Every January, as football playoffs come to a close and two teams claim spots in the big game, Superbowl party planning begins for many people. It may not even matter if your team is in the big game. People are coming over to watch the Superbowl and you need healthy game day recipes to get the best of both worlds.
That is exactly why we developed a bunch of recipes that take the processed junk out of game day recipes while keeping the flavor in. Most people won’t even be able to tell the difference between these healthy game day recipes and their deep-fried counterparts.
In this blog, I’ve compiled a list of my favorites from our larger list of healthy Game Day recipes. These recipes are healthier versions of some of your favorites like chips and dip, boneless buffalo wings, pretzels and beer cheese, and more.
So, invite your friends over for the Superbowl (or any other game you want to watch) and make a few of these healthy game day recipes. Or, pick one or two to take to someone else’s house for the game.
Enjoy the game!
(see below the picture gallery for links to each of the healthy game day recipes)
7 – Boneless Buffalo Wings – Of course, buffalo wings are practically the flagship food of sports bars and game day parties. It wouldn’t be right to have a healthy game day recipes collection without something like this.
8 – Cauliflower Buffalo Wings – Buffalo wings get another shout out with this vegan version made with cauliflower. I made these for a party once and they were the first thing gone. You don’t need to be vegan to love these (although, if you are, make sure your sauce is vegan because some of them have butter in them).
9 – Chili and Cornbread – This chili is nearly world famous. If I say “nearly” then I can say that, right? I suppose it’s debatable, but chili and cornbread is definitely something worth thinking about for your list of healthy game day recipes.