Low Calorie Appetizers
Our healthy, low-calorie appetizers make the perfect start to any occasion. Choose from light and tangy salsas, spicy spreads, veggie dips, and more for healthy, low-calorie appetizers that will please your guests every time.See Popular Low Calorie Appetizers Recipes
A mix of all-purpose, whole-wheat and rye flours, plus oats, wheat germ and cormeal, adds hearty texture and heart-healthy fiber to these dinner rolls. Serve with soup, salad, pasta or anything that needs sopped up.
Creamy brie gets melty and even more decadent when you bake it for just five minutes.
Add satisfying salty and rich flavors to roasted asparagus by wrapping bundles of the vegetables in slices of bacon.
Herb biscuits and turkey make this appetizer almost enough for a light meal.
All of the components of an everything bagel, including sesame seeds, poppy seeds, garlic and onion, make an appearance in these crispy crackers.
Who knew peaches pair so well with cabbage? This Asian-inspired grilled vegetable side dish will be a hit at your next barbecue.
If you like hummus, you'll love this warm slow cooker bean dip. Try it for your next tailgating or holiday party.
Pair this soup with a green salad for a light lunch or serve as dessert with dinner. Pineapple, bananas, mango, and litchis team up in a cinnamon-, rum-, and ginger-flavored broth. Banana peppers add just the right amount of zing.
These mini party appetizers are cooked in the slow cooker, freeing up the host for other projects. Cranberry sauce adds a touch of sweetness to these treats.
Ground chicken or turkey is great in this recipe, too. The filling is spicy, so the cool cucumber salsa is a refreshing accompaniment.
Step aside, store-bought hummus. This homemade bean spread goes above and beyond with crumbled prosciutto folded in (and sprinkled on top).
Simmer chicken meatballs in a rich, fruity sauce for a party appetizer that will disappear in a flash. Prefer to serve without toothpicks? Stack each meatball on top of a slice of crostini.
El Salvador shares Mexico's love of masa, a corn flour dough used for the base of these stuffed patties. Vegetarians can use extra cheese in place of the pork.