Monaco Biscuit Canapes | Monaco Biscuit Toppings

Monaco Biscuit Canapes with Veggie Toppings

Monaco Biscuit Canapes – also known as Monaco Biscuit Toppings. There is no wonder in saying that it is one of the most lovable recipe among kids. Not only kids, but mostly all of us. Monaco Biscuit Toppings are quick, tangy, tasty finger food and perfect for party snacks. It is relaxing and healthy snacks that no one can ignore, especially kids.

Imagine that you feel tired, just have come back from gym or form office. And you want to eat some fresh, healthy, tangy and delicious food. I must say this is the perfect snack that you can make very quickly. Though you are tired, you are going to enjoy making monaco biscuit canapes. Because you can make by your own innovations. You can create toppings of your choice and with your biscuit canape ideas. So, you also feel relax while preparing it.

Monaco Biscuit Canapes with Veggie Toppings
Monaco Biscuit Canapes with Veggie Toppings

When I was kid, my mom was very strict about eating any ready-made food or restaurant food. Even we have very limited chance for eating ready-made tomato ketchup. She always said “You should eat ketchup only twice in a month”. And I used to ask for Monaco biscuit toppings even knowing that my one attempt of having tomato ketchup would be counted.

During my childhood, I enjoyed different versions of monaco biscuit canapes. My mom used to  find different ideas for canapes to make it healthier. She chopped all vegetables like onion, tomatoes, cucumber, carrots, cabbage then she put some chaat masala and tomato ketchup into it. She put paneer (cottage cheese) on top. So, I love that mom-made Monaco topping. while I am writing this right now, I can feel that taste in my mouth.

This is best finger food, I have ever found so easy, tempting and quick. They look so appealing, and extremely light to eat. If you are planning some kids’ party or ladies kitty party, then this recipe makes you star of your party. Kids will love this recipe, as they can bite while playing, and no need to find place to sit while eating.

Monaco Biscuit Canapes with Veggie Toppings
Monaco Biscuit Canapes with Veggie Toppings

You can serve it with any soft drink or mocktail. I prepared this recipe with slices of vegetables, but you can use very finely chopped vegetable for topping. For kids, this is very interesting recipe. They involve making this recipe, and creating with their ideas. That’s also make anyone can cook.

Things to remember At “First Attempt” of making Monaco Biscuit Canapes

  • You need to be careful while assembling. Don’t make this recipe prior if you are not serving it immediately after making. The main reason behind this is, your biscuits will become soggy due to moisture of vegetables.
  • I have made 2 layers of biscuits, you can make as per your toppings and canape ideas.
  • Use salty biscuit for this recipe. Do not use cookies or any cream biscuit.

Monaco Biscuit Canapes with Veggie Toppings



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Monaco Biscuit Canapes | Monaco Biscuit Toppings

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Monaco Biscuit Canapes - also known as Monaco Biscuit Toppings. It is a quick, tangy, tasty finger food and perfect for party snacks. It is relaxing and healthy snacks that no one can ignore, especially kids.
Recipe type: Snacks
Cuisine: Indian
Serves: 2
  • 1 packet monaco biscuits or any salty biscuits
  • 1 tbsp chaat masala
  • 1 small tomato
  • 1 small onion
  • ½ cucumber
  • 1 carrot
  • 2 slice of cheese
  • 1 cube of processed cheese grated
  • 1 to 2 tbsp tomato ketchup
  • cilantro for garnishing
  1. Slice all vegetables using slicer or food processor. Take one cheese slice and make four small pieces from it.
  2. Now it’s time to assemble. take one biscuit put ¼ part of cheese slice and again put another biscuit on slice. Now take one by one slice of all vegetables.
  3. First put cucumber then sprinkle some chaat masala on it. then onion slice and tomato slice, again sprinkle some chaat masala and finally add carrot slice.
  4. At the top, put some grated cheese and also 2-3 drops of tomato ketchup and garnish with cilantro leaves. Finally sprinkle some chaat masala and ready to serve.
1) You can change amount of cheese in this recipe. If you want avoid the cheese, then also it tastes awesome.

2) You can change toppings as per your choice like you can also use boiled corn in your toppings.

I am sure this recipe will also inspire you, and will drag you into kitchen to make it with your innovations. I will wait eagerly, when you gonna make it, click the pictures and share it with me. 🙂



  1. This looks so tempting !! can’t wait to try this..

  2. simple recepie but looks so tempting!!

    1. Thanks Dhrutika…..!!!!! 🙂

  3. thank you for this recipe ….! ^_^

    1. Thanks for reading. I am happy to know that you liked it…!!!!!

  4. Can we use something else instead of that cheese slice..

    1. Yes, Akshaya. You can simply avoid the cheese slice if you wanna make it more healthy. or you can use red chilli sauce instead of it make it more tempting.

  5. It’s looking awesome am definitely gonna try but can we use instead of cucumber any other vegetables or fruit

    1. Hi Prachiti, you can add as many veggies as you like. If you avoid cucumber it’s fine, you can add pineapple slices instead of. you can also make only fruits topping also…

  6. pruthviraj kajale

    Nice.. I liked it.. What is the alternative for Cheese?

    1. Hi, Pruthvi, you can simply avoid cheese. Or tomato sauce will be better option to keep it tempting…

  7. Hi reena, I loved your recipe and I’m gonna try it this week for sure. I have already got all the ingredients ready in my basket. This time I will make for myself n my husband.. well party may be next time
    Thanks for sharing your childhood recipe of having food at home.. Hehe I liked your ketchup story… very prominent role..

    1. Hay Sapna, Glad you read my whole story behind it, and I am sure every recipe has some memory or story… When you will try, your story will begin… please share your experience, I am waiting… 🙂

  8. Good day! Would you mind if I share your blog with my facebook
    group? There’s a lot of people that I think would really appreciate your
    content. Please let me know. Thanks

  9. Looks tempting. Can I use tofu here?

  10. Hi reena loved ur recipe
    Surely gonna try next week
    Keep up the good work

  11. So good to have stumbled upon your blog. I was your old student! Definitely trying this tonight and coming back for more!

    1. hi Arwa, I remember you! So nice to hear from you. Yeah, try and give me feedback. 🙂 will come back soon with some more yummy recipes.

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