The end of the school year is a time to reflect and celebrate successes and kick off the festive season. Celebrations often mean parties full of sweets and chips and very few healthy options.
Why not balance the usual feast and make the party spread bright and colourful with our delicious and fun party food.
Try these party poppers:
Festive pikelet creations
Have fun and get fruit and fibre into the day! Try our super easy banana pikelet recipe. Get the kids to design their very own festive creation!
Variation: If you don’t have bananas, add ½ cup fresh or frozen berries or sultanas to the mix before cooking. You can make plain ones too.
Our festive Christmas tree pizza recipe is a healthy and tasty option for the lunch box or perfect for a party platter. A delicious way to get 1 of the recommended 5 serves of vegies!
Top tip: Get creative and use whatever vegies you have available to decorate the ‘trees’.
Also known as apple and date bliss balls, this recipe is an ideal sweet treat for the celebration table.
Top tip: Make a double batch and freeze what you don’t need, then you have a quick and easy snack on hand.
Fruit and veg Christmas creations
Get the kids to help make some ‘Santa hats’ made from grapes, banana and strawberries. Or make your own Christmas trees by threading sliced cucumbers onto a toothpick and top with a carrot star. Super quick and super cute.
Easy peasy watermelon trees
You can’t go wrong with a watermelon Christmas tree on a hot day! The ‘trunk’ of the watermelon makes a mess-free handle to hold.
Snowman vegie platter
Make a snowman platter using assorted vegies and tzatziki dip.
Top tip: You can use what fresh vegies and fruit you have available.
- Make a bowl of guacamole and serve with cucumber sticks and red capsicum strips for a colourful festive sharing plate.
- Sausage rolls are a must for the party table! Whip up a batch of our beef and veg sausage rolls.
All the recipes and ideas are nut-free to make sharing food a bit easier.