For effortless entertaining serve these middle-Eastern-inspired nibble as party of a mezze platter (with everything else bought at the store).
The sweetness of caramelised onions alongside crumbled goat's cheese makes these mini tartlets a delicious moreish bite that you need to serve at your next party.
Use delicious Australian cheeses and a generous hint of spice to entertain the vegetarian way.
Ditch basic bread rolls for this tasty damper-style pull-apart cheesy tree.
This vegetarian showstopper – a cheese-and-spinach pumpkin roulade with parmesan crust – will have your guests oohing and ahhing over your kitchen skills but is secretly easy to make and also easy on the wallet!
Revamp cauliflower cheese to bring a taste of North Africa to your table! Roast the heart veg with sumac and fennel, then serve with a spice-and-nut mix.
Meet potato salad’s more glamorous friend, featuring grilled spuds and a creamy, tangy, herby dressing.
Pies are filling but try a galette for something a little more elegant for the Christmas table. It's drizzled in a delicious ginger-lime cream!
Homemade pesto makes this tart sing! You’ll make more pesto than needed for the recipe, so put the extra in an airtight container, drizzle the top with olive oil (to prevent it browning) and keep it in the fridge for up to five days to use with pasta, pizza or anything!
11. Vegetarian tart
Raid and roast your vegie patch and herb garden for this vibrant work of ‘tart’, which packs in all the flavours – pumpkin, mushies, cheese, even mustard. Bonus, the pastry is store-bought!
Plate up the most addictive pastry ever for your vegetarian Christmas guests!
Vegetarians and meatlovers alike will be back for seconds of this dish! Air frying the cauliflower gives it fab flavour, and topped with creamy tahini sauce and pomegranates, it’s a stunner to serve up as your meat-free main or side.
With its crispy top and creamy base, this vertical potato bake is the ultimate balance of cheese and herb flavours. The perfect side dish and one of our most popular recipes.
This quick and easy side of carrots offers a flavour alternative to the popular maple glaze.
Boil, smash and roast your way to crispy spuds, then top with a classic Argentinian sauce – here used as a salsa. Yum!
Cheesy, easy and delicious, baby brussels sprouts shine in this classic vegie side.
Sticky roasted pumpkin is a side that takes centre stage! The honey-mustard glaze teams with crunchy hazelnuts and tart craisins for a fab flavour combo. PS, you can also use flaked or slivered almonds or pepitas.
Made from two types of potato and layered with crunchy, herby, cheesy and meaty toppings, this Christmas loaded potatoes side is almost a meal in itself.
Not all salads are green! Combine sweet fruit with salty cheese for a flavour journey across the world.
You don’t need any special ingredients to make this colourful salad – you’ll already have most of what you need in the fridge and pantry. The glazed carrots are combined with cranberries and mint for a Christmassy salad served with not one but three creamy dressings – yoghurt, tahini and herb sauce.
Add freshness and colour to your Christmas table with this deliciously easy salad and dressing. With only four ingredients, you'll have this salad ready in minutes!
Mix grains, seeds and nuts with aromatic spices and herbs for a substantial and exciting side.
This diabetic-friendly show-stopper will take centre stage on Christmas day. Drizzled with a herby dressing, this epic salad is packed full of flavour.
Want a refreshing take on greens? Use the Greek-inspired flavours of zesty lemon and fragrant fresh mint.
Set down a platter piled with this beautiful side and it will brighten your table! Its citrusy flavours will complement your seafood mains.
This fruity beauty with nuts for crunch and a tangy dressing will go beautifully with anything you cook up on the barbie.
It’s roast veg and a summer salad in one as Christmas colours and crunch combine on the plate.
Full of crunch veg, this salad doesn't rely on dressing for taste but just a bit of garlic, oil, mustard and lemon, plus mint and coriander for freshness.
The light and summery salad will bring all the colour to your table.