Are you all geared up for Super Bowl Sunday? The big game isn’t all about football; it’s also about good food you can enjoy with great friends. From a table full of snacks to cheesy and meaty delicacies, let’s be honest, you will be devouring everything served. However, picking the items might get tricky if you or your guests are on a diet or prefer healthier options. So, we have some uber-healthy snacks for your Super Bowl party that can be enjoyed without guilt.
1. Homemade Guacamole
Mash avocados with garlic, salt, onion, lime juice, cilantro, tomatoes, and mayonnaise (optional). Voila, your healthy dip is ready to be relished. Keep all the ingredients prepared at the counter, mix them up during the Super Bowl, and serve the dip alongside nachos, cucumber, carrots, chips, or crackers in a bowl.
2. Zucchini Pizza Bites
Are you looking for a healthier alternative to regular pizza? Zucchini pizza is the answer. Make the pizza base with zucchini topped with pizza sauce, cheese, and basil during the Super Bowl, and leave your guests speechless with this healthy yet delicious snack option. You can top the pizza with pepperoni, tofu, or other toppings of your choice.
3. Potato Skin
Everyone loves potato skin. However, instead of frying them in oil, make them healthier by baking them or cooking them in air fryer. Once the cheese melts and the potato skins are golden and crispy, top it off with sour cream and some herbs of your choice to elevate the dish’s taste. If potatoes are a no-no due to dietary restrictions, you can do the same with Zucchini skin and wow your guests. Alternatively, kale chips are a crowd-favorite if veggie skin isn’t to your taste.
4. Cauliflower Tots
Pulse steamed cauliflower florets in a food processor and add cheese (cheddar and parmesan) along with breadcrumbs, pepper, and egg before rolling them into a tater tot shape and baking them till golden brown. You can even use your air fryer to make this recipe. Either way, this healthy version of tater tots will taste delicious. If you don’t want to make tots, you can bake them into cauliflower wings (similar to buffalo wings) and serve them with ranch or blue cheese dip.
5. Parmesan Asparagus Fries
Instead of regular French fries, serve healthy fries to your guests this Super Bowl Sunday. We agree that nothing can beat the classic French fries, but Parmesan Asparagus Fries are nothing less. They are crispy and pair well with any creamy, savory sauce. You can even serve Zucchini Fries along with it to add some variety to the plate.
6. Cucumber Sushi
Yes, you guessed it right. It has fresh and crunchy veggies packed into thick cucumber slices, mimicking traditional sushi. It is a great healthy snack for Super Bowl Sunday as it requires minimal prep and will be loved by all when served with a creamy sauce. Similarly, you can also try making Zucchini slice rolls.
7. Crunchy Chili-Spiced Chickpeas
Air fry the chickpeas or toss them in an oven until golden and crunchy. Then, mix some spices per your liking and serve them as a snack during halftime. You can also toss them into popcorn or snack mix for a protein-packed healthy snack for your Super Bowl party.
8. Caprese Salad Kabobs
Make your Super Bowl Sunday all the more fun with kabobs or kebabs. Grab your favorite meat, cheese, and veggies, stack them on a skewer, and serve them as salad kabobs. They are pretty easy to make. Even your kids can assemble them for the watch party. You can experiment with different combinations to serve at your party.
9. Jackfruit Sandwich
Replace those pork sandwiches (or any meat sandwich) with jackfruit and grilled pineapple to turn it into a healthy, vegan snack for the Super Bowl party. Your vegan friends will love this version of the sandwich and will be grateful for the snack option.
10. Deviled Eggs
You must have made this recipe for breakfast or evening snacks many times. So why not make them once again for Super Bowl Sunday? It’s healthy, delicious and nutritious. Your guests will love grabbing a bite of the deviled eggs.
So, which of these healthy snack options will you prepare for Super Bowl Sunday? Do let us know in the comment section below.