Game-Day Meal Plan

Game-Day Meal Plan

Are you ready for some football? With Super Bowl right around the corner (Mark your calendars: Sunday, February 7), now is the perfect time to start prepping for the big game. We don’t mean hitting the weight room or studying the play book. We’re talking about elevating your game-day menu by offering healthier versions of classic football fare.

Check out the delicious and guilt-free recipes below. Then, start working on your celebratory dance because these will be a touchdown!

Dips

Salsa-mole dip (joybauer.com)

Creamy sweet potato dip (deliciouslyella.com)

Spiced-up hummus (wholeliving.com)

Broccomole: Broccoli guacamole (domesticfits.com)

Lightened jalepeño popper dip (ringfingertanline.com)

Snacks

Parmesan zucchini fries (katherinemartinelli.com)

Caesar salad bites (foodandwine.com)

Spicy chicken tenders (joybauer.com)

– Swap out party mix for Raise The Bar-BQ

– Avoid buttery popcorn with Mr. Popular

Main Course

– Joy’s buffalo chicken chili (joybauer.com)

– Slow-cooker chicken taco bowls (budgetbytes.com)

Crock pot chili (lemonstripes.com)

Sunday pot roast (victoriamcginley.com)

Crispy baked chicken with Sriracha honey mustard sauce (domesticate-me.com)

Desserts

– Frozen chocolate peanut butter cups (joybauer.com)

Chocolate fruit sticks (deliciouslyella.com)

Football team cookies (fashionablehostess.com)

Chocolate football strawberries (domesticfits.com)

– 5 ingredient vegan rice crispie treats (healthfulpursuit.com)

Dont drop the ball


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