Easy to Make Finger Foods for Cocktail Parties

By flickr User Cyclonebill

Cocktail parties are never without finger foods. They are essential – why?  Well, we at Cocktails Singapore believe they help to soak up the alcohol that guests consume! Which leads to them enjoying the party more, because we all know that a drunk guest is not fun at all!  Here are some suggestions on a few nibbles that’s not only easy to prepare but are sure to impress your guests.

First in line is the very famous tapenade cracker bits. A jar of prepared green olive tapenade, a wedge of provolone cheese, a pack of rice crackers and a jar of pimento strips and you’re all set to prepare your very own tapenade cracker bits. All you have to do is cut the provolone cheese in 1/8 inch thin slices, then cut them into squares that will fit your crackers. Arrange your crackers in a serving tray and top them with a slice of provolone each. Top with ¼ teaspoon tapenade and finish with a pimento strip. And yes, your tapenade cracker bits are ready to be served!

Next option is bruschetta, another easy to prepare nibble that will surely add elegance in your party. Preparing bruschetta is very easy. All you need is some bread, garlic, extra virgin olive oil, some salt, and beans or tomatoes (if you prefer).  Toast your bread and rub them with a cut of garlic clove. Sprinkle a little olive oil and season with salt and pepper to taste. You may top with beans or tomatoes, and your bruschetta is all set to give your guests a fulfilling evening!

 These are just two of the popular cocktail party finger foods that are easy to prepare. But if you don’t wanna bother yourself with all those preparations, no problemo!  Drinkdings will take the hassle off you. Drinkdings will arrange for everything,  making sure that your party is nothing but all fun and excitement and relaxing for you, the host. Having Drinkdings in your party will assure you of one great bash!

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