Easy finger foods are ideal for parties because they are easy to make, cost-effective and it allows you to offer a range of options to your guests. Just in time for summer we’re serving up easy finger foods recipes, ideas and tips for you to follow, improvise or just become inspired by.
Easy Finger Foods | Recipes and Ideas for Your Party
Allow your tastebuds to be wow-ed, ladies and gents, because we’ve got one heck-of-a finger food list that will make your eyes widen and your mouth water to the nth degree. Are you ready for this? We dare you to look!
1. Cheese Stuffed Peppers
If you love snacks with a whole lot of flavor then you will definitely love these cheese stuffed peppers. With the fresh Italian ricotta cheese at the center of the peppers, the mild flavor with the roasted pepper texture will woo your culinary desire. What a spicy and colorful finger food!
2. Crab Rangoon
Get ready for this American-Chinese finger food to make your guests go wild! These deep fried dumpling appetizers are great bite-sized treats for anyone who’s a big fan of all things crab and all things fried. Go figure, but you get the picture.
3. Prosciutto Caprese Parcels
If you’re into uncooked, dry-cured ham than this is the finger food of your dreams. What with the olives, basil, sun dried tomatoes and mozarella nothing can feel more right in the world — especially with a ten-minute prep time!
4. Deviled Eggs
And what exactly would a food finger party post be without the deviled eggs recipe? It’s an absolute classic and usually a must! Check out this delicious recipe, which includes a personal favorite combination of chives, paprika and horseradish!
5. Spinach Balls
The size and shape are ideal for party food, snacks and portion control. What more could you want? These treats are truly unique treat, when made correctly the finished product yields in a creamy texture inside and a soft crunchy texture outside. Aside from appetizers they make for great sides, and don’t forget the sour cream! If you’re into that sort of thing.
6. Peaches with Ricotta
With peach season rolling around it’s worth it to start thinking about how to include these sweet, juicy fruits in our cuisine! Luckily, here’s a great recipe for grilled peaches with ricotta cheese and cinnamon sprinkled on top, can you say divine?
7. Pan con Tomate
Pan con tomate is usually served as a breakfast dish, however if during the summer you tend to shy away from the kitchen, or opt for minimal cooking, then this then recipe will is right for you. Oh, he beauty of a breakfast / appetizer!
8. Falafel Finger Food
Make a chickpea mixture and have it be the shape you want it to be! This recipe calls for dipping sticks but don’t let that be a constraint by any means. Have this Middle Eastern treat be a hit at your next get together.
9. Spinach Potato Nest Bites
This veggie delite calls for the crispiest and and best of yukon potatoes. It’s best your eat this fresh out of the in order that the taste be as vigorous as possible. This finger food recipe will surely keep party goers coming back for more. (via Tori Avey, click here for full tutorial)
10. Stuffed Figs with Goat Cheese
Figs are basically among the best fruits, at least in my book. They’ve been around for centuries, what kind of leaves do you think Eve and Adam used to cover themselves up? Yup, those were fig leaves. So let’s pay homage to these trusty tasty treats by filling them with goat cheese! I can’t think of a better combination.
11. Smoked Salmon Cucumber Rolls
Can you say refreshing? Because that’s what these crisp smoked salmon cucumber rolls are! They prove to be a brilliant summer finger food time and time again. Not to mention, they are so nutritious! The ingredients are so clean and healthy, what’s not to love?
12. Prosciutto Wrapped Asparagus
Once again, another prociutto recipe, but this time it’s engulfing an asparagus! Am I the only one excited about this? Just stop by your local deli to get the freshest prosciutto as possible and make sure to pop these in the over shortly before your guests arrive!
13. Savory Italian Appetizer
14. Artichokes with Prosciutto, Feta and Mint
Obviously we don’t get tired of prosciutto and feta around here. But this is a different way you can prepare it!
15. Eggplant Sandwhiches
If you have gluten free friends, or are gluten free yourself, this is a cool appetizer that never fails to burst out in flavor. They’re also low in calories, which is also a plus, and call for fresh herbs. How healthily scrumptious!
16. Spinach Artichoke Dip Stuffed Mushrooms
This delicious recipe will definitely be a crowd pleaser! It could potentially be a vegan recipe, too. All you need to do is replace the mayonnaise or simply exempt it from the recipe. The tanginess of the artichoke, and the versatility of the spinach along with vegan sour cream and vegan cream cheese actually makes for a pretty nutritious appetizer.
17. Feta Salad Shooters
If you’re into layers of crunchy cucumber, creamy and tangy crumbled feta cheese, and fresh tomato tossed with a little vinaigrette and basil you absolutely must try out this artful salad! How clever is this to add this medley of ingredients all in one shooter? So amazing!
18. Roasted Tomato Stuffed Peppers
I feel like my mother would always prepare these at family gatherings as party food. These bell peppers are so simple to eat! They truly are a great finger food for any party. Filled with tomatoes, garlic and basil, there’s many textures to detect on the palete — and every flavor is so complimentary to one another, as well.
19. Arepa Chips with Chorizo and Queso Fresco
If you haven’t tried Colombian food yet, then maybe now’s the time to try. An arepa is a flatbread made of ground maize or cooked flour. Think of what a tortilla is to Mexican cuisine. So when you have the arepa as a base with 1ueso fresco and chorizo on top, you’re bound for a classic combination. The spiciness of the chorizo merges well with the creaminess of the queso fresco — how tantalizing!
20. Watermelon and Cheese Napoleon with Balsamic Glaze
There’s nothing like fresh watermelon to cool you down on a scroching hot day. Well, have you ever considered kicking the watermelon snack up a notch and adding cheese and balsamic dressing to it? It’s a great people pleaser and tastes unforgettable!
21. Spring Herb Quinoa Patties
If you are into tending an herb garden with either mint or parsely this will be a good way to put those babies to use and mix them up in these scrumptious quinoa patties. Use both herbs and green onion tossed with quinoa and shavings of flavorful cheese. They should be crispy on the outside and packed with flavor for an exquisite party food.
It’s good to change up the regular routine of party snacks and seek out different cuisines for inspiration. In this case, we’ve decided to inspire you with patacones, fried plantain slices popular in many Latin American countries. The basic topping for patacones in Colombia is hogao, a tomato creole sauce. Definitely something to try at your next party!
You’re going to love this stuffed vegetable recipe that is so common in the Middle East. Chances that you’ve tried a dolma before are pretty high, chances that you’ve that many of you have made a dolma may be a little slim. But here’s your chance to make a great finger food with dill, mint, lemon and grape!
24. Zucchini Rolls with Cream Cheese and Smoked Salmon
Chives, cheese, smoked salmon, zucchini, what more could a pallate possibly want? These are conceptually like sushi, with the exception of the sticky rice and seaweed, but they make for a cute and colorful party food!
25. Marinated Roasted Red Pepper Appetizer
Oh my, what a medley of beautiful warm colors and sweet and spicy flavors. If we’re anything alike, we try to add roasted peppers in as many meals as possible, that’s why this recipe is one of my faves! And along with the sweetness of the garlic — phew! So heavenly.
Polenta is an italian cornbread with onion and rapini. It’s a truly multifaceted dish! You can eat polents in a bowl with carmelized onions, or add tomato sauce on top to make it a lasagna. But this finger food version of polenta is sliced into square-size pieces with a slice of mozarella on tope!
27. Fried Stuffed Olives
Honestly guys, is there anything like Spanish pitted olives paired with goat cheese? This recipe calls for remoulade sauce, which calls for creole seasoning, mayo, pickle juice, horseradish, paprika, tabasco, garlic and mustard and makes me absolutely weak in the knees!
28. Purple Potatoes with Blue Cheese
Purple potatoes have been around for over 8000 years and they first flousrished in the Andean regions of Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador. They are super nutritious and have anthocyanin, an immune system booster, and they may prevent certain cancers. When this power-vegetable is combined with richness of blue cheese, there’s nothing to do but love love love and eat eat eat.
29. Avocado Bruschetta with Balsamic Reduction
Creamy, ripe avocado with tangy, juicy tomatoes, what a perfect party snack! And this balsamic reduction — so smooth and complimentary to this version of bruschetta! What a beautiful combination.
30. Sweet Heat Molasses Meatballs
This recipe was inspired by a Top Chef episode that began with a horrifying cow challenge. And we’re talking fresh meat here. So let’s just be happy that we get to see the pretty pictures that came to fruition from a wacky source of inspiration.
31. BBQ Bacon-Wrapped Brussel Sprouts
Brussel sprouts can be the most adorabe vegetables. When cooked at the right temperature they can yield in the crispiest and freshest of textures while managing to remain tender on the inside. Now picture these cuties engulfed in bacon! What decadence.
The traditional Venezuelan cachapa can make for an exceptional finger food as they are savory and mildy sweet from the corn. Though they are traditionally eaten with fried pork, or chicharrón, this recipe is totally vegetarian friendly! And the texture will just make you melt! It’s so soft and smooth, very similar to a pancake!
These Sicilian fried rice balls are sure to make you preserve any risotto left overs you’ll ever have! The fried part may not make them among the healthiest of party foods, but hey, it’s good to indulge every now and then!
34. Mini Tomato and Mozzarella Tarts
We know there’s been some mozzarella and perhaps even more tomato on this list thus far, but come on, these mini tomato and mozzarella tarts are so glorious!
35. Ricotta Crostini Party
What wonderful color and life that lies on these mini crostini bites! from cherry tomatoes to salmon, to mint and basil and more, these ricotta crostini party snacks are going to be out-of-this world at your next shin dig!
36. Buffalo Chicken Cups
Buffalo wings are excellent and present a smorgasbord of flavor to the table! Now think in terms of buffalo chicken cups — paired with chives and wonton wrappers you won’t need much else at a party, these sinful cups are sure to be mega crowd pleasers!
37. Chicken Pot Pie Bites
What’s more home-y and soothing than a lil’ chicken pot pie? Beats me! These chicken pot pie bites make for especially savory, warm and comforting finger foods at any kind of party. Pastry shells filled with savory sauce? Yes, please!
38. Vietnamese Spring Rolls
If you have picky eater kiddos going to your next party, then these vietnamese spring rolls will lure them in to eat healthy veggies and fish! This recipe in particular calls for crab sticks, mint and basil — what an assortment of freshnes!
39. Cilantro Lime Chicken Wings
The best way to keep chicken wings at their most juicy and succulent state is to keep them in tact. And that’s precisely what you should do with these babies. These cilantro lime chicken wings are to be marinated in yogurt and pickle juice! These easy finger foods will have your guest licking their fingers all night!
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