Whenever the Big Game rolls around, I tend to indulge in foods that just aren’t good for me. Potato chips. Chex mix drenched in butter and sugar. Soda. M&Ms and more M&Ms. The list goes on. But, as much as I love the indulgence, I also crave a little something healthy to along with it all. Besides, some of the tastiest foods out there are also wonderfully healthy!
If you’re still looking for some great recipes for your party this Sunday, consider one of these better-for-you options! These 10 healthy eats for the big game are sure to please!
Healthy and Delicious 1 of 11
These healthy snacks are perfect for watching the Big Game, and they're so delicious you won't even know they're so good for you!
Crispy Kale Chips 2 of 11
Forget potato chips, go with crispy, salty kale chips! They're super healthy and easy to make. Also, they taste good. Promise.
Homemade Hummus 3 of 11
This classic recipe for hummus is simple and delicious, and who doesn't like hummus? Even my kids dig in!
Meatless Buffalo Bites 4 of 11
Even the vegetarians can enjoy the goodness that is a Buffalo wing. This recipe is super easy to throw together and mighty tasty!
Mango Salsa 5 of 11
Salsa is always a great healthy snack. This particular salsa is especially tasty, with a nice sweet flavor and packed with superfood mango.
Southwest Chicken Rolls 6 of 11
These rolls are packed with all kinds of tasty, healthy ingredients and they're baked instead of fried.
Photo source: Like Mother, Like Daughter
Roasted Garlic Black Bean Hummus 7 of 11
Want a little more flavor in your hummus? Go with roasted garlic and black beans. You'll be glad you did!
Photo source: I Heart Eating
Avocado and Feta Cheese Orzo Salad 8 of 11
This salad tastes so good your football-watching guests won't even realize they're eating salad.
Photo source: Diethood
Layered Greek Dip 9 of 11
I love Mexican Layered Dip as much as the next person, but I also love this healthy twist on a theme, using Greek food as inspiration.
Photo source: Very Culinary
Oven Baked Truffle Fries 10 of 11
Leave the skins on your potatoes, bake them up and then drizzle them in truffle aioli for healthier and way-more-gourmet french fry goodness.
Photo source: Kailley's Kitchen
Moroccan Cauliflower Poppers 11 of 11
There's just something about bites of roasted cauliflower that make them so pop-em-in-your-mouth worthy, especially drenched in delicious Moroccan spices.
Photo source: Lexi's Clean Kitchen