A Snack Girl Super Bowl with 10 Healthy Snacks

January 26, 2015   9 Comments

If you follow this blog closely, you know that I live in Massachusetts AKA home of the New England Patriots.

10 Healthy Super Bowl Snacks

Yes, my dear readers, I have a team in the Super Bowl and I am getting fired up for my party. In honor of the game, we usually pick up an ice cream cake in the shape of a football because it makes us laugh.

I will not be ordering Dominos or buffalo chicken wings because I am Snack Girl. If Snack Girl can’t figure out party snacks for football watching – who can?

Ordinarily, I do not watch TV and eat because it leads to not paying any attention of how many forkfuls I have put in my mouth. The plan is to have enough healthy stuff so that the many forkfuls doesn’t add up to much.

What do you serve for the Super Bowl?

  1. Three Layer Bean Dip: Because Three is Faster Than Seven
  2. Love Buffalo Chicken Wings? A Dip That Will Satisfy
  3. Give Your Popcorn A South Of The Border Spin
  4. An Entire Serving of “Fries” for 133 Calories
  5. Meet Mini Mac and Cheese Bites: The Best Way to Enjoy Pasta
  6. angeledeggsb Lighten The Devil In These Eggs
  7. Makeover This Favorite Bar Food
  8. A Buffalo Cauliflower Recipe For The Snack Girl Recipe Swap
  9. Turn Dull Beans Into A Potato Chip Replacement
  10. Buffalo Chicken Meatballs

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I love a good deviled egg! Mine don't have toooo much mayo, plus some healthy horseradish:)…

If anyone (else) has had trouble getting the shells off very fresh eggs, I have discovered that steaming them for 20 minutes instead of boring them somehow makes that easier.

hummus with veggies, smoky black bean dip (using turkey bacon), turkey vegetable soup,potato skins w/ crab, roasted almonds, Julia Child's ratatouille, focaccia,fruit salad, deviled eggs,hot chocolate,fruit water, beer and wine.I have to cook for 50 people since it is also hubby's 50th b-day! Any volunteers out there?

Turkey Taco Chili - also does great double duty on nachos!

I have to confess I strongly dislike football! (and wrestling, boxing and bull-fighting) I have been cornered into many a SB Sunday where I just managed to enjoy the sociable aspect only, usually in the kitchen. Now I'm in a place where I don't do even that anymore. However I enjoy healthy snacking and will be using many of your great recipes, esp cauliflower buffalo wings. We had those among our holiday snacks and they were a hit! :)

GO PATS!! I too live in MA and will rooting for the Pats this Sunday. However, I really haven't given a single thought to game day treats. I was planning on just watching at a family member's house but I was just invited over to a party, so now I'm thinking about what to bring. YIKES! I think I'll be taking a closer look at your recipes this week. Unfortunately for me (and the rest of the Northeast), right now I'm more concerned with the Blizzard making it's way up the coast today than thinking about food for the Superbowl. I'm hoping that the grocery stores have a chance to restock after the run on supplies for the Blizzard. Should be a great week! NOT!

GO SEAHAWKS!!!! I'll be doing a tex-mex dip which is similar to your three layer dip, and possibly use some of your suggestions for other goodies! Again, GO HAWKS! :)

I will be using some of your recipes as we cheer the Seahawks on to a win, here west of Seattle!

I am a bad girl I will be making my own healthy baked wings. I think that is better then fried, dipped and re-fried wings most places have today. I also will have some hummus and baby carrots. YUM!

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