Whether you’re heading to a friend’s house for a Super Bowl watch party or hosting one yourself, guests who are still trying to stick to their new year’s resolutions will be happy to see a few healthy food options on the table. We’ve sifted through some of our favorite food bloggers’ recipes to find the tastiest, yet healthiest alternatives to your favorite game day snacks.
Take your guac up a notch with some low-calorie, high fiber, iron-rich kale. Get the recipe from Love and Lemons.
Popcorn is an easy to make party food and it’s high in fiber. Make your kernels stand out with a curry-paprika, garlic-parm or spicy oregano mix. Get the recipes from Food Heaven Made Easy.
Swap the tater skins for this healthier protein-packed alternative from Half Baked Harvest.
Get all the flavor (and cuteness) without the carbs with this recipe from Skinny Taste.
Add some spice to the table with this guilt-free salsa from Deliciously Ella.
Wings are a staple for game day. Try this crispy, delicious Vegan version from Chocolate Covered Katie.
These no-bake, gluten-free, egg-free and Vegan treats are sure to vanish by halftime. Get the recipe from Chocolate Covered Katie.
Switch out your usual Velveeta queso with this Turmeric-laced Vegan version from A Couple Cooks.
9. GREEK SALAD DIP
The magic ingredient in this dip is lentils. Pair it with some whole grain Kashi crackers or celery sticks for an added crunch. Get the recipe from Sprouted Kitchen.
What are you cooking for game day? Let us know in the comments below!
Melody Lowe is the Director of Content & Strategy for Blender Networks, Inc. When she’s not managing blogs for FitMinutes, The-E-Tailer, Cartageous, InStyleRooms, NurturedPaws & Shoelistic, she’s rearranging her bookcase at home in Culver City, CA, getting her fix of breakfast tacos and Topo Chicos in her hometown of Austin, TX with her fiancé and rescue dog or managing her own blog, Mustache Melrose.