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Wow guests with this easy 15-minute Thanksgiving appetizer. Sauté grapes with 1⁄4 cup of water and 2 tablespoons sugar on med-high heat for 15 minutes until they’re soft and begin to burst. On toasted bread, spread 2 tablespoons Boursin Garlic & Herb. Then, top with caramelized grapes, chopped mint and sea salt. It’ll only look like you spent hours making it.

Wow guests with this easy 15-minute Thanksgiving appetizer. Sauté grapes with 1⁄4 cup of water and 2 tablespoons sugar on med-high heat for 15 minutes until they’re soft and begin to burst. On toasted bread, spread 2 tablespoons Boursin Garlic & Herb. Then, top with caramelized grapes, chopped mint and sea salt. It’ll only look like you spent hours making it.

Love blueberries? Love grilled cheese? This strangewich is for you. Quick, easy, just 5 ingredients and 5 mins to cook. Then you’re ready for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Click through for full recipe.

This strangewich is for you. Quick, easy, just 5 ingredients and 5 mins to cook. Then you’re ready for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Click through for full recipe.

How to Make the Ultimate Cheese Board and which wines to pair it with! This appetizer recipe is easy to make and definitely a show stopper! | #ad #UndeniablyDairy

How to Make the Ultimate Cheese Board and which wines to pair it with! This appetizer recipe is easy to make and definitely a show stopper!

There’s more than one way to enjoy Boursin cheese. Simply fill a piping bag with the Boursin cheese of your choice and squeeze it onto a freshly baked tart. Garnish with peppers, dill, and other red and green toppings to give your guests the gift of good taste.

There’s more than one way to enjoy Boursin cheese. Simply fill a piping bag with the Boursin cheese of your choice and squeeze it onto a freshly baked tart. Garnish with peppers, dill, and other red and green toppings to give your guests the gift of good taste.

There’s more than one way to enjoy Boursin cheese. Simply fill a piping bag with the Boursin cheese of your choice and squeeze it onto a freshly baked tart. Garnish with peppers, dill, and other red and green toppings to give your guests the gift of good taste.

There’s more than one way to enjoy Boursin cheese. Simply fill a piping bag with the Boursin cheese of your choice and squeeze it onto a freshly baked tart. Garnish with peppers, dill, and other red and green toppings to give your guests the gift of good taste.