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  • Eight Healthy Snacks for Super Bowl That You Can Make in 15 Mins
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Eight Healthy Snacks for Super Bowl That You Can Make in 15 Mins

Eight Healthy Snacks for Super Bowl That You Can Make in 15 Mins


Chips, pizzas, wings and dips are the usual snack items during Super Bowl Sunday. From the regular flavors to creative variations, these bunch are part of the tradition. However, it wouldn’t be a bad idea to mix up the selection at the table especially if you have some guests, family members or you yourself are into more healthy options

We give you eight examples of such snacks that are super easy to prepare so can you spend less time preparing and more time eating and watching the game.

 

Crackers With Chocolate-Hazelnut Spread and Banana

 

Recipe from realsimple.com

What could be more simple than topping your favorite crisp bread crackers with hazelnut spread and banana? The good thing about this really simple snack recipe is that you get to choose your crisp bread or even exchange it for your favorite cracker.

 

Cherry Tomatoes With Goat Cheese

Recipe from realsimple.com

Healthy, yummy and best of all, easy to consume. Cut cherry tomatoes in half and top each half with a good brand of goat cheese then sprinkle it with herbs such as chives, basil, or parsley.

 

Crispy Roasted Kale

 

Recipe from foodnetwork.com

Kale is an excellent alternative to traditional chips. To prepare it, simply dress the Kale in light mixture of olive oil and kosher salt then place the it in one layer on the sheet tray. Do not overcrowd since doing  so will result in the Kale being steamed rather than being roasted. Add extra seasoning using garlic powder, chili powder or black pepper.

 

Cucumbers With Ranch Greek Yogurt Dip

 

Recipe from popsugar.com

The star in this recipe is the dip. Instead of the traditional ranch dip that go with cucumbers, this recipe makes use of a healthier Greek yogurt seasoned with chives, parsley, garlic and some salt.

 

Dry Roasted Edamame With Black Sesame Seeds

 

Recipe from popsugar.com

Edamame is a good source of protein and fiber and with this recipe, you get a good alternative to popcorn. The recipe requires to use olive oil and salt to season the edamame before placing it on the baking sheet. When done, add some black sesame seeds for added flavor.

 

Spicy Watermelon and Pistachios

 

Recipe from realsimple.com

Spicy lovers may also experiment with fruits to add some twists. All you have to do is to simply cut the watermelon into cubes, squeeze a fresh lime juice and add lime zest of ½ a teaspoon on top of it. For the spiciness, sprinkle it with a pinch of cayenne pepper. And lastly, add some chopped, unsalted roasted pistachios.

 

Fruit Kebabs

 

Recipe from popsugar.com

Who says kebabs would only have to be an all-meat? You may slice your favorite fruits into halves and all together, line them up on a stick. A simple maple cinnamon dip will surely make your snack into a very special one.

 

Honey Roasted Cinnamon Chickpeas

 

Recipe from popsugar.com

Yummy as it looks, this sweet, crunchy, roasted bite-size appetizer is definitely a muncher. A rich in fiber and high-protein snack with satisfying crunch can replace your normally served basic bowl of nuts.

Got some recipe ideas of your own for Super Bowl Sunday? Share them on the comments below or connect with us on social media.

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