Party Food

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There’s never been a better time to treat yourself! Add some bottles of organic wine or chocolates to your order, some cheese and crackers, some pantry ingredients to make a cake… Here are a few recipes to inspire you if you are planning a party too! Just click on the titles to be taken to the recipe blog.

Liz x

Grazing Boards

Create a snack feast for the eyes as well as the tummies with a grazing board. Perfect to feed a crowd with drinks.

Devilled ‘Eggs’

These vegan devilled eggs are a bit of retro fun with a twist. Lightly pickled mushrooms filled with a delicious chickpea purée. Canapés anyone?

Easy Peasy Pizza Party

Make your party-planning life easier with our organic pizza bases (we sell a gluten free one too), jars of ready made tomato sauce, pesto, cheese, olives, capers and more. Perfect pizza every time!

Show-Stopping Salads

Create vibrant, fresh salads with our range of incredible, organic ingredients. The Jay & Joy range of vegan cheeses are just brilliant paired with juicy fruits and crunchy fresh leaves. Add some salty olives and fresh herbs and red onions and you’re in heaven.

Let Them Eat Cake

What’s a party without cake? There are loads to choose from on our recipe blog here. But these are my top 3 to bring out at a party!

Beetroot Chocolate Brownie

Raw Millionaire Shortbread

Classic Chocolate Celebration Cake

Grazing Board

If we were having a New Year’s Eve party this year (sob!) we would make a grazing table, which is a bigger version of the board above on a clean, covered table, for our guests – filled with lots of delicious dips, plant based cheeses, crackers, pickles, ferments, chutneys, breads, olives, fruit, nuts, crisps and raw vegetables. It’s fun putting together a gorgeous, generous spread. It looks so abundant and it’s always a good idea to have substantial snacks like this at a party with drinks. Anyway, to console ourselves we will put together a mini version like the photo above for just us and the kids at home. The kids love it, they can take what they like and it feels a bit special. Glass of wine and some board games? That’s our New Year’s Eve plans sorted! What are you up to for NYE? Share your foodie plans with our friendly community over on our Facebook group.

No recipe of course, but I recommend you start with the pots and jars of dips, olives, vegetable sticks etc then add the larger items like bunches of grapes and other fruit, then add stacks of crackers and slices or chunks of cheese. Get everything tucked in snugly and fill any gaps with salad leaves or nuts. Add little pops of colour and flavour with pomegranate seeds.

As well as a selection of crackers, homemade tofeta and fermented cashew cheese I’ve got a board full of goodness from Green Earth Organics brilliant fruit, veg and grocery sections including: