Looking for some healthy Super Bowl recipes? Try this super tasty lighter option!
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17 Healthy Super Bowl Recipes You Can Make for Game Day
Healthy Super Bowl recipes that get the thumbs up
When people think of Super Bowl menu ideas, they probably don’t think of fresh, healthy Super Bowl salads and light bites. Game day signal pork bowls, large trays of barbecue sliders and fully loaded nachos for the day.
But if you want to celebrate without breaking the elastic waistband, I’ve got some seriously delicious and healthy Super Bowl recipes you’ll want to try! Great for a big party or family get-together — I promise these healthy dishes won’t leave your guests dreaming of Domino’s dip dishes.
1. Baked Parmesan Zucchini
Let’s start with this Baked Parmesan Zucchini Recipe Which is a perfect way to choose vegetables over chips and unhealthy snacks. Who would have thought that zucchini could be this amazingly crispy and delicious until the last bite?
2. Black Bean Salsa
What do I love about salsa? Well, salsa is easy and simple to make, plus it’s very customizable — you can choose the flavor that suits your taste buds.
What is a salsa? It is a type of sauce and dip in Mexican cuisine. It is tomato based and mixed with various ingredients including onion, chilli and herbs.
3. Greek Tortilla Pinwheels
Whether you’re hosting a party or a simple get-together on game day, These are healthy pinwheels A great appetizer will make the day more lively and exciting. This is one of the easiest appetizer recipes for the Super Bowl.
All you need is Greek salad, feta cheese, yogurt and tortillas. Roll them up and voila
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4. Cauliflower Breadsticks
These are breadsticks Cauliflower is whole, so you know it’s healthy. They are quite tasty with hints of basil, parsley and rosemary.
Dip them in marinara sauce and you’ll forget they’re made with greens and veggies and soon you’ll be into comfort food.
5. Buffalo Pickle Chips
Skip the grease you get from fried pickles and try this baked version instead. This recipe is made healthy without compromising on the crispiness and taste of your baked pickles.
And with incredible seasonings A bowl of buffalo sauceYou will feel like eating delicious and spicy chips and not just vegetables.
6. Baked Brown Sugar Chicken Wings
You will not be able to resist this delicious finger licking Baked Brown Sugar Chicken Wings. They are very tasty, super tasty and mildly spicy.
Don’t skip the roasted red pepper dipping sauce. It adds a unique flavor to keep you coming back for more!
7. Mini bun-less cheeseburger bites
This is a tray full Adorable cheeseburger bites Makes a great appetizer at kids’ parties and play days. These are obviously easy to put together and will taste amazingly delicious.
No one will miss the bun!
8. Chicken Skewers with Cucumber Mint Yogurt Dipping Sauce
Fried chicken skewers With Cucumber Mint Yogurt Dipping Sauce – Yes! This quick and easy skewer recipe will have you grilling all day — and the next day!
9. Skinny mozzarella sticks
Learn how to make homemade mozzarella sticks that are better than what you get at restaurants. If you’re eating fried food, this is it Baked Mozzarella Sticks Recipe For you!
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10. Buffalo Chicken Jalapeno Popper Casserole
Are you expecting more guests at your game day party this year? I recommend you try this Easy Casserole Recipe.
This will definitely be a winning dish what a great Crowd!
11. Fully loaded nachos
How can you not like these nachos? Everyone loves nachos Loaded with gooey cheese, jalapeños, onions, sour cream and diced tomatoes
If you haven’t tried it yet, oh dearYou’re missing out!
12. Low Carb Pesto Turkey Cucumber Roll-Ups
These are low-carb roll-ups filled with basil pesto, mild mozzarella cheese, spinach, red pepper and smoked turkey. a part of it Protein-packed finger foods Make the game time more lively!
13. Sweet potato skins
This is definitely one of my favorites, especially since sweet potatoes are always a part of my meal routine. In fact, when I discovered This healthy sweet potato skins recipeI was sure I would keep this as my go-to sweet potato recipe.
14. Spinach and Artichoke Dip
A gameday meal isn’t complete without a crowd-pleasing healthy game night food dip paired with your favorite chips. This time, let’s make it guilt-free and share this ooey-gooey Spinach Artichoke Dip – A healthier option and the best choice!
15. Puffy Tacos
this 5-Ingredient Puffy Tacos Recipe The most convenient way to enjoy tacos on game day. In fact, they’re super quick to put together and taste perfect.
You can also make these bad boys ahead of time so you have to pop them in the oven before the game starts.
16. Baked Buffalo Cauliflower Bites
Looking for a recipe to impress your Super Bowl party guests? Serve them Baked Buffalo Cauliflower BitesAnd they will surely be amazed by your cooking skills!
17. Cheesy Garlic Fry
give your Homemade fries are a twist With this great and healthy recipe. By baking your fries in foil, you’ll give this dish a more intense and bold flavor.
Try this recipe and enjoy a delicious and garlicky stir-fry like you’ve never seen before!
Still looking for more recipes to get a healthy Super Bowl party started? Watch and enjoy this video from FullyRawKristina!
There you have it, folks! A wonderful selection of healthy Super Bowl recipes to prepare and enjoy with your guests and family at your game day party.
These Super Bowl meal recipes are sure to make watching more fun and exciting! Who says healthy eating is dull and boring?
With all these amazing recipes, you’ll forget about junk food and store-bought snacks!
Have any Super Bowl party staples you’d like to share? Let us know in the comments section below!
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Editor’s note: This post was originally published on February 3, 2017 and has been updated for quality and relevance.