex Mix crackers to create the top "crust" on each "slice of pie.") Add a dollop of cream cheese on top of each cheese wedge for the "whipped cream."

Pumpkin pie cheese appetizers

3

Assemble and display

Assemble and accessorize cheese wedges with the crackers to create your pumpkin pie slices.

Pumpkin pie cheese appetizers

4

Surprise... they're actually cheese!

Surprise your guests with this cheesy pumpkin pie slice!

Pumpkin pie cheese appetizers

More fall food crafts

Peekaboo pumpkin pound cake
No-bake Indian corn treats
Candy corn crepes

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Comments on "Pumpkin pie cheese appetizers"

Dani November 14, 2013 | 7:35 AM

Man... if I saw mini pumpkin pies, I would assume they were mini pumpkin pies and be disappointed even if it was delicious cheese.

Lauren November 13, 2013 | 3:57 PM

Well I WAS going to bring a boring old cheese plate to my sister's house for Thanksgiving, but this will make me look much fancier and more clever. LOL.

A.J. November 10, 2013 | 12:53 PM

These are soooo kewt! I am definitely making them on Thanksgiving!! I love creative ideas!

Shobee September 19, 2013 | 4:45 AM

I was actually fooled. Thougt it was pumpkin. Nice job.

Amy Smith September 19, 2013 | 1:49 AM

This will work great for people hosting cocktail parties. These will surely be a hit with the crowd. http://cook-and-go/us

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