But not exactly the EASIEST.
Here are some ideas to make your party going a bit easier on your
1. Real Food Cheese Dip:: don't tell your family there's no Velveeta in it! I've been making HB's recipe for dinner and taking it to parties (crowd favorite!) In the comments, I wrote a minor change I've made to the recipe.
2. Low carb and nutrient dense:: Pull out a pretty platter and take a quick plate of cheese cubes, olives, nuts, and dried fruit. Kroger and Whole Foods makes this really easy. They have an olive bar and a giant cheese selection. Of course you can use jarred olives. Bonus points if you buy cute toothpicks.
3. High carb and kid friendly:: Fruit platter - quick rinse grapes, berries and slice up oranges or buy a bag of Cuties (easy to peel!). Remember if you take apple slices to sprinkle them with lemon, orange or pineapple juice. This step will keep the apples from turning brown.
4. Pop popcorn stovetop in coconut oil.
5. Hummus and veggie sticks, chips, or whatever strikes your fancy. You can make it homemade or grab a container at the store. Alton Brown adds baking soda when cooking chickpeas in a crock pot. This makes for creamy hummus.
|Lori's Pineapple Cheese ball|
7. Grab a jar of salsa and your favorite chips. Bonus if you wanna share some of your probiotic salsa.
8. Energy bars or balls take a bit more energy to make than opening a jar, but man, they are good. Best of all, you can feel good about your family snacking on them!
9. If you want to have a bit of sugar but not go overboard, coconut macaroons are an easy and relatively good for you cookie.
10. I've also been making low sugar no bake cookies and substituting some of the oats with coconut for easier digestion (grains, unless properly soaked or sprouted are difficult for the body to assimilate their nutrients). Of course you can make those cookies completely gluten free by using all coconut and no oats.
What have I missed? What do you like to take to parties?