Are you throwing a Christmas party this year? Have you been invited to a Christmas party this year? We’ve compiled a list of some easy but fancy Christmas party food ideas that will impress your friends and family and the next holiday gathering.
1. Christmas Chex Mix
To make the popular snack mix a little more festive, try out this Christmas Chex Mix recipe from Princess Pinky Girl. This recipe includes white candy melts, Christmas sprinkles and Starlight Peppermints. Fun!
2. Christmas Tree Pull-Apart
This Christmas party food recipe from Eclectic Recipes features pizza dough cut into squares and stuffed with cream cheese. Sounds delicious, right? This dish is great for the cheese lovers in your life. It goes great with pizza sauce on the side.
3. Brownie Christmas Trees
Christmas cookies are all the rage every holiday season, but what about Christmas brownies? These Christmas tree shaped brownies are super cute and would work great as a Christmas party food to bring to any holiday gathering. You can find the recipe on OneLittleProject.com.
4. Grinch Fruit Kabobs
Momables.com has a recipe for some Grinch fruit kabobs that are designed to look like the Grinch! Super cute, right? These would especially go over well with kids, so if you’re attending a party with little ones, this would be a great Christmas party food to bring.
5. Chocolate-Dipped Pretzel Wreath
Taste of Home has a Christmas party food recipe that is great for people who are fans of chocolate, pretzels or both. It’s a fun and festive treat that is great for parties. The best part about this recipe is that there’s only three ingredients. Super simple, right?
6.Glazed Kielbasa Pineapple Bites
Want something sweet and savory to satisfy guests at a Christmas party? Try these glazed kielbasa pineapple bites from JamHands.net. They are super tasty and are really easy to make!
7. Holiday Bourbon Whiskey Meatballs
Tasty Kitchen has a recipe for those who are of age to purchase alcohol. These meatballs will be a favorite Christmas party food this winter if you choose to make them. Everyone will be asking you for the recipe by the end of the night.
8. Apple Pie Bites
These apple pie bites from The Blond Cook are surprisingly easy and super delicious! They are an easy finger food to eat at a Christmas party and will be a hit with party guests.
9. Christmas Rice Krispie Treat Bites
Two Sisters Crafting has a Christmas party food recipe that will be a hit with people of all ages. Both kids and adults will love these Christmas colored rice krispie treat bites. They are bite sized, crispy, chewy and delectable!
10. Cranberry Brie Bites
One relatively easy and definitely fancy Christmas party food recipe are these super yummy cranberry brie bites from Kitchen Sanctuary. They only include five ingredients and will be sure to impress at the next holiday party.
11. Boozy Christmas Cherry Bombs
Once again for those of you old enough to purchase alcohol, this recipe from Tablespoon.com is for anyone over the age of 21. This recipe calls for maraschino cherries, candy coating, crystallized sugar and vanilla flavored vodka.
12. Southwestern Pinwheels
By using green tortillas for this recipe, you can stack these pinwheels to look like a Christmas tree. Perfect as a Christmas party food, yeah? TiramiSusie’s has a recipe for southerwestern pinwheels that will satisfy the savory craving at any Christmas party.
13.Gingerbread Cheesecake Dip
Cheesecake lovers, rejoice! This gingerbread cheesecake dip from foodfolksandfun.net is creamy and delicious and will have party guests begging you for the recipe. It will for sure be a huge hit at any Christmas party.
14. Snowman Cheeseball
The Whoot.com has a Christmas party food recipe for anyone who loves a good cheeseball. This one is designed to look like a snowman, so not only will it serve as a delicious treat to snack on during a Christmas party,
15. Cherry Cheesecake Dip
This recipe definitely comes off as fancy and it’s super easy to make. You can find the Christmas party food recipe at IHeartEating.com. This dip is super hearty and delicious and pairs well with vanilla wafers and graham crackers.