We all love party snacks and canapes. Whether it’s a potluck, a picnic or a casual brunch, here’s our collection of some delicious party snacks. These recipes are vegetarian, healthy and made with wholesome ingredients. You can make these recipes quickly with kitchen staples.
Drizzle some olive oil on crusty baguette slices and grill for 2 minutes. Chop some cherry tomatoes and thinly slice some basil leaves. Arrange the tomatoes, bocconcini, and basil on top of the crostini. Finish with a drizzle of balsamic vinegar.
Start with chopping thick slices of capsicum, onion, cottage cheese, tomato, and mushroom. Stack the veggies into bamboo skewers. Brush some chili oil. Grill in a hot grill pan until cooked. Serve hot with some yogurt & mint dip.
California Veg Sushi Roll:
This makes the most delicious finger food at any luncheon. Place cooked sushi rice on a sushi mat. You can also use the best quality brown rice to make this recipe. Add diced avocado, carrot and cucumber in the middle. Roll the sushi using the mat to fold. Sprinkle some black sesame seeds on top. Serve cold with soy sauce, wasabi, and pickled ginger.
Oats & Basil Crackers with Pineapple Salsa & Guacamole:
To make the guacamole, dice some ripe avocados. Add salt, pepper, olive oil, cilantro, and lemon juice. Mix it well with a fork. For the salsa, add some chopped pineapples, red onions, red chili, cilantro and mix well with a splash of lemon juice. Serve with oats crackers on the side.
Lebanese Pita Bites:
Get some whole-wheat pita bread and layer with some lemon & garlic hummus. Top it with some pomegranate seeds and chopped mint leaves. Finish the pita bites with a sprinkling of sumac.
Cheesy Mushroom Garlic Bread:
Sauté some white onions in olive oil. Once the onions start caramelizing, add chopped cremini, porcini and button mushrooms. Sauté the mushrooms for 10 minutes with a knob of butter. Add some thyme sprigs, salt, and pepper to taste. Grill some sourdough bread slices. Top it with fresh mozzarella, mushroom mix, and thyme. Grill it for 3-4 minutes until the cheese melts. Serve hot.
Bake medium-sized broccoli florets with some olive oil. In a bowl, mix flour, garlic powder, soy milk, and pepper. In another bowl, add the breadcrumbs. Coat the baked florets in the wet coating and breadcrumbs. Bake for 20 minutes. Season with salt & pepper while its hot. Serve hot with a side of cashew bell pepper dip.
These vegan party snack recipes are super quick and a crowd pleaser. Got a party to feed? Let these recipe ideas inspire you to cook for your guests.