The Big Christmas Recipe Link-Up


best christmas party recipes

Today we are sharing some of our favourite blogger’s Christmas party recipes – and we’d love for you to join in. 

Do you have an amazing Christmas party recipe? 

Whether it’s a sophisticated canapé, or a crowd-pleasing platter, add your posts to the Linky at the bottom of this post. We’ll be sharing all your recipes on our social media channels over the coming weeks, 

To kick things off, we’re sharing five of our favourite party recipes from Foodies100 bloggers shared over the past year. Need more inspo? Here are 20 recipes for the holiday season from Foodies100 blogs. 

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Christmas Fruit & Veg Skewers 

We’re kicking off our Christmas party round-up with these healthy, family-friendly skewers from Grace at Eats Amazing. Packed with goodness, they’re the perfect party food for little hands to help making. 

Vegetarian Vietnamese Rolls 

Over at The Veg Space, Kate has pulled together 45 meat-free canapés for Christmas parties. We love the look of these Vietnamese rolls, which are packed with flavour, and very simple to make. 

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Cranberry Brie Bites 

These little morsels are packed with festive flavour, and make an ideal party snack or simple appetizer. They take just 20 minutes to make, with only five ingredients. See Kitchen Sanctuary for the full recipe. 

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Cheese and Celery Pinwheel Bites 

There are some glorious canapé options over at Lavender and Lovage, but these celery pinwheels with cheese are thrifty, simple to make, and look delicious. Check out the full recipe here

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Stuffing Balls and Cranberry Dip 

What says Christmas more than stuffing and cranberry? This delicious little bites from the Try This Recipe are packed with festive ingredients and make a perfect addition to a Christmas party table. Get the full recipe here


Sally is the publisher of Foodies100, the UK's largest directory of brilliant UK food and drink blogs and bloggers. Every day of the week, we promote the UK's best and most exciting blogs about food and drink.

Discussion7 Comments

  1. I am totally going to try the cranberry bites! 🙂 Thanks so much for featuring my stuffing ball recipe with cranberry sauce. I use the sauce recipe all the time still.

    (Just a quick one – my blog is called Try This Recipe, rather than Try This Blog – thanks!)

  2. There’s so much inspiration here – I’m pinning this post and some of the recipes! I’ve just added my Chocolate and Cranberry Quick Bread with Cinnamon Glaze. It has a healthy ‘secret’ ingredient that makes it extra moist and delicious. Thank you for the linky!

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