16 Super Bowl Snacks that Won’t Destroy Your Diet

16 Super Bowl Snacks that Won’t Destroy Your Diet:

It’s always a mega-crisis, isn’t it? You’ve been invited to a Super Bowl party and you just want to eat everything in sight… But everything is just so bad for you. Whether you’re hosting a party or you’ve been invited to one, why not make a few of these healthier but equally delicious options available so you don’t sabotage that body you’ve been working so hard on?

1. Spicy Vegan Quinoa Stuffed Mushrooms 

Spicy Vegan Quinoa Stuffed Mushrooms

No cheese necessary; these quinoa stuffed mushrooms are a healthy alternative to the ones typically found at parties, laden with cream, cheese, and butter. Plus, quinoa is a perfect protein and it’s super filling.

2. Caprese Sliders

Caprese Sliders

These single-serve miniature caprese sliders are just the cutest little things. They’re also bursting with flavor and so simple to make.

3. Smoked Salmon and Cucumber Stacks

smoked salmon, cucumber, dill, cream cheese, appetizer, pescetarian, healthy

Cucumbers take the place of crackers in this delightful, low-carb appetizer. The smoked salmon will really hit the spot, while the dill will leave you feeling refreshed.

4. Greek Yogurt Avocado Spread

Greek Yogurt Avocado Spread

You can use this one as a spread on quesadillas, sandwiches, or as a high-protein dip for chips or veggies!

5. Corn and Black Bean Salsa

Corn and Black Bean Salsa 3

Hearty black beans, cumin, and sweet corn make up this tantalizing salsa. You can use this as a garnish, serve it with chips, or even eat it on its own. It really is that good!

6. Nacho Trifles

Nacho Trifles

These nacho trifles are perfectly portioned so you can eat your layered dip without busting a button! Make with fresh guacamole, home made salsa, and substitute Greek Yogurt for the sour cream for an even healthier treat.

7. Shrimp and Grouper Fiesta Ceviche

Shrimp and Grouper Fiesta Ceviche

This amazing dish can be served as-is, with chips as a dip, or try serving it in iceberg lettuce leaves for a tasty lettuce-wrap!

8. Low-carb Smoked Salmon and Avocado Roll-ups

Low-carb Smoked Salmon and Avocado Roll-ups

A platter full of these babies will leave everybody wanting more. Tangy goat cheese and smoked salmon are a beautiful combination, and this tortilla-free wrap keeps your carb count way down!

9. Sesame and Wasabi Seared Tuna

Sesame and Wasabi Seared Tuna

There might be nothing more refreshing than seared sashimi-grade tuna. This recipe has a wasabi kick to it and is perfect for serving cold. Filling up on this high-protein treat wouldn’t be so bad now, would it?

10. Roasted Vegetable Nachos

Roasted Vegetable Nachos

Adding simply prepared roasted vegetables to your nachos will really fill you up on veggies vs. chips. Plus, all of the extra flavor means you can use the cheese sparingly and get in a hearty helping of vitamins and minerals while you’re at it! Use Greek Yogurt to substitute for sour cream for an extra healthy dish.

11. Habañero Shrimp and Jicama Salsa

Habañero Shrimp and Jicama Salsa

Now this is a salsa that packs a lot of heat! The ingredients in this salsa are very clean and the addition of shrimp won’t only add flavor, but belly-filling protein as well. This treasure can be used as a dip, a topping, or once again, it can be eaten on its own! It’s another great option to serve with iceberg lettuce leaves for tasty lettuce wraps.

12. Breadless Tuna Melt in a Tomato

Breadless Tuna Melt in a Tomato

If you’re having your Super Bowl party at home, these stuffed tomatoes make an excellent lunch or dinner meal. OR, use cherry tomatoes instead to make the filling go farther and to make them easily shareable (and wonderfully portable)!

13. Low-carb Tuna Tataki Rolls

Tuna Tataki Rolls with Creamy Ginger Sauce

Another high-protein choice, these tataki rolls are reminiscent of sushi while sparing you all of those white rice carbs.

14.Breadless Margherita Pizza on a Portobello

Breadless Margherita Pizza on a Portobello

These crustless pizzas are wonderfully filling, easily sliced into little pie pieces, and they can be served cold if you don’t get a chance to reheat them in the oven. Portobello mushrooms have a meaty taste and texture that is sure to be a big hit!

15. Cinnamon Cocoa Coated Almonds

Cinnamon Cocoa Coated Almonds

Satisfy a bit of that sweet tooth while steering clear of pre-roasted and salted mixed nuts that have become synonymous with football parties. Not only will these raw almonds fill you up with omega-3 goodness, but you’ll save yourself from all of that bloating from too much sodium!

16. Dark Chocolate Orange and Chia Almond Mix

Dark Chocolate Orange and Chia Almond Mix

Now this is a nut mix I can really get behind! Raw almonds coated in orange juice, a touch of pure maple syrup, and chia seeds combined with dark chocolate and dried orange pieces? This is an antioxidant, vitamin, and omega-3 rich snack that will fill you up before you get the chance to overindulge.

You too can enjoy the Super Bowl party while indulging in healthy treats that keep all of your New Year’s resolutions intact!

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