5 Healthy Game Day Snacks

5 Healthy Game Day Snacks

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Sunday is just around the corner, and you’re probably starting to think about the other star of the day –– the food! So if you’re having people over to watch the big game, or going somewhere to watch with friends, why not surprise everyone with some healthy options. There’s nothing better than chowing down on delicious snacks, but it’s even better when those snacks aren’t terrible for you. We’ve found some of the most delicious, yet healthy game day snacks for your party! Let’s kick it off, shall we?

1. Baked Buffalo Cauliflower Bites

These buffalo wing substitutes offer a spicy meatless alternative to the popular game day food. They can also be served with a dairy-free ranch sauce. Seriously, these are packed with so much flavor, you won’t miss the fried version.

Get the recipe here: Our Life Tastes Good

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2. Cheese & Onion Roasted Chickpeas

If you like the taste of cheese & onion, you will love these. This healthy spin on snack food tastes just like crispy cheese & onion chips, yet they have NO cheese in them at all. Score!

Get the recipe here: A Virtual Vegan

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3. Texas Caviar

If you’ve never tried this veggie/bean dip, well, now is the time! It’s super easy to make, but it packs a refreshing punch of spice. Serve it with corn chips, or veggies (or both). We guarantee at least someone asks you for the recipe before the end of the game!

Get the recipe here: The Pretty Bee

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4. Dilly Cucumber Bites

These bite-size veggie bites are very tasty, and best of all, you don’t feel guilty eating a ton of them! When there’s a ton of heavy/greasy snacks, a light bite like this offers a fresh option that your friends will thank you for.

Get the recipe here: Jess Fuel

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5. Vegan Queso Blanco

Fair warning: you may burn your mouth multiple times on this dip because you can’t wait for it to cool down. This Mexican dip is easy to make and has a ton of flavor. It’s best served warm such as in a crock pot, just be careful that it doesn’t burn. Watch your friends devour this dip, and THEN tell them it’s vegan, you will knock their socks off!

Get the recipe here: Veggies Don’t Bite

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