Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Stackable Appetizer Maker from Architec Housewares a great addition to any party #Giveaway


  Will you be entertaining a lot these upcoming holidays? Well I know I will be having a lot of family and friend get togethers. We will lots of fun and some great food. But with all of these great events, I sometimes just do not know what to make? This is especially true when it comes with making appetizers for my guests. That was until I came across the Architec Five Minute Stackable

Appetizer Maker. If you love to entertain, you are going to love the Architec Five Minute Stackable Appetizer Maker.


Stackable Appetizer Maker/ Architec Housewares/ $19.99 

  • The Stackable Appetizer Maker™ is the one-of-a-kind solution to make exquisite, gourmet, multi-layered, perfectly proportioned bite-size morsels for easy holiday entertaining!
  • Featuring ingenious design and easy-to-follow instructions to give even the most novice entertainer the tools for success.
  • The Stackable Appetizer Maker comes with the main body, “Cut and Carry Base,” a tamper to press dry layers, spreader/serrated knife and a cookbook with 40+ recipe suggestions for use along with the appetizer maker.
Tis the season to host parties and what better way to show off your mad culinary skills then with a Architec Five Minute Stackable Appetizer Maker. This little gem turns average into awesome! One of the staples of any party is the finger sandwich, and they're great, but just rather boring. What the Appetizer Maker does is turn a simple sandwich into a culinary masterpiece. Instead of having a basic single layer sandwich you now have a complex (not so much) looking finger food that people will think you spent hours making.

This Appetizer Maker has helped my daughter turn the corner on peanut butter, she's (gasp!) not that into peanut butter and constantly complains about my lunches I pack for her. Well I've used the Appetizer Maker to my advantage in that I've made layered PB&J sandwiches for her and she actually likes them! It's all about how cool something looks and when you stack a sandwich and make it look like a mini Dagwood (very old Blondie reference) kids and grownups are more apt to at least want to try it.

Using the Appetizer Maker couldn't be any simpler, just layer your bread then ingredients and more bread and ingredients and use the tamper to push it down and cut. Now I'd suggest trying to have not too many wet layers, that way the sandwich stays in better shape, too many wet layers in a row just make for a mess that now requires a fork to eat. Sweet or savory the choices are endless and with a 40 recipe book you'll have a great time trying them all out. I've been using mine more than I thought I would now that my lunch making skills have greatly appreciated in my daughter's eyes!

 One of Susan’s Disney Family readers will win a Architec Five Minute Stackable Appetizer Maker! Would you like to win? Please let me know what you would make with this appetizer maker if you won? There are also other ways to enter, please enter below.

Buy it:
You can purchase the Architec Five Minute Stackable Appetizer Maker online at Amazon


Win it:
One winner will win an Architec Five Minute Stackable Appetizer Maker, a $20.00 value

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Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . I received an appetizer maker to review. No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising .


21 comments:

Rebecca Parsons said...

I would make a meat and cheese stacker for on crackers.

clc408 said...

I would like to make a goat cheese and fig stacker

Lindsey said...

It looks like it would be a really easy way to make cheese-based appetizers that are cut evenly!

Matt Orley said...

It's time to use sour dough, bacon, and ranch dressing- and a big thick knife!!

Carla Shiver said...

I would like to make a cold cut sandwich,fruit stacks,or layered cheesecake bars.

Renee Walters said...

I would make a cheese and salami stacker. Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
Reneewalters3 at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

I would layer it with a variety of meats, cheese and some veggies.

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Becca said...

I would love to use this to make bite-size turkey sandwiches for parties!

Kristina Valcarce said...

I would make something with whole grain bread, berries, and reduced fat cream cheese.

Anonymous said...

I'd make a cheese and pickle stacker!

Anonymous said...

I'd love to make strawberry shortcake.

Aowyn07 said...

I love the cheesecake bite idea! Or I might make some kind of non-dessert appetizer.

Jonathan Barton said...

Cheesy potato cakes... my specialty.

Sky Sparkle said...

I'd want to make cheese and meat.

smilekisses said...

I would make a Rueben appetizer.

Gianna said...

I would make pound cake with chocolate whipped cream and mini chocolate chips.

barbara stenby said...

I would make a cream cheese & salami appetizer, Also chocolate mousse & marble cake

Sherry Conrad said...

I'd make fruit and cheese stacks.

Kathleen M Smith said...

I think rye, turkey and low fat cheese or the lowfat, no sugar cheesecake bites would be yummy

Candie L said...

I love the idea of crackers, turkey, and cheese. Thank you

candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

Buddy Garrett said...

I would love to make a variety of finger sandwiches.

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