Mini Reuben Toasts for your St. Paddy's Day Party

Mini Reuben toasts will knock your St. Paddy’s day out of the park. These mega yum appetizers will kick the party off with a bang.


I have a major weakness for mini food, which actually comes in handy when trying to come up with great appetizer ideas. I love taking some of my favorite foods and just turn them into smaller versions of themselves. The miniaturizing makes them perfect for a party and a crowd. 


Do you usually have a party for St. Patrick’s Day? In all honesty, we don’t do anything big, like getting together with friends, especially when St. Patrick’s Day lands on a weeknight like this year. Between school and swim lessons, I just don’t have the energy to plan a big shindig. But, and this is a big but, I LOVE making Irish inspired food for my family on and around St. Patrick’s Day – even if it’s just the four of us. 


Some years I’ve made a big batch of Guinness Irish Beef Stew or a classic corned beef and cabbage dinner. But often, I like to mix up some classic flavors and turn our dinner into a little tasting experience. I’ll make some Irish beef and vegetable hand pies or some of these mini Reuben toasts. Some of these smaller portions paired with a salad work equally well for a main course as they do for appetizers. 


Now, Reuben sandwiches have always been a favorite of mine. I can hardly l resist one when it’s on a menu at a restaurant. I think it’s something about the fatty corned beef and cheese paired with the tangy sauerkraut. I cannot resist. 

These mini Reuben toasts are simply small open faced Reuben sandwiches and so easy to make. You can make a big batch in about 15 minutes, which in my mind is the perfect kind of party food. Pair them with a nice Irish beer (or root beer for the kiddos) and you can have a great little St. Patrick’s Day party in the comfort of your own home. 

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