Super Bowl Snacks – The Easy Way

//Super Bowl Snacks – The Easy Way

Super Bowl Snacks – The Easy Way

Are you having friends over for the big game on Sunday? You’ll probably want to serve them some snacks, right? Did you think that they only way to enjoy healthy snacks was to magically turn into a chef? – Not the case.

These days there are a lot more healthier options in the freezer section. We’ve chosen some classic Super Bowl Sunday snacks you can pull out of the freezer with minimal effort so you spend less time in the kitchen and more time yelling and clapping at the TV with your friends. We have 4 great options here are suitable for a vegetarian and satisfying still for the meat eaters!

Super Bowl Sunday Snack #1: Wings

Lightlife Buffalo Smart Wings These delicious ‘wings’ are actually vegetarian friendly! Made from faux meat with just 110 calories and 3g of fat for a serving of 4 wings. They come in buffalo and honey BBQ flavors.

MorningStar Farms Buffalo Wings Veggie Wings Another faux wing, vegetarian option. They tastes great for just 200 calories and 8g of fat in a serving of 5 wings.

Sneak some vegetables into your snacks by adding some celery sticks and carrots with a dip made of fat-free sour cream with a bit of ranch dressing

Super Bowl Sunday Snack #2: Pizza

Amy’s Spinach Pizza Snacks Amy’s great for frozen organic options. These pizzas are made with organic flour, tomatoes and spinach. One serving equals 5-6 pieces and carries 190-210 calories and 7g of fat.

Lean Cuisine 4 Cheese Pizza Cut these single serving pizzas into wedges and share. Slice it into 6 wedges. Each wedge will have about 60 calories and .5g fat. There’s also a pepperoni french bread style.

Enjoying the game doesn’t have to mean completely falling off the healthy eating wagon. Let these easy healthier options make game day great! And… if you choose to kick back a few beers on Sunday, be sure to check out our lower calorie beer options. Or if you like to play in the kitchen, check out these great Super Bowl snack recipes.

By | 2016-11-07T10:51:49+00:00 February 2nd, 2012|Categories: Nutrition|0 Comments

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