I Need to Bring Something to a Party...?!

Question: I Need to Bring Something to a Party!.!.!.!?
My friend is having a bunch of girls from high school over and we're going to have wine and watch movies!. I said I'd bring a snack!. Someone is already baking cookies, and someone is already making a Mexican dip!. Any ideas of what I can bring!?

I have some alleriges so nothing with:

milk (but cheese/cream cheese is OK)Www@FoodAQ@Com

Chocolate dipped strawberries

Pineapple/maraschino cherry toothpick kabobs

Cream cheese/hot pepper jelly on dark bread triangles

Orange sections and jelly glaze or dip that you can have

strawberry/cantaloupe kabobs

sugar glazed grapes

celery and carrot matchsticks

Chocolate dipped pretzels

Chicken salad wrapped in lettuce leaves

Flour tortilla rolls with cream cheese, meat;
tooth-picked & cut into rounds

Sharp cheddar cheese and grilled chicken breast bites

Chicken tender bites-great with the celery and carrots
Buy the chicken tenders and cut into pieces; toothpick
Dressing; honey mustardWww@FoodAQ@Com

These cinnamon almonds taste exactly like the delicious ones they make at malls in those little stands and would be great for a snack:


Fruit salsa with cinnamon chips is a delicious twist on salsa!. You can sub in frozen fruit since regular berries are not in season:


If you wanted something more fancy this baked brie was a big hit last time I made it!.


A surprisingly delicious, sweet and salty treat is Baked Prunes Wrapped in Bacon (if your pork allergy extends to bacon you can substitute turkey bacon or tofu bacon &c!.)!. People of all tastes rave about these! Just wrap pre-cooked bacon around the prunes (1 piece per prune), secure with a tooth pick and bake for 5-10 minutes at 350 degrees!. Serve warm!. Some people like to add blue cheese to these but I think they're better without!.

2 other alternatives are:
Stuffed Jalapeno Appetizer: http://www!.recipezaar!.com/Jalapeno-Peppe!.!.!.
Apricots with Prosciutto: http://www!.recipezaar!.com/Apricots-With-!.!.!.Www@FoodAQ@Com

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