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Quick and easy finger food

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OculusReparo Mon 03-Jul-17 22:56:42

Just that really. Am looking for quick and easy finger food but preferably things that can be made a few days in advance and isn't too expensive. TIA smile

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OculusReparo Mon 03-Jul-17 22:57:45

Oh and it's for 30 people smile

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OculusReparo Tue 04-Jul-17 08:21:49


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AtleastitsnotMonday Tue 04-Jul-17 19:00:45

To be served hot or cold?

Pouffealouffe Tue 04-Jul-17 19:02:36

These went down really well for me: thin slices of baguette, brushed with a little oil and lightly toasted, then add a little splodge of fig jam and top with a thin slice of goats' cheese, and grill til melted.

yawning801 Tue 04-Jul-17 19:05:33

I always stick to a cube of pineapple and a cube of cheese on a cocktail stick!! Alternatively, if you're lazy like me then you can't go wrong with pork pies or cocktail sausages! HTH

AtleastitsnotMonday Tue 04-Jul-17 19:17:30

Homemade sausage rolls and cheese straws
Mini quiches
Falafels, toasted pita fingers and humous
Crudités and dips
If you have use of an oven, garlic baguettes, I did these at the weekend just to bulk out a buffet a bit and it was the first thing to go.
Chicken tweak chunks on cocktail sticks
Pinwheel wraps

OculusReparo Tue 04-Jul-17 20:50:10

Some will be served hot and others will be served cold. How would I go about making the mini quiches? Will a mini muffin tray work?

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AtleastitsnotMonday Tue 04-Jul-17 22:24:46

Yes mini muffin tin would be fine although quite fiddley, a regular bun tin is slightly easier. Of you could go with a crust less quiche and use a silicon mini muffin tray. Otherwise puff pastry squares with toppings are easy.

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