5 Healthy Super Bowl Recipes

5 Healthy Super Bowl Recipes

Whatever the teams, one thing is for certain— greasy, finger foods will be in abundance. On Super Bowl Sunday, serve your guests snacks that are nutritious and delicious.

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Zucchini Hummus: This healthy spread will last up to five days in the fridge.

Tandoori Shrimp: Owing to the fragrant and spicy curry powders, striking yellow turmeric and earthy cardamom and allspice, Indian cuisine is a guaranteed winner if you’re into bold flavors.

Garlic Lime Black Bean Avocado Spread: Great enjoyed as a dip with veggie strips and baked chips. Add as many extra veggies as you wish: good candidates include jalapenos, blanched and cooled corn, and whole cooked black beans.

Chippy Chili: Just 10 minutes to prep and ready within an hour, this family friendly dish will quickly become one of your “go-to” meals during a busy week.

Asian Lettuce Wraps: Designed to be packed with flavor and quick to make. Ditch your routine sandwich for something with a little more pizzazz for a packed lunch that you can look forward to.

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