This Healthy Super Bowl Menu is a crowd pleaser – treat your friends and family to lighter versions of their favorite Game Day foods!
Are you hosting a Super Bowl party? Super Bowl Sunday is notorious for being a day of feasting and overeating, so treat your friends and family to lighter versions of their favorite party foods.
I’ve put together this Healthy Super Bowl Menu, which includes dips, chili, burrito bowls, sliders, brownies and cookies that will make a beautiful spread for your Super Bowl party.
Here are a few tips from Super Bowl parties I’ve thrown:
- I like to put out lots of dips before the game starts so people have something to munch on for the first part of the game. Include a variety of colorful vegetable dippers in addition to tortilla chips.
- I make the dinner recipe at least one day before the party and reheat it in a slow cooker several hours before the party starts. This keeps everything warm until we serve dinner at halftime, and frees me up to make the appetizers on the day of the party.
- Serving chili or burrito bowls is a fun, interactive meal during halftime because guests can customize their own bowls with their favorite toppings.
- A colorful, festive salad is always welcome, and a few sweet treats is all you need to end the party.
Skinny Buffalo Chicken Wing Dip
Skinny Queso Cheese Guacamole Dip
Spicy Korean Barbecue Chicken Sliders
Chipotle Style Chicken Burrito Bowl
Slow Cooker Turkey Black Bean Chili
Mexican Chopped Salad with Creamy Cilantro Lime Greek Yogurt Avocado Dressing
Insanely Good Chocolate Brownies
Toasted Coconut Chocolate Chip Oat Sorghum Cookies
Are you making any healthier versions of your favorite Game Day foods for Super Bowl? I’d love to hear!
Julie @ RDelicious Kitchen says
What an interesting twist on the kale guac! I love football, but the food is just as important as the game itself. Love your round-up!
I agree – the food is a big part of Super Bowl!
Laura O |Petite Allergy Treats says
I think all of these look amazing and would be great for the big game. People won’t notice (or care) they’re eating healthier too. Pinned
Thanks Laura – I agree, as long as food tastes good, no one notices if it’s healthier 😉
Angie@Angie's Recipes says
Yum! This is a great collection of healthy treats, Jeanette.
Laura - raise your garden says
I love every suggestion on the list with the skin spinach dip topping the list! I don’t feel like I’m making any sort of sacrifice here. And even though I’m Tom buffalo, ny, I’m sick of pizza and wings.