For New Year’s Eve I like to have a buffet of snacks to munch on throughout the day and into the night. Grazing is my favorite way to eat!
Buffalo Hummus by Matt Frazier~Angela from Oh She Glows shared this recipe back in October when the No Meat Athlete book was released. Hummus combined with the tangy, burn-your-lips spiciness of buffalo sauce, perfect!
Roasted Kale Chips with Sea Salt and Vinegar from Kalyn’s Kitchen~There are a TON of different variations on kale chips available all over the internet, but these are one of my favorites. I’ve also made a cheezy version which is fabulous as well.
Cujo Chow by Your Vegan Mom from Bake and Destroy: Good Food for Bad Vegans~”Rabid Puppy Chow fans might recognize some of these ingredients. (Heh, get it? Rabid.) “Puppy Chow,” for the rest of you, is the somewhat unappetizing name for the traditional mix of chocolate, peanut butter, and rice cereal that showed up most often at sleepovers and school parties. In this version I’ve added some tasty new elements and even a superfood or two for good measure.”
Black Rice Phyllo Tarts from Allyson Kramer~Rice, some nuts, spices and berries and store bought phyllo dough come together to create a stunning, but simple hors d’oeuvre.
Tomato & Basil Bruschetta from Fit Sugar~he classic Italian appetizer highlights the flavors of fresh ingredients unchanged by cooking and is a perfect snack.
Sun-dried Tomato and Chili-Walnut Layered Dip from Fit Sugar~This sun-dried tomato and chili-walnut layered dip is vegan and gluten-free. It’s also delicious and will look great on any party spread. The dip combines the subtle taste of lemon with sun-dried tomato and a hint of chili.
Energize Me Fruit Dip from Oh She Glows~A healthy version of the commonly found fruit dip at holiday gatherings; made with bananas, milk, nut butter and chia seeds.
What are your plans for New Year’s Eve?