Super Bowl Sunday is here, which means you still have time to organize your football party menu. If you’re trying to watch your weight while you enjoy the game, here are a few healthy game day treat options you can indulge in.
This hearty chili is meat-free and filled with beans and grains to make a filling meal. The savory seasonings make this chili especially delicious, and you can top it with sour cream, shredded cheese, and fresh-squeezed
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Asian Turkey Sliders
These delicious sandwiches are carb-free. Use lettuce instead of bread for a satisfying crisp and top the turkey burgers with marinated vegetables and crushed peanuts for a healthy take on Asian takeout.
Try these mini pizzas as a healthy alternative to ordering from your local pizza place. these delicious savory pastries are filled with arugula, cheese, and Italian sausage so you can sneak in a serving of vegetables while you watch the game.
Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Dip
This lighter version of buffalo chicken dip is just as delicious as the original but doesn’t have as many calories. Top the dip with blue cheese and fresh herbs for an impressive Super Bowl party snack.
Chickpea Burgers with Tahini Sauce
This vegetarian Super Bowl party snack is high in protein and fiber. The burger is especially delicious with tahini sauce and the vegetable toppings of your choice.
Hot Artichoke Spinach Dip
This tasty dip is made from low-fat mozzarella so you can enjoy a bigger serving without feeling guilty. You can also lower the carbs for this game day snack by offering celery or carrot sticks for dipping.
Air Fryer Jalapeno Poppers
Jalapeno poppers instantly make a Super Bowl party more fun. You can make this game day snack healthier by preparing the poppers in the air fryer to lower the calories.
Baked Buffalo Wings
Make your Super Bowl party a little healthier by baking your buffalo wings instead of frying them. Serve the wings with a blue cheese yogurt dip as the perfect finishing touch.
Philly Cheesesteak Stuffed Peppers
If you’re craving Philly cheesesteaks but want to stick to your health goals during your Super Bowl celebration, these stuffed peppers offer the flavor of the popular sandwich without the
Sweet Potato Chips
If you’re having sandwiches or dips at your Super Bowl party, sweet potato chips are an easy treat to make. Use your air fryer to crisp the potatoes and top with sea salt and pepper before serving.
Sriracha Buffalo Cauliflower Bites
This vegetarian take on buffalo chicken bites is kind to your waistline but doesn’t skimp on flavor. The sriracha gives these cauliflower bites a spicy kick.
White Turkey Chili
Try this white chili with ground turkey instead of beef for a low-fat football party meal your guests will love.
Air Fryer Chicken Tenders
These crispy and delicious chicken tenders are prepared in the air fryer for a low-calorie snack, and cornflakes are used to give the chicken a satisfying crunch.
Zucchini fries are a healthy take on French fries and can be prepared in the air fryer. Serve the “fries” with a tomato mayo dipping sauce for added flavor.
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