Super Bowl is getting a healthy makeover! Whether you are hosting a Super Bowl Party or just hanging at home with your family, food is always a big part of the game! I’m sharing my go to favorites for some Healthy Super Bowl Recipes that are delicious and easy to make, giving you more time to watch the game (or commercials) and enjoy your Sunday.
Here are my Top Picks for Healthy Super Bowl Party Recipes, including low carb super bowl recipes, main dishes, and snacks
Recipes for both the Slow Cooker and Stove Top, this is an easy, delicious, and healthy Turkey Chili that you and your family will love! The recipe can easily be doubled to freeze for future meals
Slow Cooker Salsa Chicken (Enchilada Recipe Included)
Use your Slow Cooker to make this super EASY Salsa Chicken! Set up up a fun taco bar with all your favorite toppings or turn into Chicken Enchiladas!
Slow Cooker Veggie Quinoa Chili
Whether you or anyone in your family are vegetarian, or are you are trying to eat a more plant based diet, this recipe for Slow Cooker Veggie Quinoa Chili is a delicious option that is so easy to prepare
Fresh Salas is always what I reach for first! Simple, fresh ingredients make this fresh salsa both delicious and healthy! Serve with tortilla chips or cut up veggies.
Guacamole is one of my favorites! Served with cut up veggies and your favorite tortilla chips, I could eat Guac every day! Avocados, not only delicious, are also super healthy as an excellent source of healthy fats and packed with vitamins
This Easy Homemade Hummus recipe is not only delicious, but is also packed with nutrition. It is high on iron , vitamin C, and Vitamin B6. Chickpeas are a great source of plant protein and fiber. I love it as a dip with any kind of veggie, whole wheat pita chips, or blue corn tortilla chips
Think you don’t like kale? Then you haven’t tried these Kale Chips! They are crunchy and delicious and will rival any other chip at the party! And, of course, healthy! Kale is high in fiber, vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin K and D, and has more iron than red meat. It helps build the immune system , improve gut health and the microbiome , and helps to decrease inflammation in the body.
Would love to hear what you think!