Healthy Game Day Snacks

Happy Sunday! 

It’s been a busy week and we couldn’t be more grateful for day light savings! That extra hour is everything, especially on a Sunday! Our beloved Chiefs are playing (and hopefully beating the Cowboys) today so we are sharing a few of our favorite healthy recipes for game day! These are great for whether you’re tailgating or hosting a watch party. Everyone loves snacking but it’s even better when you don’t have to feel guilty about indulging. Below are 4 of our favorites, two of which we made today!  

 

  1. Pesto & Turkey Cucumber Roll Ups – We made these today and they are SO easy and SO good. Recipe from Ambitious Kitchen. We used pesto as well as red pepper hummus – see below for our finished product from today!  Screen Shot 2017-11-05 at 12.55.04 PMScreen Shot 2017-11-05 at 12.55.19 PM
  2. Taco Stuffed Mini Peppers – another GREAT party snack and crowd pleaser! Not to mention you can make a ton for very little $! Recipe from Bunsen Burner Bakery.
  3. Skinny Buffalo Chicken Dip – if you’re like us, you kind of roll your eyes at anything that has “skinny in the title because more often than not that means way less flavor, but trust us you will not be disappointed with this recipe from The Garlic Diaries!
  4. Apple Nachos – you know we had to include something sweet! These are super easy and fun and you won’t feel the least bit guilty about eating as much as you want. Today, we used the recipe from Trial & Eater.Screen Shot 2017-11-05 at 12.55.37 PM 

    Happy Eating! 

    XOXO,

    Ash & Maddie

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