Aperitifs are moments that everyone likes to share. Even the scale!
In the house in winter, or on the terrace in spring or summer, it's always convivial but it's not necessarily the best way to maintain a dream silhouette.
So how do you take advantage of these meetings with friends and be able to snack on everything you want without ingesting thousands of calories?
Knowing how to make a light and easy appetizer will keep you from taking in unnecessary calories.
The trick is knowing which appetizers to peck for a lighter appetizer. Here is a list of the most calorie-dense aperitif foods to avoid:
Seeds such as pistachios, peanuts, cashews, pecans and nuts in general are high in calories. 100 grams of these seeds represent between 575 and 600 calories.
Crisps and savory crackers contain about 500 calories per 100 g.
Apéricube-type cheeses, about 280 calories.
Black olives 200 calories. Choose green olives rather than black ones because they are 3 times less caloric.
To avoid being tempted by all these little nibbles, a tip is to eat a 0% yoghurt and 2 apples about half an hour before the aperitif. Fruits are fast sugars and will fill you up just enough to get through the aperitif without a hitch.