Healthy New Years Eve Appetizers for Kids
If you are hosting a New Year’s Eve party or just celebrating at home, it is always fun to have a variety of healthy New Year’s Eve appetizers for the little’s to munch on while you wait for the countdown!
Once Christmas is over, it seems like we are ready to start fresh and get back to normal eating routines. Then comes New Years Eve…….food is always plentiful and can often be so heavy. We love to party on New Year’s Eve and food is always a fun part of that. These are some great appetizers that include plenty of fruits, veggies and whole foods that will leave you feeling energized by the time midnight rolls around instead of sluggish and over full!
Healthy New Year’s Eve Appetizers for Kids
Festive Veggie Cups with Homemade Veggie Dip
Fruit and Cream Cheese Crackers
New Year’s Sparkling Mocktails
Mushroom Pizza Bites
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Great ideas! I love the idea of the fruit nachos. So fun and a great way to make fruit a dessert. My family also loves breaded cheese sticks, but I would normally never think to make them. Your healthy version is just the motivation I needed and my will think they are getting an extra special treat. Thanks for sharing.
Can’t wait for 2013 and all these ideas look scrumptious!
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Having a get together at my house tonight and already planned to make your crunchy mozzarella cheese sticks. Thanks for sharing the idea! I love making delicious food healthy.
Planning a year-end celebration with family? Make sure your children have as much fun as everyone else. Our wonderful ideas will ensure you and your children will bring in the New Year with a bang.
Hi! In this post the coconut balls are a golden color but in the actual post on how to make them the coconut balls are white. What did you do to them to make them gold (that is our theme color and would love for them to be gold)
Hi Nicole, I realize this is coming to you a bit late for New Year’s, I apologize! We got the gold color by rolling the balls in gold-colored sugar.