These delicious appetizers featuring Canadian ingredients are perfect for your holiday celebration. Keep things simple by inviting friends over for an potluck evening of appetizers and visiting.
This Bourguignon recipe makes about 4 cups, which is enough for 2 people if you set aside some to make Mushroom Beef Bites for a party. To serve as an elegant dinner, consider serving along a roasted Portabella mushroom cap. Top servings of Bites and/or Bourguignon with grated Parmesan and minced parsley.
Recipe and image courtesy of CanadaBeef.ca
Looking for holiday appetizer ideas? This Lentil Stuffed Pastry Wreath will be a stunning addition to any spread this season!
Recipe courtesy of Lentils.org.
Robust king oyster mushrooms do an excellent job standing in for sea scallops in this holiday appetizer recipe. Strips of bacon are carefully wrapped around medallions of king oysters, secured with a toothpick, and then baked until crisp and tender.
Recipe and image courtesy of Mushrooms.ca and My Daily Randomness.
A great appetizer idea for your next get together. For a gluten-free alternative, try serving the chicken and brie on Cortland apple slices instead of the bread.
Recipe and image courtesy of Chicken.ca
This zesty and flavorful party appetizer can be served warm or room temperature with crackers for any brunch or gathering.
Recipe and image courtesy of SpreadTheMustard.com.
These quick and easy mushroom melts are baked to perfection.
Recipe and image courtesy of DairyFarmersofCanada.ca.
Dress up bacon and eggs by making these easy and elegant canapés. Have all the ingredients ready and simply assemble before company arrives.
Recipe and image courtesy of Eggs.ca.
These bites make a perfect starter for your parties or family get-togethers. Get a head start by making the first two steps ahead of time and store the pastry cups and cooked turkey for up to 2 days before you need them. You can easily whip up a double batch of cups and mix up your toppings to create different flavours.
Recipe and image courtesy of Turkey Farmers of Canada.