5 Indulgently Healthy Holiday Party Snacks

It’s (still) the most wonderful time of the year! Sparkling holiday season and all. of. the. food. If you’re hosting a holiday party or bringing a dish, we’re sharing some indulgently healthy easy-peasy recipe inspo to keep your guests’ eyes wide and stomachs full.

Roasted Butternut Squash Hummus

You don’t know how much you love hummus, until you’ve tried the right one. Take this creamy twist on simple chips and dip and indulge your friends with something a little healthier with Roasted Butternut Squash Hummus. The squash added to the hummus recipe adds smoothness and a touch of sweetness to bring in that extra holiday cheer. Get dipping. 

Maple-Dijon Roasted Winter Vegetables

Maple-smothered anything during the holidays is always a guaranteed win. There is nothing like real maple syrup from a small East Coast farm to get you in the cozy holiday mood. And this lip-smacking Maple-Dijon Roasted Winter Vegetables recipe with artisanal syrup drizzled on roasted root veggies is a treat that will keep your guests coming back for more.

Turmeric Hot Apple Cider

Mix up the crisp sweetness of apples with the spice of turmeric for a cup of Turmeric Hot Apple Cider. Not only a great pick me up, turmeric also nourishes your cardiovascular and digestive systems – on top of all of its skin saving benefits.

Espresso Cacao & Coconut Truffles

Every holiday party needs a great dessert (preferably more than one but who’s asking?). These truffles are made with espresso powder and are refined sugar free, a perfect treat with a boost of coconut sweetness. They give you a caffeine boost and pair perfectly with a holiday martini.

Chocolate Pear Cake

Treat your girlfriends like a first lady. This chocolate pear cake is one of many healthy desserts that the White House’s head pastry chef, Bill Yosses prepared for Michelle Obama and the First Family. Instead of traditional ingredients, it contains natural sweeteners, gut-healthy Greek yogurt and a little hint of tang. Indulge, guiltlessly.

Cheers to a healthy, happy 2018!