But we all know the usual dishes awaiting us at Superbowl Sunday parties. From the burgers, to the chips, dips, cupcakes, and whatever other tasty concoctions there are; Superbowl treats are usually something you indulge in on Sunday, and feel the aftermath of on Monday. But eating flavorful Football themed treats doesn’t have to be something you beat yourself up over this Superbowl Sunday.
With these 10 savory recipes, you can feel better about enjoying the classic treats with a healthy twist, that are sure to be a crowd pleaser all around!
Who doesn’t love nachos? These veggie garnished nachos are rich in flavor and are the perfect game changer when it comes to healthy appetizers.
These healthy baked mozzarella sticks are paired great with hearty marinara sauce and are a high protein and low calorie treat that will definitely satisfy your taste-buds.
This lighter alternative to the usual appetizer dip is a savory blend of healthy ingredients that pairs great with chips, bread, or whatever else you want to slather it on.
Instead of buying a delivery pizza or frozen pizza rolls, try these two bite pizza muffins that are easy to make and packed with flavor.
These easy turkey burger sliders are a delectable treat that are quick to make and can be dressed up in any way you like.
Instead of the usual, fried chicken that packs on the fat and calories, try this lighter baked version of the classic chicken fingers. Plus some delicious low calorie dipping sauces to complete the dish.
Meaty and hearty chili is always a favorite for Superbowl Sunday. This fiber packed recipe with rich and spicy flavor will rock your tastebuds and leave you feeling guilt free.
These fun, easy treats have the perfect combination of fruit and chocolate to get your sweet fix and totally look the part for your Superbowl Sunday.
Brownies are always a favorite when it comes to dessert, and these skinny brownies with no butter or oil ingredients can be enjoyed shamelessly; maybe even twice or three times.
If you’ve ever had muddy buddies, you know that they are the perfect combination of crunchy, salty, sweet, and chocolatey goodness; usually at around 300 calories a cup. This healthier version is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth and is a quick an easy recipe to whip up for game day.