Healthy Game-Day Eats

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You’ve been doing really well at sticking to your healthy meals but the day of the big game is looming ahead and, let’s face it—the big game celebration isn’t complete without tasty foods. Well, we’ve got some great news! You don’t have to break your healthy streak on game day. Here are some of our favorite healthy eats, perfect to pair together for your game day get-togethers:

Oven-Roasted Cauliflower Bites

You’re going to love these slightly spicy roasted cauliflower bites paired with a cool cilantro Greek yogurt dipping sauce. This is one tasty snack that you can feel good after eating. Who needs the post-game guilt?
Big Game Cheese Dip

Big Game Cheese Dip

Yep, you read that right—now you can have your cheese dip and eat it, too! This cheese dip is loaded with flavor but not in calories. With a salivating combination of green chiles, corn, red onion and cheddar cheese, your friends and family will be hooked! Just grab your favorite tortilla chips, baby carrots or cucumbers and dip away. Check out our Farm-Fresh Eats video to see how easy it is to make.
Creamy Pesto Stuffed Mushrooms

Creamy Pesto Stuffed Mushrooms

These stuffed mushrooms are like little bites of heaven. Better yet, they’re as easy to make as adding ingredients to a blender, stuffing the mushrooms and baking for 20 minutes—done! These will definitely be a touch-down at your game day celebration.

Pineapple Soy Glazed RibsPineapple Soy Glazed Ribs

A perfect combination of sweet, salty and savory. These pineapple soy glazed ribs might be messy but they are so delicious, you won’t even mind! Make sure you make a big batch because they will be going, going gone!

Grilled Buffalo CheeseburgersGrilled Buffalo Cheeseburgers

Who says burgers aren’t healthy? These lean, savory bison burgers are high in protein and rich in flavor. Be sure to top off your patty with an extra serving of fresh veggies.

Chili con CarneChili Con Carne

There’s nothing better than warming up with a nice bowl of chili—especially while watching the big game. This spicy chili is chock-full of beans and veggies. Serve with fluffy tortillas or warm cornbread.