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Oscar Party Snacks
 
   
 


It’s the day of the Oscars! Do you like to watch the Oscars? I sure do! I’ve collected some HGG recipe classics to create a fun…

Oscar Party Snack Menu! 

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Organic Corn Chips with Bean Dip

Serves Four

Ingredients:

8, 100% organic Non-Gmo corn tortillas (2 small tortillas per person)

2-3 teaspoons organic unrefined coconut oil

Sea Salt, a pinch

Directions: 

Cut tortillas in half and in half again to make triangles

Spread triangle tortilla chips out on a baking sheet and drizzle evenly with coconut oil and add sea salt

Bake at 500 degrees for 5 minutes or until crispy to your liking

Heat 2 containers of Pacific Natural Foods Organic Refried Beans on stove top and serve with tortilla chips!

Originally from the HGG Blog Post: Super Bowl Party Snacks

 

Cheery Cherry Sparkler 

Ingredients:

4 ounces sparkling water

1/2 tablespoon Genki-Su Pear

1 skewer of frozen cherries

Directions:

Add sparkling water and Genki-Su to a small cup

With a skewer add fresh or frozen cherries

Place skewer or stir straw in glass and enjoy!

Originally from the HGG Blog Post “New Year’s Eve Drinks”

 

Sweet Potato Mole Tacos

Serves 2-3

Ingredients:

1 medium sweet potato

1 tablespoon organic unrefined coconut oil

6 small organic corn tortillas

1 packet Simply Organic mole sauce

1 cup water

1 medium avocado

1/2 white onion

Fresh cilantro

Directions:

Preheat oven to 425 degrees F.

Wash and chop sweet potato into small cubes

Evenly spread sweet spuds on a baking sheet and coat with coconut oil

Bake for 15-20 minutes or until sweet spuds are evenly cooked

Meanwhile as spuds are baking, it’s time to make mole sauce!

I love the organic mole sauce packet from simply organics

To make mole sauce, follow packet directions, which calls to 1. Mix packet contents with 1 cup warm water in saucepan over medium heat, stirring until completely dissolved.
2. Bring mixture to a boil, then stir constantly for 20 seconds. Remove from heat, and pour into a small-medium size bowl

Once mole is made, it’s time to make the avocado guacamole

With a chef’s knife or kitchen knife cut avocado in half and removed the pit. Spoon avocado into a small bowl and mash with a fork, walla! Guacamole.

Next chop white onion, and place into a small bowl

Wash cilantro, and place into a small bowl

Once sweet spuds have finished cooking, remove from the oven and transfer into a medium size bowl

Lastly heat tortillas by placing them on the same baking sheet that was used to make the sweet spuds and place the baking sheet back into the oven for 60 seconds. When tortillas are toasted, place on a plate

All ingredients are now ready!

I like to place all of the ingredients in individual bowls so everyone can make and plate their own tacos family style.

 Originally from the HGG Blog Post “Sweet Spud Mole Tacos” 

 

Coconut Buttered Popcorn

Ingredients:

1/4 cup organic popcorn kernels

1 tablespoon organic unrefined coconut butter (oil)

Dash of sea salt

Directions:

In a stovetop pan, I use a small to medium sauce pan, on medium heat, add popcorn kernels and coconut butter, and place lid on. Slowly move the stovetop pan around in a circular motion over the burner, so as to slightly rotate the kernels inside. As the coconut butter melts, this will also help each popcorn kernel become evenly coated with coconut butter. If you do not do this step, the kernels will stick and stay in place and can burn. Continue to slowly move the stovetop pan around on top of the burner until all the kernels are popped inside or they begin to slow down with a few seconds in between each pop. Be careful when removing the lid, some popcorn kernels can POP out! Transfer into a large bowl and sprinkle with a dash of sea salt. Eat immediately! Best when warm, but also makes for a great snack later!

Originally from the HGG Blog Post “Coconut Buttered Popcorn” 

 

Comment below and let me know if you’re watching the Oscars! Of course if you try any of these recipes I’d love to know too!

1 Comment
  1. Danny  -  March 17, 2014  -  11:35 am

    OMG! I love the creativity. :) Can’t believe I just found you. All of these recipes look delicious and amazing.

    Danny :)



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