10 Healthy Appetizer Ideas + Recipes

By: Wendy Wu, R.D., M.S.

1) Ricotta Crostini

Ricotta Crostini HappyDietitian

-Brandon Maya Johnson’s Truffle Honey, Lime Confetti, & the Ricotta Crostini Recipe!

If you prefer a salty version, skip the honey + lime. Rub the baguette with garlic and sprinkle with sea salt.

2) Guacamole Bruschetta

Salsa Avocado Brussetta HappyDietitian

– Kelly Senyei’s Guacamole Brushetta Recipe.

3) Marinated Mushrooms

Marinated Mushrooms Happy Dietitian

-Jamie’s Marinated Mushroom Recipe.

4) Hummus and Whole Wheat Baked Pita

Hummus Happy Dietitian
Photo Source: Becky Luigart-Stayner; Styling: Cindy Barr, Jan Gautro, Leigh Ann Ross

-Homemade Hummus from myrecipes.com

5) Summer Rolls

California Summer Rolls Happy Dietitian

-Hmong’s California Summer Rolls Recipe.

6) Chipotle Lime Shrimp

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-Kevin Lynch’s Chipotle Lime Shrimp Recipe.

7) Mini Caprese Bites

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-Kate’s Mini Caprese Bites Recipe.

or Mozzarella Tomato Basil Sticks

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or Greek Salad Skewers

tomato mozzarella happy dietitianvia mybakingaddiction.com

8) Carrot, Celery and Cucumber Dip

Carrots and Celery happy dietitianvia Spearmintbaby

9) Baked Egg in Half an Avocado (@ 425 F).

baked avocado happy dietitianVia Pinterest Cache.lifehacker

10) Crostini with Figs, Prosciutto and Goat Cheese

Prosciutto fig happy dietitian

-FoodieBride’s Recipe

Hope you enjoyed these wonderful pictures and recipes. Make sure you visit their website and leave a comment!

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Have you read my other Healthy Food related Posts?

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11 thoughts on “10 Healthy Appetizer Ideas + Recipes

  1. and thank you so much for including my Marinated Mushrooms in your post! Great post btw I looked at the other recipes and they look fabulous! thinking I will use a few of them!

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