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Christmas brunchy snacks?

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AlwaysOldBeforeMyTime Sun 17-Dec-17 10:01:51

I'm after recommendations for brunchy snacks for Christmas Day please!

All the family are popping around mid morning and I'd like to have something to offer them, but they have an early lunch so won't need much and I'm stuck for ideas!

Last year I did smoked salmon and egg bagels but think that'd be too filling. Help!

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Frozengeranium Sun 17-Dec-17 10:14:20

French toast? You could get a sourdough loaf and slice it thinly if you want it light? Cut into small pieces and present in a warm dish.

Pigs in blankets? Smallish ones? Plonked in a warm bowl with a pack of cocktail sticks nearby.

You could get those teeny tiny dinner rolls from m&s or similar and make teeny tiny bacon sandwiches?

Fruit? You could do something creative with slices of mango, strawberry and kiwi on a cocktail stick?

Sorry, don't know why I'm obsessed with cocktail sticks this morning hmm

worriedaboutchristmas Sun 17-Dec-17 11:26:41

These Stilton puffs https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/stiltonpuffss_33929
These cranberry sausages https://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/stickycranberryy_64655

Or cranberry white chocolate muffins?

AtleastitsnotMonday Sun 17-Dec-17 13:38:57

Mini Brie and cranberry toasties. Make in a pan and cut into 8th’s so they are bite sized. Then people can have as many or few as they please.
Cocktail blinis with smoked salmon
I always think fish is quite light so you could go with a platter (m&s do good ones)
Flat bread with fig, Brie and pancetta

RemusLupinsBiggestGroupie Sun 17-Dec-17 14:56:31

Warm mince pies, and some olives, crisps etc.

AlwaysOldBeforeMyTime Sun 17-Dec-17 17:34:03

Wow those Stilton puffs sound bloody amazing!

Thankyou for all the idea, definitely going to do a few of them as a little platter thanks

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