Healthy Super Bowl Party Recipes

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2/1/2011 2:36 PM   :  15 comments   :  14,592 Views

Wondering what to serve at your Super Bowl party? Look no further! We've rounded up a variety of healthy Super Bowl party recipes that everyone will enjoy!

Honey-Mustard Chicken Wings

Super Healthy Hummus


Pineapple, Onion and Bacon Pizza

SP_Stepf's Skinny Cheese Fondue

Smoky White Bean Dip

Baked Tortilla Chips

Buffalo Chicken Tenders

Yummy Baked Onion Dip

Easy Black Bean Burger

Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Pork Roast

OMG it's Tofu Queso

Chef Meg's Skinny Fiesta Dip with Baked Lime Chips


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Which of these recipes will you be trying? Do you have other favorite healthy Super Bowl recipes?


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Comments

  • 15
    Those dips sound yummy, especially with the baked tortilla chips! - 2/3/2011   12:39:33 PM
  • 14
    We won't be having a party, but the food sounds good. - 2/2/2011   10:51:15 PM
  • ETHELMERZ
    13
    Years ago, we went to S/B parties, or had people over, now, it's no big deal at all. If I was going somewhere to watch, and was really worried what to eat, I'd just bring my own food, period. Otherwise, you call it a splurge day, and next day you eat your usual healthy way. It's going to happen every year, have to learn to live with it, even assisted living places have S/B parties, will we still be moaning about the food then? Who knows? - 2/2/2011   10:14:30 PM
  • 12
    Fiesta dip and lime chips - yum! - 2/2/2011   6:10:49 PM
  • 11
    I don't follow sports of any kind but my mom does and always hosts a sb party so I have to bring something that I'm able to eat since she doesn't believe in vegetarianism. I am planning on making the hummus with some baked whole wheat pita chips and the black bean burgers sound delicious too. - 2/2/2011   10:46:32 AM
  • 10
    On Spark Recipes, check out Tangy Bean Dip.
    It's terrific - 2/2/2011   10:34:38 AM
  • 9
    I'm not a huge fan of football but I do enjoy watching the Super Bowl. I agree with Weeden in that any major event can be used an excuse to over indulge but it doesn't need to be that way. I think that people need to eat during the game because with the pregame, half time show and all the other junk, it is really stinking long!

    In terms of the recipes above, then only one that sounds interesting to me is the baked tortilla chips. I think I will make those to go with my low cal mexican sour cream dip. I'm also making turkey rolls in whole wheat tortillas, flatout pizza, twice baked potatoes and healthy deviled eggs. - 2/2/2011   1:36:33 AM
  • 8
    As much as I hate to admit it , as I live in Canada I loyally ONLY follow the CFL. So I doubt I will even watch any of the superbowl. - 2/1/2011   11:36:17 PM
  • 7
    Thanks for the ideas. I hate football but I always go to the SB party at our friends house. If you plan right and stick to the veggie tray instead of the chip bowl there is no reason to "feel like a failure" like some of the other posts say. You're going to eat on Sunday anyway so why does a football party have to knock you off the wagon? - 2/1/2011   6:20:00 PM
  • 6
    To some commenters below:

    Football is a big part of some people lives. I love football and so does the rest of my family. Even ppl that dont watch football regulary usually watch the superbowl. You cant really say that for most other sports except for maybe the world series.
    I guess birthday parties, or office parties, heck even weddings are out too since most of those involve eating/ over eating. Not only that but the game lasts a while so most the time (from my experiene) food is put out over time so you are not eating 5 billion things at once.

    Anyhow as for the article

    We always make finger foods the most of the time, the veggie trays take center stage. I can not wait to make a healthier dip and something different than we usually have. I make my famous meatballs, and usually have tortilla pinwheels (lean turkey breast wraped in a whole grain tortilla with fat free cream cheese, alfalfa and pickles), and boneless hot wings. I will have an awesome SB no matter who wins, and not feel like a pig b/c Its a time for having fun with family and friends.

    - 2/1/2011   5:28:47 PM
  • SPARSONS0
    5
    Thanks for the recipies. I don't know which ones I will use but, I'm sure I will . We have a birthday/superbowel party for my husband every year. - 2/1/2011   4:54:33 PM
  • 4
    the pulled pork sounds yummy! - 2/1/2011   4:34:46 PM
  • 3
    I'm with SALEX52. why is a football game so "special"...it's not exactly ThanksGiving/Christmas......just another reason to overeat/pig out and then feel like a failure. - 2/1/2011   4:15:16 PM
  • 2
    Why is it that we all feel the need to eat in order to watch a football game? - 2/1/2011   3:30:11 PM
  • 1
    Yum! Great job, Coach Denise, on gathering these yummo recipes. They are very doable! The Skinny fiesta Dip is a great one! - 2/1/2011   3:09:49 PM

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