Healthy New Year's Eve Party Recipes

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By: , SparkPeople Blogger
12/28/2011 6:00 AM   :  4 comments   :  9,354 Views

It’s time to say farewell to challenging 2011 and enjoy a fresh start in 2012. SparkPeople wants to help you ring in the New Year and achieve your personal health and fitness goals. A challenge with holiday cooking is that it revolves around parties, traditions, and expectations of calorie-rich, fatty, and sugar- sweet dishes. We’ve gathered our top party recipes from SparkRecipes to help you get 2012 started on the right foot with fun, healthy and tasty dishes that will make your gathering the toast of the town. 
 
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Desserts:What are you doing on New Year's Eve? What healthy dishes will you prepare?
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  • 4
    Those Spinach Brownies sound absolutely yummy! I can hardly wait to try them and also the Black Bean and Sausage Soup. The soup sounds so hearty and filling - great for supper on a cold winter night.

    Since it's just DH and me for New Years, I'll be making our traditional French Onion Soup. I skinnied down the recipe and posted it on SparkRecipes. The nutrition information there actually includes the cheese and bread topping. - 12/29/2011   12:03:51 PM
  • 3
    GREAT!!! - 12/28/2011   2:33:42 PM
  • 2
    WooHoo. - 12/28/2011   1:34:34 PM
  • 1
    Thank you for sharing the recipes I will sure try them out. - 12/28/2011   10:58:29 AM

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