Are you looking for some interesting food platter or food board ideas for your Christmas dinner? Good, because we’ve got you covered. In this article, you will find ideas that will impress your guests while also being easy to prepare.
In this article you will find:
- Two Ways To Serve A Christmas Cheese Platter
- Christmas Wreath Antipasto Skewers
- Easy Olives And Cheese Antipasto On A Bed Of Rosemary
- Epic Winter Cheese Board Made To Impress
- Budget-friendly Italian Cheese Log With Crackers
- Caprese Christmas Wreath Because It’s Just Too Easy 🙂
- The Ultimate Christmas Cookie Box That Can Be Prepared In Advance
- Fancy Platter Of Store-Bought Cookies + White Chocolate Peppermint Cheesecake Dip
Two Ways To Serve A Christmas Cheese Platter
Cheese platters are just brilliant. They are super easy to prepare. They look pretty and festive. All you need is a beautiful wooden cheese board, tasty cheese (e.g. Vintage White Cheddar), prosciutto or other meat of your choice and some greens for decoration. Check out Taryn’s blog post for more information on how to create these extremely cute Christmas Tree Cheese Plate and Cheese Wreath for your holiday table.
Christmas Wreath Antipasto Skewers
These stunning antipasto skewers will definitely be a great addition to your holiday table. They look amazing and are very easy to prepare. You will only need a few basic ingredients such as salami, mozzarella balls, cherry tomatoes, black and green olives, and artichokes as well as some fresh basil and rosemary for decoration. Visit Krista’s blog post for step-by-step instructions and you will have a wonderful festive edible Christmas Wreath in no time!
Easy Olives And Cheese Antipasto On A Bed Of Rosemary
What’s the prettiest way to serve olives at a party? On a bed of rosemary, of course. For this edible wreath you will need a variety of yummy olives, cherry tomatoes, some fresh cheese and, obviously, rosemary. Check out Missy’s blog post for more information on how to choose ingredients for this perfect appetizer.
Epic Winter Cheese Board Made To Impress
I must admit, this is the most impressive cheese board I have ever seen. Hats off to Sue from theviewfromgreatisland.com for creating such a masterpiece of a cheese board. If you are hosting a big party, this antipasto board will be an eye-catcher and a great conversation starter. Head to Sue’s blog post for the details on how to create this epic winter cheese board.
Budget-friendly Italian Cheese Log With Crackers
Now here is a finger-licking recipe by Nagi from recipetineats.com, who shows how to create a cheese appetiser on a budget. She says it’s like an antipasto platter in the form of a dip with minced salami, olives, peppers, green onions, a hefty dose of Italian seasonings, AND topped with sun dried tomato. With this list on ingredients, you just know that ut can’t be anything but delicious.
Caprese Christmas Wreath: It Doesn’t Get Easier Than This!
Have you ever tried a caprese salad? They are perfect appetisers for any holiday dinner. And if you serve it in a shape of a wreath, it instantly looks Christmasy and cute. I love caprese salad because it is so easy to prepare. It’s fresh and easy to digest. So why not have it these holiday season?
Check out Karina’s instructions on how to create and serve these caprese skewers (+ balsamico dip) in the shape of Christmas wreath.
The Ultimate Christmas Cookie Box That Can Be Prepared In Advance
Pina shares this great cookie box idea with recipes for all of these yummy cookies: from classic linzer cookies, shortbread, and gingerbread cookies to lemon ricotta cookies and struffoli. If you love cookies, you’ll probably love every single one of these cookie recipes!
Fancy Platter Of Store-Bought Cookies + White Chocolate Peppermint Cheesecake Dip
If you are short on time and don’t know what kind of Christmas cookies or cake to make, try this fantastic idea by Jocelyn from insidebrucrewlife.com. In her blog post, Jocelyn shows how to prepare a fancy no-bake platter with store-bought cookies. This amazing plate of cookies will be the hit of the holiday party, all without turning on your oven 😉
I recommend you to also check out another post by Jocelyn if you want to serve your cookies with her delicious White Chocolate Peppermint Cheesecake Dip. I think this dip and cookies are simply a match made in gourmet heaven 🙂