Summer Baby Shower Finger Food Collection


Something cool, something easy, here we go!

Pineapple Chicken Skewers
Hot dog rolls
Zucchini balls
Tomato Bites
Berries in watermelon
Chicken zucchini poppers
Pineapple and sausage
Olive cheese slices
Mini potatoes
Lemon and mint prosciuttos











Gourmet Pocky Sticks

Gourmet Pocky

Using any of your favorite treats, you can make these easy and delicious gourmet pocky sticks. Coat chocolate dipped Pretzel sticks in chocolate chips, marshmallows, cookie crumbs, a favorite cereal, or any other treats that you love. It is a very simple, tasty dessert! For the pocky sticks, you can actually use the Crax Pretzel sticks which is what i used, or Pretz salad sticks which may find at asian grocers. I chose the Crax Pretzel sticks as they were less salty and a lot cheaper!

Start making the pocky sticks by gathering all of your toppings of choice – sprinkles, candy, cookie crumbs, honey combs, marshmallows, nuts, etc. If you are making these sticks for a special occasion, you may want to decorate them festively. For instance, you could add cute green and red sprinkles to white chocolate dipped Pretzel for a Christmas party. Next, crush your toppings so that they are ready to go on the Pretzel sticks.

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Once you have crushed all of your toppings, it’s time to dip the Pretzel sticks in melted white, milk, or dark chocolate. Now, it’s time for the fun part! Coat the chocolate dipped Pretzel in your toppings of choice, then let them dry before serving. Or, you could drizzle the sticks with a different chocolate flavor to give them a little extra sweetness. Now, you have your very own homemade pocky sticks to enjoy and share with your friends and family. Enjoy them at home with your family, or bring them to parties and showers where they will certainly be a crowd pleaser! You could even put them in little treat bags for a delicious Christmas gift that everyone will love.

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Dark Magic Triangles

dark magic trianges recipe, for baby shower desserts, bridal shower desserts, party desserts

Serving size:18

A sinfully satisfying blend of Chocolate, Peanut Butter and toasted Coconut that will put a spell on your taste buds with every sensational bite. They say once you go to the dark side, there’s no turning back and that’s exactly what happens when you bite into a Dark Magic Triangle. Eat at your own risk!


dark magic trianges recipe, for baby shower desserts, bridal shower desserts, party desserts

10 0z Chocolate Graham Crackers (1 package)
10 Oz. shredded Coconut
10 oz. 60% cocoa chips (1 package)
5 oz. Peanut Butter Chips(1/2 Package)
10 oz condensed milk
6 Tbl. Sp. Unsalted butter(melted)
1 Tbl. Sp.. Instant or fine ground Coffee


Chocolate Graham Cracker Crust

Pre-heat the oven to 350 degrees.

Break up crackers into a food processor and blend until they’re crushed into a fine dust.(Alternate method is to put Crackers into a Plastic zip lock bag and crush with a rolling pin.)

Add Coffee and melted butter; mix with a fork.

Press into a well greased 9 X 9 Casserole Dish and bake for 8 minutes

Let Cool for 10-15 minutes.

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To make Dark Magic Triangles

Mix Dark Chocolate chips and Peanut Butter chips together in a medium sized bowl.

Evenly Spread Condensed Milk over Chocolate Graham Cracker Crust.

Spread chip mixture evenly over Condensed Milk

Add Shredded Coconut over the chip mixture


Place in Oven and bake for 25-40 minutes, or until the Coconut is completely toasted, it will be Golden Brown.

Let completely cool for 30 -45 mins

Cut into 9 squares first and then into Triangles

dark magic trianges recipe, for baby shower desserts, bridal shower desserts, party desserts



Mini Blueberry Vanilla Cheesecakes


Cheesecakes are a delicious and easy dessert all year round. Fresh and quick to make, they can be filled or topped with a huge range of ingredients. Cheesecake is always a crowd pleaser and perfect for a dinner party, but what about a party where the guests stand, move and interact?

The perfect answer is mini cheesecakes and you don’t need any special equipment to make them, just muffin cases and a muffin pan. Easy to pick up and eat in a few bites, yet sophisticated and pretty.

Blueberry and vanilla is a classic combination, however other ingredients can easy be switched in, try raspberries and dark chocolate chips or a few tbsp of salted caramel.

These cheesecakes can be served in or out of there wrappers and made up to 2 days in advance when stored in an airtight container in the fridge.


8 digestive biscuits
45g salted butter (melted)
300g cream cheese
2 tbsp plain flour
100g caster sugar
1 egg
1 egg yolk
2tbsp sour cream
Seeds of one vanilla pod
75g blueberries (plus extra for topping)

Method: Mini Blueberry Vanilla Cheesecakes

Pre heat the oven to 180C
Line a 6 hole muffin tin with muffin cases


Crush the biscuits in a food processor (or with a rolling pin in a plastic bag)
Pour the melted butter into the biscuits and stir until fully mixed

Divide the biscuit crumbs between the muffin cases and press down firmly. Set to one side.

In a large bowl, beat the cream cheese until smooth

Mini Blueberry Vanilla Cheesecakes
Add the flour, sugar, eggs, vanilla and sour cream and stir until light and fluffy Stir in the blueberries.

Split the mixture between the muffin cases

Bake for 20-25 minutes until the cheesecakes are firm to touch with a slight wobble still

Serve topped with crushed biscuits and blueberries

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Mini Blueberry Vanilla Cheesecakes


Download Mini Blueberry Vanilla Cheesecakes Recipe



Blue Cheese Sweet Potato Rounds

Blue cheese sweet potato rounds are a delicious food for any occasion even for baby shower parties. As some of you may be aware, blue cheese is on the top list of foods to avoid while pregnant, but don’t panic, rest assured! They are safe for mommy to-be as long as they are cooked thoroughly like this recipe.  This makes perfect baby shower food.

These can be solved hot or cold, on platters or toothpicks, and can be made a day in advance of the occasion they’re for. What’s more they’re impressive with complex flavors but incredibly easy to make.

How to make Blue Cheese Sweet Potato Rounds, Savoury Baby Shower food ideas

Sweet potatoes are a great and tasty alternative to regular potatoes with the added benefit of being lower in carbohydrates. Their sweet flavor pairs greatly with salty blue cheese and cheddar. The crunchy walnuts and fresh spring onions offset their soft texture.

The cheeses on these potatoes can be changed to suit your tastes and access to different cheeses.  If you don’t like blue cheese, another great combination is swapping out the blue cheese for a soft cheese such as brie or camembert and changing the walnuts for dried cranberries (great for festive parties or get togethers).

Try serving on a bed of rocket  or watercress, with crème fraice to dip.


2 large sweet potatoes

2 tbsp olive oil

Salt and pepper to taste

50-75g (1/2 cup) cheddar cheese (grated)

50g blue cheese (1/3 cup) (crumbled)

10-12 walnuts (chopped)

2 x spring onions (finely chopped)

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Making Blue Cheese Sweet Potato Rounds

Pre heat the oven to 180C.

Wash and dry the sweet potatoes.

Cut the sweet potatoes into ¾ inch thick rounds.

1 2

Place in a single layer on baking trays

Brush with the olive oil on both sides and sprinkle with salt and pepper


Bake for 20 minutes until beginning to brown in spots, turning half way through

5 6

Once cooked sprinkle with both cheeses and return to the oven for 5 minutes, until melted

7 8

Top with walnuts and spring onions


Serve hot or cold

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