From easy sausage roll recipes to Stilton rarebit - we've plenty of snack recipes to keep you going over the Christmas holidays. Be sure to check out our entire Christmas collection for more ideas.
These walnuts are a special treat at Christmas, and are quite simple to make. Perfect for a party nibble or a food gift, or use to garnish your Christmas cake.
These can be served as a dessert with vanilla ice cream or just served salted as a snack.
This is a super-fun way of getting kids to eat more fruit. Fruit is arranged in such a way that it looks like a turkey. Serve for dessert as is or with chocolate sauce or yoghurt.
These Christmas treats are perfect anytime of the year. They are spiced with cinnamon, cloves, cardamom, nutmeg and dotted with dried fruit. For maximum flavour, allow the bars to sit for 3-5 days.
This ultimate sausage roll is almost crossed with a pizza. They have a taste that will have everyone fighting over them.
Some tasty, chewy cookies that encapsulate the flavours of Christmas in one easy to bake, tasty treat.
This is a Chinese inspired recipe. Spring rolls are filled with cooked turkey (or chicken) and cabbage, then served with a sweet and sour cranberry sauce. Perfect for informal dinner parties. Try them at your next Christmas do.
This recipe makes plenty of addictive buttery pecans to snack on. Good for nibbles at parties. You need to use good quality salted butter.
Smoked mackerel gives wonderful flavour to this recipe. Serve with crackers, toast or fresh crusty bread. The pâté can be made milder by the addition of more mascarpone or cream cheese.
Simple yet so delicious. Great to give wrapped in decorative bags around Christmas time. Try using a nut other than pecan if you wish!
Two Christmastime flavours are brought together in this pie - spiced pumpkin and mincemeat. A sweetcrust pastry case is filled with mincemeat, then topped with a spiced pumpkin filling. It's sweet, fruity and tangy. Serve with whipped cream, if desired.
This is a traditional Italian dish, which is served at Easter and Christmas. Small balls of honey-enriched dough is deep fried and then scattered with pine nuts and sugar sprinkles. They are best served warm.
I know most people buy these nowadays but they are easy to make if you use frozen pastry, plus you can vary the flavour. This recipe uses fresh chives and mustard. Grown-ups love them! For a birthday party, you can keep them plain or add grated Cheddar to the sausagemeat.
A great nibble or food gift at Christmas, these aromatic almonds are surprisingly easy to make.
Use any nut for this recipe, or indeed a mixture! Makes a fantastic food gift or party nibble at Christmas.
This has always been a favourite in our family since I was little. My mum gave me the recipe last year, when I cooked it for the first time. Now it's not just for Christmas anymore! It's fab warm, but also good cold. This can be made in advance and chilled in the fridge.
This traditional Italian Christmas bread is also suitable for elevenses, afternoon tea or breakfast. Enjoy!
A warmly spiced bar that's easy to make and tastes fantastic. They are the perfect Christmas snack that can be enjoyed all year long.
Simple yet sophisticated, perfect for Christmas canapés, mini asparagus and chilli beef puff pastry tartlets are made with shop bought puff pastry.
Delicious and light alternative to heavy winter cakes and Christmas puddings. The sauce that is poured over after baking makes it incredibly moist.