I am typically not such a big football fan, but we love getting together with friends and hope to do it again this year.
One of the biggest problems with gatherings of this sort, however, is that typically they’re loaded with GMO corn chips, dips made with fake cheese, and sugar-filled desserts.
In the interest of helping my family and yours have some better options, I’ve pulled together this list of Healthy Superbowl Recipes that are Super-Tempting too!
We’ll likely watch the game, but beforehand we typically put baskets together for a charity function that takes place on Monday.
This past year I did a roundup of Healthy Superbowl Recipes. Some of the recipes are the same, but you might want to go and check it out.
As far as the Superbowl itself, none of the icky commercials will be watched. They can get to be a little “too much.” My son just loves sports, thought, so that (and for the friendships and the charity function) is why we end up watching it.
First off, some of the things from my blog that we likely will make for this weekend:
In my family’s mind, no get together is complete without this popcorn. I just had a friend come by to buy some of the seasoning from me….maybe that will be a new item in my Natural Products Store :-).
Haven’t made this one in awhile. I think it’s high time. A super yummy fruit (or cookie, or whatever) dip without all the icky additives.
You can make these up ahead and bake them to be fresh in time for your get together.
I really need to redo this photo. But trust me–it’s great! A friend told me the other day that she doesn’t like store-bought hummus but loves this!
We just made a new version of these that I hope to share soon! Yum!
Next is a collection of recipes from some of my favorite whole food–allergy friendly bloggers.
Coconut Lime Chicken Bites from Daily Bites
I think I just might have to make these tonight!
Homemade Tortilla Chips from Daily Bites
My son is begging me to make these!
Quinoa Pizza Balls from Diet, Dessert, and Dogs
Ever since I first saw these I thought the looked amazing!
Curry Cinnamon Pumpkin Seeds from Diet, Dessert, and Dogs
I love seasoned nuts and seeds, don’t you?
Healthier Caramel Corn from Whole Lifestyle Nutrition
I LOVE Caramel Corn. Can’t wait to try this for my family!
Cauliflower Poppers from Whole Lifestyle Nutrition
A great way to get your kiddos (and you) to eat more veggies!
Creamy Roasted Garlic Dip from The Spunky Coconut
Garlic and beans are always a great combo!
Allergy-Free Buffalo Wings with Ranch Dressing from Cybele Pascal
I’m not typically a “wings gal” but these look amazing!
Richa has TONS of amazing pizza recipes on her blog. Enough for any pizza lover!
Baked Potato French Fries from Vegan Richa
I have a similar recipe to share with you all–soon, hopefully!
Garlic Parmesan Roasted Chickpea Snack from Sugar-Free Mom
Roasted Garbanzos are one of our favorite snacks. Make them in the winter though because your home gets pretty heated up doing it! If you can’t have parmesan, try some nutritional yeast instead!
Cocoa Baked Quinoa Bars from Sugar Free Mom
I’m always on the lookout for great new quinoa recipes. This looks like a keeper!
I hope, whether you watch the “Big Bowl” or not this weekend, that these recipes are a blessing to you and your family.
Will you be watching the game?
Shared at Gluten-Free Homemaker, Real Food Forager, We Are that Family, The Nourishing Gourmet, and The Prairie Homestead.