Paleo Antipasto Platter

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10 MIN
5 SERVING
Easy

PROTEIN

52 g

CARBS

131 g

CALORIES

1201 kcal

SUGAR

40 g

cholesterol

305 mg

FAT

17 g

Ingredients

Serving

cherry tomatoes ( or grape tomatoes )

5 cherry

sweet pepper

5 pepper

goat cheese ( more info in step 1 )

50 g

meat ( more info in step 1 )

100 g

artichoke hearts

5 heart

kalamata olives ( or any large green variety )

25 olive, pitted

plantains ( chips )

100 g

crackers ( Nut thins (crackers made from nut flour) )

20 crackers

Paleo Antipasto Platter

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Instructions

Step 1

Arrange artfully on a platter and serve!
Note: Goat cheese stuffed sweet peppers – slice in half and put a pea-sized amount of tomato basil (or another savory flavor) goat cheese inside

Meat sticks, cut into bite-size pieces - look for brands that use humanely raised meats, no preservatives, and paleo ingredients (I used the cracked pepper by Vermont Smoke and Cure)

Among all of the hot dips and gooey delectables that have become mainstays of the game-day eating and party snacks, it can be a challenge to serve appetizers that hold up to high nutritional standards.

Hosting a party of any kind can be made easier with paleo-friendly poppable so you don’t have to stress about maintaining your healthy eating style and instead, can focus on your guests and the game. Paleo eaters can enjoy the party without having to bring attention to any special ways of eating because these appetizers are a hit with any crowd.

A standard vegetable tray with avocado ranch dip is always a game day win. Add to the assortment with an impressive paleo antipasto platter that looks gorgeous on your snack buffet.

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