Hosting a spring party but have no idea what to serve? No problem. I’m here to help. With these incredible and tasty meal ideas, your guests will be talking about your party until next spring.
Fresh, Easy And Colorful Apps
Adding in fresh fruits and vegetables to traditional dishes gives your party a colorful flair. For instance, strawberry ricotta bread is a fresh, colorful take for a beautiful spring appetizer. Plus, it’s insanely easy to make. Bake your favorite bread, lightly melt ricotta cheese on top and then top with fresh cut strawberries.
Guacamole dip is another popular option. Avocados are healthy, yet tasty. Get creative by adding in some jalapenos or even your favorite fruits. Think garden fresh. Have colorful tortilla chips nearby for dipping.
Try some antipasto kabobs as a quick and easy finger food. Soak tortellini and olives overnight in Italian dressing. Layer cheese tortellini, black olives and hard salami on a skewers. I know, it’s so simple!
Perfect Spring Entrees
One of my personal favorite entrees for a spring party is parmesan spring chicken. Start by coating boneless chicken breasts in parmesan coated panko bread crumbs and bake. Layer plates with baby greens and spinach leaves, pineapple hunks and sugar snap peas. Cover in your favorite vinaigrette dressing. Top with the chicken and wow your guests.
A great handheld entree are pretty much any type of wrap. I like sweet and spicy turkey wraps myself. Play around with the ingredients to make it your own. Fresh fruit kabobs make the perfect side.
Shrimp is a huge spring favorite. I could list so many recipes for this. I recommend trying tacos, wraps or even salads with fresh shrimp. Season to taste, though a bit of spice is always welcome to pep up your party.
Hand Held Dessert
I love apples and fried apple spring rolls fit perfectly into any spring party. They’re hand held and easy to make. For something colorful and super simple, I highly recommend doing a layered fruit salad with all your favorite fruits. Just be sure to drain all fruit first.
Sweet stuff, right?