This time of year is filled with exciting sporting events and parties. Unfortunately, the foods that come along with gathering around a TV are usually greasy, over-processed, or filled with sugar. That’s why I’m rounding up my top favorite healthy game day recipes. These game day favorites have been lightened-up without sacrificing flavor. Whether it’s a college basketball game or the biggest football event of the year, these healthier dishes will help keep you on track while still enjoying the games.
These spicy buffalo chicken tenders are the perfect game-day snack or appetizer. This crowd-pleasing dish is comes together in 30 minutes. Tender strips of chicken are coated in a breadcrumb seasoning, baked in the oven then coated in a simple buffalo sauce. I recommend serving with celery and your choice of ranch or bleu cheese.
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With just a few simple steps, these unique sliders come together in no time. The fresh slaw combined with the sweet and smoky pulled meat and soft bun make these irresistible. This dish is perfect for any Kansas City fans at your party!
Also try my Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Sliders with Pickle Slaw.
Chicken isn’t the only meat that you can eat when you’re trying to stay healthy! Lean ground beef is the star in these indulgent-tasting dish you never knew you needed. My favorite way to dip these egg rolls is in sour cream with a drizzle of hot sauce. Perfect for any Philadelphia fans at your party!
Dips can define a party but they can also be the most unhealthy dish in the spread! Without the use of oil and butter, this dip is lightened-up, but doesn’t taste like it. Your guests will be impressed that it didn’t come from a package! Serve with dipping chips, veggies, or crackers…the possibilities are endless.
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Chicken salad is a quick, cheap and super versatile dish. I like to grab a rotisserie chicken and whip up a big bowl of my zesty Buffalo Ranch Chicken Salad or my sweet and smoky Barbeque Chicken Salad. These chicken salads can be served as a dip along side crackers and cut vegetables or on rolls as sliders.
Also try my Healthy Street Corn-Inspired Chicken Salad for a hearty dip.