Healthy Superbowl Party Recipes

Looking for healthy superbowl fare that won’t kill your New Year’s resolution? I know it’s still three weeks until the final game of the post-season, but why not already enjoy these for this weekend’s AFC and NFC Championship game?

Try my recipes made with the healing power of superfoods, like spinach, avocado, and kale.

Snack Well

healthy-jalapeno-poppers-300x223Snacks made with nutrient-rich foods like spinach and avocado don’t have to be unhealthy.

You can feast on spinach artichoke dip or guacamole. Use veggie sticks for dipping instead of chips or crackers to make it waistline-friendly.

Salsa is my top pick for skinny snacking! Do something different and make a grapefruit olive salsa or spicy pineapple salsa. In the mood to make something they will really cheer for? Try my stuffed jalapeno poppers.

Better Burger

Start with lean sirloin or try this tasty turkey burger to make a leaner option. Top with guacamole or baby spinach to add plenty of feel-good fiber. Eating more fiber means better digestion and slower uptake of carbs into your body, for a better fat burn.

Cheesy Finger Food

black bean quesadillaCraving something cheesy yet healthy? Try a black bean quesadilla that you can eat with your fingers, no plates required.

Or perhaps some cheesy stuffed mushrooms are more your speed.

Kick-off Cocktail

Looking for a cocktail that won’t overload you by half time? Try my 96-calorie Watermelon Twist. Or try my pomegranate margarita for 168 calories, made with real, antioxidant-rich pomegranate juice.


  1. Thanks for these recipes! My boyfriend is having a bunch of his buddies over to watch the game but he’s also on a health kick so I wanted to make something they can all enjoy!

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