These super easy Hawaiian Burger Bites are a fun and tasty bite-sized appetizer that everyone loves!
First recipe of the New Year!!
What better way to start the year than with something outrageously delicious!?
Remember when I whipped up these BBQ Burger Bites back in the day? Well, I was having a craving for some more tasty finger food, but something with a little bit more sweet and savory to it.
Cue the delicious tangy bite of these adorable mini burgers!
The base of the burger bite is made with crescent dough. Just cut into little squares and then press in a mini-cupcake pan.
You’ll bake the crescent cups for about 6 minutes, and meanwhile you’ll whip up your sweet and savory glaze.
Add in some precooked meatballs. You can use the frozen variety or make your own.
I’m admittedly not a huge fan of cooked pineapple, but this sweet glaze that these meatballs are cooked is simply irresistible. That being said, you can also leave out the pineapple chunks if you’re just not feeling it.
Add a glazed meatball to the crescent cups and finish baking.
I recommend cooking a few extra meatballs, because you’ll want to pop a few in your mouth while the rest are baking. 😉
Once they’re done, skewer a pineapple with a toothpick and then place it right on top of the glazed meatball bites!
Seriously the easiest and tastiest little bite of food.
Just watch these disappear!