Healthy Entertaining 2016

5 Healthy Appetizers

  1. Savory Green Pea Party Spread. Mix it up at your next party and put out Savory Green Pea Party Spread instead of ranch dip. Your guests will love it!
  2. Roasted Herbed Artichokes w/Leeks. Start dinner off right with a hands on appetizer. Not only will the artichokes look beautiful standing alone on plates, but everyone will beg you for the recipe. Recipe: Roasted Herbed Artichokes w/Leeks
  3. Bruschetta. Don’t blink because bruschetta will fly off the platter at your next party. Try these taste bud pleasing recipes: Bruschetta w/Roasted Sweet Red Peppers or Mushroom Bruschetta.
  4. Broiled Tomatoes & Cheese. An easy appetizer for any last-minute get together. Recipe: Broiled Tomatoes & Cheese
  5. Artichoke Ceviche in Belgian Endive. Make a new party favorite among your guests. With a little effort this appetizer is sure to impress all party goers. Recipe: Artichoke Ceviche in Belgian Endive

5 Healthy Beverages

  1. Orange Juice. Orange juice is an excellent source of vitamin C to help stave of winter colds. Dress it up a little bit at your next brunch with this recipe: Orange Delight Juice.
  2. Frosty Drinks. Everyone looks forward to summer. Serve up these frosty combinations in the dead of winter and everyone will thank you for the sunny perspective. Recipes: California Strawberry & Cling Peach Frost | Orange Banana Frosty
  3. Pear Nog. A rich and creamy beverage that will warm anyone up on a cold day. Recipe: Pear Nog
  4. Fizz. Make any juice into a party favorite by mixing it with seltzer or sparkling water. Start with our Grapefruit Fizz.
  5. Apple Cider. Kids of all ages love apple cider! Heat it up with cinnamon sticks to warm up after a sledding party or serve over ice with dinner.

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