Well folks, it’s that time of year again…I am completely ambivalent about the teams playing (as always), but super excited for some eating, drinking, and socializing!  It annoys me that healthy food has a bad rap for parties like this – if you’re doing it right, there is NO sacrifice of flavor, fun, or dramatic presentation.  If you’re doing it wrong…well, you get the sad tray of pre-cut veggies that your supermarket has and call that the “healthy option.”

Do not do that.

Here are some gorgeous and delicious options, rounded up from my food networks, and all fit the bill of being nutrient dense and game-day appropriate.  Enjoy!

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Healthier 7-Layer Dip


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Pollo Asado Fries

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Vegan Warm Nacho Dip (nut-free)

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Spicy Spiralized Sweet Potato Fries

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Pizza Hummus

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Avocado Spinach Dip

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Sweet Potato Skins

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Spicy Salty Popcorn

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Spinach Artichoke Dip

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BBQ Chicken Flatbread

2 Comments on Superbowl Snacks Roundup

  1. Hey! Did you want to still add my nacho dip?

    On Thu, Feb 4, 2016 at 1:17 PM, WhyFoodWorks wrote:

    > whyfoodworks posted: “Well folks, it’s that time of year again…I am > completely ambivalent about the teams playing (as always), but super > excited for some eating, drinking, and socializing! It annoys me that > healthy food has a bad rap for parties like this – if you’re doing ” >

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