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Healthy Super Bowl Snack Recipes

Looking for something to make this weekend for the Super Bowl? Look no farther – here are my favorite healthy Super Bowl snack recipes that are still delicious crowd-pleasers!

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#1: Healthier Seven Layer Dip

This is my all-time favorite appetizer recipe. The secret to this delicious dip? Using plain Greek yogurt instead of sour cream and mayonnaise! Your friends and family won’t even notice the difference… I promise. Every time I’ve made this it’s gone in 10 minutes flat.

7 layer dip

#2: Baked Gluten Free Chicken Fingers

This recipe is a delicious alternative to the usual grease laden wings — they’re baked, but you won’t miss the grease because they’re crunchy and packed with flavor from the herbs. Serve with honey mustard, BBQ sauce, and ketchup!

gluten free healthy chicken fingers recipe

#3: Hummus Queso Dip

The secret to this dip is that it’s made extra creamy (and a bit spicy – you can use regular hummus instead of spicy if you’re not into spice) and more nutritious by the addition of hummus! Don’t worry – there’s still some cheese in there, too. ;)

hummus queso dip healthy game day tailgating appetizer

#4: Vegan Kale Artichoke Dip

This vegan variation on artichoke dip is creamy and savory but without being heavy or a total dairy bomb. There’s also kale in it, which basically makes it a salad. Right? ;)

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#5: Pumpkin Bean Dip

This is another favorite and a big hit when I’ve made it for parties in the past. Garlicky and delicious — they’ll never know it’s packed with nutrition.

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#6: Healthy Deviled Eggs

I’m a HUGE fan of deviled eggs, but not the fact that they’re usually drowning in mayo. Try this version made with yogurt and tangy mustard. Delish!

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Enjoy! What are your plans for Super Bowl Sunday? Any other great crowd-pleaser recipe favorites to share?

Comments

  1. 1

    These look delicious! I try to remake things my hubby loves (corn dogs, pizza, etc…) and make them a little healthier! Bean dip is always a sure fire win!

  2. 2

    yum! my favorite part of it is the snacks… because i dont watch! heh. :) okay, i do watch some for the commercials ;) my favorite here is the pumpkin bean dip! but maybe the deviled eggs- they used to be my FAV part of thanksgiving but i hated mayo. so i made them and called the recipe “angel” eggs, haha.

  3. 4

    Party snacks are so fun! That artichoke dip looks particularly amazing. I have a bit of work to do this weekend, so I’ll probably only make a quick appearance at our Super Bowl party, though I love football. I’ll still swing by and probably donate some of my Cheesy Cauliflower Poppers to the cause :)

  4. 5

    That seven layer dip looks so mouthwatering! I like how there are healthy alternatives to traditional Super Bowl party snacks.

  5. 6

    great round-up! It’s my mission this year to make all the offerings this year a little lighter and healthier.

  6. 7

    I am a dip fanatic! I have a white bean dip that is a favorite, as well as a bacon cheese dip (clearly the unhealthier of the two!). One of my favorite dips is a seven layer dip!

  7. 9

    Oh my gosh those all sound amazing! Especially the seven layer dip. Love the swap with greek yogurt!

  8. 10

    For my friend’s super bowl viewing party last night I made carrot fries with cumin, salt and pepper, shallots, garlic, and some chive compound butter — so flavorful!

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