This easy appetizer can be ready in just minutes which is a why it should go to the top of your go-to list for appetizers.
This post for Roast Beef Stackers is sponsored by Triscuit, all opinions are my own.
Roast Beef, creamy horseradish sauce and a pickle…
oh just wait until you bit into one of these…..
It’s sure to feel like LOVE.
My whole family loves roast beef,
and when it comes to snacking….the heartier the better around here.
When I think of roast beef one story comes to mind, years ago I was at a buffet and could not stop getting up to get the roast beef and creamy horseradish sauce…
I had more than five helping.
Someone at the table commented that I must have a wooden leg and was hiding it all in there. I just laughed and got up and got another serving 🙂
Now fitting the creamy horseradish into that wooden leg sounds kind of messy to me,
Now onto the topper, let’s talk pickles…
I just love them, tangy and crunchy and so very perfect with roast beef.
These are no fussy flimsy appetizers here, these are appetizers made to be piled high and pile them high I did.
I piled everything high on Triscuit Crackers. They are the perfect cracker for such a mouth full, and they hold their crunch, which is SO important to me.
Triscuit Crackers are delicious on their own but are made for more, the more I piled on the better it seemed! It’s go big or go home with roast beef for me.
Get Creative the next time you break out a box of Triscuit Crackers and along with this idea, you may come up with another creative idea you love too.
- 2 Triscuit Crackers
- 2 oz. roast beef
- 1-2 tablespoons creamy horseradish sauce
- 2 pickles
- Pile each Triscuit Crackers with one oz of roast beef, add up to a tablespoon of horseradish sauce and top it with a pickle. To hold it all together, use sandwich picks.
- Can be made ahead of time and placed in the refrigerator until serving.
Triscuit believes in simple things coming together to create something more. Whether it’s just three ingredients on a Triscuit or about life, we believe that you (and Triscuit) are “Made for More”.
Triscuit sponsored this blog post. The opinions and text are all mine.