10 Simple Eye-pleasing Christmas Appetizers

Kick off your holiday dinner with a few appetizers that are quick and easy to make, eye-pleasing and super tasty.

To kick off your holiday dinner, it’s always a good idea to tickle the taste buds with a few appetizers. While you’re putting the final touch on the first course, the rest of the family can start nibbling on some finger food and get into the ambiance. These ten simple but eye-pleasing Christmas appetizers are quick and easy to make and super tasty.

Grilled Zucchini Rollups stuffed with Lemon-Basil Ricotta and Slow Roasted Tomatoes

This appetizer is super healthy and also looks amazing with the quintessential colors of Christmas. The Mediterranean flavors add a bit of sunshine to your Christmas eve and are best served with a sparkling Prosecco or white wine.


source: Closet cooking

A Holiday Charcuterie Wreath

An eye-pleasing take on the traditional antipasti board is the wreath where you organize your bites in the shape of a wreath. You can be as creative as you like with sprigs of rosemary combined with tomatoes, mozarella balls and other delicacies. The boost of colors makes it a joy to look at.

source: Simply Scratch

A Caprese Candy Cane Board

You can’t go wrong with a Caprese salad and crostinis but to make this classic a bit more exciting, why not serve it as a candy cane? It’s so simple!

source: Eating well

Mini croque monsieur with truffle mayonnaise

Cookie cutters are not just for making cookies. Use them to create these miniature grilled cheese appetizers. Use brie or cheddar, a slice of ham or prosciutto and that’s it! You can even add a teaspoon of cranberry sauce or apple chutney to make it extra Christmassy or serve them with a dip of truffle mayonnaise!

Mini Christmas Tree Pizzas

Everyone has a box of puff pastry in the freezer. There’s so much you can do with it, but the simplest recipe is to create miniature recipes in the shape of a Christmas tree.

Source: Happy Food Tube

Mini Christmas cheese balls

All the flavours of Christmas are in these bite-size cheeseballs: the freshness of goat cheese, the sweetness of cranberries, the nutty flavor of pecan nuts.

Source: Kitchen Fun with my 3 Sons

Grilled Figs with bacon and maple syrup

Figs go hand in hand with the holiday season. What I love about this recipe is how the sweetness of the maple syrup is combined with the salty bacon. You can have this done in a jiffy yet it’s so chic and sophisticated.

source: Bonne Appetit

Watermelon Mozarella canapes

Although it isn’t watermelon season in the northern hemisphere, this recipe is ideal if you’re celebrating Christmas in a tropical climate. You can even exchange the mozarella with feta cheese for a more balanced flavour of fresh and sweet and salty.

source: Waitrose

Beet dyed deviled eggs

Dye your deviled eggs in beet juice and this classic appetizer becomes an eye-catching bite. You can choose to either dye the egg white, or you can mix the yolk with beet.

source: Viktorias Table


Crostinis are always a crowd pleaser. Top them with cream cheese, pistachio nuts, cranberries, tomato, figs or pastrami. The combinations are endless.

source: BBC Food

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