Trying to score a touchdown with your food contribution at the Super Bowl party, while still being mindful to eat well? Below are 7 healthy Super Bowl recipes from 8fit that will make your jalapeno-popper-popping friends green with envy (and have you screaming joyfully from the sideline).
No fouls here – each snack ditches trans-fat, refined sugar and copious amounts of salt. And, as Justin Timberlake will likely sing during the halftime show, “Haters gonna say it’s fake,” but these snacks are real, healthy and delicious.
In honor of Super Bowl LII, here a 5 savory and 2 sweet snacks to serve to all of your biggest fans. Each recipe makes a 400-calorie serving that’s fit for a small crowd. Double or triple the recipes if needed.
5 savory — and 2 sweet — snacks from 8fit
1. Deviled Eggs with Hummus
Using hummus instead of egg yolks adds a boost of plant-based protein, extra flavor and creaminess.
2. Basil and Goat Cheese Tomato Bites
Cheese can still play a role in your healthy Super Bowl treats. These cute little bites with basil are incredibly flavorful thanks to delicious, nutritious goat cheese.
3. Grape, Gouda and Arugula Skewers
Looking for the perfect blend of sweet and savory? These skewers combine grapes with gouda and arugula to satisfy your tastebuds.
4. Strawberry Chicken Pinwheel Wrap
These strawberry chicken pinwheels make the perfect party snack – they’re packed with protein and antioxidants.
5. Rosemary Garlic Popcorn and Pumpkin Seeds
Not all popcorn is unhealthy — just the buttery movie theater version. Make your own popcorn and turn it into a more filling snack by adding protein-rich pumpkin seeds.
6. White Bean Rosemary Dip
This dip is high in fiber and contains energy-boosting herbs. Note: The calorie count below accounts for 5 whole grain crackers plus the entire dip.
7. Avocado Feta Dip with Carrot and Celery
This tart and creamy dip is packed with protein, healthy fats and hydrating vegetables.
We’d love to see what you’re cooking on Super Bowl Sunday. Tag 8fit in photos of your delicious, healthy Super Bowl snacks on social media.