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Heavy game-day fare like chicken wings and cheese dips seem to be the staple of Super Bowl Sunday. We’ve put together three of our favorite appetizer recipes to shake things up and stay healthy while watching the big game. Loaded Mediterranean Sweet Potato Skins. Sweet Potato Hummus Dip. Buffalo Cauliflower Bites with Avocado Blue Cheese Dressing.

Made-Over Game-Day Classics. Lighter Party Spread. Game-day recipes like Buffalo chicken dip, sliders and potato skins are lightened up just in time for kickoff. Lightened-Up Asian Turkey Sliders.

Sweet Potato Skins. Vegetarian Beans in Blankets. Lightened-Up Slow-Cooker Chicken Buffalo Dip. Dress up your appetizer collection with these healthy recipes that will keep football enthusiasts and foodies alike satisfied.

Go with classic game day food like Stuffed Jalapeño Bites and Glazed Cocktail Meatballs, or take it a step further with elegant recipes like Smoked Salmon Deviled Eggs and Broiled Shrimp with Rémoulade. Super Bowl favorites like cheesy nachos and loaded baked potatoes are guaranteed party hits, but they aren’t exactly the healthiest snacks. Simple swaps, like air-frying or baking your own chips instead of buying store-bought ones, can help keep calories, fat, and sodium in check.

These healthier dips, spreads, soups, and treats are sure to satisfy your game day cravings. Baked Brie: Brie cheese round + pepper jelly + sliced fruit Method: Place wheel of Brie in a 350° oven for 5 to 10 minutes until warm and gooey.Top with pepper jelly and serve with sliced fruit. More Baked Brie: Crescent roll dough (or refrigerated pie crust) wrapped around a wheel of Brie cheese and brushed with egg.Baked until golden brown and serve with apples and crackers. 75+ Delish Super Bowl Appetizers The Whole Team Will Love.

Get more game-day ideas in our collection of Super Bowl party recipes. View Gallery 80 Photos Parker Feierbach. 1 of 80. 3 Healthy Appetizers for the Super Bowl January 27, 2015 / in Food, Health & Wellness / by hint water The Super Bowl is coming up and you know what that means!

The best Super Bowl appetizer recipes have to be simple for the cook to minimize time in the kitchen and fortunately healthy finger food recipes are my speciality. With three ingredients starting with pizza dough, my delicious Olive Parmesan Cheese Bites are. These healthy Super Bowl recipes make perfect appetizers for any game day or tailgate party, from delicious sliders and quesadillas to deviled eggs and chicken wings.

If you’re on a healthy kick this year, you might be feeling a little worried about all the fried, cheesy finger foods always served at Super Bowl parties. Fear not, because these healthy Super Bowl recipes have all the comfort food goodness you hope for in your Super Bowl appetizers.

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Mix salad ingredients: 2 cups cooked diced TURKEY, 1 cup sliced CELERY, /, cup JICAMA, diced.

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• Relishes—These appetizers, which consist of various raw vegetables with or without dressing and/or sweetener, vary widely in their energy content from such items as chopped sour pickles (only 3 Calories (kcal] per ounce (28 g) to cranberry-orange relish (51 Calories (kcal] per ounce).

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To really win points with the family, offer a wide variety of additional ingredients in small bowls (sunflower seeds, black beans, capers, and red onion slices for starters) so everyone can dress up their salads to their liking.

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These recipes would make a great Super Bowl party spread, or whip them up for any sports

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2 Add salad ingredients except tortilla chips to a large bowl and toss to combine.

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BoulestiN’s salAD Mix equal quantities of diced cold turkey or chicken, celery and unpeeled eating apples.

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The healthy appetizer recipes in this chapter can all be enjoyed with an entrée, and the snacks can complement meals.

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The variety of different salads that may be made is great and one or more of these may be had at all seasons of the year.

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Divide salad among individual plates, top with turkey mixture, and sprinkle with tomatoes, avocado, cheese, and tortilla chips.

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  • I put the artichoke / spinach dip on lavash bread (Trader Joe’s), folded it twice, spread Miykos butter on the outside and fried in pan until golden brown. OMG! Sarah, Thank you soo much for the great recipes!

  • Aww I can’t eat soy or nuts, this is useless for me:c
    I really wish that vegan dips and dressings weren’t so incredibly often soy/ nut based.

  • these all look sooo good omg. french onion and spinach dip were my favorite things growing up before going vegan. gonna try these asap:)