Healthy Party Food: Tomato Pops

When planning your party its easy to find ideas for lots of sweet treats, but when you come across some really cute healthy ideas for fruit and veggies then you’re definitely on to a winner.

Today we have a super easy and healthy party food recipe to share – Let us show you how to make tomato pops. 

Have you ever wished your favorite dish was healthier? I know I have. Whether it’s a birthday, holiday, or just an every day dinner – sometimes we crave the unhealthy dishes. Don’t worry! There are ways to enjoy your favorite dishes without feeling guilty about it.

For example, these tomato pops may be the perfect solution for you. They combine all of the flavors of a great antipasto platter with healthy ingredients that are good for you too.

They’re also easy to make and relatively inexpensive – bonus!

Healthy party food idea tomato pops with cream cheese

These healthy tomato pops are perfect for Christmas parties with their bright red colour but would work well at any party or picnic and are sure to tempt your guests all year round. 

We all know many of those store-bought snacks are loaded with salt, fat, and sugar. Try these tomato pops instead! With just five minutes and three ingredients, you’ll have the perfect tasty appetizer for your next gathering.

During the summer, it’s the season for picnics, cookouts, and parties. And that means it’s time to scour Pinterest for ideas on what to serve. This is easy when it’s just a BBQ or potluck, but when you’re hosting a party where guests do not bring food dishes, it can be more challenging.

One way to make sure that your guests have healthy options is to offer healthy snacks as well as other dishes. That way, people who are trying to eat healthier can still go with their friends without feeling left out of the fun.

This easy and quick tomato pop recipes is a healthy party food idea that you’ll want to add to your collection! Popular in Greece, this dish is great for cold days or as a side dish.

The best part about these tomato pops is that they’re easy to make and can be made while your oven bakes the main course. They’re also vegetarian and gluten-free!

We hope you enjoy this easy tomato recipe. 

Tomato Pops: Healthy Party Food Recipe


Small Italian red ripe tomatoes

Primula cheese of choice

Chives – finely chopped

Wooden Skewers


(Note the skewers go into the stalk end!) 

With a sharp knife cut a lid off the base of the tomatoes (not the stalk end!) and, with a small sharp knife cut the core out of each tomato and scrape out the seeds. Drain upside down on kitchen paper.

Fill the tomatoes with Primula cheese straight from the tube. Insert a wooden skewer into the stalk end of the tomato. Sprinkle with chopped chives.

It couldn’t be easier – Enjoy! 

More Healthy Party Food Recipes

No matter what the occasion, there is always a need for party food. Whether it’s a birthday party or a football game, snacks are needed to keep everyone happy and energized.

However, these types of parties have an unfortunate reputation for being unhealthy. Countless chips, cookies, and other snacks are often served. All of which are packed with salt and sugar, and very little nutritional value.

Try some of these healthy party food ideas to add some balance to your party menus throughout the year – whether summer picnics or a delicious Christmas buffet.

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Recipe and image credit: Primula

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