Nutritionist-Approved Super Bowl Snack
Carrot sticks and matcha aren't what you want to serve at a Super Bowl party. Because but that doesn't mean that healthy eating has to go out of the window.
There are many healthy recipes that reinvent staples like pizza and sliders. So we asked prominent dietitians to offer their favourite Super Bowl meals.
From vegan to Paleo, this slideshow has it all. Afraid to cook There are also packaged choices.
This Super Bowl pizza is one-third the calorie of the original. Tomato sauce contains fibre and phytonutrients from cauliflower, mushrooms, and spices.
Cauliflower Pizza Muffins
The Nutrition Twins believe these snacks contain protein and fibre, which help regulate blood sugar and reduce cravings for unhealthy Super Bowl meals.
Hummus Stuffed Jalapeño Poppers
Hippeas Organic Chickpea Snacks' tortilla chip line. My go-to nachos and salsa. It's delightful and healthful, says celebrity chef Matthew Kenney.
Roasted Cherry Tomato Salsa and Chips
They may be mistaken for meat at a Super Bowl party! We need more cauliflower. Delicious cauliflower for the Super Bowl.
Vegan No-Fry Cauliflower Hot Wings
If you want more nutrients and less simple carbs, wrap these vegetarian patties in lettuce.
Roasted Black Bean Vegan Burgers
These rolls are richer in protein than regular bread and include no artificial colours or preservatives.
Mini Carne Asada Tortas
These low-carb nibbles are high in protein and healthful fat from coconut oil. Fibre and vitamin-rich butternut squash
Mini Butternut-Bacon Bites
Low-Carb Alternatives to White Bread