These quick meat-free canapés are a fab combination of lightly spiced feta and refreshing watermelon: just the ticket alongside a festive glass of bubbly.
Keep party guests going with a simple roasted garlic white bean dip. Roast a bulb of garlic until sweet and caramelised, then blitz with cannellini beans and fragrant rosemary. Make ahead of time then serve with gluten-free flatbreads, crackers or crudité.
For a quick Christmas bake, try these caramelised onion and spinach palmiers. Using a jar of rich caramelised onion chutney for a a handy shortcut, make a big batch for simple vegan canapé.
This rich vegan and gluten-free pâté derives its powerful flavour from a mix of dried porcini and fresh chestnut and wild mushrooms.
Not just for Christmas Day, try Brussels sprouts in these spicy sprout and potato cakes for a festive canapé. Mix shredded sprouts with smooth mash and flavour with garlic, chilli, ginger and spices for crispy, Indian-inspired party food.
When in season, the humble asparagus is one of our favourite vegetables. Boiled spears of the spring veg are draped in serrano ham and a generous scattering of buttery manchego cheese in this easy recipe. An excellent starter for a dinner party or family get-together.
Treat your party guests to these delicious savoury dill scones topped with a generous dollop of creamy horseradish cream and salmon flakes
These rolls are perfect to use up any leftover turkey and stuffing from the big festive meals.
Make a batch of these tasty frittata bites filled with gorgeous smoked salmon and flavoursome cherry tomatoes, served with a dollop of buttery béarnaise sauce
There chocolate honeycomb chunks are as crunchy as they are moreish. Making them is straightforward as long as you have a sugar thermometer.
Try this quick and easy canapé recipe for your Christmas or New Year's Eve party.
With rich plum jam and sesame seeds these chipolatas are gorgeously sticky and delicious. This easy Christmas party food idea gives you a canapé that's sure to keep your guests coming back for more
Jamie says: "This dish is as good as the veggies you use, so make you select lovely delicate veg and take care when prepping. Soaking veg in iced water makes them extra crunchy – perfect for dipping into a cool and creamy dip."
These clever festive canapés combine all the flavours of a cheeseboard into one bite.
If you're looking for some speedy Christmas canapés try these cheesy filo cigars.
Impress your guests with a plateful of moreish Christmas canapés.
Sweeter and more delicate than brown onions, shallots add a lovely, caramelised flavour and pair excellently with salty, creamy goat's cheese in this crostini recipe
A decadent version of the classic Christmas side, these prosciutto stuffing parcels are packed full of apple, cranberry, fresh parsley and moist sausagemeat
This is the ultimate Christmas party platter – pairing shop-bought blinis and crostini with homemade pâtés and dips is a the ideal way to make a little effort go further
Channel all of the flavours of a classic cheeseboard in with these festive Brie canapés
Turn cocktail sausages into a delightful dairy-free canapé that will keep your party guests happy
Add a tropical twist to your Christmas celebrations with these pineapple skewers
For an easy Christmas canapé that's ready in less than five minutes, check out these Brie and cranberry chicory cups
These vibrant smoked salmon canapés are so easy to make – spice salmon with wasabi and soy sauce, load onto cooling cucumber slices and top with a little zing of spring onion
Keep your party guests entertained with some satisfyingly simple canapés, like these no-cook smoked salmon and beetroot bites.
For an easy canapé recipe that's vegetarian and gluten-free, these delicious honey-drizzled dates stuffed with goat's cheese and almonds and flavoured with thyme, are a definite winner
Forget sausages on sticks, impress guests with every mouthful of these tasty bites! Smoked salmon tartare is a classic and elegant appetizer that is both quick to prepare and cook, making it the perfect party food.
Made with just five ingredients, these traditional Irish oatcakes can be ready in just 15 minutes and are sure to become a firm favourite. Top as you wish, but we'd recommend a wedge of cheese and dollop of tomato chutney
If you're planning a party, snacks are as important as ice on the priority list. These cheese straws are made with filo pastry and baked with parmesan and paprika for lightly spicy, crunchy and devlishly moreish results.
These spicy tostadas are made to be enjoyed as canapés with cocktails. Prawn, avocado, red chilli, coriander and lime combine for a Mexican flavour sensation. Be sure to leave enough time for marinating.