Visit site
  • Heather McNinch Sibeon

    finger plate for finger food (anything not to put down your glass)

  • Jonas Ingvardsen

    The finger snack

  • Lexi Go

    This is taking 'finger foods' to a whole other level! I'd probably end up dumping it on the floor. ~ Ever been at a party and wondered how you’ll balance your wine glass, hors d’oeuvres and scintillating conversation all at the same time. Little Fingerfood plate slips onto you finger just like a ring.

  • Sarah McHugh

    Really should have these at every event you go to...just makes it so much easier. 28 Cool Gift Ideas for Wine Lovers | DeMilked

  • Janet Amidon

    finger food tray!

Related Pins

Never ending glass of wine! A device consists of a bulb shaped container with the glass below. When the amount in the glass decreases, a constant amount is poured from the tank into the glass.

24 Unique Gift Ideas for Wine Lovers | Bored Panda

24 Unique Gift Ideas for Wine Lovers | Bored Panda

A simple, sweet barbecue sauce will please even finicky eaters. Make a big batch of this scrumptious stir-together barbecue sauce, refrigerate up to two weeks, and have an easy chicken dinner.

20 Hilarious Pinterest Fails -- Glad to see others have trouble with the easy DIY pins...That minion cake is MY CAKE!!! WE TOTALLY MADE IT TO A PIN ON PINTEREST!!!! You have no idea how happy this made me!!!

I've made these for years so going to go ahead and put the recipe here. I use stove top stuffing and flatten mine a little to make them crispier. We've never served with dipping sauce either. Fantastic and the kids liked them when they were little. One of those, get the kids to eat veggies recipes// Spinach spinach spinach spinach!! :)

Fig, Gorgonzola and Honey Tartines: Makes 8 tartines. Ingredients: 8 slices of bread (your choice - I went for gluten free baguette) 1/2 cup (4 oz) crumbled gorgonzola 8 figs, halved 1 teaspoon fresh chopped thyme 2 1/

I'm curious how quickly you'd have to replace these things? It'd be neat if they work. Edible Bread Spoons for tapas and apps. Flatten bread, cut out using wooden spoon (or other deep spoon like chinese soup spoon) as a guide, mold into spoon, then bake at 350 until crispy. Serve with tapas/appetizer bite.