8 great finger foods for your next party

8 great finger foods for your next party

If you like to sample different foods when your hosting or attending a party, then you should know some great finger foods for a casual get-together.

8 great finger foods for your next party
8 great finger foods for your next party

1. Apples and Prosciutto

Wrap apple slices with thinly sliced prosciutto for a quick, colourful appetizer.

2. Brie and Cranberry Puffs

  1. Spread a sheet of thawed puff pastry and cut into 7.5-centimetre squares.
  2. Arrange the squares into muffin cups and fill with a piece of brie cheese and a tablespoon of jellied cranberry sauce.
  3. Bake at 190 degrees Celsuis or until the puff pastry is nicely browned.

3. Tiny Fruit Tartlet

  1. Buy prepared tartlet shells and fill with lemon curd or prepared cheesecake filling.
  2. Add a berry on top and you have a delectable tiny treat.

4. Pancake Bites

  1. Make your favourite pancake batter and fry into tiny five-centimetre pancakes.
  2. Use a large toothpick or skewer to pierce a berry, then stack three pancakes and drizzle with a bit of syrup.

5. Shot Glass French Fries

Squirt a tablespoon of ketchup into the bottom of a shot glass and fill it with french fries, either purchased or prepared at home.

6. Shot Glass Grilled Cheese

  1. Spoon a couple tablespoons of heated tomato soup into a shot glass.
  2. Make grilled cheese sandwiches and cut each one in four triangles.
  3. Balance a triangle sandwich on the mouth of each glass and encourage your guests to dunk the grilled cheese into the soup for a taste of comfort food.

7. Milk and Cookies

  1. Bake or purchase your favourite kind of cookie.
  2. Pour cold milk into shot glasses and set one cookie on each glass for a tiny, sweet treat.

8. Grilled Tomato Bruschetta

  1. Preheat your broiler. Mix together four pounds of cherry tomatoes, which have been cut in half, and 2/3 cup olive oil. Add salt and pepper to taste.
  2. Cut two baguettes in half horizontally and toast under the broiler until nicely browned. Remove from oven and rub the warm baguettes with a peeled garlic clove to taste.
  3. Add a bit of the tomato mixture on top of the baguette, top it with thinly sliced red onion and pieces of fresh basil. Cut the baguettes into 7.5-centimetre pieces and arrange on platter.

No matter the occasion, there are great finger food ideas for your next party. Just remember to have fun, be creative and enjoy.

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