Easy Healthy Superbowl Recipes Dishes, Snacks, Dips and Ideas for Game Day

Easy Healthy Superbowl Recipes | Dishes, Snacks, Dips and Ideas for Game Day

I’m excited to share my Easy Healthy Superbowl Recipes and ideas for game day snacks with you!  The Superbowl is right around the corner and for a lot of people, indulging on traditional game-day dishes can lead to guilt and regret.

The food and drinks served at Superbowl parties typically include cheese, fried goodies, burgers, beer, booze, wings, pizza, pasta, cookies, chips, dips, pretzels, etc.

Have you ever been to a Superbowl party or game-day get-together that didn’t include eating or drinking?  Nope, probably not.

Have you ever indulged on game-day goodies that left you feeling bloated, blah, hungover, or regret because you ‘knew better’ but ate unhealthy anyway?

Have you ever felt left out at parties because there weren’t healthy options for you to eat or drink?

I know I have!

It’s not fun to feel left out when everyone else indulges, either.  Once upon a time, I used to struggle at game day parties and get-togethers.

It was really hard for me to enjoy the game when everyone else was eating foods that triggered me.

I used to feel anxious and annoyed eating carrot and celery sticks, watching everyone else devour ranch covered chicken wings.

The good news?  You can eat healthy on the Superbowl and avoid game day guilt with these easy healthy Superbowl recipes.   My Dishes, Snacks, Dips, and Ideas for Game Day will help you celebrate the Superbowl without deprivation.

You can make these easy healthy Superbowl recipes for your own party or use these Dishes, Snacks, Dips, and Ideas for Game Day parties you’re invited to.

They’re healthier versions of traditional game-day favorites that everyone loves and can enjoy guilt-free.

Easy Healthy Superbowl Recipes

Dishes, Snacks, Dips, and Ideas for Game Day

These are my go-to game day recipes for dishes, snacks, dips, and ideas for game-day parties.  They’re easy, healthy, and everyone loves them.  I think you will, too.

Leave me a comment and let me know which idea you’re going to try.

EASY HEALTHY SUPER BOWL RECIPES

  • Healthy Deviled Eggs
  • Healthy Ceviche Recipe
  • Healthy Kabob Recipe
  • Stuffed Peppers (You can carve footballs in the pepper shells before stuffing and baking, to make them extra cute)
  • Baked Chicken Wings – Bake or grill organic wings instead of fried to save yourself hundreds of calories and avoid inflammatory fats.
  • Cocktail Shrimp and Cocktail sauce – Buy a bag or 2 of pre-cooked frozen, wild caught shrimp.  Rinse, thaw, and serve chilled alongside homemade cocktail sauce made with organic ketchup and horseradish to taste.
  • Baked Sweet Potato Fries

EASY HEALTHY SUPER BOWL SNACKS

  • Roasted Chickpeas
  • Gluten-free whole grain crackers and pretzels
  • Organic popcorn
  • Organic chips
  • Mixed Nuts
  • A healthy fruit and vegetable tray with a healthy dip

EASY HEALTHY SUPER BOWL DIPS

Swap your ranch and blue cheese dressings for these healthy plant-based dips instead.  They’re easy to make.  For convenience, buy the organic versions of these dips pre-made from your grocery store, too.

OTHER EASY HEALTHY SUPER BOWL IDEAS

You can also order healthier version of traditional game day foods.  Organic options are recommended.

  • Gluten-free pizza
  • Chili or Hearty Soup
  • Rotisserie Chicken
  • Turkey Meatballs
  • Fish Tacos
  • Lettuce Wraps (Tip:  Wrap ceviche in lettuce shells)

I recommend using organic ingredients for all of the following recipes.   

Leave me a comment and let me know which idea is your favorite.  If there’s a healthy recipe you like that isn’t on my list, please share it in the comments.  If you do, indulge on game day and feel bloated, blah, or hungover, my Reset Cleanse will help you reverse the damage, feel better, and lose weight quickly.

Your Coach and Biggest Cheerleader

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