So it appears that Christmas is upon us! But no need to worry, MaseTV has you covered with some delicious healthy treats to entertain your guests!
#5: Watermelon Snow Man! This just makes my mouth water! It is a simple recipe that only requires watermelons, you can also you strawberries or raspberries. For the GROWN folks, feel free to soak your fruits in your favorite liquor and be ready for a night to remember!
#4: Deviled Eggs! No Christmas dinner is complete without deviled eggs. When you eat two deviled eggs, you consume one whole hard-boiled egg, about 0.5 tablespoons of mayonnaise and just a trace of mustard and seasonings. The small amount of mayonnaise, mustard and seasonings means they don’t supply much in the way of beneficial nutrients — except for the fact that mustard adds sodium and mayonnaise contributes calories, fat, sodium and vitamin K. Two deviled eggs have 126 calories, of which 78 come from the egg, 47 from mayonnaise and 1 calorie from mustard. You’ll get 6 grams of complete protein, all from the egg.
#3:Peanut Butter Covered Apples with Bits of DarkChocolate! Apples with peanut butter are actually a very healthy snack to eat any time of the day. Although apples with peanut butter is a snack that is high in calories and fat, it is nothing you need to be concerned about as long as you choose natural peanut butter over regular.
#2: Baked Parmesan Garlic Sliders! Crispy seasoned chicken topped with a warm marinara and melty cheese, all served on a rustic roll. Perfection in every bite! Great appetizer for a holiday party.
#1: Fruit Christmas Tree! Christmas is not complete without a christmas tree! This treat besides being delicious and healthy, makes for a great center piece!
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