Paleo Snacks

Paleo Spinach Zucchini Snacks

Delectable Spinach Zucchini Bites for an Easy Party Snack recipes

Bake up some spinach zucchini bites with your kids and you have a healthy and strangely sophisticated meal to share with your kids or a great party snack for when you have guests over. Whether you’re making these for a party with friends or just a party in your tummy, they’re a quick and easy…

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Bake up some spinach zucchini bites with your kids and you have a healthy and strangely sophisticated meal to share with your kids or a great party snack for when you have guests over.

Great for a healthy after school snack or even for a finger food at a party with your friends and family!

Whether you’re making these for a party with friends or just a party in your tummy, they’re a quick and easy food to cook up!

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They can even make a great snack to pack when you’re on the go.

While they’re not whole30 friendly, they’re still a yummy way to introduce spinach and green
veggies into your kids’ diet or a way to impress your friends when they visit. So let’s get cookin’!
Easy to make spinach zucchini party snack bites

Baked Zucchini Ball Recipe Ingredients

1 egg

2 cups Zucchini, shredded

1/2 cup spinach, chopped

1 clove garlic, minced

salt/pepper

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How to make easy spinach zucchini finger food for a party

Preheat oven to 350.

First, in a skillet with a little bit of olive oil, saute the zucchini and the spinach in medium heat.

How to make party balls from spinach

Keep stirring until all the liquid from the zucchini has evaporated – this takes about 10 minutes but could vary. Add the garlic and cook a bit more until it’s fragrant and your neighbors can smell it. 😉

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Making zucchini balls in a cast iron skillet

Put the zucchini mixture in a strainer and with a spoon I like to squeeze out any remaining liquid.  In a separate bowl add the rest of the ingredients and the cooled zucchini mixture.

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Spray a cookie sheet with non-stick spray.

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Mix everything together with your nice and clean hands. Form a golf-size ball and arrange them on the baking sheet.

Easy party food spinach zucchini balls
Makes about 8 balls. Brush a little bit of melted butter on top of each one, or spray it with some of the non-stick spray.

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Bake in preheated oven for 15 minutes or until they turn golden.  Half way thru the baking process you may need to turn them over so they don’t burn on the bottom.

Enjoy your Spinach Zucchini Bites and serve warm at your party or pack them up for a picnic and day at the park!

 

Kara is an author, wife, and mother of 3 children living in Boston, MA. She has her degree in Secondary Education & Adolescent Childhood Development and is passionate about connecting with and even helping other parents on their journey to raise awesome kids!

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