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Superbowl Party Foods that Won't Break the Calorie Bank

By Joy Musselman

Jan 28, 2014


  • Fresh Spring Rolls from Our Best Bites: We love that you can pick from 3 different dipping sauces. You can’t go wrong with a fresh vegetable recipe you can eat with your hands!
  • Skinny Seven Layer Dip from A Cedar Spoon: Try a lightened up version of this favorite dip! We recommend it with homemade baked corn tortilla chips or bell pepper scoops.
  • Baked Sweet Potato Fries from Inspired Taste: Play around with this basic (but addictive) recipe for sweet potato fries by sprinkling with your favorite spices prior to baking.
  • Slow Roasted Pulled Pork from Cooking Light: Tender, flavorful, pulled pork is always a hit. Try this version in the crockpot for easier cooking. The sauce is tangy and not too sweet!
  • Skinny Buffalo Chicken Strips from SkinnyTaste: Switching chicken tenders for the traditional wings significantly lowers the fat content. No worries, though – you won’t miss the extra calories with all the spicy buffalo flavor packed into this version!
  • White Chicken Chili from AllRecipes: Perfect for a football game in winter! This white chili has tons of flavor and is packed with fiber.
  • Taco Pizzas from Ellie Krieger: These personal pizzas are satisfying and delicious. They pair perfectly with a fresh tomato salsa.
  • Sausage and Pepper Sub from Rachael Ray: This sandwich is sure to fill you up without wreaking havoc on your heart.
  • Chocolate Angel Food Cake from Dine and Dish: This dessert takes less than 5 minutes to mix together and is perfect topped with fresh strawberries.
  • Fruit Salsa with Baked Cinnamon Sugar Chips from Mayo Clinic: These crispy chips with fruit salsa are the perfect sweet treat! As an added bonus, you can knock off one more serving of fruit for the day!

What are your favorite Superbowl party foods? Tell us in the comments below!