30 Healthy Recipes for the Super Bowl
Looking for some delicious and nutritious recipes to serve at your Super Bowl bash? We've got you covered with these healthy snacks, appetizers, and main courses. Whether you're searching for something hearty and protein-packed (you can never go wrong with this Extra Easy Hummus or these Nacho-Flavored Roasted Chickpeas), special diet-friendly (your vegan and vegetarian friends will love these Air Fryer Vegan Buffalo Tofu Bites and these Tofu Nuggets with Maple-Mustard Dipping Sauce), or just a slightly lightened up version of traditional football fare (like these Healthier Restaurant-Style Buffalo Chicken Wings, this Healthier Homemade Mac and Cheese, or this Healthier Seven Layer Taco Dip), you'll find something for everyone in your game day crew in this collection of healthy recipes for the Super Bowl.
Chickpea Vegetarian Meatballs
Avocado and Black Eyed Pea Salsa
Skip the jar of storebought salsa. This healthy alternative, made with avocadoes and a can of black-eyed peas, is delicious, nutritious, and surprisingly easy to make.
Air Fryer Vegan Buffalo Tofu Bites
Greek-Inspired Snack Board
Easy Baked Chicken Tenders
Extra Easy Hummus
This incredibly simple hummus comes together quickly in your food processor with five easy-to-find ingredients: chickpeas (garbanzo beans), garlic, cumin, and olive oil.
Nacho-Flavored Roasted Chickpeas
Instead of cheese-flavored chips, opt for these irresistible and wholesome roasted chickpeas. A blend of chili and onion powder gives this crispy snack a distinctive "nacho" taste.
Baked Kale Chips
Healthier Restaurant-Style Buffalo Chicken Wings
What makes these baked Buffalo wings healthier than the ones you can get at your local sports bar? They are made with minimal butter and there's no frying involved.
Healthier Homemade Mac and Cheese
Healthy Peanut Butter Fruit Dip
Low-Carb Zucchini Chips
"If you are looking for an alternative to potato chips you have to give zucchini chips a try as a clean and healthy snack," lxydn. "Zucchini chips taste amazing and they are low-carb, paleo and gluten-free. They are simple to make but they do take time to bake."
Celery Root Fries
Use your air fryer to make these easy celery root (celeriac) "French fries" and serve with a five-ingredient dipping sauce, made with mayo, mustard, and horseradish.
Black-Eyed Pea Dip
"I made this the first time this New Year's Eve," says reviewer Pam Jones. "I was going to a friend's and needed an appetizer to take. Everyone raved (and I only made it an hour before). Then I took it the next week to a football watching party. Again raves."
Caesar Grilled Chicken Wings
You need just four ingredients to make these deceptively simple grilled wings: a bottle of Ceaser salad dressing, freshly grated Parmesan cheese, lemon pepper, and, of course, chicken wings.
Smoky Chipotle Hummus
"Don't spend your good money on tiny containers of store-bought hummus," SAVVYHOSTESS. "Make your own! This recipe is a fun twist on traditional hummus recipes. The chipotle pepper and cumin lend a bit of heat and smokiness, while the cilantro brightens the flavor."
Air Fryer Buffalo Chicken Wings
Tomato and Mozzarella Bites
Low-Fat Greek Yogurt Ranch Dip
This easy, healthy, and wholesome "popcorn" is perfect for snacking on during the game. Make it with just three ingredients: cauliflower florets, olive oil, and garlic salt.
Healthier Buffalo Chicken Dip
Simple Roasted Edamame
You can get as creative as you want with this simple edamame recipe. For instance, you can subsitute sesame oil for olive oil or add crushed red pepper for a little spice.
Tofu Nuggets with Maple-Mustard Dipping Sauce
It couldn't be easier to make this flavorful football dip. Just throw all the ingredients together in a bowl and toss with oil and red wine vinegar. Sprinkle with garlic salt and serve!