7 Zero-Guilt Super Bowl Recipes (That Actually Taste Amazing)
If you're excited about the big game on Sunday because football is your life, you go, girl. Unfortunately, that is not me. But the Super Bowl is clearly not just for sports fans. There are commercials, snacks, and drinks to be had as well. If you've been on a resolution kick, though (I commend you for making it this far), the seven-layer dips and buffalo wings can seem daunting in terms of staying on track.
Even so, don't fret—Pinterest is filled with thousands of recipes that taste delicious, look perfect enough to Instagram, and are good for you too. All you have to do is whip them up and have fun, no stress. Keep scrolling for the most popular (but still healthy) Super Bowl recipes on Pinterest.
Made from corn, avocado, and kale, these bite-size snacks are the perfect appetizer to hold you over until halftime.
Let's face it—traditional seven-layer dip is just as delicious as it is high in calories. But thanks to this mixture of tomatoes, Greek yogurt, lime juice, and beans, you can dip and munch in peace.
These turkey-and-veggie rolls take just 15 minutes to make but will have your guests chowing down all night.
Sriracha, honey, and shrimp sound like a winning combination. Add cilantro to the mix and you'll be the most popular person at your Super Bowl party, guaranteed.
You don't have to eat ground beef to enjoy a hearty, satisfying bowl of chili. Mix beans, carrots, garlic, and corn for the best veggie option you've (or you guests) have ever had.
Gluten-free? No problem. Fix yourself a heaping stack of sweet potato skins with spinach and chipotle pepper. It tastes like a cheat but won't feel like one come morning.
What's your favorite Super Bowl recipe? Sound off in the comments below!