Guacamole is the go-to dip for game day. But don't bore your crowd with the same old guac-and-chips combo: Impress your guests with a fresh way to serve this crowd fave. Whip up your guacamole recipe, as usual. Then slice a baguette into thin pieces. Spread the bread in a single layer on a baking sheet and brush each piece with olive oil. Lightly toast the bread, then spoon guacamole onto each piece. Set out your creations on a tray along with a toppings bar that includes diced tomatoes, fresh cilantro, olives, hot peppers or other garnishes.
Serving size 10
Feed a finicky crowd with a DIY sandwich bar. Choose a variety of sandwich toppings and allow guests to serve themselves with their favorite fare. The ingredients listed don't include sizes; estimate two sandwiches per person and purchase accordingly.
Serving size 18
For a fun take on the classic seven layer dip recipe, turn the ingredients into bite-sized snackers. Make the dip recipe as usual, but skip the chips. Instead, toast miniature hamburger buns or small flour tortillas. Pile the seven layers onto the individual servings and spear with colorful toothpicks. Save time on game day by making the dip in advance. Refrigerate it overnight, then prepare the bread and add the cold dip.
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