If you're a fan of Philly cheesesteaks and are looking for easy appetizer recipes you can whip up quickly, then you're in for a treat!
In this blog post, I’m taking the classic flavors of Philly and showing you how to turn them into bite-sized wonders that you can enjoy any time of day.
Delicious and irresistible, philly cheesesteaks are actually more enjoyable when you share them with others, as confirmed by Live Strong. So, get ready to amaze the crowd at gatherings and parties or simply indulge in them on your own.
From sliders to stuffed mushrooms, pinwheels and roll-ups, I’ve got it all covered. Now, put on your apron and take notes on how to create the following 15 cheesesteak appetizers that are filled with pure deliciousness.
Let's start things off with classic Philly Cheesesteak Flatout Sliders, carrying all the savory goodness of a traditional cheesesteak but split up into bite-sized treats for more than one to enjoy.
The flatout bread acts as the base, over which there will be a perfect blend of juicy steak, melted cheese, and caramelized onions. Are your taste buds giving in yet?
Think of fluffy biscuit bites, but if they were joined by tender strips of steak, sautéed peppers, and onions.
The best part? A gooey layer of melted cheese that ties everything together. Trust me when I say that this is the ultimate comfort food in bite-sized form!
This dip promises nothing but gooey, cheesy goodness. It is anyone’s party favorite, and features all the familiar flavors of a cheesesteak in the form of a creamy, irresistible dip.
You can pair it with your favorite chips or sliced baguette for a delicious snack that will steal the show (and encourage guests to seek out the recipe) at any gathering.
Are you a fan of explosive flavors? Maybe you’d be interested in biting into a golden, flaky pastry that carries a savory filling of steak, cheese, and sautéed veggies. Every bite boasts so much flavor which makes it the ideal appetizer for your next party or game day gathering.
Now, your taste buds will thank you for this one. These crunchy delights are filled with steak, cheese, and onions before they are deep-fried to golden perfection.
You can serve them with a side of tangy dipping sauce, and you've got a crowd-pleasing appetizer that will disappear in a matter of minutes!
Love philly cheesesteaks but love cheese even more? Well, you can satisfy all your cheesy cravings with this cheesesteak cheesy bread.
To prepare, you want to slice up your baguettes and top them with seasoned steak, sautéed onions, and a large layer of melted cheese.
Simple yet sophisticated, these bites are perfect for any occasion. From casual gatherings to upscale events, your crowd will be drooling all over them!
For an appetizer that can easily be moved around and shared, these tasty rolle-ups are the way to go. They feature thinly sliced steak, cheese, and sautéed veggies rolled up in a soft tortilla.
Don’t forget to slice them into bite-sized pieces for an easy-to-eat appetizer that's sure to please everyone!
These pinwheels are filled with the classic combination of steak, cheese, and onions, all rolled up in a flaky, buttery crescent.
Now, hear me out: They're so perfect for snacking or serving as an appetizer at your next gathering that you will want to make them again in no time.
Take your appetizer game a step further with these crispy cheesesteak cups, filled with succulent steak, sautéed veggies, and melted cheese.
They're compact, delicious, easily shareable, and will impress all of your guests!
If you’re both a cheesesteak and mushroom lover, this will be your go-to recipe. The dish consists of bringing together the earthy taste of mushrooms with the savory goodness of a Philly cheesesteak filling, creating an appetizer that is perfect for you to serve at dinner parties and gatherings.
What if you could mix various international flavors to create a custom dish that is simple yet mouth-watering? These crispy salami Philly cheesesteak wontons are filled with a filling mixture of steak and cheese, as well as the bold flavor of salami. It's a unique appetizer concept that's guaranteed to stand out when you serve it.
For those who are looking for a touch of sophistication in their appetizers, this crostini recipe is a winner. For this dish, slices of baguette are toasted to perfection and topped with a delicious mixture of steak, caramelized onions, and crumbled blue cheese. Believe me, this is a flavor combination that you don’t want to miss!
Treat yourself to these crispy tortilla chips, loaded with steak, cheese, and all the classic Philly toppings that you can imagine. It's a shareable dish that's best served during any game day or casual get-together with family or friends.
Bring your party to life with an appetizer that combines the creamy goodness of a classic cheese ball with the savory flavors of a cheesesteak.
You can roll it in your favorite toppings and serve with crackers for a crowd-pleasing snack.
Think of these little sandwiches as essentially your regular cheesesteaks, but in mini form.
They consist of all the classic flavors that you love, turned into bite-sized portions that are perfect for serving at parties or as a fun and delicious snack during the day.
15 Delicious Philly Cheesesteak Appetizer Recipes For Any Occasion
- 1 pack flatout 5 grain & flax fold its
- 10 oz sirloin strips raw
- 1 red onion
- 1 green pepper
- Dash of salt & pepper
- Pinch of garlic salt
- 2 tablespoon light ranch dressing
- 6 slices light provolone cheese 15g slices
- Cut your onion and green pepper.
- Spray a large frying pan with some non stick spray and saute your pepper and onion over medium heat for about 10 minutes.
- In a separate pan cook your steak strips over medium heat, drain and add to your veggies.
- Add in your salt, pepper and garlic.
- Preheat oven to 350F, cut your fold it's in half and lay out on a large baking sheet.
- Divide your steak/veggie mix over your 12 fold it pieces, I placed about 4 steak strips and pepper/onion strips in each.
- Place your ranch dressing in a small zip lock bag, cut of a tiny hole and drizzle on top of steak mix. Cut your cheese slices in half and top each one with a slice, my cheese pieces weighed an avg of 7g per slider.
- Fold over and close using a toothpick.
- Bake in oven for approx 10 minutes, serve warm
- Makes 12 sliders at 3 smart points each or 3 points plus.
- Nutritional info per slider (not incl veggies) Calories 128...Fat 6g..Sat fat 2.2g...Carbs 8.1g...Fiber 3.5g...Sugar 0.2g...Protein 12g