Throwing a Party? 3 Easy Party Snacks

Party Snacks

Are you throwing a party during the silly season?

If so, then you want to be the hostess with most and be looking gorgeous and relaxed as you mingle with your guest.

From my experience, the art of throwing a successfully party (that doesn’t leave you running around like a mad woman) is to plan ahead and make party food that you can make in advance. That way you can enjoy the party just as much as your guests.

These are my top three, easy-peasy recipes that you can make several days in advance.

3 Easy Party Snacks

Salmon Pate

salmon pate

This salmon pate is a regular on my party menu list, either as an entree or as part of a mezze share board. This recipe is healthy for your heart and your brain with a winning nutrition combination of salmon and gelatine.

Salmon Pate Recipe →

Capsicum Cashew Dip

Capsicum Cashew Dip

I like to serve this dip as part of a mezze plate or with cheese and olives. It also works as a healthy snack or a flavour burst to my lunch time tuna salad wrap.

Capsicum is versatile vegetable that adds a nutrient burst to your diet. It is rich in beta carotene, vitamin A, vitamin C and is full of antioxidants to combat those free-radicals. It also aids digestion, boosts your immune system and energises your metabolism.

Capsicum Cashew Dip Recipe→

Chocolate Bliss Balls

Bliss Balls

Grab your food processor out and whip up these yummy and simple bliss balls. They are packed with goodness and will satisfy your craving for something sweet.

Chic Bliss Ball Recipe →

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