Is the big game on your mind this week? If so, chances are good you need Super Bowl recipes. Whether you’re hosting a shindig for the work gang, attending a friend’s bash, or enjoying a small family party, you want filling and healthy Super Bowl options.
It doesn’t matter if you watch it for the ads or because your favorite team is playing, a big part of the game experience is sharing great food with family or friends. Unfortunately, many typical Super Bowl foods are high in fat, loaded with salt, and dripping with calories. But you shouldn’t have to hang your head in shame just because you want to enjoy party food! The recipes below will satisfy your commitment to take care of your body—and your commitment to share food that makes everyone else say “Yum!”
Guilt-Free Super Bowl Recipes
(Pictured at top of article) With filling turkey and a delish chili taste, this is one of our top healthy Super Bowl options. It’s an easy-to-make dish that will fill up the hungriest game watchers. Did we mention it’s only 272 calories a serving?
Philadelphia may not have made it to the big game this year, but you can still enjoy that famous Philly taste with this yummy sandwich. The “steak” is actually healthy chicken, which is hearty enough to satisfy everyone’s party food cravings. Pair it with these Sweet Potato Crunchies.
Nothing says Super Bowl foods like meatballs. Make these with ground chicken or turkey, and serve them on their own or add the meatballs to a whole wheat roll.
Cayenne and spices add just the right amount of kick to this perfect party food. Spear each with a toothpick for a bite-sized appetizer (they go well with our SkinnyMs. Barbeque Sauce for dipping), but they also make a great sub.
When you want crowd-pleasing Super Bowl recipes, you can’t go wrong with tacos or burritos. Create a fun taco bar by serving this with plenty of fresh garnishes, or serve warm burritos with this filling recipe.
Slow Cooker Beef Tips (Sandwich-Style)
Satisfy big game appetites by giving this traditional entrée the sandwich treatment. Make these beef tips in the slow cooker, and then spoon them onto whole wheat rolls. Yum!
When it comes to healthy Super Bowl foods, this sandwich is a winner for game gatherings. It has less than 260 calories per serving and all the red meat taste your football fans will love.
Indulge in this hearty SkinnyLicious sandwich. It delivers all the BBQ flavor you want, without the guilt—it has less than 190 calories!
Spend less time in the kitchen on game day with this slow cooker recipe. This dish uses good-for-you lentils for a filling taste that won’t leave you hanging your head in shame Monday morning.
Yes, you can enjoy hearty, yet guilt-free, Super Bowl recipes. Keep your health goals on track and serve party food that everyone will enjoy by trying one of these recipes. Enjoy the game!