Snacks for Superbowl Weekend!

Touchdown! You’ll please all the taste buds at your Superbowl Party with these snack ideas!

Endive Chips with Avocado and Salsa

Endive is a great alternative to chips at any gathering! The fresh, crisp and crunchy leaves are the perfect “scoop” for the spoonful of salsa and avocado! Pair it with your favorite salsa or your best homemade salsa recipe and top with a slice of avocado! This dish is a great center piece too! You can arrange the leaves in the shape of a flower…or maybe even a football!

Prep:

Separate and wash endive leaves, pat dry. Spread evenly onto a plate, spoon in salsa and add slice of avocado to garnish!

 

Greek Yogurt Dip with Veggies!

Who doesn’t love dip? It’s a snack staple!!! We’ve reinvented fat filled, fake ingredient dips and it’s SO good! The best part? You can customized the flavor and change it up all the time!

Prep:

1 cup Plain Greek Yogurt and mix with 0.5-1 TBSP dried dill, black pepper and sea salt. Mix well and refrigerate 24 hours before serving. Not a fan of dill? Substitute with your favorite Mrs. Dash flavor! Serve with raw veggies like cucumbers, carrots, peppers or broccoli!

 

Turkey Taco Boats 

Say goodbye to those carbohydrate filled taco shells and hello to taco heaven! This might become a weekly favorite in your household!

Prep:

Romaine leaves, washed and pat dry. In a skillet, fry up ground turkey breast (try to look for 93-99% fat free) with your favorite spices! We enjoy cayenne, chili powder, black pepper, red crushed pepper and garlic powder! Drain any grease from pan. Take your romaine leaves and spoon in taco turkey mix! Top with fresh chopped onions, tomatoes, peppers, or cilantro! Be creative!

 

Sweet Potato Fries & Slow Cooker Chili 

We don’t believe in recreating the wheel, here’s an awesome chili recipe from Paleo Newbie that compliments the sweet  taste of the sweet potato fries nicely!

Prep:

Preheat oven to 400° F. Cut the sweet potato into long, 1/4′ think “fries”. Place in a bowl and drizzle with olive oil. Now it’s time to spice it up! Dash of chili powder, sea salt, garlic powder and black pepper! If you’re going for more of a savory flavor try rosemary and thyme! Bake for 30-40 minutes or until the edges are slightly crispy! Broil a few minutes after if you want a little bit more crunch! Serve on the side of your bowl of chili! OR, top a baked sweet potato with chili for even less preparation! You pick!

 

AND if you’re in the mood for Drumsticks try our Spicy Caveman Drumsticks recipe HERE!

We hope you enjoy these as much as our taste buds do! Here’s to an awesome Superbowl Weekend!

-Team Fit Body