Super Bowl food recipes don't have to be a sacrifice to eat. Though you're more likely to consume additional calories while watching the game, you can curb that count more than you think.
Rather than dipping your salty potato chip into a creamy onion or taco dip, opt to reach for a pita chip that's baked, and sample one (or all!) of these healthy Super Bowl recipes for dips that we've collected.
Tried and true, these healthy Super Bowl recipes are certainly a figure-friendly alternative to typical Super Bowl foods, but they still taste great. They'll work just as wonderful as a distraction from biting your fingernails while watching your team compete as those fatty dips!
Onion dip is our favorite, but can run upwards of 960 calories per cup. With all the scooping we plan on doing that doesn't bode well for our New Year's resolution to eat healthy, so we've whipped up our own onion dip that's cuts the calorie count to 240 and is still a healthy Super Bowl recipe you can enjoy without the guilt. Read More
One reason we're such fans of this healthy Super Bowl dip is because of how hearty and tasty it is. Dip a pita chip into it, scoop up a good bit of it and pop it in your mouth to experience an amazing explosion of flavor that will satisfy without leaving you feeling like you can't take another bite for fear of the dreaded calorie count! Read More
Trust us, it's a lot harder to say Tzatziki dip then it is to make it - especially when you've got our helpful video to guide you! Creamy and cool, this healthy Super Bowl recipe is a great substitute for the fat-ridden Ranch we all enjoy so much. It's full of flavor and pairs well with almost any kind of dipper, but cuts calories, which guests will absolutely appreciate! Read More
This dip is one of the easiest we've ever made. Full of hearty veggies, it pairs naturally with pita tortillas. Give yourself a few hours to let it sit and chill in the fridge before you serve it to guests for optimal taste. Read More
Your mind may not jump to fruit when it comes to dip ingredients, but definitely give this recipe a try! Super Bowl fans will appreciate the sweet and healthy Super Bowl recipe since the rest of your Super Bowl foods are bound to have lots of spice! Read More
Homemade tomato salsa isn't terrible for you, but you're more likely to pick this up at the grocery store than make it - and that's no good! This variation on salsa is a healthy Super Bowl recipe that has lots of fresh flavor. The chopped fruit gives it a sweetness, while the jalapeno adds warmth and savoriness. Read More
Avocados have a lot of healthy fats, but too much of it can be no good. If, like us, you're more likely to shovel guacamole into your mouth because it's just so tasty you'll love this calorie-cutting dip recipe. You might have guessed that peas are the secret. Courtney's version though, is phenom and a must try. Read More
Hummus mixed with some light mayo, sun-dried tomato and green onion makes for a healthy Super Bowl dip the whole crowd will enjoy. It's slightly salty, a bit sweet and simply delicious! Read More