Looking for some Healthy Super Bowl Recipes for your gathering? I’ve got you covered! Every recipe here is made with whole foods, and is gluten-free and dairy-free, and refined sugar-free too!
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 another 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, though, so that (and the friendships) is why we end up watching it.
First off, some of the things from my blog that we likely will make for this weekend:
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Healthy Superbowl Recipes
The “Best” Popcorn Seasoning
One thing’s for sure. If you serve up popcorn with this Healthy Popcorn Seasoning, you’ll get loads of compliments and it will disappear.
These Healthy Paleo Meatballs don’t call for any breadcrumbs, are super tasty, and sure to please. Great on their own or on a bun.
This is a super yummy fruit dip without all the icky additives.
It also doubles as an amazing drizzle for desserts, hot cereal, or ice cream!
You can make these Gluten-free Chicken Nuggets ahead and bake them to be fresh in time for your get together.
This Savory Sesame-free Hummus is so good, one taste and you might never want to purchase hummus again.
The No Bake Coconut Cookies come together super fast and taste great.
Quinoa Pizza Balls from Ricki Heller
These Quinoa Pizza Balls are the perfect Game Day appetizer!
These Toasted Caramel Coconut Chips are so easy and delicious. They’re sure to be a hit at your Game Day gathering.
This Healthy Kettle Corn is going to knock your socks off. So tasty!
This delicious Olive Hummus is great for dipping with chips, veggies, flatbread, crackers, and more.
This Black Bean Dip is a breeze to make but has tons of flavor and is sure to be a hit with everyone.
I’m not typically a “wings gal” but these Allergy-free Buffalo Wings look amazing!
This Chickpea Quinoa Pizza is a great healthier alternative to traditional pizza.
Baked Potato French Fries from Vegan Richa
Serve up these Healthier Baked Potato Fries with either a healthier or homemade ketchup.
This Pizza Hummus is a combination of two great dishes — pizza and hummus! All in a great dairy and sesame free dish.
Serve up this Healthy Chocolate Dip with some fruit for Game Day. So much healthier than traditional dips!
I hope, whether you watch the “Big Bowl” or not this weekend, that these recipes are a blessing to you and your family.
Which of these Healthy Superbowl Recipes will you be making?