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Get the party started and see in the New Year with some of these fabulous Party Food recipes!!

A round up of the very best Party Food recipes that I’ve shared over the years that are worthy of your New Years’ Eve Party!! Or browse the full Party Foods recipe collection at your leisure!

I love this time of the year! Quality time with family and friends, and every gathering I attend inevitably involves food. A get together without food is….just a meeting, isn’t it? 😂

So I find myself regularly digging through my stash of party food recipes to find fast, easy, make ahead recipes to take to get togethers. As I browsed through my site, I was surprised by how many Party Food recipes I’ve shared over the years!

But actually, I guess it shouldn’t be that much of a surprise because I simply blog what I make on a day to day basis in my “real life”. And regular readers know that I’m a self confessed Snack Monster.

If you have the time, have a browse through the entire Party Foods recipe collection for ideas. But for now – here are my picks for the 25 BEST Party Food Recipes on RecipeTin Eats!!

Vietnamese Rice Paper Rolls – They look great, they taste amazing and they’re (pretty) healthy! The peanut dipping sauce is sensational! These are so fabulously fresh and I’ve got a few tips to make rolling these up a breeze.

Cocktail Meatballs – soft, plump, juicy meatballs smothered in a Sweet and Sour Sauce. Devoured in minutes!!! Also: Thai Meatballs, Cheeseburger Meatballs (topped with cheese and a mii pickle!)

Cheese and Garlic Crack Bread – I can’t think of a better centrepiece for a party. Your guests will swarm to wherever you put this! Great for making ahead – just prepare it ready for baking and store it in the fridge or freezer, then pop it in the oven when you’re ready to serve. Still my most requested party food – I’ve lost count how many times I’ve been asked to make this! Also try this Pizza version!

Crispy Parmesan Roasted Potatoes – These make an amazing starter with a dipping sauce!!!

Salami Cream Cheese Rolls – These are insanely addictive!! I love how it’s made too – rolling up overlapping salami slices with a layer of cream cheese!

Smoked Salmon Appetizer Bites – no fiddly assembly to make loads, make ahead, travels well and tastes so fab!

Cheese and Bacon Potato Skins – Cheese, potato, bacon. The holy trinity of food. Also try these Mini Pizza Potato Skins!

Sausage Rolls – One of the greatest Aussie party foods ever. Full stop! Vegetarian option: Spinach Ricotta Rolls.

Stay-Crispy Movie Popcorn – Recent addition to my most In-Demand recipes! I took bags and bags of this to a gathering and everyone went mad for them. Especially the kids. The best part is that the popcorn stays crispy even after dousing with butter!

Bucket of Prawns with Dipping Sauces! 5 different sauces provided. Doesn’t get more Aussie than a pile of unpeeled cooked prawns and dipping sauces! Including the RecipeTin Family Special dipping sauce. 😇 For a posh option, try these individual Prawn Cocktails.

Chargrilled Vegetable Platter – DIY your own vegetable antipasto! Perfect for making ahead, costs a fraction of store bought and tastes a million times better. Pair it with Herb Chilli Feta and Hummus and you have your own homemade antipasto spread. Preservative free!

Coconut Prawns/Shrimp with Thai Mango Dipping Sauce – Crispy Coconut coated prawns with a sweet / tangy dipping sauce that’s got your name ALL over it. Those prawns are outrageous – I swear I could devour the whole plate myself! More prawns great for nibbling: Asian Chilli Garlic Prawns, Garlic Prawns, Brown Butter Prawns.

Browse the entire Dip Collection (yes, this Snack Monster has shared so many dip recipes there’s an entire recipe collection of them!)

Queso Dip (Mexican Cheese Dip) – It stays silky smooth even when it cools!!! Which means you can take it to parties or outdoor gatherings and it’s still creamy and dip-able! Also see the Nachos Cheese Dip version.

Guacamole – No one can ever put their finger on it, but they just know this is better than the usual guacamole! I picked up a couple of little Chef tips so this really is a Guac like you get at really great Mexican restaurants. Plus, you’ll LOVE the tip to stop Guac from going brown! Variations: Avocado Hummus and Stays Green Avocado Sauce.

Hot Corn Dip – This is a dip that’s bursting with flavour from golden sautéed corn plus onion, garlic, peppers/capsicum, jalapeño and spices all mixed through a creamy cheesy dip…. It’s something a little different and it’s OUTRAGEOUS how addictive it is!

Bacon Dip – If you mix a ton of bacon into a creamy dip, only good things can happen. Bonus: Serve it in an edible bowl!

Hummus – A dip list is never complete without Hummus on the list! Variations: Try this Avocado Hummus, or add sun dried tomatoes, olives, artichokes or roasted peppers and blitz! Add a bit at a time until you achieve the flavour you want.

Pig Out Salsa (Chorizo, Corn, Bean Salsa) – I catered a surprise party for a friend early this year and amongst a whole table of appetisers, this was the first to go! Make it, and you’ll understand the name….😂

French Onion Dip – Made from scratch with caramelised onions, this is completely incomparable to store bought. But if time is of the essence (or if you’re feeling sentimental) try this retro 2 Minute French Onion Dip made with store bought soup mix!!

Festive Italian Cheese Log – I shared this as a Christmas Appetizer this year! But it’s a great one for any occasion. It’s like an antipasto platter, in cheese log form. Dive in with crackers or serve with knives for smearing if you’re civilised!

Spinach Artichoke Dip – If you have an artichoke-obsessed friend in your life like I do, then this one’s mandatory for you too…

Smoked Salmon Dip – Sounds a little posh!! Great way to make smoked salmon stretch further. 🙂 If you’ve ever tried store bought smoked salmon dip, the flavour of this will knock your sock off. I mean, it actually tastes of smoked salmon! 😂

Restaurant Style Salsa – Here’s a lighter alternative to all that creamy, cheesy goodness above!! This is a super easy, fresh and restaurant-style salsa, the perfect consistency for scooping up with corn chips. It takes minutes to whizz together (or make it in a mortar and pestle). So much cheaper, healthier and tastier than store bought!

Crudites Platter (that’s “Veggie Platter” in plain English) – crackers and chips are the obvious option for serving with dips. But for a healthier and irresistibly colourful option, what about putting together a Crudites Platter instead? Any veggies will go here as long as it can be dipped! I serve most raw but I cook things like asparagus, cauliflower and broccoli.

Pictured below with Hummus.

Festive Brie – A 2 minute appetizer that looks festive and is devoured in seconds! It’s like the best fondue you’ll ever have! Or try this Baked Brie with Maple Syrup and Thyme.

Herb Chilli Feta – An impressive, cost effective starter that takes minutes to make and looks so festive!

Cheese Truffles (Mini Cheese Balls) – Everything is better in mini form! These are made with your choice of cream cheese, feta or goats cheese and with plenty of coating options!

I love Wings so much, I made an entire e-cookbook filled with just Chicken Wing recipes!

Truly Crispy Baked BUFFALO WINGS – Knock the socks off your guests when you tell them these are actually baked, not fried….These are TRULY crispy chicken wings courtesy of American’s Test Kitchen who did the hard hards for us and found the scientific way to make EASY crispy wings in the oven. These reheat wonderfully – CRISPY!

Truly Crispy Oven Baked Chicken Wings with Honey Garlic Sauce – And here’s an alternative version with a fabulous Honey Garlic Sauce!

Sticky Chinese Chicken Wings – We had these as a starter for our Recipetin Family Christmas. It wasn’t even an Asian themed menu, but we demanded these anyway because we all love them so much! Also try these Vietnamese Chicken Wings!

If you made it through that giant list – congratulations. (I think there’s a few more than 25…. 😂)

Happy New Year to you all! Thank you for another year of making this dream job possible for me. As strange as it might sound, it’s all of you who make RecipeTin Eats what it is. Reading, commenting, sharing, cooking the recipes, making me laugh and sometimes even cry with your messages. Without you, it would be very quiet and lonely around here.

Here’s to another year of great food!!! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! 🎉🎉🎉

– Nagi & Dozer xoxo


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25 BEST Party Food Recipes!

Author: Nagi Prep: 15 mins Appetizer 5 from 3 votes Servings8 + people Tap or hover to scale My top 25 Party Food Recipes! Here’s a printable list with links to the recipes listed in this post (so you don’t have to print out this whole post with all the photos 🙂 ) Also browse the full Party Recipes collection!



  • French Onion Dip (also see Soup Mix dip version, retro classic!)
  • Crudites Platter – see Hummus recipe

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With the holiday season in full swing, there are so many opportunities to get together with friends, family, and coworkers. But what are you going to serve?

Whether you’re planning a casual cocktail soiree, a formal Christmas dinner, or a blowout New Year’s bash, our round up of recipes from some of our favorite bloggers will help you to leave your guests with a smile on their faces, asking for the recipe. If you need just one plate to bring to a potluck, or a full buffet spread for your extended relatives who are arriving this weekend (with hungry appetites in tow), this is the round up for you!

Many of our holiday tables are a mashup of childhood favorites, cultural go-tos, and on-trend experiments, and many of the recipes below cross categories as well. We’ve done our best to fit them into a set of prevailing themes, but feel free to mix and match. The more, the merrier!

Start with a Little Starch

Pastry, pretzels, breads, crackers, cookies, and potato puffs – so many of our favorite finger foods for snacking are members of the carb family of culinary delights, and this is no exception at the holidays.

Pretzel Pastry Pigs with Hard Cider Cheddar Cheese Sauce

Photo © Feast in Thyme

Kristen Roberts takes classic pigs in a blanket to the next level, wrapped in homemade pretzel dough and served with a tangy cheese and cider sauce for dipping.

Get the recipe on Feast in Thyme.

Caprese Stuffed Baked Potato Skins

Photo © Evolving Table

You’re going to love this idea: new red potatoes, scooped out and filled with all of the makings of a caprese salad, drizzled with balsamic and melted under the broiler.

You’ll find the recipe on Evolving Table.

Sweet Potato Goat Cheese Bites

Photo © Fork in the Kitchen

Homemade sweet potato chips spread with goat cheese sprinkled with rosemary and thyme, and drizzled with honey. These impressive bites take just a few minutes to make.

Learn how to make Becca’s recipe now at Fork in the Kitchen.

Garlic and Rosemary Grissini

Photo © Flour Arrangements

These crisp Italian breadsticks are flavored with garlic and herbs, and you can make them into whatever shapes you like. These are perfect on a cheese platter, or served with antipasto before an Italian meal.

Check out Suzanne’s recipe now on Flour Arrangements.

Send Out the Seafood!

As a kid, I loved shrimp in all of its many forms. Whether it was a jumbo cocktail dipped by the tail into horseradish-laden sauce or those itty-bitty guys that they put in the egg rolls at my locals Chinese restaurant, I was a fan. That is, until I found out a few years ago that I apparently have a shrimp allergy. Please don’t bring these to my party, but feel free to enjoy them at your own!

Smoked salmon, on the other hand, is one of my all-time favorites. This recipe will undoubtedly make a splash at a ball drop or New Year’s brunch near you.

Spanish Garlic Prawns with Simple Garlic Butter Sauce

Photo © Compass and Fork

Smoked paprika plus lots of garlic and butter are the flavorful secrets to success for this recipe. Plus, there’s a shrimp buying guide in the post to help you purchase the best seafood to start your recipe off right.

Mark and Elizabeth share the recipe on Compass and Fork.

Vietnamese Fresh Spring Rolls with Peanut Sauce

Photo © Evolving Table

Shrimp spring rolls made with brightly colored fresh veggies and herbs make a lovely presentation on your holiday table. Perfect for New Year’s, your guests can start the year off right with this healthy appetizer.

Get the recipe now on Evolving Table.

Breaded Prawns with Sweet Chili Dipping Sauce

Photo © Rachel Phipps

Breaded in regular breadcrumbs or matzoh meal, these deep-fried shrimp are a fun alternative to the more traditional chilled cocktail.

You’ll find Rachel Phipps’ recipe here.

DIY Gin and Dill Cured Salmon

Photo © Rachel Phipps

Ready to try salmon sliced thin and cured at home with fresh dill, dried juniper berries, and a botanical gin? This holiday treat is so worth the extra effort! Served on homemade blini and topped with a dollop of creme fraiche and a sprig of dill, your guests will be coming back for seconds and thirds of this brunch favorite.

Check out Rachel’s recipe here.

Beyond Fruitcake

Figs and other types of dried fruit are popular wintertime selections. For those who aren’t fans of fruit cake, we suggest the following small bites.

Fig and Cheddar Thumbprint Cookies

Photo © Feast in Thyme

Savory shortbread cookies filled with sweet fig jam, these bites take the messy element out of preparing a cheese platter for your guests. No cheese slicers, snack plates, or slate boards required! (OK, you can still serve them on slate if you want to…)

Get the recipe on Feast in Thyme.

Devils on Horseback

Photo © Compass and Fork

A festive retro treat, these bacon-wrapped prunes come from a recipe that dates back to Victorian times. The choice of prunes was a later addition (in place of oysters) but we think you’ll love the toothsome texture and the combination of sweet and savory flavors in this dish. Plus, with just two ingredients and a stack of toothpicks, you’re ready to party!

Find the recipe on Compass and Fork.

Blue Cheese Stuffed Medjool Dates Wrapped in Prosciutto

Photo © Feast in Thyme

Another satisfying combo of sweet and savory, these are easy to make, with no cooking required. Just stuff, wrap, and go!

Kristen shares the recipe on Feast in Thyme.

Fig Compote, Bacon, and Goat Cheese Crostini

Photo © Fork in the Kitchen

Fig compote made with dried fruit, red wine, thyme, and cinnamon is slathered on toasted baguette slices with crispy bacon and goat cheese. It’s easy to make a vegetarian version sans bacon for the non-meateaters, but we’re betting the full version will be gobbled up in a flash.

Becca will teach you how to make these on Fork in the Kitchen.

Bacon-Wrapped Water Chestnuts and Dates

Photo © Real Balanced

Bacon lovers will flock to this snack, the perfect combination of salty, crunchy, and sweet.

Sara at Real Balanced shares the recipe.

Sausage Bites with Fig and Pomegranate Mustard

Photo © Spoonabilities

Mini sausages on edible pretzel sticks, dipped in a fruity mustard. This one’s fun to eat, and you won’t find skewers and toothpicks stuck inconspicuously all around the house when the party’s over.

Find the recipe now on Spoonabilities.

Fresh and Fruity

No, we’re not talking about a special at your favorite diner. Fresh fruit makes a delightful appetizer, and there are so many different forms that are ideal for presentation at a holiday gathering.

Tangy Fruit Salsa with Baked Cinnamon Chips

Photo © Recipes Worth Repeating

A sweet fruit salsa is a nice surprise in a sea of savory options. Skip the fruit salad and serve this dippable blend of raspberry, blackberry, lime, kiwi, and peach instead, with home-baked cinnamon sugar tortilla chips.

Get the details from Amanda Mason on Recipes Worth Repeating.

Basil Strawberry and Cream Cheese Appetizer

Photo © Recipes Worth Repeating

Strawberries and basil are a winning combo with a touch of balsamic vinegar, and using frozen fruit sweetens the deal since it’s easily available year-round, and requires hardly any prep at all.

Learn how to make it on Recipes Worth Repeating.

South of the Border

Tex-Mex delights aren’t just for game day! Get the fiesta going with these cheesy, spicy bites.

Tamale Bites

Photo © A Spicy Perspective

Tasty finger food with simplified prep, these bites can be filled with your favorite shredded protein, whether it be chicken, beef, or pork.

Sommer shares the recipe on A Spicy Perspective.

6-Layer Mexican Pinwheels

Photo © Minimalist Baker

Filled with a homemade vegan Mexican cheese spread, refried beans, salsa, and fresh vegetables, a few of these are sure to tide your guests over until dinner is served.

Get the recipe now on Minimalist Baker.

Cheesy Bacon Jalapeño Corn Dip

Photo © Blooming Bites

Pure deliciousness in a bowl, you will be dipping your chips into this dip again and again. Cream cheese and mozzarella serve as the base for crispy bacon, corn and jalapeño, basil, parmesan, and cayenne, all baked to perfection in a cast iron skillet.

Tessa and Sammy share the recipe on Blooming Bites.

Taco Potato Skins

Photo © Eat Something Delicious

Want to save yourself some effort? Skip dinner and serve these instead! They’re everything you want in a cheesy beef taco, stuffed into a potato – dinner party success, with time leftover to bake a few batches of cookies.

Check it out on Eat Something Delicious.

Veggie Forward

A little crudité never hurt anyone. In fact, veggies are one of my favorite appetizers since they can be so hard to come by at otherwise decadent and comfort food-filled meals, with dessert to follow. Alongside the carrot sticks and bell pepper strips, try these roasted, raw, baked, blended, and fried options.

Baba Ghanoush Hummus

Photo © Felicia Lim

Two Mediterranean favorites in one, this tasty dip combines roasted eggplant with traditional hummus ingredients. Serve it with sliced veggies for dipping, or if you have time, triangles of homemade sour barley pita.

Get the recipe now on Foodal.

Vegetarian Wonton Bites

Photo © The Domestic Dietitian

Back in the day, when I helped to manage a catering business and cafe in Philadelphia, wonton cups were one of our favorite party tricks. They’re simple to make, with pre-made wonton wrappers in a mini muffin tin, and can be filled with just about anything. This version is stuffed with hummus and veggies, and topped with spicy sriracha.

You’ll find Brynn McDowell’s recipe at The Domestic Dietitian.

Gut-Friendly Artichoke Dip

Photos © Erika’s Gluten-free Kitchen

This gut-friendly dip is lactose-free and low FODMAP, so many diners will be able to indulge without rumbling tummies (in a bad way) as a result. Artichoke hearts are blended with dairy-free cheeses and sour cream, and the results are delightful.

Find the recipe now on Erika’s Gluten-free Kitchen.

Herbed Goat Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms

Photo © The Fitchen

There’s no reason to overcomplicate things when it comes to stuffed mushrooms, and we love this version from Jordan and Clark Cord. Baby bella mushrooms play nicely with goat cheese that’s flavored simply with garlic, thyme, and a little salt and pepper.

Learn how to make these at The Fitchen.

Tahini-Free Roasted Red Pepper Hummus

Photo © Real Balanced

This tahini-free hummus made with home-roasted peppers, cumin, turmeric, and cayenne is a flavorful and colorful alternative to the typical chickpea-based spread.

Sara shares the recipe at Real Balanced.

Veggie Tower with Creamy Cilantro Dip

Photo © Flour Arrangements

Like party games? Depending on the rowdiness of your guests, this one might end up on the floor. But before it’s reduced to a pile of veggie rubble (plus cheese and salami, if you like), they’ll marvel at the spectacle of this architectural presentation.

Suzanne will teach you how to build your own tower at Flour Arrangements.

Simple Thai Springrolls

Photo © Compass and Fork

Filled with ground pork, glass noodles, cabbage and other healthy veggies and pan-fried until golden, these spring rolls make a delectable finger food, served with plum or hoisin sauce for dipping. And the visual tutorial makes rolling these babies a piece of cake.

Get the recipe at Compass and Fork.

Start with Something Sweet (Chocolate Edition)

Some guests have more of a sweet tooth than others, and though my preferences tend towards the savory (or those delightful combos of savory and sweet) for noshing before a meal, people like what they like – and to each his own!

But I never say no to chocolate, and I know I am not alone. Don’t leave those chocoholic guests hanging. Select a few of the following appetizers that are on the sweeter side.

Brownie Roll-Out Cookies

Photo © Nikki Cervone

Get out the cookie cutters and roll out a batch of these delicious chocolate brownie cookies, then decorate them for a lovely presentation. If you’re not already a decorating pro, our guide to mastering royal icing can help!

Find the recipe now on Foodal.

Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Dip

Photo © Eat Something Delicious

Cheesecake is a decadent favorite, and serving it in dip form is fun for guests. Well, at least for those guests who can still eat lactose-laden treats as adults, and who aren’t stressed about their holiday waistlines…

Surprise! This recipe is dairy free, gluten free, and paleo. Served with crisp plantain chips, this will be the best guilt-free chocolate chip cheesecake you’ve ever had.

Learn more from Meagan at Eat Something Delicious.

Fudge Fat Bombs

Photo © Real Balanced

Fat bombs are beloved by adherents to the ketogenic diet, and coconut oil is a key ingredient. This fudge version will keep appetites at bay until dinnertime, made with healthy almond butter, coconut oil and flour, and a touch of Himalayan pink salt.

Sara at Real Balanced shares the recipe.

Sea Turtles

Photo © Eat Something Delicious

What makes these chocolate, pecan, and date clusters sea turtles, rather than some other variety? The sprinkling of sea salt on top, of course! A fun project to make with the kids, these candies are also dairy free.

You’ll find the recipe on Eat Something Delicious.

Dark Chocolate Peppermint Patty Fat Bombs

Photo © Real Balanced

Minty and sweet, these chocolatey treats are stuffed with creamy shredded coconut.

Check out the recipe on Real Balanced.

Go Nuts!

Nothing says “holiday time is here” like a bowlful of nuts in their shells, with a nutcracker alongside it. But this serving method can be messy, and is often eschewed in favor of more flavorful snacks. Dress up those nuts with these sweet suggestions.

Healthy Homemade Snickers Protein Bars

Photo © One Clever Chef

This copycat recipe is even better than the real thing, made with a homemade nougat base, layer of caramel, and a peanut topping, all coated in dark chocolate. Plus, these bars are gluten free, dairy free, and vegan!

Gabriel shares his instructions at One Clever Chef.

Green Tea Walnuts

Photo © I Eat the Peach

A welcome alternative to the usual holiday spiced nuts, these are sweet and refreshingly bitter, with a deep walnut flavor. Plus, they’re rich in healthy antioxidants.

You’ll find Zoe Fenson’s recipe at I Eat the Peach.

Pecan Pie Shortbread Bars

Photo © Eat Something Delicious

Turn your favorite pie into finger food with this delicious recipe. Plus, they’re gluten free and dairy free, made with coconut flour, tapioca starch, coconut milk, and dates.

Check it out now on Eat Something Delicious.

Make the Carnivores’ Mouths Water

This was by far the most popular category among our contributors, and there are so many different cuisines and styles of cooking represented. If your crowd of meat-lovers will be gathering around the fire together this winter, try a few of the ideas in this section first.

Sticky Hot Chicken Wings

Photo © Spend With Pennies

These spicy baked wings are made with a secret ingredient to make them extra crispy. Sure, they’re messy. But the gang will love them!

Holly teaches us how to make them at Spend with Pennies.

Asian Steak Roll-Ups

Photo © Recipes Worth Repeating

Love steak? These grilled roll-ups are tasty parcels of a variety of vibrant veggies wrapped in thin-sliced sirloin, and marinated in ginger, garlic, and soy sauce.

Learn how to make these at Recipes Worth Repeating.

Asian Teriyaki Meatballs

Photo © Recipes Worth Repeating

These marinated and baked teriyaki beef meatballs are sprinkled with sesame seeds and brushed with a bit of extra teriyaki sauce before serving. Don’t forget the toothpicks!

Get the details now on Recipes Worth Repeating.

Pulled Pork BBQ and Sweet Potato Bites

Photo © Blooming Bites

Slow-cooked pulled pork served on roasted sweet potato slices with a smear of tangy cheese and topped with green onions. This ingenious app is so packed with flavor, we won’t blame you if you find yourself hovering around the buffet table for the rest of the evening when this dish is served.

Learn more on Blooming Bites.

Buffalo Chicken Celery Sticks

Photo © Evolving Table

Can you say irresistible? Take the work out of pre-dinner wings and serve shredded buffalo chicken instead, stuffed into celery sticks and drizzled with ranch dressing (or my personal preference, a chunky blue cheese).

London Brazil shares the recipe on Evolving Table.

Italian Antipasto Platter

Photo © Compass and Fork

An Italian antipasto platter is easy to throw together with a little something for everyone. But Mark and Elizabeth’s directions will help you to elevate your humble offerings to a level appropriate for a holiday fete with just a few simple twists.

Swap out the usual sliced cheese and cured meats for Parmigiano Reggiano with balsamic vinegar from Modena, a fresh caprese salad, and prosciutto with melon, and your guests will thank you.

Mark and Elizabeth share their instructions and tips at Compass and Fork.

Beef Wrapped in Betel Leaf

Photo © Compass and Fork

These traditional Thai tidbits are a special treat that you have got to try, if only once a year. And what better time to serve them than at the holidays?

The list of ingredients is long, but your taste buds will sing with the flavors of ground beef, garlic, ginger, shrimp paste and dried shrimp, galangal, palm sugar, lemongrass, fish sauce, and betel leaf on offer here. If these ingredients aren’t commonly found in your pantry at home, you should be able to find everything you need at your local Asian grocery store, and the results will be so worth it.

Get the recipe at Compass and Fork.

Calzone Rolls

Photo © Eat Something Delicious

For a pretty presentation that’s also delicious, this is one of my favorites on our list. The traditional calzone tends to be heavy and unwieldy, the kind of food that will lead you to curl up and take a nap shortly after eating it. But these mini bites stuffed with sausage, peppers, onions, pepperoni, mozzarella, and fresh basil, offer big flavor in a tiny package.

Just roll out your dough, layer with ingredients, and roll into a log, then slice and bake. Don’t forget the pizza sauce for dipping!

Meagan shares the recipe on Eat Something Delicious.


Ponying up to the buffet table at a holiday party can be a bit like diving into the deep end for those with food allergies and intolerances. Remember to check with your guests before your party to find out if they have any special dietary needs, or invite them to bring a platter to share. Eating with loved ones is one of my favorite ways to enjoy the holidays, and a little bit can go a long way in terms of making your guests feel welcome and included.

Soft Ginger Cookies

Photo by Felicia Lim

These gluten-free cookies are a nice alternative to the traditional holiday gingerbread, sweet and delicately spiced, and full of the ginger flavor that Santa and his elves (and holiday partygoers everywhere) so crave.

Find the recipe on Foodal.

Corn Dog Bites

Photo © Erika’s Gluten-free Kitchen

Love corn dogs? This homemade version is gluten free, and delicious with a dollop of mustard.

Get the recipe now on Erika’s Gluten-free Kitchen.

Spicy Cheese Straws

Photo © Queen of My Kitchen

A blend of gluten-free flour, parmesan, and cayenne pepper, these spicy cheese sticks are crisp and flavorful, and easy to cut into fun shapes for a nice presentation.

Mona shares the recipe at Queen of My Kitchen.

Easy Asian Deviled Eggs

Photo © Rachel Phipps

Miso, mayo, and sriracha flavor this Asian twist on classic deviled eggs, topped with a sprinkling of black sesame seeds, scallions, and cilantro.

Check out the recipe now, from Rachel Phipps.

Vegan Vittles

As with the gluten-free category, the items listed here are not necessarily the only vegan items on our list, but they stand out as recipes that vegans might typically be precluded from enjoying. I’d make it a point to let your vegan guests know that they can enjoy these specialties, but no one else needs to know that the cheese or fudge that they are gobbling down is actually vegan!

5-Minute Vegan Cheese

Photo © Hello Spoonful

This vegan cheese dip is made with macadamia nuts and nutritional yeast, and it’s easy to whip up in just a few minutes.

Elizabeth shares her recipe at Hello Spoonful.

Chocolate-Covered Coconut Protein Bounty Balls

Photo © One Clever Chef

These vegan coconut candies are sweetened with maple syrup and coated in dark chocolate. Oh, and don’t forget to add just a sprinkle of fleur de sel before the chocolate dries!

Learn how to make them at One Clever Chef.

Chive and Tahini Mini Twists

Photo © Kitchen Window Clovers

Put a twist on the usual flavored crackers and serve this chive and tahini version from Annie McGee instead. With a simple pizza dough base, you can easily make a gluten-free version of these braids as well.

Check out the recipe on Kitchen Window Clovers.

Vegan Vanilla Fudge

Photo © One Clever Chef

Yes, vegan fudge is a real thing, and it is delicious. Made with just four ingredients, these tasty bites are packed with protein.

You’ll find the recipe on One Clever Chef.

Add a Little Booze

A little drink before dinner is always nice, but it can be hard to juggle a martini glass and a plate full of snacks. For the best of both worlds, serve a few of these alcohol-infused appetizers instead.

Whiskey Chocolate Truffles

Photo © Felicia Lim

Whiskey and chocolate make an enticing combination, and what better way to enjoy it than in truffle form? If you’re a homemade candy newbie, you’ll love the simple presentation of these cocktail-inspired bites.

Learn how to make them now on Foodal.

Healthy Chocolate Rum Balls

Photo © One Clever Chef

Another vegan candy recipe that’s full of flavor, these bites are made with a base of almond flour, dates, cocoa powder, and plenty of dark rum.

Head over to One Clever Chef for detailed instructions.

Bourbon Caramel Popcorn

Photo © Recipes Worth Repeating

Coated in homemade bourbon caramel, this recipe is much simpler to make than the traditional popcorn balls, and easier to nibble on before the big meal as well.

Learn more on Recipes Worth Repeating.

Crostini, Toast, and Bruschetta

Whatever you call them, little circles of bread topped with sweet and savory ingredients, drizzled with something festive, and sprinkled with something fresh, make a satisfying snack to stave off hunger until the big meal arrives. And best of all, they’re some of the simplest appetizers to put together – so you can steer clear of holiday stress and enjoy the party.

Maple Pear Crostini

Photo © Mike Quinn

Buttered toast, ripe pears, salty parmesan, and sweet maple syrup all come together to form this simple, satisfying appetizer. If you can wield a knife and work a toaster oven, you can make this simple recipe.

Learn how to make this app now on Foodal.

Homemade Balsamic Bruschetta

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Match your decor with this red and green holiday bruschetta, made with fresh plum tomatoes and basil. And if you really want to go for it, add the optional mozzarella for extra decadence.

Lauren Falardeau Pariseau shares the recipe on Hunger Thirst Play.

Roasted Cherry Goat Cheese Crostini

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If you can find cherries in your neighborhood at this time of year, you absolutely must try these. Fresh cherries are pitted and then roasted with thyme, served on toasted baguette slices with a smear of goat cheese and a sprinkling of chopped basil. If you’re a fan of pairing savory herbs with sweet stone fruit, you will love these.

Check out the recipe on Fork in the Kitchen.

Garlic Mayo Chicken and Gruyère Crostini

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Garlic mayo, chicken, and cheese, topped with a sprinkling of fresh basil and arranged on baguette rounds. Sounds pretty amazing, right? Prep the chicken breast and the mayo ahead of time, and enjoy the party.

Amanda shares her instructions on Recipes Worth Repeating.

Mini Grilled Cheese Sandwich Bites

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Made with aged cheddar on crispy baguette slices, the addition of sauteed mushrooms, sun-dried tomatoes, arugula, and fresh herbs takes these mini sandwiches over the top.

Learn more on Blooming Bites.

Cheese Platter

If you’re of the mind that no gathering would be complete without cheese and crackers, don’t forget to throw some added interest into your offerings. Make it something special with the following recipes.

Wild Blueberry Chutney with Creamy Brie

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Made with frozen wild blueberries, shallots, and jalapeños, this tangy chutney pairs so nicely with the creamy brie.

Check out the recipe on The Domestic Dietitian.

Easy Cheddar Cheese Ball with Butter Roasted Apple Chips, Pecans, and Rosemary

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You’ll be in homemade cheese ball heaven with this holiday crowd-pleaser from Charity Beth Long – creamy cheese coated in a tasty mix of apple chips and pecans oven-roasted in butter, and chopped fresh rosemary.

Get the recipe on Vintage Kitty.

Puff Pastry Baked Brie with Fresh Fig Jam

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Repeat after me: you don’t have to be afraid of puff pastry, you don’t have to be afraid of puff pastry, you don’t have to be afraid of puff pastry.

Maybe you’re not ready to tackle making it from scratch just yet, but the frozen version is so easy to work with. You’ll love enrobing a wheel of brie with it, and topping it with homemade fresh fig jam.

Learn more on Hunger Thirst Play.

Marinated Cheese

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Super simple to make, two types of cheese are layered and marinated in a white wine vinegar dressing made with pimientos, garlic, parsley, scallions, and basil. Don’t knock it ’til you try it!

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Goat Cheese Stuffed Peppadew Peppers

Photo © Fork in the Kitchen

Sweet with a touch of heat and packed with tangy goat cheese, these stuffed peppers come together in just minutes.

Learn how to make your own at home from Becca at Fork in the Kitchen.

Classic Cheese Straws

Photo © Rachel Phipps

Crunchy, buttery, and full of cheesy flavor with just a touch of spice, these classic crips are delicious served on their own or with hummus or your favorite dip.

Rachel Phipps shares the recipe.

Pimiento Cheese

Photo © Anne Wolfe Postic

No southern Christmas would be complete without a bowlful of pimiento cheese dip. Anne Wolfe Postic isn’t a purist, and her recipe allows for a lot of flexibility.

Anne says it’s easy to make with the ends of cheeses leftover in your fridge, Duke’s mayonnaise or even Miracle Whip (though I must say, I’m a lifelong Hellmann’s fan myself…), pimientos, worcestershire, hot sauce, and mustard.

But hold on a second – she says you can swap out the pimientos for whatever pickles you have on hand, or olives, and you might even be inclined to mix in some miso paste or Vegemite! Unconventional choices for sure, but I love Anne’s kitchen sink approach to making something great for a party with what you have on hand, and you will too.

Get the details here.

Cheese and Charcuterie Tree

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This fun snack arrangement designed for fall can take on a new form when it’s reworked for the holidays. You’ll have fun arranging evergreen-shaped boughs and putting those Christmas cookie cutters to work to make colorful decorative elements.

With Theresa’s guidance, let your imagination run free and make a lovely visual display that’s perfect for the season. Don’t forget to take a picture, because this one won’t last!

Learn more on Chewable Structures.

It’s Party Time!

Armed with these recipes, you’re ready to meet the pre-meal and snacking challenges of whatever events come your way this winter. There are so many delicious possibilities!

And to make your table complete, don’t forget to check out our guide to decorative napkin folding, and for a simple DIY evergreen arrangement tutorial.

What will you serve at your home, or bring to your next get-together this season? Share with us in the comments.


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About Allison Sidhu

Allison M. Sidhu is a foodie from Philly who is based in Los Angeles, where she loves exploring the local restaurant scene with her husband. She holds a master’s degree in gastronomy from Boston University. When she’s not in the kitchen whipping up something tasty (or listening to the latest food podcasts while she does the dishes!) you’ll probably find Allison tapping away at her keyboard, curled up with a good book (or ready to dominate with controller in hand in front of the latest video game) on the couch, or devouring a food-filled magazine at the beach.

Buffet Rezepte

Buffet-Rezepte sind für Partys sehr beliebt. Der Kreativität sind kaum Grenzen gesetzt. Wichtig ist nur, dass sich die Gerichte gut vorbereiten lassen und viele Gäste satt machen. Bei uns finden Sie Ideen für feierliche Anlässe, große Runden und Tipps rund um Buffet-Rezepte.

Buffet-Rezepte für eine große Runde

Wenn Sie viele Gäste eingeladen haben, sollten die Buffet-Rezepte vor allem preiswert sein und satt machen. Suppen eignen sich dafür hervorragend. Vor allem fleischhaltige Suppen wie Gulasch- oder Käsehackfleischsuppen bieten sich für das Party-Buffet an. 
Gerne gegessen werden auch Salate wie der Klassiker Schichtsalat. Ebenso beliebt sind Kartoffel- und Nudelsalate. Wer Fleisch servieren will, kann beispielsweise einen Schweinebraten kalt aufschneiden. Auch bei Frikadellen greifen Gäste gerne zu.
Als Nachspeise für viele Gäste kommen Rote Grütze oder Quarkspeisen in Frage. Diese Buffet-Rezepte lassen sich in ohne Probleme in großer Menge herstellen und schmecken groß und klein.

Buffet-Rezepte für einen feierlichen Anlass

Manche Gelegenheiten sind zu feierlich, als dass man Gulaschsuppe und Kartoffelsalat servieren möchte. Das muss man auch gar nicht, denn auch Buffet-Rezepte können festlich sein. Wie wäre es zum Beispiel mit Vitello Tonnato oder Graved Lachs zur Vorspeise? Sowohl kalt als auch warm schmecken Quiches, die sich in den verschiedensten Varianten zubereiten lassen. Feines Roastbeef schmeckt kalt und mit Remoulade serviert gut. Als Buffet-Rezepte für die Nachspeise eignen sich süße Tartes und Flammeries.

Tipps und Tricks für Buffet-Rezepte

  • Gerade in der kalten Jahreszeit sind warme Buffet-Rezepte auf Partys gefragt. Einzelne elektrische Kochstellen sind sehr praktisch. Auf ihnen bleiben Chili con Carne und Suppen warm. Stövchen mit Teelichtern oder Warmhalteplatten sorgen ebenso dafür, dass Speisen nicht so schnell auskühlen.
  • Beachten Sie bei der Planung Ihrer Party-Snacks, dass die Gerichte längere Zeit in der Wärme stehen. Sie sollten auch nach ein oder zwei Stunden noch schmecken und attraktiv aussehen. Blattsalate sind für das Buffet weniger geeignet, da sie schnell in sich zusammenfallen.
  • Sollten die Ideen für Buffet-Rezepte ausbleiben, ist es hilfreich, das Buffet unter ein Motto zu stellen. Themen wie Italien, Bayern oder 70er-Jahre regen die Kreativität an.
  • Buffet-Reste sollte man nach der Feier nicht mehr verzehren. Gerade Salate mit Mayonnaise, sahnehaltige Gerichte oder Fisch vertragen keine Wärme über lange Zeit.

11 schnelle Partysnacks zum selber machen!

Du hast dir deine Liebsten nach Hause eingeladen? Oder bist du von jemandem zu einer kleinen Feier eingeladen worden und möchtest als kleine Aufmerksamkeit ein bisschen was zum Buffet beisteuern? Wir haben elf Rezepte für schnelle Partysnacks für dich, die ruckzuck vorbereitet sind!

Schnelle Partysnacks: Unsere 8 liebsten herzhaften Leckereien

Hier ein paar Chips, dort ein paar Nüsse: Fingerfood ist auf Partys immer der Hit. Selbst wenn man als Gastgeber keine großen Koch-Qualitäten besitzt, kann man mit selbst gemachten Snacks ordentlich auftrumpfen. Unsere herzhaften Partysnacks lassen sich besonders einfach nachmachen!

Die Partysnack-Idee: Kleine Fliegenpilze

#1 Selbstgemachte Chips aus der Mikrowelle

Also Chips kaufen, kann nun wirklich jeder – und Chips selber machen auch! Sowohl Gemüse- als auch Kartoffel-Chips sind so leicht gezaubert! Schneide eine Kartoffel, Süßkartoffel oder Zucchini einfach in dünne Scheiben, trockne die Chips dann sorgfältig von beiden Seiten mit Küchentüchern ab und mariniere sie im Anschluss in Olivenöl (2 Esslöffel sollten reichen). Verteile dann ein wenig Olivenöl auf einem Teller, pack die Chips drauf und würze sie nach deinem eigenen Geschmack mit Salz, Paprika oder Knobi. Dann geht’s mit dem Teller für sechs bis sieben in die Mikrowelle. Zack fertig, lecker knusprige Chips! Sieh dir das instagram-Video von buzzfeedtasty an. Das schaffst du doch auch, oder?

#2 Guacamole

Die Chips sind fertig, jetzt fehlt nur noch ein leckerer Dip! Guacamole ist beliebt und schnell gemacht: Halbiere zwei reife Avocados und entferne den Kern. Löse dann das Fruchtfleisch mit einem Löffel heraus und zerdrücke es mit einer Gabel zu einem Mus. Schneide dann zwei Tomaten in sehr kleine Würfel und gib sie zu der Avocadocreme. Füge anschließend zwei fein gehackte Zehen Knoblauch, einen Esslöffel Naturjoghurt und den Saft einer halben, ausgepressten Zitrone dazu und würze das Ganze mit Salz und Pfeffer.

Guacamole ist schnell zubereitet

#3 Mini-Pizza-Becher

Pizza! Wer liebt sie nicht? Kleine mundgerechte Pizza-Happen kannst du ganz leicht selbst machen.

Du brauchst:

  1. Ein Muffinblech
  2. Fertiger (oder selbst gemachter) Pizzateig
  3. Tomatensauce
  4. Mozzarella (gehobelt)
  5. Weitere Zutaten nach Wahl (z. B. Paprika, Zwiebeln, Oliven, Tomaten, Salami)

Teile den Pizzateig in 12 gleich große Teile und fülle die Teigstücke in die Muffinformen. Fülle dann die Tomatensauce, den gehobelten Mozzarella und weitere Zutaten, je nach Geschmack in die Formen. Lasse das Ganze für 20 bis 25 Minuten bei 200 Grad backen. Fertig! Das instagram-Video von tastyjunior zeigt dir die kinderleichte Zubereitung im Schnelldurchlauf:

#4 Bruschetta

Für die italienische Vorspeise Bruschetta braucht es nicht viel.

  1. Würfel fünf Strauchtomaten und füge zwei zerkleinerte Knoblauchzehen, drei Esslöffel Olivenöl sowie Basilkum, Pfeffer und Salz hinzu. Wer mag kann noch eine Zwiebel dazu geben. Lass die Mischung eine Weile ziehen. Im Idealfall zwei Stunden.
  2. Schneide ein Ciabatta in Scheiben und bestreich diese beidseitig mit ein wenig Olivenöl.
  3. Lege nun ein Backblech mit Backpapier aus, platziere die Scheiben darauf und röste sie 5 Minuten bei 200 Grad Umluft.
  4. Belege dann die Scheiben mit dem Tomaten-Gemisch und freue dich über den leckeren, einfachen und schnellen Partysnack!

#5 Herzhafte Muffins

Herzhafte Muffins schmecken nicht nur super lecker, du kannst sie auch sehr schnell herstellen. Unsere Favoriten sind die würzigen Käse-Muffins, die wir auf dem Instagram-Channcel tastyjunior entdeckt haben:

  1. Als Basis brauchst du eine Rolle fertigen Brötchenteig (z. B. von Knack&Back aus dem Supermarkt). Jede Brötchen-Teig-Scheibe musst du in sechs kleine Stücken teilen und in eine Schüssel geben.
  2. Dann fügst du eine Tasse gehobelten Cheddar, eine viertel Tasse Schnittlauch, drei Esslöffel Butter und ein paar Gewürze nach Wahl hinzu und durchmischst das Ganze gut mit deinen Händen.
  3. Packe dann jeweils drei der „marinierten“ Brötchenteig-Stückchen in eine Muffinform und backe das Ganze bei 180 Grad Umluft für 15 Minuten.

Der kurze Clip zeigt dir im Schnelldurchlauf, was du tun musst:

#6 Geröstete Nüsse

Neben Chips, sind Nüsse ein heiß geliebter Partysnack und geröstet schmecken sie gleich doppelt gut. Um leckere würzige Nüsse selbst herzustellen, nimmst du dir als erstes eine Schale und mischst dort den Saft einer ausgepressten Zitrone mit einem Eiweiß und jeweils einem Teelöffel Paprikapulver (rosenscharf), Salz und Zucker sowie jeweils einem halben Teelöffel gemahlenem Pfeffer und Chiliflocken. Gib dann eine 300-Gramm-Nussmischung (zum Beispiel mit Erdnüssen, Walnüssen, Cashews) dazu und rühre alles gut durch, damit die Nüsse regelrecht ummantelt sind. Gib die Nüsse dann auf ein mit Backpapier versehenes Bleck und röste sie bei 180 Grad für zwölf Minuten im Backofen. Nach der Hälfte der Backzeit sollten die Nüsse gewendet werden, damit sie nicht am Papier kleben. Dann musst du die Nüsse nur noch etwas abkühlen lassen und fertig sind die gerösteten Köstlichkeiten.

#7 Partybrötchen

Unser letztes Fingerfood sind Partybrötchen. Dazu nimmst du einfach einen fertigen Brötchenteig zur Hand und verteilst ihn auf einem Backblech. Die Brötchen kannst du nun unterschiedlich bestreichen und belegen. Die Varianten:

  1. Variante: Zwei Esslöffel Butter mit einem Esslöffel Honig mischen und über die Brötchen geben.
  2. Variante: Gehobelten Cheddar-Käse und Jalapeños auf den Brötchen verteilen.
  3. Variante: Zwei Esslöffel Butter mit Knoblauch und Petersilie mischen und die Brötchen damit bestreichen. Zum Schluss etwas Parmesan drüber streuen.
  4. Variante: Cheddar, Bacon und Schnittlauch auf den Brötchen verteilen.

Dann wird das Ganze 15 bis 20 Minuten bei 190 Grad gebacken. Soooo lecker!

#8 Nudelsalat

Ein echter Partysnack-Klassiker ist der Nudelsalat! Und warum auch nicht? Er ist schnell gemacht, die meisten Zutaten hat man wahrscheinlich eh daheim und er schmeckt fast jedem. Wir haben eine mediterrane Variante für dich: Koche 500 Gramm Nudeln (am besten Penne oder Farfalle) und lasse sie abkühlen. Viertele dann 250 Gramm Cocktailtomaten und schneide einen Mozzarella in kleine Stücke. Vermenge alle drei Zutaten miteinander. Füge etwa drei Esslöffel Olivenöl dazu und würze den Salat mit Salz, Pfeffer und frischem Basilikum. Anschließend fügst du noch zwei Hände voll Rucola hinzu. Fertig!

Nach dem Essen ist vor dem Spielen: Ein paar witzige Partyspiele, für die der Gastgeber nicht viel vorbereiten muss, findest du in unserer Bildergalerie! Spiel Nummer vier kommt immer gut an. 😉

Top 9 Partyspiele: So wird die Feier zum Hit!


Süße Partysnacks für Naschkatzen: 3 schnelle Ideen

Wer kennt es nicht: Da hat man sich mit Pizza, Kartoffelecken und Co. schon so richtig vollgefressen, aber so ein kleines Dessert wäre trotzdem nett. Und natürlich sollte ein guter Gastgeber auch für diesen Fall ein paar Snacks parat haben. Dafür musst du nicht unbedingt Konditor sein. Wir haben drei einfache Rezepte für schnelle Partysnacks für dich, die Ruckzuck umgesetzt sind!

#9 Schokoladenfondue

Wenn du kein großer Freund des langen Vorbereiten bist, kannst du es dir auch ganz einfach machen und ein Schokoladenfondue auf den Tisch stellen. Dazu kaufst du ein paar Holzspieße, ein paar Tafeln Schoki (oder noch besser: ein Glas Nussnougatcreme) und etwas Obst ein (Weintrauben, Erdbeeren und Bananen eignen sich hervorragend). Jetzt musst du nur noch das Obst in kleine Stückchen schneiden und darfst dich über die leuchtenden Augen deiner Gäste freuen. Mhmmm…schokolierte Früchte!

Ein Schokobrunnen ist ein Highlight auf jeder Party

Schmeckt gut und sieht gut aus!

#10 Popcorn

Du planst einen netten Filmabend? Na dann darf selbst gemachtes Popcorn auf gar keinen Fall fehlen! Und du brauchst nicht mal einen Popcorn-Maker, sondern einfach nur einen tiefen Topf, Popcorn-Mais, Sonnenblumenöl und Zucker (oder Salz). Du musst einfach nur Öl in den Topf geben, den Popcorn-Mais dazugeben (in etwa so viel, dass die Hälfte des Topf-Bodens bedeckt ist) und das Ganze je nach Geschmack mit Zucker benetzen. Dann musst du konstant rühren, bis das Popcorn aufploppt – fertig!

#11 5-Minuten-Mikrowellen Cheesecakes

Oh-mein-Gott! Warum hat uns dieses geniale Rezept bloß vorher keiner verraten! Nimm einfach eine kleine feuerfeste Form zur Hand und schmelze in ihr einen Esslöffel Butter in der Mikrowelle. Schwenke die Butter in der Form, sodass auch die Ränder mit Butter benetzt sind. Nimm dann vier Butterkekse, zerbrösele sie, gib sie in die Form und drücke sie an, um einen festen Boden enstehen zu lassen. Mische in einer Schale 110 Gramm Doppelrahmfrischkäse, Esslöffel Zucker und ein wenig Vanillearoma. Gib die Mischung dann auf den Keksboden, streiche sie glatt und packe das Förmchen für 4 Minuten in die Mikrowelle.

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