Holiday Appetizers: Something for Everyone

Throwing a holiday party? Don’t stress about your guests’ special dietary needs. We’ve got you covered!
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Throwing a holiday party? Don’t stress about your guests’ special dietary needs. We’ve got you covered with healthy recipes for everyone on your invite list.

Vegan

Everyone will be drooling over this roasted tomato appetizer, including all the non-vegetarians.

Kid-Friendly

These easy-to-grab mini turkey meatballs will have the little ones begging for more. They’re also heart-healthy and suited for those with diabetes.

Heart Healthy

Your guests who are watching their cholesterol won't believe how creamy and delicious these little apps are! They’re made with a touch of cream cheese, low fat cottage cheese and nonfat milk.

Diabetic-Friendly

These perfectly portioned mini quiches contain 4 grams of carbs per serving. They’re a definite crowd-pleaser.

Dairy-Free

Impress your guests with these simple and delicious chicken sate skewers. They'll be a home run with both adults and kids.

Gluten-Free

Liven up your party with these sweet potato chips. For additional dips, try hummus or guacamole.

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