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A classic party dip, this guacamole gets extra flavor from its low-fat cheese topping.
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Making homemade tortilla chips and a chunky, delicious salsa is easy with this recipe.
Tired of tomato salsas? Mix it up with a sweet mango and onion dip.
Don't toss the unused artichoke leaves when making this dip -- they can be served alongside toasted bread for an impressive presentation.
For a low-carb option, use endive leaves as edible spoons for this omega-3-rich dip.
Feta cheese and pine nuts lend extra flavor to this zesty appetizer.
This smoky, ancho-spiced dip is full of healthy omega-3 fats.
A spicy spin on the white-bean version, this pinto bean dip is surprisingly lean for its creamy texture.
Add some beta carotene to your game-day spread with this colorful sweet potato hummus.
This fiber-rich chickpea dip is flavored with ginger, cumin, and cilantro.
Chickpeas and cannellini beans are mixed with herbs and spices in this chunky chip topping.
These healthier french fries are still satisfyingly crunchy, but have less fat and salt than the traditional version.
A bowl of this quinoa salad will help you sneak some whole grains in to your party.
This crunchy mixture of veggies, grains, and pepitas, or pumpkin seeds, makes a great side dish.
Even the pickiest of partygoers will appreciate a familiar Caesar salad at the buffet.
This flavorful side dish is seasoned with a shallot-and-garlic vinaigrette.
Who knew potato skins could be this healthy? Instead of cheddar and bacon, jazz up a sweet potato with greens and tasty ricotta cheese.
This whole-grain pilaf works well as a savory side dish.
Hearty enough for a whole meal, this taco salad is made with lean ground turkey and topped with nonfat yogurt.
The perfect finger food, tacos are a fun way to serve up veggies and fiber-rich legumes.
Chile powder brings a hint of smoky flavor to this taco, made with grilled red snapper and a mix of vegetables.
Chicken breasts gain a smoky richness and a little heat from marinating in adobo, a tangy Mexican chile sauce.
These quesadillas can be cut into eights or quarters so that all of your guests can try a sample.
This recipe makes 24 skewers, stacked with grilled veggies, chicken, and bread.
Instead of fat-laden buffalo wings, serve this crispy alternative to fried chicken.
Jamaican jerk sauce gives this chicken a spicy kick. Skewer the chicken to make it more finger-food friendly.
Instead of ordering delivery, whip up your own pizza topped with veggies and made with whole-wheat crust.
Warm and hearty, chili has long been a football favorite -- and this meatless version will not disappoint!
Whole-wheat pita bread forms the crust for these wedges of yellow-pepper and mozzarella pizza with homemade tomato sauce.
If you're in the mood for something fried, try this recipe for buttermilk-battered fish and crispy olive-oil potatoes.
Herb-crusted calamari provides protein and adds texture to this mix of citrus and greens.
This recipe for lightly breaded pork, wilted spinach, and yam fries serves four for dinner.
This inventive sandwich shows that hearty burgers don't have to be high in saturated fat.
This simple meal comes together easily right before kickoff -- or, you can assemble and refrigerate the slaw earlier in the day.
This recipe makes 20 large shrimp skewers and a tomato-basil relish for dipping.
Whether you're hosting one or one hundred, these recipes will make any occasion memorable. Healthy Entertaining
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