Hosting game night? These appetizer recipes are the perfect Paleo option.
Fresh Salmon Ceviche with Cucumbers and Radishes
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Salmon ceviche is a fun twist on a classic dish. A 3-ounce serving of salmon offers over 20 grams of high-quality protein.
Get the recipe: Fresh Salmon Ceviche with Cucumbers and Radishes
Pistachio Turkey Meatballs with Cilantro Pesto Sauce
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Resist the urge to pick up those frozen meatballs filled with who knows what and whip these Pistachio Turkey Meatballs up instead. Not only are you getting heart-smart mono- and polyunsaturated fats from the pistachios, but you're also increasing your fiber and protein intake. Wonderful Pistachios makes Roasted and Salted and Lightly Salted Pistachios with no shells, so you can cut your prep time in half.
Get the recipe: Pistachio Turkey Meatballs with Cilantro Pesto Sauce
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Spanish Garlic Shrimp
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Step up your traditional shrimp cocktail (and keep it both paleo and Mediterranean diet–friendly) with this delicious and nutritious recipe for Spanish Garlic Shrimp. Shrimp meets nearly 100 percent of your daily needs for selenium—an important nutrient that supports a healthy heart and immune system.
Get the recipe: Spanish Garlic Shrimp
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Curried Chicken Skewers
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This delicious and nutritious chicken skewer combines the beautiful flavors of curry with a coconut-based yogurt to create a Paleo-perfect appetizer.
Get the recipe: Curried Chicken Skewers
Photo: Go Dairy Free
Avocado Deviled Eggs
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One egg delivers over 6 grams of protein. It also contains choline, an essential nutrient most people don't get enough of. Combine this powerhouse food with the heart-healthy fats from the avocado and you've got yourself a crowd-pleasing appetizer that vegetarians and carnivores will both devour.
Get the recipe: Avocado Deviled Eggs
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Sesame Orange Baked Chicken Wings
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Sweetened with a light drizzle of honey (Paleo-approved in most cases), these wings are sure to please any palate. Serve then alongside celery, carrots, and other fresh veggies to balance out your spread.
Get the recipe: Sesame Orange Baked Chicken Wings
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Cajun Cauliflower Bites
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Filled with vitamins, minerals, and fiber, cauliflower is a great Paleo-friendly vegetable you can enjoy freely. Enjoy it with a dip of your choice (I suggested this Cilantro Pesto) and you'll be well on your way to meeting your five servings of veggies.
Get the recipe: Cajun Cauliflower Bites
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