Try this selection of sophisticated pop-in-the-mouth snacks
Finger food is pretty much anything you can slip in your mouth without requiring a plate and cutlery (though you can add those too if you like). More than a canapé, less than a meal, finger foods are ideal picnic, packed lunch or informal garden dining fodder. Enjoy.
Basically posh fish fingers, darling.
Velvety smooth butternut falafel topped with zhoug – essentially a Middle Eastern pesto made from fresh green chilli. Ideal for lunch boxes or eating alfresco – just add crispy flat bread and serve.
These vivid pink delights come spiked with homemade wasabi mayo, packing a punch on both the visual and taste front.
Succulent mushrooms, crushed pine nuts and fresh thyme huddle together inside crunchy filo crackers. What’s not to love?
Also known as spicy lettuce boats. We love the crunchy lettuce 'plate' alongside rich and tender0 lightly spiced meat. One to impress guests with.
Up the finger food stakes with this British crab-topped bite. Serve with champagne if you will (why would you not?).
How does the old joke go? Going, going, scone! No chance of these tasty numbers sticking around for long, that's for sure.
We remember a time when potato croquettes felt pretty fancy. Now they come in any number of varieties, but we love these cheese- and leek-filled ones. Easy to pop, trickier to stop. You have been warned.