Have you ever been invited to a party and you don’t know what to bring? Or are you planning to do a party at Christmas day and you don’t know what to do?
Making a healthy platter is an art especially if is about to put healthy ingredients all together.
If you can master the art of the healthy party platter is all you need to surprise people and make everybody happy.
Just think: It’s the perfect appetizer situation. First, making one super simple, since it’s almost all about assembly rather than labour – intensive cooking.
Second, If you do it right, it basically doubles a decor since it would bring a gorgeous mix of colours and textures.
And finally, it’s all about variety there will always be something for everyone (lots of exciting flavours) to eat.
A perfect platter should contain protein, antioxidants, fibre, vitamins, minerals and good fats for instance:
cheese, salmon, blueberries, strawberries, veggies, roasted nuts, and much more.
Cheese is one of my favorites , because with a little will make you feel satisfied, it provides protein and calcium.
You can choose at least two kinds for your platter.
Veggies add colours, fibre and antioxidant, also add water volume to fill us up. For example: Radish, carrots, peppers, celery, tomatoes, broccoli and always get a dip from supermarket it could be:
hummus or any other you would like.
Sweet: Add some dry fruits to your plate ; it gives a little bit of sugar like: apricots, dried cherries, cranberries, or simply fresh fruit like : grapes, strawberries, blueberries.
Roasted nuts: cayenne flavour and crunch or tamari nuts. They are fantastic to add a little but of spice to the nuts.
Olives: good source of source and omega 3 spicy!
Crackers: grains free, make them at home If you like.
It will give you fibre and lots of healthy and protein.
So Christmas is all about to share and to enjoy your time with family and friends and why not have…