Valentine’s Day is a great time for a party. Whether it is a party at the office party or a celebration at your child’s school, Valentine’s day is the perfect time to show off your paleo cooking skills. Whether you are looking to make some sweet treats to drop off at our child’s school or you want to make some appetizers that will impress your co-workers, there is no easier way than a party to show everyone the beauty of paleo. And as an added bonus, you will know that you and your loved ones will have healthy eating options available.
So let’s say that you are bringing some treats to your child’s Valentine’s day party. Rather than going to the grocery store and picking out some treats, take some time to consider the many healthy paleo treats that are available to you. When done right, you will have treats that even the pickiest non-paleo eater will love. You just want to look for something that is easy to make in batches, easy for little hands to eat, and something that offers little to no mess.
Look for paleo versions of these popular kids treats:
- Dark Chocolate candies
- Paleo/Keto Cookies
- Cake pops
- Fruit roll-ups
- Hard candies
- Paleo Nutella served with graham crackers
Of course, if you are having Valentine’s day party at work, you might want something more than the above snacks. Instead, you might want to look for some more sophisticated food options like finger foods and appetizers. Even though these foods are and a bit harder to prepare, they will be sure to impress your non-paleo friends.
Some examples include:
— Chicken wings and drumsticks
— Fried Zucchini with dip
— Stuffed mushrooms
— Paleo chicken nuggets
— Sausage balls
— Buffalo chicken bites with dip
— Pizza Bites
— Sausage skewers
— Sweet potato bites
One of the best things about the holidays is the opportunity to share a bit of your paleo journey with others in an open and easy way. Making the above paleo treats to bring to your Valentine’s day party is sure to be a hit, whether at your child’s school or at the office.
What is your favorite Valentine’s Day Treat? Have a treat idea you would like to share. Let me know and I will add it to our list.