12 light appetizers for the New Year’s Eve aperitif

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Running out of ideas to kick off the New Year’s festivities? Here is a selection of 12 light appetizers for the New Year’s Eve aperitif!

Before the New Year’s festivities begin, there is nothing better to start the evening and get your feet moving than with some gourmet appetizers! Served as an aperitif, there are many types, all as original as each other:

  • Des toasts ;
  • Spoons;
  • Verrini;
  • Savory rolls;
  • puff pastry;
  • samosas;
  • Skewers;
  • Or tartlet slices.

Vegetables and fish for light appetizers

For light versions, we prefer preparations based on vegetables, fish, or fresh cheese. We do not cut the spices (vinegar, spices, fresh herbs, etc.) in order to bring delicacy to the small bites.

You can also bet on the seed if you want to preserve your line. Cashew nuts, almonds, hazelnuts or even pumpkin seeds… They are easy to put on the table and make everyone happy. And even better, we can say that all oilseeds (except peanuts, which are too fatty) are good for your health, as long as they are not too salty or roasted.

The most important thing is above all to have fun as an aperitif so that the year ends in style and (above all) with greed. Here is a selection of 12 festive and light appetizers for the New Year’s aperitif.

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