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Make this year’s Thanksgiving appetizer a work of art with this Turkey Veggie Tray! It’s a creative way to include colorful veggies on the table. I’ve also included more holiday vegetable platter ideas for Halloween and Chrismtas too! You can easily put together the veggies and serve with the best homemade ranch dip recipe (I have shared mine below!). It is the perfect way to eat your veggies!
Don’t forget the fruit! We make delicious fruit platters and serve them with this fruit dip. Kids love to dip apples in this brown sugar apple dip.
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I am always on the lookout for things that encourage eating fruits and veggies. That’s one reason why I love creative veggie platter ideas. I have also found dip can easily entice even the pickiest of eaters. You will find these ideas are a great way to eat more fruits and vegetables.
Everyone will Eat Their Vegetables with These Veggie Platter Ideas
One way to get kids to eat more healthy food is to make them fun! These clever veggie platters are a great way to serve up vegetables and homemade ranch dip! No need to load up on holiday sweets! Vegetable platters and relish trays are fun for sure!
Turkey Veggie Tray
Need a thanksgiving veggie tray? This is the cutest turkey veggie platter! It is almost too cute to eat. But don’t worry, it will get gobbled up! Just follow these simple instructions and you’ll have one in no time perfect for Thanksgiving!
To make the turkey head slice off the bottom of a bell pepper. Cut a hole in the pepper and slip two strips of yellow bell pepper through the hole. Cut a triangle piece of red pepper for the waddle. Two royal icing eyes finish off the turkey face. Make legs out of long carrot sticks, cutting tiny triangles out at the bottom of the carrot. Place the “turkey legs” into the dip.
Arrange a variety of vegetables like carrot and celery around the small bowl of dip to make the body and feathers of the turkey vegetable tray.
We like red yellow and green peppers, cucumbers, cherry tomatoes, green and black olives, baby carrots, sugar snap peas, and celery. You know the normal items you find on vegetable trays. You only have to include your favorite veggies.
Holiday Veggie Platter Ideas
I love this scarecrow–perfect for a fall party. It even has oreo crows.
Christmas Veggie Tray
Party platters are an easy dish to bring for all of your special occasions. Broccoli and cherry tomatoes make the perfect Christmas tree to serve along with homemade ranch dip. Stacked slices of the yellow bell pepper cut from the bottom of the yellow bell pepper make a star for the tree while carrot slices make the perfect tree trunk.
This skeleton veggie tray complete with a small bowl of ranch dip for the head, will make a spooktacular display of raw veggies at your Halloween party!
So many fun ways to have a delicious holiday and share healthy finger food. I hope you loved all these relish tray ideas!
The BEST Homemade Ranch Dip For Veggie Trays!
Now you need an amazing dip! In minutes you can whip this up and the best part you know what is it.
Grab some sour cream and add a few spices and you have ranch veggie dip… that you know the ingredients! The recipe is so easy you can get your kids to make it.
I have found that the more I involve my kids in helping to make their food, the more enthusiastic they are about eating new foods and being adventurous eaters. If getting your child to eat more veggies is one of your goals, these holiday vegetable tray ideas are a fun way to present veggies and make them irresistible.
Just a few ingredients to make a super yummy homemade veggie tray dip! And don’t forget to print this recipe for the party, I guarantee you’ll be asked about it!
Serve with veggies or on baked potatoes!
- 1 cup Sour Cream
- 1/2 cup mayonnaise
- 1/2 tsp dried parsley
- 1/2 tsp dried dill
- 1/2 tsp onion powder
- 1/2 tsp garlic powder
- 1/4 tsp salt
Measure out all the ingredients. Mix all together and enjoy. This dip is best when made the day before. If serving immediately I sometimes pump up the flavor by adding an extra 1/4 teaspoon of all the ingredients except the salt. An extra pinch of salt is enough.
Now you are ready to dig in!
What’s your favorite holiday recipe? Share it with me in the comments! Here is my homemade ranch salad dressing recipe it is another way to enjoy vegetables.
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