Super Bowl Sunday is here at last. Maybe you’re routing for Peyton Manning, or maybe you’d like to see Cam Newton dabbing in the end zone. Perhaps you’re only watching Beyonce at half-time or just tuning in for the commercials. No matter your reason for watching the NFL Super Bowl 50 this Sunday, one thing is certain: you won’t be eating acai bowls or sipping on green juice. Super Bowl snacks are just part of the game, and while they might not be healthiest things for you, they’re an American tradition. That being said, with just a few tweaks, your snacks can be at least a little better for you. Here’s 5 tasty Super Bowl snacks that won’t completely fumble your diet.
Spicy Turkey Chickpea Chili
After all, what’s the Super Bowl without a bowl of chili. This recipe swaps your classic chili ingredients for just slightly healthier ones, but it’s still guaranteed to hit the spot.
Chipotle Chicken Potato Skins
These look soo good. They’re spicy, sweet, and most importantly, cheesy. This healthier twist on your classic sports bar favorite is sure to be a hit at any party you attend.
Crispy Sweet Potato Chips with Avocado Sriracha Dip
Forget the Lays and onion dip, this chip and dip recipe takes things to the next level. The chips are baked to perfection, and the dip is basically just Sriracha and avocados, so you know it’s amazing.
Cauliflower Buffalo Wings
Crispy cauliflower that tastes like buffalo wings? Yes, please. If you feel like skipping the chicken this year, try swapping it for cauliflower. You won’t be disappointed.
If you forgot to make something for the party, this is your hail mary pass. Pop any kind of low-fat, minimal butter variety of popcorn in the microwave and top with chili powder, cumin, pepper, paprika, and sharp jalapeno cheese.