Girls’ Night In is the perfect excuse to catch up with friends for a good cause! Parties are often all about the food and drinks, which can make it hard to stick to healthy habits. With these tips, the good news is that your night in doesn’t have to be overly indulgent!
You don’t have to deprive yourself or your guests from delicious snacks and treats. Instead, try these simple options to help make it a night to remember whilst keeping it healthy.
Toss chickpeas with spices and macadamia oil and bake in the oven until crispy.
Fruit kebabs with yoghurt dip
A colourful crowd-pleaser – elevate your favourite fruit by adding them onto skewers. Then why not give them a delicious yoghurt dip for a creamy flavour contrast?
Peanut butter apples
Drizzle apple slices with warm peanut butter and top with granola and dried fruit for a healthy dessert.
At its simplest, nice cream is frozen bananas blended up into soft serve, but add in additional ingredients like almond butter, berries or nuts, and it’s like you are making your own custom ice cream.
Sweet potato or zucchini chips
Slice the sweet potatoes as thinly as possible to maximise the crispiness. Add some tahini dressing or avocado dip.
DIY trail mix
Combine your favourite unsalted nuts with some cranberries and dark chocolate chips.
Always a great addition to a girls night, especially when you’re watching a movie, opt for plain popcorn without the added butter and salt.
Dark chocolate dipped strawberries or bananas
Melt dark chocolate in a pot the night before and dip the fruit into it before placing it on a tray with baking paper, before putting them in the freezer.
Carrots, cucumbers or capsicum slices with some hummus or avocado dip.
Jug of non-alcoholic drink
Add a selection of sliced fruit and herbs with mineral water to feel satisfied without the added sugar or alcohol. Mint, cucumber and lemon is a popular flavour, or try strawberries and lime.
Now you’ve got what you’ll be snacking on sorted, it’s time to sign up to support Queenslanders impacted by a women’s cancer.
When you register as a Girls’ Night In host, you’ll receive a host kit packed with everything you need, including ideas, tips and promotional materials to use at your event such as posters and cards.