These flavorful meatballs use turkey instead of beef to cut down on saturated fat and calories. Once they're cooked, keep them in a slow cooker or pot over low heat; provide skewers or toothpicks for serving. Get the recipe.
Easy to make and lighter than sour-cream-based dips, this fresh appetizer also tastes great with fresh crudités, such as carrot, jicama, and celery sticks. Get the recipe.
Your guests will love this simple-to-make satay. Even without the spicy red sauce, the grilled chicken is delicious! Get the recipe.
This nut-based dip, full of healthy fats, goes together quickly and is a surefire crowd-pleaser; even kids love it. Get the recipe.
A vegan take on basic quesadillas, these don't contain cheese; instead, they're filled with healthy sautéed chard and creamy avocado. Get the recipe.
This healthier version of a great party dessert replaces cream with water and omega-3-rich flaxseed oil--plus a hint of orange and cayenne for a little kick. Get the recipe.
Make or buy these easy, healthy snacks to jazz up your Super Bowl buffet:
Classic hummus with lemon juice
Stuffed grape leaves served with plain yogurt mixed with chili powder and cumin
Mixed olives (picholine, castelvetrano, nicoise, kalamata)
Jicama sticks sprinkled with fresh lime juice, salt, and red chili powder
Goat cheese mashed with pimentos and slices green onions, served with rice crackers
Check out these healthier, hearty snacks to make your Super Bowl party a winner.
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