Ever have that last minute appetizer or dish that needs to be made easily and efficiently?

Well, here's a few options for you! A few of Delilah's fans shared their dishes that are quick and easy for any occasion.

If you have people coming over and need some appetizers in a pinch, or if you were assigned the appetizer at a potluck holiday party, don’t stress any more than you already have. My brilliant fans on Facebook are here to save the day with some major people pleasers that are easy to whip together…
Bacon-wrapped lil smokies with brown sugar on top and put in a 350 degree oven for 30 minutes. Debbie
Buy a frozen bag of meatballs, 2 jars grape jelly, and 2-4 jars chili sauce. Mix jelly and chili sauce in bowl or pot, simmer on stove or in microwave to mix and melt the jelly. Add to meatballs in crock pot. Cook for 2-4 hours and enjoy. Gina
Block of cream cheese, softened. Top with jalapeño or pepper jelly. Serve with club crackers and/or tortilla chips. Kelly
1 can refried beans, 1 8 oz pkg cream cheese, 1/2 pkg taco seasoning. Mix all of it together, put in a dish, top with a bit of shredded cheese, and bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 minutes. Serve warm with corn chips. I like it on veggies too. G
A block of cream cheese, dump a can of crab meat on top and cover with cocktail sauce. You can smash the crab down with a fork if you want. Serve with crackers. Jodi
Take a round of brie, place in an oven-safe dish that is just bigger than the cheese, and attractive enough to double as the serving dish. Pour honey over brie until it pours off the sides and generously toss sliced almonds on top. Bake at 350 until almonds start to brown and honey is bubbling. Add a pinch of sea salt on top, serve with a spreader and sliced baguette. So tasty! Jennifer

Do YOU have any easy and quick recipes to make for the holidays? Comment below!

Rachel Specht contributed to this post