Tag Archives: appetizers

A new way to store your cookies, desserts and more!

Sweet Stackers are the solution to layering pastries, cookies, bakery or even finger foods in one storage container without disturbing their appearance or plainly having them stick together.  Sweet Stackers are perfect for those who transport treats or appetizers to a party.  Why fumble around trying to carry 2 or 3 containers when you can safely transport them in one container?  They are also perfect when hosting a party, because honestly where do you store all of these containers of prepared food, especially when your refrigerator is full.  Sweet Stackers also work great for freezing food that you don’t want to stick or freeze together.

Transport Mini Desserts to Thanksgiving

Sweet Stackers are available in four different size trays and are made to fit major brand containers (Rubbermaid, Tupperware, etc.).  The trays come with two different sized “stackers” to fit 2 or 3 layers of cookies or dessert in one typical 3″ deep container.  The stackers are repositionable and can be placed in between the food items.  All pieces are made from corrugated plastic and can be easily wiped down for reuse.

Sweet Stackers tray set in 8 inch Cookie Tin

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Deviled Egg Container Alternative  Sweet Stackers transport appetizers

For more than just baking!  Transport your appetizers neatly to the next holiday or game day party.

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SweetStackers – Stackable Food Storage System

Did you ever make dessert bars, cookies or an appetizer that you couldn’t easily store without disturbing their appearance or having them stick together? Well, I have designed an affordable way to layer your food items in a food storage container that you probably already own!

Sweet Stackers™ – Stackable Food Storage System are trays that “stack” in two or three tiers which fit in a typical 3″ plastic food storage container. This is a great alternative to over-sized expensive cookie containers or dessert caddies.  The trays currently come in four different sizes and fit containers made by major brands like Rubbermaid, Sterilite and Tupperware.

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Why fumble around carrying multiple containers to a party when you only need one container? The Stackable Food Storage System is also perfect when you are entertaining because you can save space when storing your prepared food in a pantry or refrigerator. They can even be used for everyday use…did you ever store left-over pizza in the fridge to find out that it stuck together?

Cucumber Appetizer

Please check out my website www.sweetstackers.com for more information about my product, there is a cross-reference table of containers and stackable trays…plus a Gallery of Ideas how this product can be used.

I would love to hear your thoughts, so please comment below!

Vienna Mushroom Swiss Cheese Bread

This is one of my “go to” recipes when I need to bring an appetizer to a party, especially in the winter.  I have been making this for a Superbowl party for the past few years and everyone seems to get pretty excited about it.  This bread is seriously gone in minutes….so it must be good!!

Vienna Swiss Cheese Bread

Vienna Swiss Cheese Bread

1 Loaf Vienna Bread

1 lb. brick swiss cheese – cut in 1/4″ slices

3/4 C melted butter (or use half margarine)

1 tsp. seasoning salt

1 TB minced onion

1 TB dry mustard

1 TB lemon juice

4 oz sliced canned mushrooms (I used fresh too, and I liked it better)

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

Vienna Bread - diagonal cuts

Cut bread on a diagonal, 1/2″ apart, making sure not to cut through bottom on loaf.  Cut bread the same way in the other diagonal direction.  Place bread on heavy duty foil.

Insert pieces on cheese into every little slot of the bread.  Mix melted butter and the rest of the seasonings.  Pour over the top of bread.  Sprinkle with mushrooms.  Wrap up to create a tent and bake at 350 degrees for 60 minutes.

Kitchen Tip:  Bake for 1/2 hour and transport to the party house, then bake for an extra 1/2 hour so it comes out of the oven hot.

Poll: Calling all household cooks and bakers!

Hi!  I am taking a quick poll because I am curious what household cooks and bakers prefer to store bakery/cookies/appetizers or any type of finger foods in?  Think about your favorite container that you would transport food to a party or store these foods in to keep them fresh in the fridge, freezer or pantry.  Any details or comments (size, shape, make, etc.) would be greatly appreciated, but not necessary.

Thanks for your help!!

Colleen from the PartyKitchen blog