Super Bowl 50 is just about here and that means football, family, friends and food. If you’re serious about your healthy lifestyle journey this year, but want to eat delicious and nutritious (non-diet) food, then this article is for you.
Read on to discover The Eight Best Super Bowl Dishes for your Super Bowl party. Your health will appreciate this read, and so will your friends and family.
Super Bowl Dishes Revealed
A side from the simple, and straight forward veggie trays, we’ve compiled five of the best Super Bowl recipes that fit the mold of being health-minded, easy to make, and delicious (even your kids will approve). To kickoff this year’s Super Bowl, we’re starting with the most popular party food of all.
It’s hard to go to a football party and not find hot wings. Simply click on the link below to learn about the ultimate Skinny Hot Wings that have several flavor options.
Not Your Normal Nachos!
Can you believe that we’re telling you to have Nachos? These nachos are a Coach Jessica original recipe and are certain to be a hit at your party. Follow the link below to learn how to make this d’lish nacho dish.
7 Layer Dip
The worst part of most 7 Layer Dips is over-doing the chips and avoiding moderation. We’ve revved up the traditional 7 Layer Dip with a healthier, more flavorful recipe. Click the link below to learn more about it.
Packed with flavor, and low-carb by nature, these peppers are AMAZING. This is actually a recipe inspired by one of our health-minded members. Check it out!
Mini Stuffed Peppers
For a smaller version of the Stuffed Peppers, check out our member Camille’s amazing Super Bowl ready entree. This is an instant hit for any get together!
Sweet and Spicy Skewers
Pick between sweet or spicy, chicken or turkey for this flavorful, high protein treat. Check it out by clicking the link below.
Avocado Deviled Eggs
If you’re a fan of Deviled Eggs, then you’ll love this lower fat, delicious and nutritious recipe. Click the link below to read more:
Blazin Turkey Meat Balls
It’s hard to go to a Super Bowl party and not see meat balls in the crock pot. Here’s a healthier, more tasty version of meat balls.