With the Super Bowl a few weeks away, we start thinking of healthy-ish gameday recipes. From savory to sweet, here are our top 10 recipes for the big day that are centered on real food and wholesome ingredients. Each recipe has been friend-tested and approved; all are vegetarian, some vegan and gluten-free. We’d love to know your ideas! Let us know in the comments below.
Our number 1 favorite game day recipe are these loaded sweet potato rounds. Friends beg us to make them, and they’re gone in a flash. (Vegetarian, Gluten-Free)
Our new hummus flavor is made delicious with a simple addition: hot sauce. It’s creamy and tangy, and you can adjust the hot sauce to taste. (Vegetarian, Gluten-Free, Vegan)
Have you tried delicata squash? If not, please get on it now. This unique squash roasts quickly and doesn’t need to be peeled, which makes for easy prep. (Vegetarian, Gluten-Free)
One of our favorite recipes: roasted cauliflower covered in buffalo sauce. Pair it with a creamy, cooling blue cheese dip. (Vegetarian, Gluten-Free)
What’s not to love about sweet potato fries loaded with Mexican toppings? The spicy cumin lime “crema” is made with tahini, so it’s dairy free. (Vegetarian, Gluten-Free, Vegan)
This cool, creamy ranch dip is made with Greek yogurt, minced shallot, and real herbs: not a packet. And it’s even better than the packet.
Our newest dip is one friends go wild for. Funny enough, the main ingredients are green peas and cilantro — but even proclaimed “haters” loved it. Go figure! (Vegetarian, Gluten-Free, Vegan)
This spiced, flavorful chili features quinoa, which makes it thick and textured. It’s one of our favorite veggie chili variations. (Vegetarian, Gluten-Free, Vegan)
It’s amazing that with no dairy, this dip tastes just like queso! It’s a recipe from our friend Lindsay’s cookbook.
Last but not least, dark chocolate hummus. We’ve heard from many of you who’ve also loved this subtly sweet dip with fruit and pretzels.