Healthy Super Bowl Snacks

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Who’s excited for the Super Bowl this weekend?super bowl snack recipes

Even if you’re not into football, I’m pretty sure everyone can get behind sharing a tasty array of snacks with friends. The following recipes are some of my favorites to serve to company. They’re all dairy-free and gluten-free, and most importantly, they’re delicious!

1. Dairy-Free Queso Dip

dairy-free queso dip

This queso dip is always a hit with my friends and family– it tastes better than the version made with Velveeta! In fact, no one will guess that there’s no cheese or soy-substitutes in this warm, creamy dip. It disappears fast!

2. Spinach Artichoke Dip

spinach artichoke dip

This tasty dip gets its creaminess from ripe avocados instead of dairy. Featuring artichoke hearts, spinach and roasted red pepper, this veggie-based dip is bursting with flavor, and delicious enough to eat with a spoon!

3. Healthy Mexican Layer Dip

mexican layer tip

This dip is a classic for any game day! Featuring layers of beans, guacamole, salsa and a homemade “cheese” sauce, it’s sure to please a crowd.

4. Sweet Potato Queso

sweet potato queso

If you need to avoid nuts, this dairy-free queso is a great alternative to the cashew-based version I mentioned above. Plus, it’s properly combined when served with baked tortilla chips, so it’s even easier to digest!

5. Zucchini Hummus

zucchini hummus in a bowl with carrots on a plate

This hummus is bean-free, making it easier to digest and Paleo-friendly. It has all the flavors of traditional hummus, but packs an extra dose of vegetables with each bite!

6. Salted Caramel Dip

salted carmel dip in a bowl with apple slices next to the bowl

If you want something sweet at the table, this caramel dip is delicious with fresh fruit! I love the creaminess that cashews add to this recipe, but they can also be omitted for a nut-free option.

7. Vegan Nacho “Cheez Its”

vegan nacho cheez its in a bowl

These “cheesy” crackers were the result of a happy accident a few years ago. I tried to make a healthy Dorito-style chip, but they turned out more like Cheez-It crackers! Crisp and totally delicious.

8. Rosemary Sweet Potato Fries

rosemary sweet potato friesSweet potato fries are always a hit in our home, and adding fresh rosemary to the mix makes them taste even more gourmet! Since fries can get cold and soggy quickly, these are best served immediately from the oven with your favorite dip.

9. Almond Pulp Crackers

almond pulp crackers on a cutting boardThese crackers are quick and easy to prepare, using the pulp leftover from making almond milk. They are the perfect gluten-free option when you want to put out a cheese and cracker plate!

10. Double Chocolate Cookies

two double chocolate cookiesThese chocolate cookies are rich and chewy. They remind me of traditional Chocolate “Crinkle” cookies, just without the powdered sugar on top!

11. No-Bake Peanut Butter Cup Bars

no-bake peanut butter cup barsIf you love peanut butter and chocolate, you will LOVE these easy no-bake bars! They can be easily made with almond butter, sunflower butter, or coconut butter, if you prefer, too!

Whether you plan on watching the Super Bowl, or maybe just the commercials, I hope you and your friends enjoy these healthier snack options!

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Laura ~ Raise Your Garden

Although I want to try each and every recipe here in turn, for my Super Bowl party (in which yes, we are rooting for the commercials and maybe ever so slightly against Tom Brady?!) I want to start with the Spinach Artichoke Dip and the Healthy Mexican Layer Dip. So excited about those!!! And those Rosemary Sweet Potato Fries, my taste buds are going insane right now. I have always seasoned just regular potatoes with Rosemary, my favorite herb ever……..but never thought to put rosemary on a sweet potato before. Making those tonight. Cannot wait for the Super Bowl to munch on. Thanks for the inspiration as always.


Hi Megan! Have you ever thought about making baked goods and snacks from your kitchen and selling them/shipping to people? There are so many of your recipes where I always think “if only she could make them for me!” Just a thought 🙂


Great job


Haha, I completely agree with Maegen!


Awesome! Thanks for the roundup of munchies.

Susan grewing

Looking for your recipe! Tortilla cut into chips, dipped into melted butter. Seasoned, baked. Thank you

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