20 January 2018

5 Christmas themed food ideas

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Looking for Christmas-themed food ideas for the party? There are countless holiday themed recipes available online but many of them are time consuming, difficult and expensive. That’s where we come in. We’ve scoured the web for the very best Christmas party food ideas that can be whipped up in a matter of minutes and won’t break the bank.

Wow your friends this holiday season with one of the super easy (but still delicious and unique) party food ideas below:

1. Green and red pasta salad

Pasta salad is the best idea for a potluck. Not only does everyone love it, its also incredibly easy to make and doesn’t require any effort once you get to the office. Simply put it in a large container in the fridge and pull it out when you’re ready. It’s that easy!

2. Chocolate covered pretzels

Chocolate covered pretzels will be a sure hit with your co-workers. Buy some pretzel sticks and mini pretzels at the grocery store – along with some chocolate and sprinkles and you’re good to go. Melt the chocolate in a matter of seconds, dip the pretzels in the chocolate, then the sprinkles and you have a wonderfully delicious holiday treat.

3. Green and red vegetable and cheese kabobs

This healthy and tasty appetizer requires about 5 minutes and 10 dollars. All you need is a couple of green peppers, two pints (or possibly three, depending on how many people will be attending your potluck), a brick of white cheese and some skewers. Cut up the vegetables and cheese and alternate each along the stick, as shown in the photo. A holiday-inspired appetizer that everyone will love.

4. Christmas goat cheese toast bites

These little appetizers look so fancy and delectable that everyone will think they took hours to make. Luckily, they take just minutes. All you have to do is buy a pack of melba toast crackers (garlic ones work really well), a brick of goat cheese, a pint of cherry tomatoes and a small bunch of arugula. Place the toasts on a sheet. Top with arugula, then goat cheese then a half a cherry tomato. Once all of the toasts are done, you can either serve them as-is or, if your office has a toaster oven you can throw them in for a few minutes to warm them up.

5. Mini Christmas pita pizzas

These are really easy – and equally delicious – but will probably only work if your office has some type of toaster oven (or possibly microwave if you’re really desperate). If your office has a toaster oven, these are so easy to make and your co-workers will appreciate the festive, deliciousness they bring to the party. ou can dress them up with whatever vegetables you like – red and green are obviously the best.

2016.12.29 / 21:33
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