Have a house party coming up and completely stuck for ideas on what to serve your guests? Perhaps you’re not the best in the kitchen either, and are looking for some quick, easy and fun finger food ideas that will wow your guests at the party. Don’t fret, we’ve got you covered with these 10 finger food ideas that are easy, delicious and won’t require too much work!
1. Caramelised Onion and Beef Sausage Rolls
No one can go wrong with this classic. These sausage rolls from taste are super easy to make and are sure to be a hit at the party. For an added kick, make your own tomato chutney for condiments on the side.
2. Mini Crab Cakes with Lime Chive Mayonaise
You need all the deep fried food at your party, because all your guests will be looking to fill their plates up with the best fried food they can find. And here’s the first one you can add to the board from rockrecipes! Pair with a lime chive mayonaise to compliment the seafood theme.
3. Healthy Chocolate Covered Bananas
If you’re also looking to serve some finger desserts as well as party food, then why not try out these delicious chocolate covered bananas from onelovelylife? These would be a great addition to any house party, or a great idea for a kid’s birthday party. Not only do they look beautiful on the plate, but they are also vegan and paleo-friendly! Talk about an added bonus!
4. Smoked Salmon Bites
Now here’s some delicacy to put on your erm, skewer. But in all seriousness, these tiny smoked salmon bites from recipetineats are easy to build and easy to make, making them a sure crowd favourite for any house party or cocktail party!
5. Strawberry and Fetta Bruschetta
Here’s a cute little healthy option that are sure to be a hit at a summer cocktail party. But with the colder months heading our way, these are sure to be just as popular even in the Fall. Bruschetta is always an easy option and these strawberry and fetta bruschetta are a fun twist on the classic combinations.
6. 4-Ingredient Chocolate Mousse Cups
Now we’ve got to spend some more time talking about desserts. And what’s better than having only four ingredients to make these beautiful little chocolate mousse cups from JernejKitchen? Make them even prettier with some cute little glasses, some whipped cream and chocolate dust.
7. Chicken Satay Skewers
Chicken satay is an easy crowd-pleaser and these are sure to leave your guests coming back for more. So why not try these gorgeous chicken satay skewers from wellplated? They’re sure to be a hit food for your house party. The trick here is to give them some beautiful grill marks, and a thick coating of peanut sauce.
8. Crispy Buttermilk Popcorn Chicken
If satay chicken skewers aren’t exactly your favourite chicken party food option, then why not try these easy popcorn chicken bites from kitchenathoskins? Make these popcorn chicken bites as spicy or as mild as you like, depending on what you and your guests prefer. Pair with a spicy aioli sauce and your guests won’t be able to leave the table!
9. Spinach Dip Bites
For your vegetarian friends, these spinach dip bites from lil luna are a great option to have on your spread. They include spinach, four cheeses, and are all made conveniently in a crescent dough cup. This cuts down your pastry making and cutting time easily. So be sure to try out these cute little spinach dip bites!
10. No-Bake Cheesecake Bites
Desserts are amazing, there’s no question about it. But what’s even more amazing is when they are no-bake. So why not try out these cute little no-bake cheesecake bites from fun money mom? You can garnish them with anything your heart desires, or the classic berries or strawberries to compliment them.
Will you try out any of these fun finger food recipes at your next house party? If you do, please ensure you leave a comment down below!
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