7 Easy Primal Holiday Appetizers

A Primal buffet is no ordinary buffet. Primal types are used to real food after all, and we don’t shy away from the rich, meaty and decadent. We expect flavor. We expect satisfying fare—even when it’s in the form of “small bites.” Whether you’re hosting the party or contributing to someone else’s spread, we’ve got seven tasty and filling recipes that will appeal to any taste out there. Bonus: they’re all three ingredients, which means less fuss and more fun for you.

Pulled Pork Sliders

The ultimate big “small” bite…

Easy Spinach Dip

FYI, this will be gone in a New York minute.

Bacon-Wrapped Water Chestnuts

Can we just call this dinner?

Baked Brie With Cranberries

Serve with good wine and zero apologies.

Teriyaki Meatballs

You’ll want to eat the whole platter, so make an extra for the guests.

Baked Goat Cheese Marinara Dip

A zestier take on traditional dip…

Bacon-Wrapped Stuffed Dates

Because one bacon appetizer is never enough….

Hungry yet? Tell us which one is your favorite—and share other Primal and keto “small bites” you’ll be serving up this holiday.

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  1. Every buffet should also have something chocolate so we’ll be serving chocolate banana fat bombs which uses a very ripe banana to provide the sweetness.

  2. Mmm… also double fried plantains (fried in duck or goose fat for max flavor), for dipping, without using grain filled crackers.

  3. One of my “take to the party” dishes is hot artichoke heart dip. It’s the same amount of: Mayonnaise, sour cream, parmesan cheese and a can of drained artichoke hearts (making sure the “woody parts” are discarded).
    I mix it all up, bake in 350 degree oven in a crock pot dish for about 30 minutes, then take it to work in the crock pot and keep it hot. Use whatever dipper you want, traditionally it was sour dough bread but it can be celery, some type of cracker that you can digest, etc.