You either show up to the Super Bowl party for the game, family and friends, or the food. While Super Bowl Sunday may be a great excuse to eat many yummy treats you typically don’t eat… We wanted to give you a few healthier options to bring to the party. Some of these recipes are healthier twists on classic Super Bowl snacks, while others are some more creative options!
1. Cowboy Caviar
“This is one of my absolute favorite go-to recipes when I need to bring something quick and easy to a gathering. Each serving is a big helping of goodness that can be eaten with chips or veggies, on a salad or omelet, in a wrap, as a taco topping, or wherever else you can think of!” – Diana Dewan
2. Lemon Roasted Cauliflower Hummus
This macro-friendly take on hummus has about half the calories of most traditional hummus recipes and is easy to whip up in less than an hour. Serve with fresh cut raw veggies for a wholesome snack or bring as a side-dish to your Super Bowl Sunday party.
3. Individual 7 Layer Dips
Individually portioned dips perfect for parties. These are definitely a memorable appetizer that will have people raving. Unlike the traditional 7-layer bean dip, there’s no double dipping here! Sub the sour cream with greek yogurt for a more macro friendly option.
4. Buffalo Chicken Dip
Get the creamy, spicy, and satisfying flavor of buffalo wings without all the calories or the prep time. You’ll love this super simple dip as a part of your weekly meal prep or as the perfect addition to any party spread. This dip could not be any easier to tackle. All you really need to do is toss some ingredients together in a bowl and pop it in the oven – the hardest part is trying not to eat the whole thing in one sitting.
5. Baked Spicy Chicken Wings
Traditional hot wings are battered, buttered, fried and loaded with calories. But as it turns out, all you really need to enjoy this popular protein is a solid spice rub and a simple glaze. By skipping out on a lot of the oil, you’ll end up saving hundreds of calories and your taste buds won’t miss a thing. This recipe is also keto, paleo friendly, and gluten free!
6. Chocolate Covered Strawberries
As simple healthy dessert everyone loves with a cute Super Bowl twist.
7. Cheesecake Dip
This recipe feels like it should be illegal because it’s SO easy and delicious. Whether you’re hosting or heading to a super bowl party and need something that is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser, this macro-friendly vanilla cheesecake dip has you covered.
8. Cookies & Creamy Fruit Dip
A cool, creamy yogurt fruit dip is an easy and yummy way to quell your snack cravings — and a fun way to eat more fruit.