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Prosciutto Wrapped Avocado Bites are the perfect party appetizer. They’re an easy to make, no-bake finger food and come together in under 10 minutes with delicious Prosciutto di Parma.
You know, those appetizer recipes that once you have them in your arsenal, you feel like you can take on any party or potluck?
This is that appetizer.
These Prosciutto Wrapped Avocado Bites make the perfect party appetizer. Why?
They take all of ten minutes to make.
You only need three ingredients.
There’s no need for serving utensils or toothpicks. Just wrap them up and serve.
In reality, you don’t need a recipe for these Prosciutto Wrapped Avocado Bites – But I gave you one anyway! Just grab a couple avocados, some sliced prosciutto, and some balsamic glaze.
I always seek out Prosciutto di Parma when I’m buying prosciutto. If you’re buying pre-sliced you’ll notice the gold crown on the label which ensures that it’s from North-Central Italy. Otherwise, you can also find it at the deli counter in many grocery stores. Prosciutto di Parma producers take their time to craft the best prosciutto. It’s buttery and salty yet surprisingly delicate. Prosciutto di Parma helps you add a slice of life to everyday occasions. It’s perfect for making an appetizer feel extra special, but it’s also perfect for everyday snacking… I tend to have a couple packages in my fridge at all times.
How to Make Prosciutto Wrapped Avocado
To make these prosciutto wrapped avocado bites, I cut each avocado in half, remove the pit, and then cut each half into 4-wedges. Then, I cut each slice of prosciutto in half lengthwise and wrap then around the avocados. To finish, I drizzled on a balsamic glaze.
To make things extra easy, I purchased the balsamic glaze premade in the grocery store. However, you can also make your own if you’d like, using this recipe. Or, you can make things extra simple by leaving the glaze off entirely and just sprinkling each avocado bite with some coarse salt.
How Do You Make Balsamic Glaze?
To make the balsamic reduction, bring 1 cup brown sugar and 3/4 cup balsamic vinegar to a boil and then let it reduce until it becomes thick and syrupy. This will take about 20 minutes.
Do you have a go-to appetizer that you serve at parties? A dish that you’re always requested to make at potlucks? I’d love to hear your favorites in the comments below!
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Click HERE for the balsamic glaze recipe.
- 2 avocados cut half, each half cut into 4-slices
- 8 slices Prosciutto di Parma halved lengthwise
- Balsamic glaze for drizzling (Click the link above for the recipe)
- Wrap each avocado slice with half a slice of prosciutto. Drizzle with balsamic glaze. Serve.