Whether you’re entertaining a large crowd, lounging by the pool or hosting a low-key dinner and game night, we’ve got your seafood noshes and nibbles covered while summer winds down.
Not only are these recipes a cinch to assemble and easy on the wallet, they’re fun to enjoy at any type of get-together and are mouthwatering good.
Another check in the seafood ‘win’ box? Eating it two to three times a week can boost heart and brain health and may even help you live longer. Plus, seafood is a great source of protein and omega-3s like DHA and EPA. These essential fatty acids found in the salmon, crab, lobster, clam, mussel and tuna recipes highlighted below are crucial for baby brain development, heart and eye health as we age, and may help reduce risk of depression.
From clam pizza and crab crescents to lobster guacamole and salmon sliders, these snacks and appetizers are all sorts of tasty – and will leave you craving them all year long.
You can never go wrong with bite-sized sweet roll sandwiches, especially when they’re filled with perfectly seasoned dill salmon, red peppers and onions.
Crab Crescent Triangles
These warm bundles of creamy, cheesy crab will leave your guests begging for more.
Sriracha and Honey-Tossed Calamari
Air over oil lets partygoers enjoy these tender rings of crispy calamari coated with spicy honey without any guilt.
Mexican-Style Baked Mussels
Delicioso mollusks! Simple to make and small in size, but mighty in savory flavors and nutrients.
Guests can take their guac to a new mouthwatering level by piling it high with delicate lobster.
Avocado Cucumber Shrimp
Cajun-spiced plump shrimp + creamy avocado + crunchy cucumber = A yummy party in your mouth.
Salmon Fish Cakes
A fail-safe recipe that’s super healthy and quick to throw together, but doesn’t skimp on the flavor.
Tuna Salad Collard Wrap
Refreshingly light tuna salad embraced with colorful greens is a perfect way to wrap up summer.
Here’s a white pie that’ll please both seafood and pizza lovers: salty, chewy clams blanketed with garlic, herbs and warm cheese.