Why not a salty “Cupcake” for a change

Spinach-Feta Cheese Cupcakes with a Ricotta-Cream Cheese Frosting
Trust me, this doesn’t just look good…..
With this post I would like to explain the “Apéro-culture”. In my culture Apéro belongs to a dinner invitation. The guests arrive and get a drink (a cocktail, glass of white wine, orange juice etc.) and some little appetizers to start. This could be for example a little bit of Parmesan, Olives, sun dried Tomatoes and salty nuts. But sometimes the host serves many little homemade kitchen creations, mostly finger food and bite-sized pieces, also known as “hors d’oeuvre”. Creativity has no limit, as long as it is luscious. Apéro doesn’t count as a first course. It’s possible to create a whole dinner Party by “only” serving Apéro. This is called “Apéro riche”. I love to make Apéro riche parties and let my imagination run wild…This Spinach-Feta Cupcake with Ricotta Frosting is a great example for a delicious Apéro dish, a small bite and an eye catcher.
Maybe something for your next Apéro?
Find this Recipe Here or go to “Apero”

Dearest Greetings, Emily

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