11 Best Healthy Appetizers | Healthy Appetizer Recipes

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Healthy Appetizers- Appetizer is a one of the three-course meal eaten before a meal or as the first part of it, with the other two being the main meal and the dessert.

The main purpose of this healthy appetizers is to stimulate one’s appetite (extra hungry) for the main meal. The easiest way is to stuff up your food with a variety of vegetables either as a food or drink.

These healthy appetizers are not meant to be a heap load of food on your plate remembering the purpose is to increase your urge for the main meal.

Trust me when I say this is the most neglected part of a meal. People believe it’s supposed to be served only at dinner dates or official dates, by the way, am hungry so I don’t need these appetizers.

It is a major way of applying a balanced diet to your meal. I’ll be giving you recipes that can easily be found, enjoyable, affordable and to extent get you satisfied without eating too much.


Yam Balls with Greenies

They look like the large egg roll but are made from yam. Yam is a major source of carbohydrate which is known to generate energy. They are just so yummy and with a little topping of any green vegetable, you just would want some more.

Plantain Chicken Rolls

Very healthy and most preferred to the regular flour rolls used as snacks. They’re so tasty with the yummy little minced fried chicken with the vegetables of choice. This recipe ignites that hungry lion in you to take more, but that’s where the main meal comes in.

Peppered Fried Goat Meat with Coleslaw.

This is the one I don’t joke with. I take it every time I get to the lounge my uncle runs and its so tasty. The pepper in it gives the unsatisfactory feeling. Taken with a cool fruit juice, I mean freshly squeezed can take you to heaven and never bring you back.

Peppered Canda (Kpomo) with Ugba.

peppered canda

This is good as a Sunday dinner before the stressful Monday morning Job. They are very enjoyable with the Ugba, which looks like a brown African salad mostly eaten by the eastern part of Nigeria. Seasoning with a whole lot of pepper, onion, and greenies makes it very tasty. The fun of it is the lack of nutrients the kpomo gives making you lose or gain anything only but the urge to eat.

Green Eggs

This recipe is an appetizer found in few regions. Very nutritious and can ignite hunger. Like I said before, this is the only means at which the diet can be balanced.

Swordfish Barbeque

Very appetizing when properly marinated with the appropriate ingredients. My mom is a fan of this best appetizer. She could lie to my dad over a swordfish barbeque. The protein could be replaced with any other type of fish of choice but I just love this one.

Vegetable Kebabs

Grilled vegetable kebabs are a great low-calorie alternative and still very nutritious. If this isn’t on the menu, ask for a side of grilled vegetables as your appetizer.

Peanut Chicken

This is actually yummy and can initiate hunger. This can also serve as a snack which is very easy and quick to make. You can have this over at a get-together with friends. Try the peanut chicken today.

Congested Mushrooms

Mushrooms help keep the portion size down. Mushroom caps filled with cheese and breadcrumbs have less than 50 calories each. That means you can have a whole lot of it and still not have crossed your fat limit for a day.

Vegetable Soup

A bowl of low-calorie soup such as a tomato vegetable soup can curb how much you eat during the rest of the meal. Stay away from cream-based vegetable soups including canned soups, which are higher in calories, high sodium, and saturated fats.


Edamame, a popular appetizer in Asian and Japanese restaurants is a preparation of immature soybeans in its pod. Either boiled or steamed, it’s amazing once the soybeans are found in your taste glands. A 100g of this Edamame has 122 calories and 5 grams of fat.

 Sliced Peppers with Salsa

Easily made by cutting up tomatoes, red and green bell peppers, onion, lime juice, jalapeno pepper or other veggies, and use them as chips for dipping in salsa. You remain under 50 calories no matter the quantity.

Never forget, you are what you eat.

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