What Type Of Finger Food Could I Serve At An Adult Party?


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Daniel Blazer Profile
Daniel Blazer answered
Finger food is a quick and easy way to feed guests at a party or drinks reception without having to prepare lavish and extravagant meals. Finger food is often associated with kids' parties, but by simply calling the food hors d’oeuvres, canapes or small appetizers you'll instantly give it a more ‘adult’ appeal.

If you are having a casual party for adults, then miniature versions of favourite foods make great snacks. Try making mini-burgers, about the size of meatballs, and serving them in a small bun with a slice of cheese and a few slices of caramelized onions.

Mini hot-dogs can also be made easily, either individually or just using sliced-up portions of larger ones. Small sandwiches, alongside nibbles on cocktail sticks, such as olives or cheese, are great finger foods.

For a more formal party, it is easy to make finger food ‘posh’ and as simple or as complex as you like. Kebabs look impressive and can actually be very simple to do.

Make a variety with different combinations of meat and vegetables for a colourful and well-presented dish. Serve them with a mix of flatbreads and pitta breads, and fill the table with crudités and dips that can all be combined together.

The confident cook can try making a more complex range of party finger food. Asparagus wrapped in ham and filo pastry, stuffed peppers, sausage rolls and sushi can all be home-made for a real party treat.

Don’t forget about dessert. An easy and fun option for an adult party is to display an array of chopped fruit, nuts and biscuits, and serve them alongside a huge chocolate fondue.

Guests can choose their own food to dip into the chocolate, and it’s a dessert that always makes a good talking point.

For more complex dishes, try making miniature versions of classics such as cheesecake, tarts, cupcakes and turnovers.
Brenda Harrell Profile
Brenda Harrell answered
Hi, I suggest you have:

  • Salsa and Chips
  • Fresh Fruit Platter
  • Spinach Dip
  • Deviled Eggs
  • Chicken Finger and Hot Wings
  • Cold Cut Meat Platter
  • Cheese Platter
  • Vegetable Platter.

You may want to add a relish platter of pickles, olives and grape tomatoes.
Gail Licordare Profile
Gail Licordare answered
Try this website it has great ideas and receipes to help get them done.

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Winter Profile
Winter answered
A tray of raw veggies(carrots, broccoli and/or celery etc) and add ranch or any veggie dip.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Check out the site I'm sure you can find something in there.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
You can serve chips and dip with vegetables, and some type of dip for that. You could also get some ch-ex mix or chocolate-covered pretzels.

I hope that helps a little!
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Serve tapas. Everybody likes that, and it is easy.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Jalapeno poppers. They're jalapenos, stuffed with cream cheese and wrapped in bacon. Everyone loves them and they're easy to make.

Also pico del gallo, tamales, chicken wings, and different platters.

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