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Devon Foodie Christmas Party Food

10 Festive Party Food Ideas

Stuck for party food ideas this festive season? We’re loving these 10 quick and simple finger foods:

Devon Foodie Christmas Party Food

Garlic, Parmesan Potato Wedges: Finger food couldn’t be simpler than these easy parmesan wedges. Add a little garlic and sour cream dip and you’ve got yourself a tasty and simple treat.

Cranberry & Brie Party Wreath: Get creative and try your hand at this impressive edible wreath. You can’t beat brie and cranberry for festive flavour and when you chuck in some pistachios you know you’re onto a winner…

Devon Foodie Christmas Party Food

Taleggio Fig Bites: These pretty bite-sized treats combine three winning festive flavours: honey, figs and spiced chutney. Better still, they’re more of an assembly job than anything else, so you can put them together on the night with minimal stress.

Hoisin & Honey Glazed Chipolatas: When it comes to festive party food, you can’t go far wrong with the classic chipolata sausage. Add some hoisin sauce, honey and a sprinkle of sesame seeds and you’ve just created something magical.

Devon Foodie Christmas Party Food

Mini Lobster Rolls: These mini lobster rolls are easy to make but look very impressive indeed.

Asparagus, Crispy Prosciutto and Brie Grilled Cheese: Grilled cheese may not be the fanciest concept in the world, but these little canapés are sure to be crowdpleasers.

Devon Foodie Christmas Party Food

Feta & Watermelon Bites: For a refreshing and healthier canapé, try this super easy recipe.

Sweet and Savoury Cheesy Bacon Wrapped Puff Pastry Twist: Okay, we know this is another less-than-healthy recipe but no one is going to be complaining about these tasty bacon and cheese straws. For a veggie alternative, keep them as plain cheese straws and serve them with some homemade dip.

Devon Foodie Christmas Party Food

Red Velvet Cupcakes: The children will love making these mini cupcakes – complete with homemade cream cheese frosting. They take just 15 minutes to prepare and only 12 minutes to bake!

Vegan Candy Meringues: How cute are these little candy-striped meringues? They look like they’ve been plucked straight out of a fairytale and they taste great too.

For more ideas visit our Pinterest Page. 

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